• 7 Week Seminar
    LEARN
    TO READ THE BIBLE.
 

Introduction

Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!
Psalms 34:8

The Bible is an amazing book. Consistently the Top #1 Best Seller in the world, it is made up of many accounts of lives and journeys that still impact us today. Written by over 30 different authors, it is made of 66 individual smaller books. Its authorship is spread out across more than 1000 years, recording past events and also telling of the future. It tells of times to come that, with study, we can understand for ourselves, get involved in, and be excited about.

Do you want to crack the supposedly complicated code of the Bible? Do you want to know for yourself what the Bible says? Are you a skeptic or simply have questions that need answers? Does it confound you that people still believe in an “outdated” book and wonder what good it is to still read it today?

These seminars are carefully designed to help you get started! We are offering 7 concise and informative sessions delivered in an open, neutral setting to start you on your journey of understanding the whole Bible for yourself. With these classes, we offer an opportunity to open a book that can be intimidating, ask questions, and develop a foundation for further personal Bible study.

The classes will be guided by lifelong Bible students who have spent 50+ years combined studying the pages of this ancient book from the angles of science, history, spirituality, prophecy, and archeology. If you attend, you can expect to receive the knowledge and support you need to get the most out of the Bible, no matter what level of understanding you are starting with. We look forward to studying with you!

Fairfield Inn and Suites
Kenmount Road
St. John's, Newfoundland
Sundays, February 7 - March 20
2:30 - 4:30 pm

Reasons to Attend

This course is a great introduction to a book that has drastically affected the history of the western world.

  • You will be encouraged to open up the Bible and examine it for yourself.
  • Get the tools and support you need to understand the Bible.
  • Where better to learn about the Bible, than from a community that reads and studies it on a regular basis?

  • Take advantage of this opportunity to see what the Christadelphians are about in a neutral and friendly setting.
  • You are under no obligation to complete the seminars and can quit at any time. However, let us know if you do not wish to be contacted again: we don’t believe in spamming people.
  • Bottom line: It’s FREE, so what’s to lose?

Questions

  • Do I need to buy a Bible before I attend?

    No. To maintain a level of consistency throughout the seminars, we will be giving out free NKJV Bibles to all registrants. However, if you already have your own Bible, you are welcome to bring it as well.

  • Why are you doing this?

    Scarcely is the Bible read in today's fast-paced lifestyles. Our faith and belief in God propels us to expound His message and Truth. We believe the Bible and what it teaches is right and good in directing our lives and families. In Christ's day, the apostles spread the Gospel message and the commandments of God. We also feel compelled to make known to all who will listen to the wonderful plan God has revealed in His Word.

  • What if everyone knows more than I do?

    As this is an introductory course, the material is designed for people who know little to nothing about the Bible. We really do want you to get the most out of your Bible reading experience, and we will try to cater to everyone's level of understanding. We will not put you on the spot and force you to answer questions you are not comfortable with.

  • Will I be asked to be “saved” or “join” the Christadelphians at the end of the seminars?

    No! We are not interested in flippant conversions to our faith. The Christadelphian community has always emphasized individual conviction and proper understanding as pre-requisites to joining the faith.

  • Who is paying for the seminars?

    All expenses are being absorbed by the Christadelphians in this area. No financial expectations will ever be expressed to you, now or in the future.

Seminar Outline

    • Feb 7
    • Session 1: Introduction to the Bible

      Session 2: Finding Your Way around the Bible Part 1

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM
    •      
    • Feb 14
    • Session 1: The Creation

      Session 2: Finding your way around the Bible Part2

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM
    • Feb 21
    • Session 1: The first two people

      Session 2: From Cain to Babel

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM
    • Feb 28
    • Session 1: The Man Abraham

      Session 2: Issac, Esau and Jacob

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM
    • Mar 6
    • Session 1: Joseph

      Session 2: Finding your way around the bible part 3

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM
    • Mar 13
    • Session 1: Introducing Moses

      Session 2: The Creation of a Kingdom

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM
    • Mar 20
    • Session 1: The Law of Moses

      Session 2: Conclusion and introduction to next series

      Time:
      2:30 – 4:30 PM

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