Free Zoom Webinar: “Honor & Shame in Romans,” by Jackson Wu
Wednesday, April 15 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Since the Reformation, Christians have read Romans with an emphasis on individual forgiveness and justification. However, the motifs of honor and shame play a central role in Paul’s letter. Based on Jackson Wu’s latest book Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes, this free webinar explains how honor and shame shapes Paul’s message and mission.
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Miss the Patronage Webinar?
I was unable to record the webinar, but most of the resources I presented are available free at: http://honorshame.com/patronage/. Also, the audio recordings of many terrific conference presentations on patronage are available at: http://honorshame.com/patsym-presentations/.
Sorry to those who registered for the Patronage webinar, but could not join because it reached capacity. Since then, I have upgraded my Zoom account, from 100 to 500 attenders. Hopefully this won’t happen again. And so, feel free to share widely about this upcoming webinar “Honor and Shame in Romans.”