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Eight "Continuing Seminars" were held at this year's Annual Meeting of the CBA.

The following are the leaders and topics presented:

 
Dianne Bergant, C.S.A., Catholic Theological Union

“The Bible and Ecology”

 
John J. Clabeaux, Blessed John XIII National Seminary,
and Richard Lux, Lux Center for Catholic/Jewish Studies at Sacred Heart School of Theology

“Biblical Issues in Jewish-Christian Relations: The Figure of Wisdom in Sirach and The Jewish Annotated New Testament

 
Jeremy Corley, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth,
and Vincent Skemp, College of St. Catherine

“The Deuterocanonical Books: Current Approaches”

 
John. J. McLaughlin, University of St. Michael’s College

“Divinity in Ancient Israel”

 
Séamus G. O’Connell, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth,
and Brigid Curtin Frein, University of Scranton

“The Synoptic Gospels: Texts and Contexts”

 
Robert O’Toole, S.J., Gregorian University Foundation,
and Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

“God in First Corinthians”

 
Peter S. Williamson, Sacred Heart Major Seminary,
and Michael J. Byrnes, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit

Verbum Domini and the New Evangelization”

 
Joseph F. Wimmer, O.S.A., Washington Theological Union,
and Joseph E. Jensen, Trinity College

“Hebrew Poetry Seminar on Psalms 132-135”
 


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