We have a public Bible Hour every Sunday. The plan for the next few weeks looks like this, God Willing:
29th September, 6pm:
“The Trinity: An Unscriptural Concept”
Most people have heard of the Trinity, but where does the idea itself actually come from? Is it from the Bible text, or from somewhere else? And what does the Bible really teach about the relationship between God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit?
6th October, 2:30pm:
“Signs of Christ’s return to the earth”
The Bible teaches that the Lord Jesus Christ is coming back to the earth to reign as a king from Jerusalem. But when is this likely to happen? Although we are not given the date, the Bible tells us to watch for certain signs. Come and hear what they are, and how many have happened already.
13th October, 6pm:
“The crisis of materialism”
We would all recognise that we live in a materialistic world. What does the Bible say about the best way to live in this world, and the traps to avoid falling into?
20th October, 6pm:
“The Bible and Modern Morality”
The Bible may be an ancient book, but it has a surprising amount to say about our 21st century moral maze. Is its advice useful and relevant to us or not? And how can it be so certain that some things are right and some are wrong?
27th October, 6pm:
A clear and helpful guide to an aspect of what the Bible teaches.
3rd November, 2:30pm
“The Canon of Scripture”
Who decided which writings would form the Bible as we know it? What was left out, and why? And how can be certain that the right things were selected?
These Bible hours are all friendly evenings in which a Bible subject is presented in a straightforward way. Each week there is a different subject and a different presenter. (Why?)