Adult Bible Class

“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and  training in righteousness,…”  

2 Timothy 3:16

Sunday Mornings @ 8:30:

Join us in-person or find study sheet and links to live-streamed on our home page.
Streamed bible study will be on available on YouTube after it has aired.

Thursday Nights @ 7:00 pm
(via Zoom Link on Home Page):

Current Study: The Book of Job: When bad things happen to God's People 

The book’s title comes from its primary character, Job. Although of uncertain etymology the name Job could come from Arabic meaning “one who turns back [to God]/one who repents” or Hebrew verb “to hate/be an enemy of” (which could signify “the assailed one, an object of enmity”).
• As with several books of the Bible, the human author of Job is unknown (cf. the compilers of the books of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles; the book of Hebrews). As those who are convinced that the Bible is God’s Spirit-inspired Word, we too consider this book to have been composed under his direct guidance for a number of reasons:
1.) The book reveals spiritual realities and conversations that no human is naturally privy to.
2.) The book has numerous Messianic parallels and references.
3.) The unparalleled quality of its composition.
• Some best guesses: Like the book of Ruth, it is clear that Job was not the author of the book that bears his name. Given the likely (early) time period in which it was set and the linguistic parallels with the Pentateuch, some claim Moses as the author. Other conservative commentators see similarities with the wider geographic knowledge and poetic/wisdom literature (cf. particularly Proverbs 1, 8, 9) of the Solomonic age and afterwards.

Self-Guided Recorded Studies: 

Previous Zoom Bible Studies

Find our Bible Study on the Smalcald articles and Contemporary Catholicism along with the companion study.