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  • Principal / CEO Job

    21 January 2022
    We are looking for someone to lead our team in a changing environment; someone with strong leadership abilities, sound organisational skills and the ability to manage in a complex governance environment; with an affinity with the people they will lead; and who can embrace and manage change. Belfast Bible College is an equal opportunities employer and will not unlawfully discriminate in its recruitment and selection procedures. In accordance
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  • Church Leaders' Survey 2022

    19 January 2022  by Emma Rutter
    Northern Ireland has over 1,000 churches from many different denominations. Each of these churches faces different issues according to their specific contexts.    Belfast Bible College is committed to providing theological education that for 21st-century disciples. We want to encourage followers of Jesus to live out their faith in a way that impacts the world. We offer undergraduate, postgraduate and topical short courses t
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  • The Promised One

    18 December 2021  by Dr William Ford
    A Picture of Jesus This reflection explores the picture of Jesus in Matthew’s gospel. It focusses on the infancy narratives, with all but the last devotion looking at passages from the first two chapters. These two chapters introduce key elements about Jesus’ identity.  After a genealogy there are five narrative sections, each showing how Jesus fulfils Old Testament prophecy. We will see below that the ‘fulfilmen
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  • Jobs 2021

    5 November 2021
    The College is currently seeking to recruit new members of staff to enhance our team. Belfast Bible College is an evangelical interdenominational College, seeking to serve the Church both at home and overseas. We are committed to providing theological education which equips 21st-century disciples for living out their faith in today’s world. We are passionate about providing education that combines academic rigour, practical outworking
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  • QAA Action Plan

    24 October 2021
    Belfast Bible College always aims to provide our students with the best environment in which to study, learn and grow. As part of this we go through assessment with QAA. If you would like to read more about the Colleges QAA report then please click on the links below and if you have any further questions then please get in touch with the office. Click here to view Belfast Bible Colleges QAA report on their homepage Click here to view B
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  • News Release about the Principal

    13 September 2021  by Dr Norman Morrow
    News Release   The Principal of the Belfast Bible College, Dr Helen Warnock, has announced this week that she is coming to the end of her time leading the College. Helen strongly believes that God is calling her to another sphere of work and ministry but will be remaining in post until February 2022.   Helen joined as Principal in December 2016 and has led the College with vision and purpose for the last five years. Duri
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  • Restoring the Fortunes of the Nations

    11 August 2021  by Dr Neil Morrison
      The Oracles Against the Nations (OAN) located in the prophetic books of the Old Testament make for difficult reading.  They foretell the downfall of Israel’s neighbours using an array of violent imagery.  The pronounced judgments often seem predetermined and indiscriminate in their reach.  It has been alleged that this literary form eman
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  • Abraham in Genesis 22: Model or Monster?

    28 July 2021  by Dr William Ford
    Abraham in Genesis 22 – Model or Monster?1  'God has told me to kill my son!' How would you respond if someone told you that? On a practical level you would probably seek immediate help for the speaker (and their son) to avoid a disaster. On a theological level you would almost certainly think that the speaker is wrong – God wouldn't ask such an immoral thing!  How, then, do we read and use a passage
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  • Serving God in a Foreign Land

    21 July 2021  by Dr Charlie Hadjiev
    Daniel's Faithful Improvisation in the Court of the Babylonian King  In his famous list of the OT heroes of faith, the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews makes the following claim:   ‘All of these died in faith without having received the promises, but from a distance they saw and greeted them. They confessed that they were strangers and foreigners on the earth, for people who speak in this way make it clear
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  • The Mission of the Church in a Post-conflict Context: A Reflection on Reformed and Anabaptist Approaches among Christians in Northern Ireland

    15 July 2021  by Andrew Irvine
    My Masters dissertation focused on the core purpose of the Church, as it applies to our post-conflict and still intractably divided community in Northern Ireland.  Twenty-Two years after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, the Northern Ireland public and their political representatives appear to have settled for ‘an end of violence’ and protracted division of the two main communities, each with its own separate culture.&nbs
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