In the Beginning: Selections from Genesis and Exodus  


Genesis and Exodus together comprise the foundational mythology and legend of Western culture. Our seven sessions together will focus on five stories from those two Biblical books that help establish the themes of birth, death, and rebirth reprised again and again throughout the Old and New Testaments and, indeed, in virtually all religions and cultures. The course is meant for the religious and non-religious alike, as the essential question raised is universal: Is death the end or does it lead to new life? 



Any edition of the Bible. The instructor will be using the New Revised Standard Edition.

About the Instructor

Frank Strasburger, a retired Episcopal priest, spent much of his active vocational life in campus ministry. As a Jew by birth, he is acutely aware of the religious and cultural pluralism in which we live and enjoys being in conversation with those of many faiths as well as those of none.





Frank Strasburger


9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
7-week course begins 9/9




Class meets at UMA Brunswick Center, Orion Hall, 23 Sewall St., Brunswick (Brunswick Landing), Room 101