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Free Norwich course aims to untangle Trinity belief

A free evening course which aims to untangle the central Christian belief about God as the Trinity, three-in-one, is set to be run at a Norwich church this autumn.

The course leader is Rev Dr Alex Irving, curate at St Stephen’s Church and a visiting lecturer at the London School of Theology. 
“The course is part of Open Faith, a series that explores the theology of the Church as it reflects the light of Scripture and helps to form our mind into accordance with the truth of the Gospel,” said Alex.
“The current course is on the doctrine of the Trinity and aims to untangle this central Christian belief about God. There are six sessions including a mixture of taught material and a chance for group discussion."

The Programme

Sept 6                  The Trinity and Knowing God 
Sep 30                 The Trinity and Scripture
Oct 14                  The Trinity and the Creeds
Oct 28                  The Trinity and Creation 
Nov 11                  The Trinity and the Church
Nov 25                  The Trinity and Worship

Alex says he is passionate about helping people draw on the richness of the tradition of the Church as it points beyond itself to Jesus.

He has taught on trinitarian theology in a wide range of settings. He is the author of T.F. Torrance’s Reconstruction of Natural Theology: Christ and Cognition (Lexington, 2019). For more info, please click here
The course will be run at St Stephen’s Church, from 7.30pm-9pm.
For more details click here or contact: or on 01603 617697.

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