Christianity is a revealed religion and the Bible is God’s revelation to mankind. Without it we would have little knowledge of who God is, what he is like, or how we can come to know him.
The Bible makes some remarkable claims for itself.
- It tells us that the Lord has a very special regard for the person who has a special regard for his Word (Psalm 1; Isaiah 66:2cp Psalm 119:120)
- God’s eternal purposes in the world throughout its history are accomplished by his Word (Isaiah 55:11)
- The world and all that is in the world will disappear, but the Word of the Lord will remain forever (Isaiah 40:8; Matthew 5:18; 1 Peter 1:23-25)
It is important, therefore, that we have the right attitude towards the Bible and know as much about it as we possibly can.
- where did it come from?
- when and how was it written?
- how did it come to be in its present form?
- how do we know that the content has been reliably transmitted to us?
Held over zoom, you don’t even need to leave home to benefit from this course! And because all sessions are recorded, if the live teaching time doesn’t suit you, registered students can access and watch them at a convenient time of their own choosing.
There are two ways to get involved:
- You can audit the course – simply taking part, enjoying the teaching and online fellowship, and benefitting from lots of notes and materials
- you can submit assessments – completing an assignment for marking and gaining EBC study credits
The course starts on Tuesday 4th October 2022 and runs from 2.00 – 4.00pm each Tuesday afternoon during College term time. Specific dates will be provided.
The cost is:
- auditing option: £126 (18 hours of teaching @ £7 per hour)
- assessments option: £180 (18 hours @ £10 per hour)
Please note that fees must be paid in advance. Registration is essential and can be done here.
If you have any questions or want more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download a Module Description: here
Course Tutor: Rev Dr David Greenaway DipTh, BD (Hons), PhD
David comes from Northern Ireland where he was born into a Christian home. After completing his A Levels he went to work in the East End of London with one-parent families and alcoholic vagrants. On returning to Ulster he joined what has since become the Royal Irish Regiment of the British Army. He married Pearl and enjoyed a glorious year in European Bible Institute, near Paris. On their return to his home country he entered the Irish Baptist College and Queen’s University, Belfast. Philip, their son, was also born.Then, after successfully completing his course, he came to Scotland in 1987, becoming responsible for the Pastorate in Glenburn, Paisley, February 1988. He served the Lord there until 1994 when he became Pastor of the Baptist churches in Girvan and Maybole, Ayrshire. In 1999 the Lord led him to the Pastorate of Pathhead Baptist Church in Kirkcaldy, Fife. During this time he also continued further University post-graduate studies. He has had the privilege of preaching the Word of God throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Romania, United States, Nigeria and Israel. Currently, he also serves as Chaplain to the local Squadron of the Air Training Corps.His emphasis throughout his ministry is to be faithful to the preaching of God’s Word, the upbuilding and teaching of the saints, and the salvation of precious souls.