A Brief Introduction to the Bible
Part 1: Tuesday, 28th September 2021, 8pm - 9pm
Part 2: Tuesday, 5th October 2021, 8pm - 9pm
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The Biblical Apostolate and the RCIA @ the Church of Divine Mercy will present a two part lecture series via ZOOM on the basics of the Canon of the Bible, the book that has had arguably the most impact on Human history and civilization. The program is for all, especially for those who are new to the Christian faith and for the rest who have not had the opportunity or time to study the Bible in a systematic manner.
Part 1 – The Bible: Sources, Language, and Canon. What is the Bible to Christians?
This first part looks at the Bible as it was formed, the collection of books both in the Old and the New Testament and how the bible is a means for expressing religious truths.
Part 2 – Why we should read the Bible. Biblical Interpretation or How to read the Bible. What Next?
The bible being a source of divine revelation and an important aspect to our faith, this section covers the key reasons why we should have an intimate knowledge of the bible and learn the basics of interpreting the bible.
The final part provides information on some of the resources that can be utilized to help integrate the Bible into our lives.
About the Presenter - James Nichols is the Director of the Singapore Archdiocesan Biblical Apostolate, a post he has held since 2019. He has been an occasional presenter for his parish bible apostolate programs for over a decade and holds a Master of Arts (Catechetics and Evangelization) from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, Faculty of Theology. James is a long-term resident of Asia and Singapore and spent several years of his early life in the latter prior to its independence.
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