2030 Stadium Dr
Bozeman, MT 59715
How do we begin to navigate such a dense, strange text as Leviticus? What are we to make of the very detailed rules on holy living, bodily fluids, and priestly practices? In this four-day course, we will delve into this difficult, but also theologically rich text in order to grow in confidence and appreciation of what might be the most elusive and avoided book of the Bible. We will explore Leviticus as literature, history, guide for practical living, and theology, uncovering a rich tapestry of theological ideas that continue to hold value for us today. Join us as we learn to love Leviticus!
All are welcome to attend these opportunities for education, community connection, and personal growth—free of charge.
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Dr. Rachel Toombs (Ph.D., Baylor University) is professor of theology and Old Testament. Her research interests intersect theology, biblical studies, and literature with a specific interest in Flannery O’Connor, philosophical hermeneutics/theological interpretation, and how reading shapes our theological imagination.