BIBLE STUDY

The Calvin Bible Study programs will help you discover what is written in the pages of the Bible and help answer your christian questions. Over the years we have studied almost every issue, doctrine, moral issue and ethical question. Here is a sample of the topics. More will be added as they are developed.

2012-Bible Study: Unlocking Revelation
“Unlocking Revelation” is a 6-part bible study aimed at making the book of Revelation – a book strange visions, perplexing prophecies, and seemingly difficult to decode details – more accessible to readers..

So if you’re interested in learning more about the book of Revelation, or perhaps just enjoying some fun fellowship, make plans to join us, beginning Thurs. Apr. 19th for either our afternoon session, from 1:00-2:30 p.m., or for our evening session, from 7:30-9:00 p.m.

2012-Bible Study: The Book of Daniel
Join us for this 5-part study as we explore the Old Testament’s ‘Book of
Daniel”. We’ll consider its story, its prophecies, the history behind it, what it
means to refer to it as ‘apocalyptic literature’, and what it meant to the early
church. So if you’re interested in strange visions, perplexing prophecies, or perhaps
just some fun fellowship, make plans to join us, beginning Thurs. Mar. 1st
for either our afternoon session, from 1:00-2:30 p.m., or for our evening
session, from 7:30-9:00 p.m.

2011-Bible Study : Genesis: In the Beginning…
This study takes us back to the beginning of the biblical story with a look at the Genesis 1 – 11. We’ll take a look at the biblical accounts of Creation, Adam & Eve, Cain & Abel, Noah’s Ark, and the infamous Tower of Babel. There’s death, division, a case of murder, and plenty of scandal. Yet there’s a reason these stories are not only among the first we encounter in the bible, but among the first we encounter growing up.

2010-Bible Study : The Book of Job
The book of Job is a fascinating story, dealing with the very modern real‐life issues  including pain and suffering, faith and hope, and of course, the question of “why?” “Why do bad things happen to good people?” And “why does God let them happen?” They are question many of us have asked, and the story of Job is a book many of us can relate to, and indeed, one we can all learn from.

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