Scott Carroll, PhD, organized one of the largest private biblical collections in North America in the 1990s. He then helped establish the core collection, initial exhibitions, and vision for what now forms the Museum of the Bible, in Washington, D.C. His training has focused on the ancient world, ancient manuscripts, and the history of the Bible. Read more
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Is Jesus’ prophecy now being fulfilled? And if yes, how then should we respond?
Ever pondered on these questions: Why am I here? How did I get here? Are we merely by-products of chance?
How come there are people whose lives “changed” yet never knew God? Is God really needed for lives to change?
A talk on finding your way back home where you will find what you have been truly searching for all this time.
In a world of diverse sexuality, what does it mean to say that God’s love embraces all?
Many of us are seeking for even the tiniest explanation for the chaos in our world today.
This course is designed for believers to understand their calling to Christ-likeness in character and mission.
Learn different peacemaking principles on how to resolve conflicts biblically.
This short module will also provide you a perspective on work that goes beyond earning a living for our needs and comfort.
This module will teach the student how to integrate insights God’s Word into day-to-day living.