|Can We Trust the Bible?1. The Bible – An Authentic Book Most people who read the Bible overlook the fact that it was largely written by eyewitnesses and that there are many indicators of the Bible as an authentic description of the events it records.
2. A Tale of Two Empires A look at the story of two of the most powerful empires of the Ancient Near East and how the evidence from the ground fits perfectly with the biblical record. An exciting journey in company with the kings of Israel and Judah, seven centuries before Christ was born.
3. Why 66? The formation of the canon of Scripture. Is the Bible, as Richard Dawkins asserts, nothing more than a “chaotically cobbled-together anthology of disjointed documents, composed, revised, translated, distorted and ‘improved’ by hundreds of anonymous authors, editors and copyists”? The reality is very different.
|The Lineage and Legacy of the 1611 Authorised Version
The Principal, Rev John Brand gave a lecture at the 2011 Faith Mission Convention in Edinburgh on the 400th anniversary of the publication of the Authorised (King James) Version of the Bible.
|The ‘Really Useful’ Seminar on Spiritual FormationDr John Coe, Director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation and Professor of Spiritual Theology and Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology and Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology, Biola University, USA, spoke at a seminar at the College in July 2011. The Seminar was particularly aimed at those in Christian ministry as well as those training future leaders.
The speaker at the 2011 Graduation service was Peter Maiden, International Director of OM International. You can download an mp3 of the recording of the service here.
|Preaching that Instructs and Rebukes
At the first ‘Really Useful Bible Conference’, in February 2011, Dr Bruce Ware, Author and Professor of Christian Theology at Southern Baptist Seminary, USA brought a series of stimulating messages which can be downloaded
|Archbishop Henry Orombi: Contending for the Faith
Rt Rev Henry Orombi, Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, is an outspoken evangelical and a defender of biblical faith and truth. He is a prominent member of GAFCON, Global Anglican Future Conference. We had the privilege of a visit from the Archbishop in April 2010, when hespoke about the work of the Church in Uganda and brought a challenge from God’s Word.Download Part 1 Part 2