Challenges to Faith:
The Problem of Evil and Violence in the Bible
http://jamarley.com/category/ireland/page/2 A KST SHORT COURSE
The problem of evil and suffering is a huge obstacle to faith. Many people are also disturbed by the violence and bloodshed that seems to be commanded by God in the Bible. This course delves deep into these challenges, exploring how Christians have tackled them throughout the centuries and looking in detail at key Bible passages. You will not only be equipped to respond to these questions when they arise, but will find your own faith transformed and deepened by engaging with them.
Misoprostol order overnight By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Help other people avoid common misunderstandings about violence in the Bible.
- Make constructive and pastoral use of seemingly difficult Bible passages involving violence.
- Identify and explain the presuppositions behind seeing evil as a problem for faith.
- Talk with pastoral wisdom about suffering in the Christian life.
|Course duration:||6 sessions|
|Course dates:||Wednesday evenings 27 April – 01 June 2022 (note: new dates)|
|Time:||19:30 – 21:00 GMT|
|Cost:||£90, including resources and access to interactive participant-only website|
About the Tutor
Barnabas is a Junior Research Fellow at Oxford University. He is passionate about making theology speak meaningfully to the practical challenges facing Christians today. He grew up in in Basingstoke, and later helped plant Community Church Harlesden in London where he continues to preach every few months. He lives in Oxford with his wife, Silvianne, and daughter, Estelle. At KST he is a member of the Theology and Biblical Studies Track team and teaches on hermeneutics, the doctrine of God, Proverbs and Romans. He hosts a podcast called Faith at the Frontiers.
Terms and Conditions
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