Mysteries of the Bible, led by Neil Paton, meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 – 8:30 pm
The group name is based on a book of the same name by Timothy J. Dailey PHD, and Consultant David M. Howard. The group averages 8 participants who study, view, and discuss current theories, ideas, and discoveries about the Bible – All are welcome to all or any one of our topics.
Our purpose: For Bible and history buffs, the Bible is the most fascinating book ever written. The time period, cultures, and people it covers are amazing. It was written from 1400 BC and spans 16 centuries by 40 authors and is composed of 66 books, with about 23 books missing. The Bible, having been studied for 2 millennia, still holds many mysteries and secrets. We examine its mysteries through current archaeological discoveries, high-tech carbon-dating findings, scholarly investigations, and the latest research.
Group activity: To examine these mysteries, we read about them in our Bibles and view “credible” Christian DVDs and videos using critical creative thinking skills to incorporate possible explanations and further questions to gather and share more knowledge concerning the latest research related to the mystery. Occasionally, though, the only explanation falls in the realm of a miracle of God. ” I will remember the works of the Lord: surely I will remember thy wonders of old. I will meditate also on all thy works and talk of thy doings always.” Psalm 77:11, 12