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NTC Online: Church History
Online
£50

One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a…

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One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a relic of the distant past and therefore easily discarded. After all, what could a two thousand year old faith have to say to us in the twenty-first century?

This class seeks to address this question. In short, what could a two thousand year old faith have to say to us? A lot! For those of us who are a part of the Christian Church, our history is not something to be discarded as foreign, or cut-off from our time. No, church history is a recognition that all that the Church is today, has been informed, shaped, and influenced by what has gone before. So, to investigate church history is to dig the depths of who we are, and as we do, it is my hope that we come to a better understanding of what it means to be faithful to Jesus in our own day.

NTC Online: Reading the Bible
Online
£50

Welcome to NTC online: Reading the Bible This short course paves the road for you to engage with confidence and curiosity with…

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Welcome to NTC online: Reading the Bible

This short course paves the road for you to engage with confidence and curiosity with this quest of interpretation. It is not a series of lectures about the Bible, but rather it is about learning to read the Bible, on your own, with others, and with Christ. The format of this course is personal and practical, makes space for reflection, and opens up a whole new world of discovery both for long-term Bible readers and for those who have just started.

The 2021 Drysdale Lecture
Mon May 10 2021 19:30
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Videoconference
Free

Celebrating the 100th year Anniversary of Emmanuel Bible College    Challenging Mission, changing models: a missional conversation led by…

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Celebrating the 100th year Anniversary of Emmanuel Bible College   

Challenging Mission, changing models: a missional conversation led by practitioners.

A Zoom forum of missionaries past, present and future, to contribute to a discussion on ‘The changing models of missionary work: a missional conversation in the light of the 100th year Anniversary of Emmanuel Bible College’

Date and Times: Monday 10th May 2021, 7.30pm – 9pm

Location: Videoconference (login details will be sent to you upon registration)

Hosted by: Julie Lunn and Peter Rae

The panel will include:

  • Davide Cantarella
  • Tanya Cantarella
  • Sandro Laifi
  • David McCulloch
  • Cosmas Mutowa
  • Mi Ja Wi

The Church of the Nazarene lifelong learning code is: 87589

Undergraduate Open Evening
Tue May 11 2021 20:00
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Videoconference
Free

As you prepare to study with NTC or are thinking about studying with us we are sure that…

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As you prepare to study with NTC or are thinking about studying with us we are sure that you will have many questions to ask. On the 16 March, 8:00pm, we will be hosting a live Q & A (videoconference) and we would love for you to join us for a time of conversation and questions. You will have the opportunity to chat with one of the team and to hear from our students who will give you a little glimpse into study and community life here at NTC.

 

 

Postgraduate Open Evening
Wed May 12 2021 20:00
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Videoconference
Free

As you prepare to study with NTC or are thinking about studying with us we are sure that…

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As you prepare to study with NTC or are thinking about studying with us we are sure that you will have many questions to ask. On the 17 March, 8:00pm, we will be hosting a live Q & A (videoconference) and we would love for you to join us for a time of conversation and questions. You will have the opportunity to chat with one of the team and to hear from our students who will give you a little glimpse into study and community life here at NTC.

 

Unpacking the Many Victories Jesus Achieved on the Cross.
Mon Jun 7 2021 19:30
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Videoconference
From £25

Why did Jesus have to die on the cross, and not the Holy Spirit, or a prophet? Why…

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Why did Jesus have to die on the cross, and not the Holy Spirit, or a prophet? Why did Jesus have to die on the cross, why couldn’t he just preach and then ascend straight into heaven? Why did Jesus die on the cross, why couldn’t his death be quicker and less painful? Exploring these questions together will foster deeper worship of Jesus, and give us more confidence to discuss the many victories he achieved with others.

Lecturer: André Adefope

André grew up in London and is currently living in Manchester. He has over 15 years of experience preaching and teaching in many different contexts. He’s also 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, and is currently training for Ordination in the Church of England.

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

Nazarene Pastors Life Long Learning Code: 77741

Using Music and Theology as Interpretation
Mon Jun 7 2021 19:30
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Videoconference
From £25

This course will enable participants to deepen their understanding of God, Scripture, and life by exploring and engaging…

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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.

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

Speaking with the Bible about Mental Health
Mon Jun 7 2021 19:30
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Videoconference
From £25

Live transcription is available during this class Join us as we take a look at how some of…

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Live transcription is available during this class

Join us as we take a look at how some of the language used in Scripture can help us in our current-day thinking and practices around wellbeing and self-care. This 5 week course is suitable for those interested in a conversation between the Bible and issues of mental health. You will gain some understanding of how to support positive wellbeing in your communities from a trained Mental Health First Aider through a series of interactive lectures with space for discussion and sharing from lived experience.

Lecturer: Mick Kane

Originally from Glasgow, Michael pursued a call to ministry after Jesus saved him from a destructive life of drugs and alcohol in his early twenties. He has an undergraduate degree in Sports Science (Glasgow), a Masters degree in Theology (Manchester) and is a qualified Mental Health First Aid trainer. Michael has a passion for learning and is blessed with a gift of being able to relate to people of different ages, abilities and backgrounds.

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

Nazarene Pastors Life Long Learning Code: 57985