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Posted by Ros Clarke, 29 Mar 2019

Audio resources from the 2019 Fellowship of Word and Spirit Conference are now available online

At the 2019 Fellowship of Word and Spirit conferences, delegates were treated to three days of explanation, discussion and reflection on the doctrine of Scripture.

Tim Ward, lecturer in homiletics at Oak Hill Theological College, gave the three main talks. In the first, on the clarity of Scripture, he helped us to see how and why we can have confidence in our ability to read God’s word without needing to be biblical scholars. The remaining sessions concerned the recent growth in theological interpretation of Scripture, some of the deficiencies in current approaches, and a better way forward. These three talks are now available to listen to here.

As always at the FWS conference the main sessions were supported by seminars allowing the opportunity for practical reflection and discussion, and these were on the subjects of Devotion, Discipleship and Evangelism. Seminar recordings don’t always convey much of the value of the time there, but you can hear some useful extracts from two of these seminars in podcast episodes coming up in the next couple of weeks.

Finally, Dick Farr gave us the conference Bible readings from three of the letters to the churches in the book of Revelation. You can hear from Dick in this episode of the podcast.

Ros Clarke is Associate Director of Church Society and Course Leader of the Priscilla Programme

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