While this seminar is part of a series, we invite you to join us even if you missed the previous seminars
Sometimes to understand who Jesus is, you need to look at who Jesus affected 2000 years ago.
Peter was one of Jesus’ Apostles, and knowing and working with Jesus, changed his life, and he changed the lives of others through his work in the beginning of the Christian Church.
Join us for 4 weeks as Paul Barnett takes us through a journey through Peter’s life, and understand his sermons and letters in the Bible.
About Paul Barnett
Previously the Anglican Bishop of North Sydney (1990-2001), Paul Barnett is a Fellow in Ancient History at Macquarie University, Teaching Fellow at Regent College, Vancouver, and Emeritus Faculty member at Moore College, Sydney.
As well as being the Series Editor for the popular Bible Commentary series, Reading the Bible Today, he has penned other books including Is the New Testament History?, Messiah: Jesus – The Evidence of History, Paul: A Pastor’s Heart in Second Corinthians, and The Importance of Peter in Earliest Christianity.
He is a prominent historical writer on the rise of Christianity and the historical Jesus.
Outside of writing, he enjoys Gardening and is a keen follower of Sport.
(Biography adapted from Youthworks. Image is “The Repentant St. Peter”, El Greco)