Kedoshim (holiness) begins with God telling Moses to address the whole Israelite community. Goldstein notes that unlike most of Leviticus which is filled with extensive instruction about ritual sacrifices for an exclusively … more
Dumangeng, Alma Bella (Philippines) – Bat Kol Alumna 2013
Alma Bella is a member of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and is currently an M.A. student of Missiology in the Philippines. She is also Diocesan Director for the Episcopal Commission for the Biblical Apostolate in Baguio City.
Kuster Goncalves, Carolina (Brazil) – Bat Kol Alumna 2013
She received a teaching certificate in 1990 and a Social Communication degree in the year 2000. Currently, she is employed as a 4th Grade teacher at Colegio Nossa Senhora de Sion in Brazil.
Marble, Kristen (USA) – Bat Kol Alumna 2013
A pastor, speaker, writer and teacher from Kansas in the USA, she is currently completing her M.Div. at George Fox Seminary in Portland, OR and will be pursuing a Ph.D. in Jewish-Christian Relations beginning in fall 2014. Kristen is the mother of ten children including adoptees from Ukraine, Haiti and Russia.
Putnam, Gillian (UK) – Bat Kol Alumna 2013
Gillian earned a Diploma of Higher Education in Applied Theology (2003) and she is a tutor accredited by Acorn Christian Healing Foundation in the UK. As an Anglican Priest she has ministered as Lead Chaplain and Trustee of an ecumenical town centre chaplaincy and as an Associate Priest in two churches (volunteer).
Strelov, Vladimir (Russia) – Bat Kol Alumnus 2013
He earned his M.A. in 2011. He is Chief Editor of www.predanie.ru and Rector of the “Nasledie” Biblical College.
Teles de Meneses, Videlson (Brazil) – Bat Kol Alumnus 2013
Videlson has a B.A. in Theology at FAJE, Brazil; M.A. in Biblical Theology at FAJE. Currently he is a teacher of biblical studies at the seminary of the Aracaju diocese and he is available for retreats, speeches and theological courses for groups.
Carvalho, Carlos (Canada) – Bat Kol Alumnus 2013
Carlos has a B.Sc. (Brazil) and a B.Sc. Mathematics (Canada). He has retired from 32 years as an Information System Specialist Volunteer. He attended a Bat Kol course in Winnipeg Canada in 2008 as well as a 3-year lay formation program of the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface (“Nathanael”).
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