Class Schedule

Aug
1
Tue
Ezekiel: When the Glory of God Descends @ Irvine Community Church
Aug 1 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 26 @ 8:30 pm

In the first half of Ezekiel the glory of God departed from Jerusalem because of the sins of the people as they desecrated God’s temple. His glory departed from the Holy of Holies, to the threshold of the temple, to above the cherubim in Ezekiel’s vision, to the Eastern gate of Jerusalem, to the Mount of Olives outside the city from where Christ eventually ascended into heaven and to where He will return. It was a gradual departure as God was still giving the people time to repent before the Babylonians would destroy the temple, the city and carry the people off into captivity. God is patient and longsuffering even in our sin. The second half of Ezekiel’s prophecy is God’s glory descending upon His covenant people demonstrating He is a faithful God who is always true to His word. His promises are sure and steadfast as we will see what God is doing and will yet be doing for His people Israel. You will be studying current and future events that may soon be unfolding in the Middle East.

Aug
8
Tue
Ezekiel: When the Glory of God Descends @ Irvine Community Church
Aug 8 @ 7:00 pm – Oct 3 @ 8:30 pm

In the first half of Ezekiel the glory of God departed from Jerusalem because of the sins of the people as they desecrated God’s temple. His glory departed from the Holy of Holies, to the threshold of the temple, to above the cherubim in Ezekiel’s vision, to the Eastern gate of Jerusalem, to the Mount of Olives outside the city from where Christ eventually ascended into heaven and to where He will return. It was a gradual departure as God was still giving the people time to repent before the Babylonians would destroy the temple, the city and carry the people off into captivity. God is patient and longsuffering even in our sin. The second half of Ezekiel’s prophecy is God’s glory descending upon His covenant people demonstrating He is a faithful God who is always true to His word. His promises are sure and steadfast as we will see what God is doing and will yet be doing for His people Israel. You will be studying current and future events that may soon be unfolding in the Middle East.

Aug
15
Tue
Ezekiel: When the Glory of God Descends @ Irvine Community Church
Aug 15 @ 7:00 pm – Oct 10 @ 8:30 pm

In the first half of Ezekiel the glory of God departed from Jerusalem because of the sins of the people as they desecrated God’s temple. His glory departed from the Holy of Holies, to the threshold of the temple, to above the cherubim in Ezekiel’s vision, to the Eastern gate of Jerusalem, to the Mount of Olives outside the city from where Christ eventually ascended into heaven and to where He will return. It was a gradual departure as God was still giving the people time to repent before the Babylonians would destroy the temple, the city and carry the people off into captivity. God is patient and longsuffering even in our sin. The second half of Ezekiel’s prophecy is God’s glory descending upon His covenant people demonstrating He is a faithful God who is always true to His word. His promises are sure and steadfast as we will see what God is doing and will yet be doing for His people Israel. You will be studying current and future events that may soon be unfolding in the Middle East.

Sep
19
Tue
In Defense of Holy Scripture @ Irvine Community Church
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm – Nov 21 @ 8:30 pm

If someone were to say to you, “The Bible is written by man and is nothing but ancient mythology and legends,” how would you respond? The Bible claims divine inspiration, but the argument against that is called “circular reasoning.” That is, you cannot use a book or a certain author to validate the claims of that book or that author. Rather, the evidence for its inspiration must come from outside that of the author. How would you answer one who would accuse the Bible of trying to prove its own inspiration?

There are claims that science and the Bible are at odds. How would you respond if someone challenged you on that matter? Can the Bible be trusted even if it contradicts the latest scientific theories—like macroevolution?

The Bible is both the most loved book and the most hated book. Kings have outlawed it. Philosophers have tried to drown it in their infidel ink. But the Word of God still stands.

Sep
26
Tue
In Defense of Holy Scripture @ Irvine Community Church
Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm – Nov 28 @ 7:30 pm

If someone were to say to you, “The Bible is written by man and is nothing but ancient mythology and legends,” how would you respond? The Bible claims divine inspiration, but the argument against that is called “circular reasoning.” That is, you cannot use a book or a certain author to validate the claims of that book or that author. Rather, the evidence for its inspiration must come from outside that of the author. How would you answer one who would accuse the Bible of trying to prove its own inspiration?

There are claims that science and the Bible are at odds. How would you respond if someone challenged you on that matter? Can the Bible be trusted even if it contradicts the latest scientific theories—like macroevolution?

The Bible is both the most loved book and the most hated book. Kings have outlawed it. Philosophers have tried to drown it in their infidel ink. But the Word of God still stands.

Oct
3
Tue
In Defense of Holy Scripture @ Irvine Community Church
Oct 3 @ 7:00 pm – Dec 5 @ 7:30 pm

If someone were to say to you, “The Bible is written by man and is nothing but ancient mythology and legends,” how would you respond? The Bible claims divine inspiration, but the argument against that is called “circular reasoning.” That is, you cannot use a book or a certain author to validate the claims of that book or that author. Rather, the evidence for its inspiration must come from outside that of the author. How would you answer one who would accuse the Bible of trying to prove its own inspiration?

There are claims that science and the Bible are at odds. How would you respond if someone challenged you on that matter? Can the Bible be trusted even if it contradicts the latest scientific theories—like macroevolution?

The Bible is both the most loved book and the most hated book. Kings have outlawed it. Philosophers have tried to drown it in their infidel ink. But the Word of God still stands.