A Dynamic Understanding of Jesus
This past year, John Camardella took a sabbatical from teaching to complete a graduate degree in religion at Harvard Divinity School. As part of his research, he traveled to Israel and Palestine with the biblical archaeology program and partnered with the Israeli Antiquities Authority to excavate a recently discovered site in Galilee.
Join us for this exciting presentation where we will dig into the archaeological process and unearth the diverse ways Jesus is understood in light of archaeological findings.
Wednesday, January 18 at 7:00 p.m.
St. James Church
831 N. Arlington Heights Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL
Questions? Kathy Squared at kk–email@example.com
John Camardella teaches two world religion senior elective courses at Prospect High School, where his students earn dual credit through Eastern Illinois University. This designation is a first for public schools in the United States and allows students to earn three undergraduate credits upon graduation. John also works as an Education Fellow at Harvard Divinity School, where he trains public school administrators and educators to adopt a more sound approach to teaching about religion.Tags: #jesus, #johncamardella, #stjamesparish, #understandingjesus