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A short course on the philosophy of Jesus

One of the icons lining the parvis at Ta’ Pinu, Għarb.

One of the icons lining the parvis at Ta’ Pinu, Għarb.

Mark Montebello will deliver a five-session course in Maltese organised by the Philosophy Sharing Foundation entitled Il-filosofija ta’ Ġesù every Monday from April 2 to 30 between 6.30 and 8pm at the Volunteer Centre, Melita Street, Valletta.

Although Jesus was not a philosopher, he certainly appears to have been a professional teacher with the mind of a thinker, with particular ideas on the world and proposals on how life should be lived. In fact, his way of thinking may be studied philosophically separately from his traditional religious persona.

This short course will explore what seems to have been the cultural and intellectual context in which Jesus lived, his thinking and teachings, particularly his anthropology, politics and ethics.

By the end of the course, participants should be able to better appreciate the consistency of Jesus’s thinking as well as its relevance in today’s world for individuals, communities and society in general.

The course Il-filosofija ta’ Ġesù will be held every Monday from April 2 to 30 between 6.30 and 8pm at the Volunteer Centre, Melita Street, Valletta. To book, e-mail philosophysharingmalta@gmail.com or call 9980 1203.

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