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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One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a…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One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a relic of the distant past and therefore easily discarded.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.

Bridging Worlds – UK Culture: Leisure Time
Tue Jan 25 2022 19:00
- 20:30 Add to calendar
Online

Bridging Worlds consists of two interactive online short courses on UK Culture and Church, delivered in collaboration with the…

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Bridging Worlds consists of two interactive online short courses on UK Culture and Church, delivered in collaboration with the Xpace Christian International Training Centre. Each course includes four 90 minute sessions, delivered in English but with consecutive translation to Cantonese.

Christian Hope, Science and the Warming World
Fri Feb 4 2022 0:00
Sat Feb 5 2022 Add to calendar
Online
£5/Free

A two-day conference, featuring workshops, lectures and seminars, with keynote presentations from Hannah Malcolm, Celia Deane-Drummond, Jeremy Kidwell, and Grace Thomas.  

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A two-day conference, featuring workshops, lectures and seminars, with keynote presentations from Hannah Malcolm, Celia Deane-Drummond, Jeremy Kidwell, and Grace Thomas.

 

Bridging Worlds: Christianity and Church in the UK Nations – Northern Ireland
Tue Feb 8 2022 9:00
10:30 Add to calendar
Online
£40
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The Present Preacher
Fri Feb 11 2022 9:00
- 16:00 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College and Online
£15/£5

North-West Preaching Conference 2022. Nazarene Pastors LLL Code: 18513 Registration is now open for online and in-person bookings.  …

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North-West Preaching Conference 2022.

Nazarene Pastors LLL Code: 18513

Registration is now open for online and in-person bookings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Drysdale Lecture 2022
Mon Feb 21 2022 19:30
- 21:00 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College

Loun Ling Lee, ‘Future of Mission: Strategic Role of Asian Mission in Global Christianity’.  Loun Ling Lee serves…

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Loun Ling Lee, ‘Future of Mission: Strategic Role of Asian Mission in Global Christianity’. 

Loun Ling Lee serves as the Editor of Lausanne Global Analysis. Her previous roles include Lecturer in Mission at Redcliffe College, UK, Training Director of AsiaCMS based in Malaysia, Mission Mobiliser with OMF, and Pastor at Grace Singapore Chinese Church.

Registration will open soon!

Bridging Worlds: Christianity and Church in the UK Nations – Scotland
Tue Feb 22 2022 9:00
10:30 Add to calendar
Online
£40

Four 90-minute sessions, delivered in English with consecutive translation to Cantonese. A collaboration with CITC.

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Four 90-minute sessions, delivered in English with consecutive translation to Cantonese. A collaboration with CITC.

Manchester Bible School – Reading and Seeing Revelation
Mon Feb 28 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This course will offer…

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On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This course will offer a journey towards a better understanding of the book of Revelation. Students will explore how Revelation can be read in the written word, visual arts and aloud! 

  1. The journey to understanding the book of revelation
  2. How not to read and how to read the book of revelation
  3. How our views of Revelation get in the way of reading it
  4. Introducing a visual exegesis; How images inform ‘our theology’ and ‘theology’ informs image
  5. Reading (part of) Revelation aloud!

Course leader: Pieter Kwant has an appreciation for many aspects of culture, not least art, music and film, but it is books that he has dedicated his life to in the service of the Lord. Originally from the Netherlands, it was
in South Africa that Pieter met his wife, Elria and where he started his first job in the Christian book business. He went on to manage and own a bookshop, distributor and antiquariat and served professors, pastors and students. God eventually led Pieter back to Europe, this time to the UK where he has led the way in publishing theological and biblical monographs for IVP then Paternoster, before eventually setting up his own publishing house and book agency, Piquant. It specialises in Mission, Theology and the Arts. Alongside Piquant, Pieter was then called to Langham Partnership to be the director of its literature program, focusing on resourcing institutions in the Majority World with evangelical theological books for libraries and students, developing and training Majority World writers and publishers, and pioneering partnerships to produce exceptional indigenous book projects such as the Africa Bible Commentary and the South Asia Bible Commentary, and many others.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 27853 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – A Journey Through the Old Testament
Mon Feb 28 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This is a great introductory…

