This track of SoCM classes on Biblical Theology will take us through a two-year learning journey, where all participants will be encouraged to read through the entire Bible. We will begin with the NT for the first year and then read the OT in the second year through the lens of Jesus as the fulfilling Messiah of the nation of Israel. At the end of the course, all participants should be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:
- Develop skills to read, interpret and apply the Bible
- Gain an overall understanding of the primary message from each book of the Bible
- Trace and connect major doctrinal developments (e.g., the Gospel) within the historical flow of the text from OT to NT.
Sunday Adult Classe are held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month by zoom starting at 2pm. The link will be sent by ORPC's Whatapp Broadcast
The 4 Gospels
|The Gospel of John
The purpose of John's gospel is clearly stated in 20:30-31 in that John presents specific signs - significant displays of power that point to Jesus as the Son of God. So, if we percive Jesus with the eyes of faith, we can see deeper spiritual realities concerning is identity and the eternal life which he offers.
25 Oct - Part 1 & 8 Nov - Part 2
|27 Sep &11 Oct||
The Gospel of Luke
|13 Sep||The Gospel of Mark
Mark’s gospel—presumably, the first in chronological order—focuses on the identity Jesus Christ.
|16 & 23 Aug|
Bible Interpretation and Application
Introduction to Biblical Theology