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Using Music and Theology as Interpretation

Event — 6th April 2021

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.

Using Music and Theology as Interpretation

This course will enable participants to deepen their understanding of God, Scripture, and life by exploring and engaging with specific themes found within music of Black origin, theology, and the Bible.

Using these three methods of interpretation the course will explore how we might hear God’s voice as we interpret the social, political, economic and religious themes often expressed through music of Black origin.

Course delivery will be either through videoconferencing* or in person

Costs: Full Price £35 / Concessions** £25

*We are unable to provide recordings of MBS sessions but will circulate any presentations or handouts that our guest speakers make available

**Concessions include: Students 16+ (NTC students free registration); people with a disability; unemployed; retired.

Lecturer: David Whyte

David is based in the West Midlands and brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge from his leadership in a range of ministries, teaching and public speaking. David is a pastor and educator and is currently serving as the Director of Youth for the British Isles Wesleyan Holiness Church.

Dates & Times 7:30-9:30pm: Monday June 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th and July 5th.

Nazarene Pastors Life Long Learning Code: 30750

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