On Life and Death: The Hidden Teachings of the Aramaic Jesus

October 1 Sunday Service at 10:00 AM

Onsite, or on Facebook or Zoom

To join via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/GOSPELinsights

Our October 1st Sunday Service will feature renowned religious scholar, Neil Douglas-Klotz, as our guest speaker. Dr. Klotz will join us via Zoom from his home in Edinburgh to talk about his new book, Revelations of the Aramaic Jesus, which collects his 40 years of work on the radically inclusive and holistic vision offered by the words and example of Jesus as seen through Jesus’ native Aramaic language. 

By approaching Jesus’ recorded words and teachings through his native language, Klotz sheds new light on the Gospel, answering questions clearly and consistently, even if unexpectedly, no matter which Gospel you have in your hands. It provides insight into ways that Jesus’ deepest teachings address contemporary challenges, such as our relationships with nature and each other, as well as the purpose of life itself. 

Dr. Klotz will share how understanding Jesus’ teachings as they were spoken in his native language can serve as a guide to living an authentic interior life without dogma and on a spiritual path that makes you more comfortable in your own life, providing a sense of meaning and purpose.

Dr. Klotz will be available after the service to answer questions from in-person and online attendees.

If you are interested in this event but cannot attend, register for the Zoom link. A recording of Dr. Douglas-Klotz’s sermon will be emailed to everyone who registered after the event.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see and hear this remarkable spiritual scholar open a world of deeper meaning around the teachings of Jesus.

About Neil Douglas Klotz, Ph.D. 

Neil Douglas-Klotz, Ph.D. is a teacher, scholar, author, and musician, specializing in the native traditions and the translation and interpretation of the ancient Semitic languages of the Middle East—Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic. His scholarship connects religious studies and psychology. He’s past chair of the Mysticism Group of the American Academy of Religion and is active in various international conferences dedicated to peace and spirituality. For more than 40 years he has followed the Sufi path and was a student of the Sufi Murshid Moineddin Jablonski (d.2001 and serves on the advisory board of the International Association of Sufism.