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Professional Presentation
Learn to read the Bible for yourself seminar

If you find reading the Bible difficult or frustrating at times, then this course is for you. Eight concise and informative sessions are delivered in a friendly, comfortable environment. They aim to equip you with the skills required to understand Bible teaching for yourself and benefit from a new appreciation of the book. Whether you are already familiar with the Bible or are new to reading it, this course will provide you with plenty of information and the desire to begin reading more effectively.

The next seminar will run at Henley Town Hall, Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2AQ, on Mondays at 7.30pm
from 11 September to 6 November 2023 (eight weeks).

Register now.

Or you can call Wendy on 07909 389532.

Thank you for registering. We'll see you there!

Things you will learn

  • Who wrote the Bible - where it came from.

  • How to remove the "mystery" which many religions cast about the Bible.

  • How to use cross-references.

  • How to learn in less time with more effective study tools.

  • How to get past the difficult language sometimes used in the Bible.

  • An overview of each book of the Bible in a concise, easy to understand manner.

  • History and chronology (the order of events) in the Bible.

  • Tips for letting the Bible interpret itself.

  • How to read carefully (for example, Adam and Eve didn't eat an apple).

  • When an understanding of Hebrew and Greek can help and why it isn't essential to Bible understanding.

  • What the title 'Christ' means, plus plenty of other definitions to make Bible reading easier.

  • How science is reconciled with the scriptures.

  • What happens after death.

  • Why quoting a single scripture is dangerous (how to keep passages in context).

  • Why the Jews are so important in the Bible.

  • Why so many interpretations of the Bible developed.

  • Why there are four gospel accounts.

  • When and how to gain an understanding of the Book of Revelation.

  • Why God allows so much suffering and wickedness in the world.

  • What the differences are between Bible versions. How to choose the best version for yourself.

  • Why there are Old and New Testaments.

  • How the Bible deals with the question: "Is man good or evil?"

  • How to use a concordance and a lexicon.

  • A simple Bible reading plan to get you through the Bible in a year.

What if every one there knows more than I do?

The classes are run in such a way as to make everyone feel comfortable. No-one is ever put "on the spot". Teaching sessions assume hardly any previous Bible knowledge.

Why are you doing this?

The Bible is scarcely read in today’s fast-paced society. Our faith and belief in God propels us to expound his message and truth. We believe that the Bible teaches us what is right and good 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 would listen the wonderful plan God has for the earth.

Who will be paying for the evening classes?

An extremely important question, as very few things today are free. All expenses are being absorbed by the Christadelphians in the area. No financial expectations will ever be expressed to you, now or in the future.

Will I be asked to be "saved" or "join" the Christadelphians at the end of the evening classes?

No! You will not be pressured during or at the completion of the classes. Our hope is that the classes will encourage you to draw your own conclusions about God and His plan. These classes will equip you with the necessary tools to make your own decisions about what you have learned.

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