Southwest Bible Institute
3200 A San Antonio St
San Angelo, TX 76901
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Class Descriptions

 

2021, Spring Class Descriptions

 

Hebrews:

 We invite you to come study with us at SBI as we study some of the great Studies Of The Bible. Though the people of the world disagree with us, we believe our world was created by the Great Heavenly Beings. The great Study of Angels and Their Ministry is also included this chapter. In Chapter Two we will cover the subject of neglect, which is a great problem to faithfulness. We then go onward to the Presenthood Of Christ to the hard hearts of men, to discussions of Old Law to New Law, and many more great subjects! You are invited to take this journey with us.

Join us Tuesday mornings at 10:00AM at SBI. TEACHER: Alvis Fisher. 

 

Unity & Diversity in the New Testament:

Jesus said, "My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through
their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I in you." --John 17.20-21

Paul said, "I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought." --1.Cor.1.10

If Jesus and Paul expected absolute unity of all believers, then we are absolutely failing in this task and have a long ways to go towards this unity. In our Winter-Spring semester of 2021, we will be addressing this issue based on James D.G.Dunn's book, UNITY AND DIVERSITY IN THE NEW TESTAMENT.  We are scheduled to begin, Jan.12th, 2021, Tuesday evening at 6:00 PM. 

TEACHER: Miguel Zuñiga. 

 

The Book of Acts:

This class will delve deep into the first history of the church as told by the Beloved Physician, Luke. As a companion of Paul, he saw first-hand many of the later experiences that Paul was blessed to participate in. Our initial focus, however, will be on the movement of the Holy Spirit as experienced through the Apostle Peter recorded for us in the first part of Acts.

This class is taught at the Northside Church of Christ at 19 East 29th Street on Wednesday mornings. It will begin at 10:00AM. All are welcome. TEACHER: Alvis Fisher.

 

The Book of Daniel:

We sing a song, “How Shall the Young Secure their Hearts?” A study of Old Testament heroes is one way. But it is also by sitting at the feet of great examples and hearing them teach God’s message. God did this with Daniel. Daniel studied such men as Isaiah and Jeremiah. Therefore, his book is one of the all time greatest books of the Old Testament that inspires us to faithfulness. Daniel was a youth when he was taken into Babylonian captivity by Nebuchadnezzar in the third year of Jehoiakim (ca. 606 B.C.) Daniel will put his trust in God and stand head and shoulder above the rest of the young men taken into captivity. As a result, he will counsel kings through four kingdoms. 

TEACHER: Frank Berthold.