Thursday, December 29, 2005

Theology For Community

Learning as a group enables us to leverage on each other's insights and perspectives. It is also more fun and allow us to bounce off ideas.

This is in keeping with one of Agora goals next year - "Learning as a Community" to equip ourselves with some basic, foundational lessons in theology. As a group, we found Wayne Grudem's accessible volume on Systematic Theology to be readable and it provides the emphasis on worship and Christian living that we look for.

We'd be starting our discussion on "What is systematic theology? Why study it? And how?" Normally a conducive study group should not be too large so we are limiting the number of participants. But dun worry, there's always the 2006 'workshops' starting in February...

Date: January 22, 2006 (Sunday)
Time: 1.40 pm

3 comments:

jacksons said...

Email me if you need a map to the venue.

leonkj@gmail.com

johnsee said...

Wah...22nd ar, so fast. Jack belum beli buku untuk aku lagi...

Ignatius said...

Wayne Grudem write good books. I have read his Bible Doctrine (IVP/Zondervan) (an abridged version of his Systematic Theology).It's useful, simple,providing the essential information to a beginner's study of theology.I bought this book 5 years ago., & it has always been on my desk. ...very handy!