If you have ever struggled to answer some of the difficult questions about the Bible or to interpret verses in the context of the whole book, or you simply want to ask questions, then the Down and Dromore Bible Course may be for you.
The course sets out, over 6 terms, the background and key themes of the Old and New Testaments, the formation of the early church and the important doctrines that define our faith. It is for Christians of any age or background and each week the teaching is supplemented with bible study, discussion and questions.
The course will run from this autumn and we would love you to apply!
What will I learn?
The course has 6 modules of 7 sessions each and takes place over two years. A full outline of the modules is shown following.
Tuesday evenings from 7:30pm – 9:30pm in Church House, Belfast
How will I be learning?
Each evening will consist of a teaching session, tea break, bible study, discussion and questions. Students will receive a full course book for each year.
Is there assessment?
Three basic assessments are required, one for each term, a worksheet, project and short assignment at the end of the year.
Do I have to complete both years?
No, candidates apply year at a time. Those that complete both years will be awarded a Bible Certificate from the diocese.
The course is a subsidised £60 per year, including course materials.
Who is it for?
Anyone that wants to learn! No previous background in Bible or academic study is needed. Spaces are limited to 20 people and some places have already been taken.
Classes begin on Tuesday 16 October and the closing date for applications is Friday 12 October 2018.
For further information or to apply please contact Andrew Brannigan by email at: email@example.com or by phone at: 07950 846621