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Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This is a great introductory course for anyone wanting to explore the big picture of the story of God through the Old Testament of the Bible. Using a range of resources this course will provide space for people to ask questions and learn together in a friendly environment and seeks to help people grow deeper in their encounter with Scripture and understanding the Bible storyline. This is ideal for people who may know very little about the Christian faith and scriptures, or people simply wanting a refresher overview of the Bible.

Course leader: Mark Tomlinson is a ‘Bible Explorer’ qualified presenter, going into Primary Schools and teaching children the ‘Big Picture’ of the Bible. He is also a Children’s Specialist under the name ‘Primary Focus’, with more than 44 years of ministry involving the leading of children and young people. Mark is a gifted communicator and is as passionate about supporting, encouraging, equipping, and training leaders, as he is about teaching children about God, Jesus, and the Bible.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 90936 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – Discipleship in an Environmental Crisis
Mon Feb 28 2022 19:30
- 21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for…

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Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for anyone who is concerned about the environment and trying to sort out how their concern can be specifically rooted in Christian faith and practice. This highly relevant course will combine interactive
lectures with some group work, audiovisual presentation, and the opportunity to think together about issues of faith and the environment.

Course leader: Revd Dr Jeremy Kidwell is associate professor in Christian ethics at the University of Birmingham. Amongst other disciplines, Jeremy has a background in constructive theology and ethics, and brings a joined-up approach to aid thinking about this relevant and timely topic.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 62993 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – Reading and Seeing Revelation
Mon Mar 7 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This course will offer…

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On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This course will offer a journey towards a better understanding of the book of Revelation. Students will explore how Revelation can be read in the written word, visual arts and aloud!

  1. The journey to understanding the book of revelation
  2. How not to read and how to read the book of revelation
  3. How our views of Revelation get in the way of reading it
  4. Introducing a visual exegesis; How images inform ‘our theology’ and ‘theology’ informs image
  5. Reading (part of) Revelation aloud!

Course leader: Pieter Kwant has an appreciation for many aspects of culture, not least art, music and film, but it is books that he has dedicated his life to in the service of the Lord. Originally from the Netherlands, it was
in South Africa that Pieter met his wife, Elria and where he started his first job in the Christian book business. He went on to manage and own a bookshop, distributor and antiquariat and served professors, pastors and students. God eventually led Pieter back to Europe, this time to the UK where he has led the way in publishing theological and biblical monographs for IVP then Paternoster, before eventually setting up his own publishing house and book agency, Piquant. It specialises in Mission, Theology and the Arts. Alongside Piquant, Pieter was then called to Langham Partnership to be the director of its literature program, focusing on resourcing institutions in the Majority World with evangelical theological books for libraries and students, developing and training Majority World writers and publishers, and pioneering partnerships to produce exceptional indigenous book projects such as the Africa Bible Commentary and the South Asia Bible Commentary, and many others.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 27853 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – A Journey Through the Old Testament
Mon Mar 7 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This is a great introductory…

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Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This is a great introductory course for anyone wanting to explore the big picture of the story of God through the Old Testament of the Bible. Using a range of resources this course will provide space for people to ask questions and learn together in a friendly environment and seeks to help people grow deeper in their encounter with Scripture and understanding the Bible storyline. This is ideal for people who may know very little about the Christian faith and scriptures, or people simply wanting a refresher overview of the Bible.

Course leader: Mark Tomlinson is a ‘Bible Explorer’ qualified presenter, going into Primary Schools and teaching children the ‘Big Picture’ of the Bible. He is also a Children’s Specialist under the name ‘Primary Focus’, with more than 44 years of ministry involving the leading of children and young people. Mark is a gifted communicator and is as passionate about supporting, encouraging, equipping, and training leaders, as he is about teaching children about God, Jesus, and the Bible.

