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Get a Grip
Submitted on 6th September 2011
Want to help your church get to grips with the whole Bible?
Want to tackle some of the Bible’s hot potato issues?
To get a grip on the Bible’s slipperiest stories and trickiest texts, Biblefresh is holding a series of events with inspiring teaching, expert input, panel Q&A and workshops.
ICC is helping people Get a Grip on
Friday 28th October 2011, from 10:30am - 4:00pm.
Designed to help church leaders at every level deal constructively with the difficult passages of Scripture, Get A Grip is a day of teaching, discussion and learning:
Head: Session 1
'Scripture- authoritative and relevant today?'
Prof Howard Marshall,
Emeritus Professor of New Testament Exegesis and
Honorary Research Professor, University of Aberdeen
Hands: Session 2
Panel discussion hosted by Elaine Duncan, CEO Scottish Bible Society, with Dr Wesley White, MTh Ministry in an Urban World Leader, Dr Iain Hepburn, Lecturer in Old Testament, Rev Fergus Buchanan, Minister St Paul’s Church, Milngavie, Dr John Dennis, Lecturer in New Testament
Heart: Session 3
'The Bible as public truth – addressing the world’s big issues'
Richard Tiplady, Principal
|'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Sex, racism and violence in the Old Testament'
Dr Iain Hepburn
|'The Exasperating Christ: The Hard Sayings of Jesus'
Dr Wesley White
|'Preaching from 1 Timothy: Women and Slaves'
Rev Fergus Buchanan
|'Much Ado About Nothing: Getting to Grips with Revelation'
Dr John Dennis
Download an event programme below.
Cost: £10, including lunch, refreshments and resource materials (for Friends of ICC the cost is £5)
To book your place at this event contact the college: 0141 552 4040, email@example.com
Where to find us:
Buchan Bus Station is 10 minutes walk from the college. The nearest railway stations are Queen Street (15 mins walk) and High Street (10 mins walk). Buchanan Street is the nearest Underground Station.
Buses 11, 12, 38, 42, 56 all come along Cathedral Street and stop just a few minutes walk from the college.