Wednesdays at 6:15 a.m. (Fellowship Hall East)
& 6:30 p.m. (Fireplace Room)
BEGINS SEPTEMBER 11
The Bible is the relevant and genuine Word of our one true God. Our confidence and trust affect not only our view of the Bible, but its acceptance by those we talk with about it. This fall we will look at the history of the Bible, the doctrine of its authority, and reasons for belief in it. We will also look at how it has been defended from the Apostles, through the church Fathers, the Reformation, and modern times.
Our dependence on, and view on the authority of, the Bible is also directly related to how we read it. So we will look at a suggested method of Bible study that can help us cement our confidence in it. We will then look at 1 Peter and apply these principles.