We have a public Bible Hour every Sunday. The plan for the next few weeks looks like this, God Willing:
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?
10th November, 6pm:
“The Bible’s answer to natural disasters”
We hear about earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes in the news all the time. In fact, they seem to be getting more and more devastating. What does the Bible say about how these events are to be seen?
17th November, 6pm:
“Why good people do bad things: the Bible’s answer”
Does the Bible have an explanation for the way humans are always making mistakes, and doing things they later regret? Is this part of who we are, and is there a solution?
24th November, 6pm:
“The sea reminds me of God”
This is a family talk, aimed especially at children.
1st December, 2:30pm:
“The Gospel according to Paul”
What did the Apostle Paul teach about the Gospel message, and which parts did he think were important?
8th December, 6pm
A clear and helpful guide to an aspect of what the Bible teaches.
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?)