WTC Theology: Week 5: The Holy Spirit (@WTCTheology)

  Luke 4:16-21 John 16:7-15 Acts 1:4-5 Rom 12:3-8 1 Cor 12:27-13:1 Gal 5:22-25 “The term pneumatology comes from two Greek words, namely, pneuma meaning “wind,” “breath,” or “spirit” (used of the Holy Spirit) and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” As it is used in Christian systematic theology, “pneumatology” refers to the study of the biblical doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Generally this includes such topics as the personality of the Spirit, the deity…

WTC MOOC Week 4: Jesus  (@WTCTheology)

This week we’ll explore the story of Jesus Christ as revealed in the four Gospels, beginning with the testimony of face-to-face encounters with him. John 20:11-18, 21:15-17 Matt 5:1-12 John 8:1-11 Bauckham Jesus favoured indirect communication – appealing to the imagination/provoke thought. Asking questions without giving answers., using a range of styles (metaphors, similes, analogies, stories that mean what they say). Also indirect communication via actions, and not just words, including symbolism in meals, action,…