We had our first Heritage session last night - looking at C.S. Lewis' On the Reading of Old Books.
We learned why it's important to let the "clean sea breeze of the centuries" expose our own blindspots. Not because of some misplaced nostalgia, but because death does not get to define the Church.
Given how much the Heritage sessions rely on discussion, the notes for these sessions will inevitably be a bit less detailed than for our other times together. Nevertheless, find two things attached below:
Hopefully they'll prove helpful :)
Hey everyone - here are the notes for last night's Foundations session. We started our examination of our belief "in one God, the Father, the Almighty". In short?
There is a God; you are not him.
God is God - and we are not.
This is otherwise known as the Creator/Creature distinction - the first foundation that must be in place if we're rightly to understand biblical theology.
You can find the notes below!
Second year TTS students - click here for the S2 notes!
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