For many Christians, the Trinity is just a puzzling historical doctrine, and nothing more than that. But is the doctrine still relevant for our present day?
Why did the early church struggle so hard to ensure that the doctrine was carefully stated in its creeds?
What does the Bible say about the Trinity?
Why is the Trinity the central doctrine of the church, on which depends much of proper Christian thought and experience, including our salvation, worship, prayer, relationships, unity, and mission?
We will examine these questions and come away more aware of the necessity for all Christians to believe in the Trinity, and, more importantly, to live the Trinitarian life.
There will be Q&A session with the speaker; come with your burning questions with regards to the Trinity such as "Do we pray to the Father, or to the Son or to the Holy Spirit?"
Saturday 4 November 2017
1.30pm - 5.00pm
Bishop Emeritus Dr Robert Solomon
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Register at www.wesleymc.org/Discipleship or at the Info Counter.
Closing date: 31 October.