Lectionary@Lunch Live in the Spring

LALPThis Spring, starting on March 10, Prof. Bill Carr will take over for Prof. Tom Egger and host the weekly live-stream video chat of Lectionary at Lunch Live. He will continue to cover the Old Testament lessons through Lent, then jump to the Old Testament lessons during Pentecost. (The Easter lessons are taken from the Acts of the Apostles, so this will give preachers a head-start when Old Testament readings resume with the Pentecost season.)

The weekly video chat will take place at the same time and place: Tuesdays from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm (central time), at www.csl.edu/live. Participants can submit questions and comments about the text to Prof. Carr in real time. Simply type into the “say something” text box to the right of the video, and log in with your Facebook account to use the chat feature. If you would like to submit questions to Prof. Carr prior to the video chat, email him at carrw@csl.edu.

As was the case in the Winter quarter, we will record each session and make it available as a video podcast for anytime viewing.

The schedule will be as follows:

March 10
March 17
March 24
March 31
April 7
April 14
April 21
April 28
May 5
May 12
May 19
Jer 31:31-34
Zech 9:9-12
Is 25:6-9
Ezek 37:1-14
Is 6:1-8
Gen 3:8-15
Ezek 17:22-24
Job 38:1-11
Lam 3:22-33
Ezek 2:1-5
Amos 7:7-15
For Lent 5 (Mar 22)
For Palm Sunday (Mar 29)
For Easter (Apr 5)
For Pentecost (May 24)
For Trinity (May 31)
For Proper 5/Pent 2 (Jun 7)
For Proper 6/Pent 3 (Jun 14)
For Proper 7/Pent 4 (Jun 21)
For Proper 8/Pent 5 (Jun 28)
For Proper 9/Pent 6 (Jul 5)
For Proper 10/Pent 7 (Jul 12)

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1 Comment

  1. Kim Bode February 24, 2015
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    These Lectionary at Lunch segments are fantastic. What a joy and a boon to studying!! Keep them coming. It is also so great to be able to open a webpage, and not wait 60 seconds for all the advertisements to be loaded. God bless you folks for this labor. It is a lot of work

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