Ever wonder if there is more to a passage than you have been seeing?
Would you like to re-energize your teaching, preaching and Bible study? There’s more, and you know it. Come experience it!
Day 1, Monday (12:45PM-9PM)
Day 2, Tuesday (9AM-9PM)
Day 3, Wednesday (9AM-5PM)
Executive Director & Senior Teaching Fellow, “Preserving Bible Times;” author of nine books on biblical context; study program leader to Israel and Italy (Roman World).
Professor of New Testament, Wheaton
College and Graduate School,
author of numerous books on topics of
Founder and Executive Director of “Walking the Text,” author of “Make Your Mark,” study program leader to Israel and Turkey, attended Jerusalem University College.
Received Ph.D. from the University of Durham specializing in Early Judaism,
pastor who leads study programs in Israel. Attended Jerusalem University College.
Campus Ministry at Grand Valley State
University, Conference Worship Leader, attended Jerusalem University College.
Professor at Biblical Theological Seminary (Hatfield, PA), Adjunct Professor for Bible Intensives at Jerusalem University College.
The Institute of Biblical Context’s (IBC) vision is to preserve and present biblical truth and meaning through integrating the biblical text with its visual, geographical, literary, historical and cultural context. The Institute’s approach utilizes an expert faculty gathered in one place at one time to share their respective areas of expertise – favorite contextual tools, frameworks and resources – as well as their unique thematic insights into the context of God’s Word. IBC’s purpose is to allow the Scriptures to increasingly come alive in fresh and new ways for pulpit and pew. Distinctives of an IBC Conference include:
ABOUT BIBLICAL CONTEXT
For the words of Scripture to be transformational, they need to be heard and understood as the biblical writers intended them to be. The Bible writers conveyed precise meanings through their words, idioms, sites, names and images used. They assumed their audience would know what they were describing, together with its intended meaning. To more fully appreciate that meaning, a passage’s context needs to be restored in order to (re)discover the transformational impact originally intended by the Holy Spirit.
The Institute of Biblical Context is a Ministry Affiliate of Preserving Bible Times.