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Bibliology: The Study of the Nature of the Bible as Revelation
Bibliology: The Study of the Nature of the Bible as Revelation

Wed, Mar 17

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Zoom Webinar

Bibliology: The Study of the Nature of the Bible as Revelation

How did we get the 66 books of the current Bible? What was the process for their selection? Why were some included and others not? Why are there so many versions and what's the difference? This class will answer all these questions and more.

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Time & Location

Mar 17, 2021, 5:00 PM PDT – Mar 19, 2021, 6:30 PM PDT

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About the event

Bibliology is the study of the nature of the Bible as revelation.  The study of Bibliology is not an attempt to make the Bible something it is not, nor is it an attempt by theologians to "make" the Bible the Word of God.  Rather, Bibliology attempts to recognize what the Bible claims for itself. The Bible claims to be the objective Word of God. Whether man understands it or not, whether he recognizes it or not, and whether he applies it to his life or not, it is still the Word of God.  This 3-day course, taught jointly through Zoom by myself and my father, Bishop Kevin L. Betton Sr, will teach you about the process of how we received the 66 books of God's Word.  We will learn about revelation, inspiration, textual criticism, canonization, interpretation, illumination, as well as providing a comparison of the various biblical translations (CSB, NIV, AMP, etc).

Schedule


  • 1 hour 30 minutes

    Day 1: Introduction & Revelation

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes

    Day 2: Inspiration, Canonicity, and Textual Criticism

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Tickets

  • $40 Registration (per family)

    Your registration investment of $40 will grant you access to this class and its teaching. You will also receive a copy of the PowerPoint (includes 250+ slides and teaching notes) and the video of each nights recording.

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