Theo led our Scripture session on Sunday night, handling 2 Timothy 3:10-17. He showed us that Paul isn't just deconstructing that which is bad or to be avoided, but is positively exhorting Timothy to do good, learning from his own Godly example.
We're really grateful to Theo for leading us so well, and we're going to get him back to cover the rest of the passage soon. In the meantime, you can find his notes below!
Last night, we were story-tellers - recalling how God has led his Church through the centuries, protecting her, preserving her, working through emperors and councils and godly men to fight against false teaching. We told the story of the first five centuries of the Church - of heretics and saints, of the doctrine of the Incarnation, of complex thinkers called to defend simple truths that have lasted millennia.
Perhaps our most complex sessions yet - but also such an encouragement, not least for me!
Find a copy of the notes below :)
Second year TTS students - click here for the S9 notes!
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