School of Theology 2017-18
Ps & Gs School of Theology is for anyone who wants to grow their faith, learn more about the Bible, and get equipped for God's plan for them.
If you're ready to register, scroll down to the form below. The deadline for registering is Friday 15 September, and places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
When: choose from either Saturday morning or Tuesday evening (course descriptions below)
Saturday dates: 23 September 2017, 7 October, 28 October, 11 November, 25 November, 9 December, 13 January 2018, 27 January, 17 February, 10 March
Tuesday dates: 26 September 2017, 10 October, 24 October, 7 November, 21 November, 5 December, 9 January 2018, 23 January, 6 February, 20 February
Where: Ps & Gs church on York Place, Edinburgh
Who: if you’re involved in a church, and you want to learn, it’s for you. You don’t need to be an experienced student or hold any particular qualifications. If you have any questions, email email@example.com
Choose your course:
Apologetics (Saturday): learn to challenge prominent world views and become more confident in God and Scripture. This is a rigorous course looking at challenging topics ranging from the trustworthiness of the Bible, to God, evil and suffering.
Bible Track 2 (Saturday): get to grips with the Bible, including the Old Testament prophets , Luke and Acts, the new creation and St. Paul’s letters. This is a dynamic, comprehensive overview of the Bible, with DVD lectures from some of the UK's best biblical experts.
Life Track 2 (Saturday): helping you to integrate faith and life through topics such as making choices, the environment, politics, and work.
Re:Frame (Tuesday): helping you to live out your faith through topics such as heaven and hell, the place of the church and being ambassadors for Christ. This course 'reframes' the Bible through the lens of modern life.
The teachers: our local course instructors use DVD-based material from St Paul’s Theological Centre in London, Ravi Zacharias Ministries and Regent College, Canada, with teaching by highly respected theologians. The instructors then bring the sessions alive with thoughtful discussions and opportunities to interact with other students, to get the most out of each class. Our instructors create a welcoming and safe environment, where everyone can participate, regardless of educational experience.
The sessions: Each session starts with a time of reflection and features a fascinating and engaging lecture, with opportunities to discuss, ask questions and think about how the things we're learning might shape the way in which we live as Christians. A coffee break in the middle provides space to get to know one another while in-class exercises will help you apply the learning to everyday life.
Cost: Saturday £90 (£50 unwaged); Tuesday £60 (£35 unwaged)
The deadline for registering is Friday 15 September 2017, and places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. No payment is needed now; we will be in touch by email to confirm your place on your chosen course.