Manchester Bible School – Discipleship in an Environmental Crisis
Mon Mar 7 2022 19:30
- 21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for…

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Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for anyone who is concerned about the environment and trying to sort out how their concern can be specifically rooted in Christian faith and practice. This highly relevant course will combine interactive
lectures with some group work, audiovisual presentation, and the opportunity to think together about issues of faith and the environment.

Course leader: Revd Dr Jeremy Kidwell is associate professor in Christian ethics at the University of Birmingham. Amongst other disciplines, Jeremy has a background in constructive theology and ethics, and brings a joined-up approach to aid thinking about this relevant and timely topic.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 62993 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – Reading and Seeing Revelation
Mon Mar 14 2022 19:30
21:20 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This course will offer…

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On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This course will offer a journey towards a better understanding of the book of Revelation. Students will explore how Revelation can be read in the written word, visual arts and aloud!

  1. The journey to understanding the book of revelation
  2. How not to read and how to read the book of revelation
  3. How our views of Revelation get in the way of reading it
  4. Introducing a visual exegesis; How images inform ‘our theology’ and ‘theology’ informs image
  5. Reading (part of) Revelation aloud!

Course leader: Pieter Kwant has an appreciation for many aspects of culture, not least art, music and film, but it is books that he has dedicated his life to in the service of the Lord. Originally from the Netherlands, it was
in South Africa that Pieter met his wife, Elria and where he started his first job in the Christian book business. He went on to manage and own a bookshop, distributor and antiquariat and served professors, pastors and students. God eventually led Pieter back to Europe, this time to the UK where he has led the way in publishing theological and biblical monographs for IVP then Paternoster, before eventually setting up his own publishing house and book agency, Piquant. It specialises in Mission, Theology and the Arts. Alongside Piquant, Pieter was then called to Langham Partnership to be the director of its literature program, focusing on resourcing institutions in the Majority World with evangelical theological books for libraries and students, developing and training Majority World writers and publishers, and pioneering partnerships to produce exceptional indigenous book projects such as the Africa Bible Commentary and the South Asia Bible Commentary, and many others.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 27853 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – A Journey Through the Old Testament
Mon Mar 14 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This is a great introductory…

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Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This is a great introductory course for anyone wanting to explore the big picture of the story of God through the Old Testament of the Bible. Using a range of resources this course will provide space for people to ask questions and learn together in a friendly environment and seeks to help people grow deeper in their encounter with Scripture and understanding the Bible storyline. This is ideal for people who may know very little about the Christian faith and scriptures, or people simply wanting a refresher overview of the Bible.

Course leader: Mark Tomlinson is a ‘Bible Explorer’ qualified presenter, going into Primary Schools and teaching children the ‘Big Picture’ of the Bible. He is also a Children’s Specialist under the name ‘Primary Focus’, with more than 44 years of ministry involving the leading of children and young people. Mark is a gifted communicator and is as passionate about supporting, encouraging, equipping, and training leaders, as he is about teaching children about God, Jesus, and the Bible.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 90936 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – Discipleship in an Environmental Crisis
Mon Mar 14 2022 19:30
- 21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for…

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Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for anyone who is concerned about the environment and trying to sort out how their concern can be specifically rooted in Christian faith and practice. This highly relevant course will combine interactive
lectures with some group work, audiovisual presentation, and the opportunity to think together about issues of faith and the environment.

Course leader: Revd Dr Jeremy Kidwell is associate professor in Christian ethics at the University of Birmingham. Amongst other disciplines, Jeremy has a background in constructive theology and ethics, and brings a joined-up approach to aid thinking about this relevant and timely topic.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 62993 (1 hour per class)

Bridging Worlds: Christianity and Church in the UK Nations – Wales
Tue Mar 15 2022 9:00
10:30 Add to calendar
Online
£40

Four 90-minute sessions, delivered in English with consecutive translation to Cantonese. A collaboration with CITC.

