WTC Theology: Week 10: The Finale (@WTCTheology)

Session 10.1: Salvation is at the Heart of the Christian Faith Overview of what we’ve looked at, and that God has a special place for the poor and the margianalised. Those who have should give others. Those with power should not oppress others. We need to be observant about what’s going on around us, and […]

WTC Theology: Week 9: The Marketplace (@WTCTheology)

Session 9.1: Does our Daily Work matter to God? (Chris Gillies – a business man interested in Christian living/daily work) Think back to Week 1 (God is at work with us) How did God create us to work, and how did the Fall interrupt that pattern? How can an integrated worldview change our view of […]

WTC Theology: Week 8: A Broken World (@WTCTheology)

Thoughts from the videos from Week 8: Session 8.1: Introduction to Social Justice (Bob Ekblad) What is the Biblical basis for social justice and advocacy, and what does that look like in contemporary life? Child soldiers, slaves, prostitutes, trafficking, etc. are huge issues. Death penalty in US, homeless, prisoners, asylum seekers etc. need advocacy Biblical […]

WTC Theology: Week 7: Creeds (@WTCTheology)

Once again, these are my notes from the videos (not any readings) – and you can join the latest one by checking out OpenWTC. Session 7.1: The Context of the Creeds (Lucy Peppiat) How did colleges/councils seek to conceptualise faith for their time(s). 4th/5th Centuries – lots of debate over nature of Trinity/Christ (against many […]

WTC Theology: Week 6: The Early Church (@WTCTheology)

I didn’t get as far as the readings from week 6 onwards, but I finished watching all the videos (you can join in when the material is available via OpenWTC). Session 6.1: Why Study Theology? (Lucy Peppiat) God is creating a people and place for his presence, so creation can embrace his presence – this […]