September 15, 22, 29, Oct 6
Led by Ryan Horwath
Have you ever tried to read through the Bible in a year, only come to a stop at Leviticus? Have you ever wondered why some things in Leviticus are applicable for us today but about some we say, “that’s just the old covenant.” Have you ever wondered how a book that speaks about not eating pork and not wearing clothing of two fabrics could even apply to today? Come to this four-class series on Studies in Leviticus and find out how the church can use this book today. This course will first look at the value of Leviticus for the church. Next, it will observe the various sacrifices. Third, we will discuss the various clean and unclean laws, especially for food laws. Finally, it will look at the Day of Atonement and what the New Testament says about the ideas from Leviticus. Through this, find out now only about how Leviticus is useful to Christians, but how it is one of the most important books in the Old Testament.
This course is led by Ryan Horwath, a 2nd year seminary student at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Ryan is pursuing a double degree in Old and New Testament and is an alumnus of the School of Biblical Studies at YWAM Montana where he studied with Tom and Donna Petter. Check out this video to learn more about SBS.
Questions? Contact Ryan Horwath