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Four 90-minute sessions, delivered in English with consecutive translation to Cantonese. A collaboration with CITC.

Manchester Bible School – Reading and Seeing Revelation
Mon Mar 21 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This course will offer…

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On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This course will offer a journey towards a better understanding of the book of Revelation. Students will explore how Revelation can be read in the written word, visual arts and aloud!

  1. The journey to understanding the book of revelation
  2. How not to read and how to read the book of revelation
  3. How our views of Revelation get in the way of reading it
  4. Introducing a visual exegesis; How images inform ‘our theology’ and ‘theology’ informs image
  5. Reading (part of) Revelation aloud!

Course leader: Pieter Kwant has an appreciation for many aspects of culture, not least art, music and film, but it is books that he has dedicated his life to in the service of the Lord. Originally from the Netherlands, it was
in South Africa that Pieter met his wife, Elria and where he started his first job in the Christian book business. He went on to manage and own a bookshop, distributor and antiquariat and served professors, pastors and students. God eventually led Pieter back to Europe, this time to the UK where he has led the way in publishing theological and biblical monographs for IVP then Paternoster, before eventually setting up his own publishing house and book agency, Piquant. It specialises in Mission, Theology and the Arts. Alongside Piquant, Pieter was then called to Langham Partnership to be the director of its literature program, focusing on resourcing institutions in the Majority World with evangelical theological books for libraries and students, developing and training Majority World writers and publishers, and pioneering partnerships to produce exceptional indigenous book projects such as the Africa Bible Commentary and the South Asia Bible Commentary, and many others.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 27853 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – A Journey Through the Old Testament
Mon Mar 21 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This is a great introductory…

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Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This is a great introductory course for anyone wanting to explore the big picture of the story of God through the Old Testament of the Bible. Using a range of resources this course will provide space for people to ask questions and learn together in a friendly environment and seeks to help people grow deeper in their encounter with Scripture and understanding the Bible storyline. This is ideal for people who may know very little about the Christian faith and scriptures, or people simply wanting a refresher overview of the Bible.

Course leader: Mark Tomlinson is a ‘Bible Explorer’ qualified presenter, going into Primary Schools and teaching children the ‘Big Picture’ of the Bible. He is also a Children’s Specialist under the name ‘Primary Focus’, with more than 44 years of ministry involving the leading of children and young people. Mark is a gifted communicator and is as passionate about supporting, encouraging, equipping, and training leaders, as he is about teaching children about God, Jesus, and the Bible.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 90936 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – Discipleship in an Environmental Crisis
Mon Mar 21 2022 19:30
21:20 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for…

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Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for anyone who is concerned about the environment and trying to sort out how their concern can be specifically rooted in Christian faith and practice. This highly relevant course will combine interactive
lectures with some group work, audiovisual presentation, and the opportunity to think together about issues of faith and the environment.

Course leader: Revd Dr Jeremy Kidwell is associate professor in Christian ethics at the University of Birmingham. Amongst other disciplines, Jeremy has a background in constructive theology and ethics, and brings a joined-up approach to aid thinking about this relevant and timely topic.

Manchester Bible School – Reading and Seeing Revelation
Mon Mar 28 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This course will offer…

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On-Campus at NTC, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This course will offer a journey towards a better understanding of the book of Revelation. Students will explore how Revelation can be read in the written word, visual arts and aloud!

  1. The journey to understanding the book of revelation
  2. How not to read and how to read the book of revelation
  3. How our views of Revelation get in the way of reading it
  4. Introducing a visual exegesis; How images inform ‘our theology’ and ‘theology’ informs image
  5. Reading (part of) Revelation aloud!

