Reading the Bible

READING THE BIBLE
The Bible. God's Word. The Holy Scriptures. The Word of the Lord. The Bible has been, for a very long time, the most popular book in the world and the most important book for Christians. Yet, having been composed thousands of years ago in different ancient cultures and languages, it can feel very strange and distant. Join us in the Church Centre when possible (2.5 G required) or online for a new educational series on reading the Bible. We'll be gathering about one Saturday morning per month to discuss the tools for reading the Bible well, informed by both the academy and Anglican tradition. Each session begins at 10am and will be approximately 60-90 minutes in length.

Schedule:
November 27: Introduction to the Bible: The Origin(s) of the Bible
December 18: How to Study the Bible #1: Overview
January 22: How to Study the Bible #2: Context
February 26: How to Study the Bible #3: Structure
March 19: How to Study the Bible #4: Melodic Line
April 16: How to Study the Bible #5: Gospel 1
*May 28: How to Study the Bible #6: Gospel 2
*June 25: How to Study the Bible #7: Rhetoric and Persuasion

*To be confirmed.
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If you missed a session, you might find a video from it here.
Part 1: The Origin(s) of the Bible
Part 1: The Origin(s) of the Bible
This is the first part of our course on Reading the Bible. In it, we ask the question of how we got the Bible we have today.
Part 2: An Overview for Study Part 2: An Overview for Study
In this second part, we look at the significance of getting the Bible right and we briefly explore and overview process for studying it.