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Being Human – Biblical Anthropology in the New Testament

The Theology Network will be hosting its third session of 2021 on Monday 24th May at 8pm-10pm on Zoom.

We’ll be continuing our theme of BEING HUMAN, this time welcoming Dr Erin Heim to explore Biblical Anthropology in the New Testament. 

We believe that studying theology can make a huge difference to Christians and the local churches in which they serve.

You can watch the video below for an explanation of what it’s all about!

How are you going to handle Covid restrictions?

Due to covid restrictions, the meeting will take place on Zoom. You will be emailed the Zoom details on the day of the event event, once you have booked in.

The format, however, is going to be essentially the same. We will have a guest academic speak for about half an hour, time for discussion and then some extended discussion/Q&A with our guest.

How much does it cost and how do I book in?

In order to pay our guest speakers, we will be charging £5 for each evening. You can book in and pay online via the Theology Network page on the Love Black Country website, here.




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