On Tuesday 15 January 2019 'The Christian and the Law of God' Doctrine Study Day will be returning to London Seminary. This day, taught by Dr Garry Williams, has visited 14 locations around Great Britain and Ireland since September 2017, and will make its final stop in Oxford on Wednesday 30 January 2019.
The day addresses theological and pastoral questions, including: What place does the law of the Old Testament have in the life of the Christian? Does it bind the believer? Does the traditional three-fold distinction have any merit as a way of reading Old Testament laws? How does Old Testament law relate to the ‘law of Christ’? What are the right and wrong ways of reading the law as a Christian? As pastors, how should we preach the law to believers? What place does it have in motivating godly living? How can we rightly identify the dangers of legalism and antinomianism? It will involve the close study of Christian doctrine, blending exegesis, and historical and systematic theology.
Doctrine Study Days are intended for pastors with a good level of theological understanding, but they are open to any men or women interested in learning theology for ministry. They involve no preparatory reading or assessment.
The day at London Seminary will begin at 9:30 with coffee. The first session will start at 10:00, and the day will finish at 16:00.
If you would like to attend the study day at London Seminary, please book here. The cost of attending is £32.50 if you book by 8 January.
If you would like to attend the study day in Oxford, please book here. The cost of attending is £32.50 if you book by 23 January.