Ever been asked a question about your Christian faith and had no idea how to respond, or even where to start looking for answers?
More sets out to equip Christians to know and understand what they believe by looking at a range of essential theological issues, especially some of those that are currently being seriously thought through in the wider evangelical and charismatic world. In-depth bible studies on a Wednesday evening, 7.30pm - 9.30pm once a month at... **NEW VENUE FOR 2013** ... the church offices.
- To deal with issues at a serious, thoughtful and perhaps provocative theological level
- To equip us all to think with deeper understanding about what we believe, and to enable us to teach and communicate biblical truth, and live in a way that conforms to scripture
- To confront us with at least some of the questions we ask ourselves, or others ask us
We set scripture as the authority by which truth is judged. Our aim is to equip each other to think biblically and to be able to help other believers to do so too.
Syllabus - 2013
30 January The doctrine of the Church: Biblical pictures of the Church; why is the Church important? The Church local, worldwide and glorified.
27 February Baptism and breaking of bread; Fellowship. The church and the world; issues of cultural relevance; mission; God’s plan and our place
27 March OT Theology; why are the law and prophets important? The sacrificial system the role of prophets in Israel; the OT and Christ
24 April Studies in Romans. Historical background and the date and purpose of the epistle. Overview of chapters 1 – 8.
22 May Studies in Romans. Chapters 9 – 11 not a parenthesis; their importance to the Epistle and to Paul’s theology. Practical issues and Paul’s relationships in Rome.
Please note - more is free but registration is required. Please complete the form to the left if you would like to come.