Sunday Morning Bible Study
Held in the Fellowship Hall
Evolution - A Lutheran Response 12/1/19 - 12/15/19
Mr. Mark Bergemann serves as president of the Lutheran Science Institute and also teaches online courses at Martin Luther College on apologetics. In this Bible Study Mr. Bergemann will take us into Scripture and examine some of the presuppositions of the theory of Evolution in the light of God’s Word. There will be plenty of time for Q&A, so bring your questions!
To Be Determined 1/5/20-2/9/20
The ‘Real’ Jesus 2/16/20 - 3/22/20
Oftentimes on television and the internet we see studies and pro-grams that are devoted to showing us who the real Jesus was. They attempt to portray Jesus as merely a historical person - a man who had a big impact on history, but a man nonetheless. In this Bible study Pastor Wayne Mueller will increase our knowledge of the historical times in which Jesus lived, gaining insights into that time. He will also reaffirm the beautiful, Gospel truth that he is our Lord and Savior.
The Book of Job 3/29/20 - 4/26/20
The book of Job is a unique part of God’s Word, and it can some-times be difficult for believers to understand. In this book Job wres-tles with the question of why there is so much pain in his life if God loves him - question we’re all familiar with! In this Bible study Pastor Mark Braun take us through this book and show us the beauty and glory of God’s promise to always be with us.
Principles of Translation 5/3/20 - 5/24/20
Much conversation has taken place in the past few years about Bible translation, especially in our Synod. As different translations of the Bible come out or old ones are updated, we can often feel con-fused about the issues involved. How does a believer recognize and appreciate a good translation without knowing Hebrew or Greek? In this bible study Dr. John Brug will help us answer this. With years of experience, Dr. Brug will help us see the principle of a good translation, what makes translating the Bible unique, as well as strengthening us in the certainty that God’s Word is true, always relevant, and eternally powerful.