Do you have a desire to learn?
Why not try one of our 5-week evening classes?
Manchester Bible School aims to provide accessible courses equipping people with a deeper knowledge and practical applications of the Bible and theology in a context of fellowship. No previous academic qualifications are required – just a desire to learn. This is a great and affordable way to experience an introduction to further theological education.
The courses are suitable for Christians with a basic grounding in the faith, but who want to increase their knowledge of God’s Word to help them in their Christian lives and service. Some courses aim to introduce topics, while others will build on previous courses to deepen engagement with the topic.
Courses are offered on Monday evenings over two 5-week periods; one in the autumn, the other in the spring, from 7:30pm-9:30pm including a mid-session coffee break. They are held in the Emmanuel Centre here at NTC.
Spring Courses Start on March 4th, 2019
(March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, and April 1st)
Option 1: God’s Masterpiece. How your everyday work finds ultimate purpose and joy in Jesus Christ.
Tracing the Bible’s big themes of creation, fall, redemption and recreation we’ll explore how our faith in Jesus impacts work. Whether you’re just starting work or nearing retirement; paid or unpaid; permanent, part-time, freelance or shift based; successful or struggling… God’s good plan for work is for all of us.
Revd Peter Horlock is the Co-Director at Ministry 2 Business & Business Missioner in Manchester Diocese and Chaplain for Manchester City FC. www.ministry2business.co.uk
Option 2: Introduction to the Historical Books of the Old Testament
Through this course, you will have the opportunity to focus on the 12 books of the Bible known as the Historical Books. This course will look at over 600 years of Israel’s history and the lessons that helped to prepare God’s people for the coming of Jesus the Messiah. You will meet some fascinating characters such as Joshua, Esther, Jeremiah, Ruth, and Ezra who will illuminate the story of God’s people from the occupation of Canaan through the rise and fall of the northern and southern kingdoms, and the return and rebuilding of Jerusalem in the Persian period.
Jonathan Dawson is the pastor at Ford’s Lane Evangelical Church in Bramhall. With many years of experience working, teaching and preaching in church and community, Jonathan is passionate about the Word of God and helping to make this relevant and accessible for everyone.
Option 3: Atonement Studies: Unpacking the Many Victories Jesus Achieved on the Cross.
Why did Jesus have to die on the cross, why couldn’t he just preach and ascend into heaven and avoid this horrible death? Do we only need to focus on Jesus taking away our guilt, or is reconciliation, defeating Satan, and so on, just as important? Jesus’ sacrifice is so important and the foundation of the Christian faith, and by exploring such questions, it can allow
us to connect more with God and the many victories he won for us. This will also enable us to worship the Lord Jesus with more appreciation, and discuss it with others with increased confidence.
André Adefope grew up in London and is currently living in Manchester. He has over 15 years experience preaching and teaching, and has been part of many charities involved in evangelism, discipleship, and community transformation. He’s the author of Same Cross New Questions and The Dating Dilemma. He currently works for the Naked Truth Project.
Each course costs £30, or £20 for the unwaged.
Register online HERE
For enquiries, please contact:
MBS Secretary, Fiona Montague firstname.lastname@example.org
Nazarene Theological College email@example.com