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  • Exec PA

    16 October 2023  by Jill Dunlop
    Are you a dynamic, organised, and detail-oriented individual with a passion for Jesus, education and administration? Belfast Bible College is looking for a dedicated Executive Assistant to the Principal to join our team! This is a unique opportunity to become an integral part of our vibrant and forward-thinking academic institution, located in the heart of Northern Ireland. As an Executive Personal Assistant, you will be pivotal in helping t
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  • Further Opportunities

    10 October 2023  by Jill Dunlop
    Dear all   We have a new part time vacancy available for a Catering Assistant. If you or anyone you know is interested, please read on...   Are you passionate about food and hospitality? Do you have a heart for serving others and want to be a part of a vibrant educational community? Belfast Bible College is excited to announce a job opening for a Catering Assistant to join our dedicated team in providing ho
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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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  • 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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  • Seeds. Season 2

    10 June 2021
    Seeds. has returned for a second season, focusing on personal encounters with Jesus. Seeds. is a weekly series of stories about the interesting and diverse people who study, work for & visit the College. These stories of encounters with Jesus are created with the hope of sharing the work of God through personal testimonies of real people.    Tommy    Karla  Underneath it all, whether we are
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  • Theological Thoughts

    4 June 2021
      Our Theological Thoughts series is posted on our social media (Facebook & Instagram) on a regular basis. This is where we ask readers to pause for a couple of minutes to consider a thought written by one of our lecturers that will make them think a little bit deeper about their faith.                   10 Commandments of Theological Study by Dr. William F
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  • The Groaning of Creation (Romans 8:18) and Contemporary Christian Attitudes to Climate Change

    20 May 2021  by Richard Wright
    ‘Climate change’ is a modern problem which is not addressed specifically in the Bible. However, the doctrine of creation was central to the biblical authors’ understanding of the world and consequently Scripture is peppered with relevant references that can guide modern Christian attitudes to the environment. Some Christians hold that the Earth is only a temporary home which will ultimately be destroyed but such a stance can mak
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