‘FROM MALACHI TO MATTHEW: THE APOCRYPHA AS HISTORY AND LITERATURE’ DAY OF REFLECTION TAKES PLACE AT ST ENDELLION HALL ON SATURDAY 17 FEBRUARY 2024 BETWEEN 10AM AND 3PM. ENJOY A RELAXING EXPERIENCE…
The historical value of the ‘Bible’ may be hotly disputed in today’s academic world but whatever your take is on the holy book, it is nevertheless full of fascinating stories. And it makes for a great focus tool during a relaxing day of reflection.
Join the prebendary of St Endellion, Andrew Lewis, as he leads a reflective day at St Endellion Hall in the village near Port Isaac on Saturday 17 February 2024 between 10am and 3pm.
This is actually a continuation of Lewis’ series of reflective days that look at the historical background of the ‘Bible’. As the title suggests, 17 February will focus on ‘Malachi to Matthew’.
Tea and coffee is, of course, provided but participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch. Tickets are £10 each. And, on reflection, that’s a pretty decent price for five hours of learning and thinking about one of the holiest books in the world.