Course leader: Pieter Kwant has an appreciation for many aspects of culture, not least art, music and film, but it is books that he has dedicated his life to in the service of the Lord. Originally from the Netherlands, it was
in South Africa that Pieter met his wife, Elria and where he started his first job in the Christian book business. He went on to manage and own a bookshop, distributor and antiquariat and served professors, pastors and students. God eventually led Pieter back to Europe, this time to the UK where he has led the way in publishing theological and biblical monographs for IVP then Paternoster, before eventually setting up his own publishing house and book agency, Piquant. It specialises in Mission, Theology and the Arts. Alongside Piquant, Pieter was then called to Langham Partnership to be the director of its literature program, focusing on resourcing institutions in the Majority World with evangelical theological books for libraries and students, developing and training Majority World writers and publishers, and pioneering partnerships to produce exceptional indigenous book projects such as the Africa Bible Commentary and the South Asia Bible Commentary, and many others.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 27853 (1 hour per class)

Manchester Bible School – A Journey Through the Old Testament
Mon Mar 28 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30  Course overview: This is a great introductory…

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Online, Monday 28th February and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March, 19:30-21:30 

Course overview: This is a great introductory course for anyone wanting to explore the big picture of the story of God through the Old Testament of the Bible. Using a range of resources this course will provide space for people to ask questions and learn together in a friendly environment and seeks to help people grow deeper in their encounter with Scripture and understanding the Bible storyline. This is ideal for people who may know very little about the Christian faith and scriptures, or people simply wanting a refresher overview of the Bible.

Course leader: Mark Tomlinson is a ‘Bible Explorer’ qualified presenter, going into Primary Schools and teaching children the ‘Big Picture’ of the Bible. He is also a Children’s Specialist under the name ‘Primary Focus’, with more than 44 years of ministry involving the leading of children and young people. Mark is a gifted communicator and is as passionate about supporting, encouraging, equipping, and training leaders, as he is about teaching children about God, Jesus, and the Bible.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 90936 (1 hour per class)

Bridging Worlds: Christianity and Church in the UK Nations – England
Tue Mar 29 2022 9:00
10:30 Add to calendar
Online
£40

Four 90-minute sessions, delivered in English with consecutive translation to Cantonese. A collaboration with CITC.

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Four 90-minute sessions, delivered in English with consecutive translation to Cantonese. A collaboration with CITC.

Manchester Bible School – Discipleship in an Environmental Crisis
Tue Mar 29 2022 19:30
21:30 Add to calendar
Online
£35/25 (for 5 weeks)

Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for…

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Course overview: What does Christian theology have to say about climate change? This is a great short course for anyone who is concerned about the environment and trying to sort out how their concern can be specifically rooted in Christian faith and practice. This highly relevant course will combine interactive
lectures with some group work, audiovisual presentation, and the opportunity to think together about issues of faith and the environment.

Course leader: Revd Dr Jeremy Kidwell is associate professor in Christian ethics at the University of Birmingham. Amongst other disciplines, Jeremy has a background in constructive theology and ethics, and brings a joined-up approach to aid thinking about this relevant and timely topic.

Nazarene Pastors LLL code: 62993 (1 hour per class)

Undergraduate On Campus Open Day
Tue Apr 5 2022 10:30
- 16:00 Add to calendar
On Campus

Head to our Open Days website to learn more!

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Head to our Open Days website to learn more!

Graduation
Fri May 6 2022 10:00
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Celebrating our Class of 2021. Save the date!

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Celebrating our Class of 2021. Save the date!

Postgraduate On Campus Open Evening
Tue May 17 2022 19:00
- 21:00 Add to calendar
On Campus

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Head to our Open Days website to learn more!

The Sydney Martin Memorial Lecture 2022
Mon Jun 27 2022 19:30
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Nazarene Theological College

Professor Robert Beckford: ‘Decolonizing Gospel Music: A Practical Musicological Guide’

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Professor Robert Beckford: ‘Decolonizing Gospel Music: A Practical Musicological Guide’