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Super Saturday Seminar - Studies on the Reformation

Introducing Paul Barnett

Paul is married to Anita. He holds a Phd from London University. Paul has served on the faculty of Moore College and has been the rector of St Barnabas Broadway and Holy Trinity Adelaide. Paul was Bishop of North Sydney from 1990-2001. His publications include Is the New Testament History and Gospel Truth: Answering New Atheist Attacks on the Gospels.

The Reformation

2017 is the five hundredth anniversary of the event that sparked the Reformation. On the 31st October 1517 Luther nailed the 95 theses to the church door at Wittenberg. This was a notice of debate about the nature of repentance and where forgiveness is truly found. Through the study of Luther and the book of Galatians, Paul Barnett will explore this momentous event and its repercussions with us.

 

Afternoon Tea and Dinner will be provided.  Childminding for 3-12 year-olds is available for sessions 1 and 2.

 

The program is as follows:

 

 3:00  Arrive & Rego
 3:15  Session 1 - Luther fought the devil with ink
 4:15  Afternoon Tea
 4:35  Session 2 - The Bible alone
 5:30  Dinner
 6:50  Session 3 - Christ alone
 7:40  Break
 8:00  Session 4 - Faith alone
 9:00  Close
Venue

St. John's Asquith Church
6 Royston Parade
Asquith, NSW 2077

Contact Details:

Scott Maxwell smaxwell@stjohnsasquith.org.au Phone: 02 9482 3282