A 10 week course: The Gospel in Isaiah 

The prophecy of Isaiah is in the Old Testament, part of the Bible that tells us about the nation of Israel before the birth of Jesus.  There is historical and archaeological evidence that demonstrates that much of what Isaiah predicted would happen, came true. Yet some of the prophecy is yet to be fulfilled.  Written around 700BC, in a turbulent time of Israel’s history, with the constant threat of war and invasion in the Middle East, a picture emerges of God’s plan for the world: a Saviour who would one day be a king, reigning over a world free of suffering, violence, conflict and exploitation.  

Find out more with this 10 week seminar style course looking at the amazing prophecy of Isaiah.

The Bible gives us God’s solution to human problems…

A lot of people are genuinely worried about the future of the world and wonder whether mankind will survive the threats which terrorism, pollution, violence, global warming, famine, disease and corruption seem to pose. It is interesting that one of the great themes of Bible teaching is that the world has a future, and the book of Isaiah has a lot to say about this. If you want to discover more about the Prophecy of Isaiah, and see how understanding the Old Testament helps to open up the message of the Bible, then register for this 10 week course.

Topics covered:
  • An Introduction to Isaiah
  • Lessons from History 
  • The World as It is...
  • Isaiah’s Message to You and Me
  • The Messiah
  • God’s Witnesses
  • Isaiah in the New Testament
  • What Isaiah tells us about God
  • The World which will be...
  • Isaiah’s Challenge to You and Me

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There are no fees for the course.

Tension and Conflict in the Middle East: Bible Prophecy Fulfilled

This May sees the 70th anniversary of the Declaration of the State of Israel on the 14th May 1948.  It was a hugely significant moment for the Jewish people who were returning to their original homeland of Israel nearly 2000 years after being removed from that land by the Romans.  Last year saw the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, and Britain's influential hand in initially facilitating the return of the Jews to what was then Palestine. Then followed the Nazi persecution and the Holocaust, prompting an exodus of Jews from Europe to Palestine, at the time opposed by Britain with its Mandate to govern Palestine.  The end of this Mandate, and subsequent Declaration of the State of Israel, was a controversial move which infuriated the Arab nations of that area and immediately sparked off the 1948 Arab-Israeli war in which five neighbouring countries launched an assault on the brand-new state of Israel, in an unsuccessful attempt to wipe it off the map.

During the seventy years, there has been many conflicts including the politically momentous Six Day War in 1967, the Yom Kippur War in 1973, wars in Lebanon and the Gaza strip. Despite the involvement of the United Nations and World powers such as the EU, the US and Russia, peace initiatives have come and gone. Tensions between Israel and its neighbours continue unabated and our news routinely includes coverage of the often violent clashes that result.  Indeed, the eyes of the world are on this country the size of Wales. 

What is less well known is the way in which so much of this was predicted in the Bible thousands of years ago by the prophets who described in advance both the scattering of the Jews around the world and their eventual regathering to the land of Israel which continues to this day.  The prophet Ezekiel who himself was taken captive from Israel to Babylon, modern day Iraq, almost 600 years before Jesus was born:

“Therefore say, So says the Lord GOD: Though I have sent them (the Jews) far off among the nations, and though I scattered them among the lands, yet I will be to them as a little sanctuary in the lands where they had gone.  Therefore say, So says the Lord GOD: I will even gather you from the people and assemble you out of the lands, in those where you were scattered, and I will give you the land of Israel.”  (Ezekiel 11v16-17)

Creation: the Evidence of God's Power

All of the Bible testifies to God as the Creator of the heavens and the Earth.
"For since the beginning of the world the invisible attributes of God, e.g. his eternal power and divinity, have been plainly discernible through things which he has made and which are commonly seen and known" Romans 1:20 (Phillips NT).

Science has revealed the complexity of many of the processes essential to life, allowing us to stand in awe at how the vast universe is so perfectly designed for life. Sixty five years after the confirmation that DNA contained the genetic instructions for living organisms, the intricate molecular processes involved in turning those instructions into the building blocks of life are still to be fully understood.

Around 3000 years ago, King David wrote the following Psalm about his wonder at God's careful oversight of every stage of his life:
"For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother's womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well... Your eyes saw my unformed substance; in your book were written, every one of them, the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them." Psalm 139:13-16 (ESV)

Based on probability, the spontaneous evolution of life is impossible, yet many scientists and the media promote the view that all the intricate detail of life on earth emerged from a mixture of molecules. The Bible is clear, God is the creator and the author of life.

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Has Christianity Caused Wars?

Find the answer in this excellent website:


 This website also has answers to other good questions such as:

  •  'Why does God allow suffering?'
  • 'What is the meaning of life?'
  • 'Has science disproved the Bible?' 

What do you think? Why not read the Bible and find the answers for yourself which God has written for us.