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Explorations in Faith and Theology​

Available: Online only

Online: This will comprise of interactive online activities and questions followed by a group zoom discussion over 5 weekly sessions lasting one hour and 45 minutes.

Taught by: Dan Button

Course Length: No set ending!

Description:

A new course designed for those who want to engage in a journey of discovery and delve deeply into a variety of theological topics that rarely see the light of day.  We’ll cover topics like Creation, Trinity, Heaven and Life after Death, Being Human, Resurrection, the Kingdom and the Future… exploring these topics in new ways, discussing different perspectives, and engaging in thoughtful discussion.  

Lots of questions – and perhaps even some surprising answers!  Not for the faint hearted, this course will help you think, grow, be open to different possibilities and articulate your own thoughts and ideas.  Don’t expect easy answers, this will be a journey of theological exploration.

Unlike other courses, there is no set ending.  We’ll meet through the end of the year, then continue in the new year as long as the group wants to continue exploring. 

Cost will be on a donation basis.

Good Call: Ethics for Churches in the Twenty-First Century

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The course programme is as follows:

  • Week 1 – Principles & Resources.
  • Week 2 – Caring for the Environment.
  • Week 3 – Medical Dilemmas.
  • Week 4 – Sex & Marriage.
  • Week 5 – Ethical Talk – and Listening.

Delivery Method: Online

The course is held on Zoom over 5 weekly sessions.

Taught by: Rev’d Dr Stephen Goundrey-Smith

Course Length: 5 Weeks / Each session lasts 1.5 hours.

Learn Biblical Hebrew

Delivery Method: Online

The course is held on Zoom over 10 weekly sessions.

Taught by: Phil King

Course Length: 10 Weeks / Each session lasts 1.5 hours.

Description:

Have you ever wished you could read the Bible in its original languages? You don’t need to be an expert linguist to learn some of the basics of Greek or Hebrew.

GTS is offering a golden opportunity to jump in and learn with others on Zoom.

This 10-week introductory course will take you through the basics of New Testament Greek, from letters and words to sentences and structure. This 10-week introductory course will take you on a journey of Hebrew letters, words, and sentence structure. You’ll soon be ‘reading backwards’ from right to left, able to speak aloud and understand passages of Hebrew Scripture, and encounter the joys and challenges of translation.

Learn New Testament Greek

Delivery Method: Online

The course is held on Zoom over 10 weekly sessions.

Taught by: Rosie Button

Course Length: 10 Weeks / Each session lasts 1.5 hours.

Description:

Have you ever wished you could read the Bible in its original languages? You don’t need to be an expert linguist to learn some of the basics of Greek or Hebrew.

GTS is offering a golden opportunity to jump in and learn with others on Zoom.

This 10-week introductory course will take you through the basics of New Testament Greek, from letters and words to sentences and structure. You’ll learn to read from John’s Gospel and encounter the many joys and challenges of translation.


Temple Theology and the New Creation

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The course programme is as follows:

  • Week 1:
  • Week 2:
  • Week 3:
  • Week 4:
  • Week 5:
  • Week 6:

Available: Online / On-Site

Online / This will comprise of interactive online activities and questions followed by a group zoom discussion over 6 weekly sessions.

On-Site: 6 weekly sessions at your Church/organisation.

Taught by: Dan Button

Course Length: 6 Weeks

Description:

Most Christians fail to grasp the significance of this destruction – and fail to recognise this wasn’t the end of the temple story. The temple concept runs through the Bible from Creation to New Creation, and is perhaps the most profound – yet misunderstood – dimensions of who Jesus truly is. No longer symbolised by a building, but by a person, the temple is the meeting place between God and man. And its true significance is yet to be seen in the New Creation.

Unlocking the Bible

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The course programme is as follows:

  • Week 1 – Introduction to the Bible
  • Week 2 – ‘Mapping’ the Bible
  • Week 3 – The Storyline of the Bible
  • Week 4 – The Bible as Ancient Literature
  • Week 5 – Development of the English Bible

Available: Online / On-Site

Online / This will comprise of interactive online activities and questions followed by a group zoom discussion over 5 weekly sessions.

On-Site: 5 weekly sessions at your Church/organisation over 5 weekly sessions.

Taught by: Dan Button

Course Length: 5 Weeks

Description:

Why are there so many translations of the Bible? Is it one book or many? Is it really God’s word, or man’s words about God? How can the OT be relevant inthe 21st century when it was written in a completely different time and culture?

If you’ve ever had questions about the Bible and wished there were a place to discuss them more deeply and openly, but were afraid to ask, this is your chance!

We’re launching an online version of Unlocking the Bible, combining some online activities and questions with a group zoom discussion over 5 weekly sessions.

Perfect for anyone wanting to gain a deeper understanding of the Bible, its structure, story line, relationship between OT & NT, how it was written, and the differences in translations.

Unlocking the Bible

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Available: Online / On-Site

Online: This will comprise of interactive online activities and questions followed by a group zoom discussion over 5 weekly sessions lasting an hour and a half.

On-Site: 5 weekly sessions lasting an hour and a half held at your Church/organisation

Taught by: Dan Button

Course Length: 5 Weeks

The course programme is as follows:

  • Week 1 – Introduction to the Bible
  • Week 2 – ‘Mapping’ the Bible
  • Week 3 – The Storyline of the Bible
  • Week 4 – The Bible as Ancient Literature
  • Week 5 – Development of the English Bible

Description:

Why are there so many translations of the Bible? Is it one book or many? Is it really God’s word, or man’s words about God? How can the OT be relevant inthe 21st century when it was written in a completely different time and culture?

If you’ve ever had questions about the Bible and wished there were a place to discuss them more deeply and openly, but were afraid to ask, this is your chance!

We’re launching an online version of Unlocking the Bible, combining some online activities and questions with a group zoom discussion over 5 weekly sessions.

Perfect for anyone wanting to gain a deeper understanding of the Bible, its structure, story line, relationship between OT & NT, how it was written, and the differences in translations.

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