If you find reading the Bible difficult or frustrating at times, then this seminar is for you. Ten concise and informative sessions are delivered in a friendly, comfortable environment. They aim to equip you with skills required to understand scriptural teaching and principles for yourself and so benefit from a new appreciation of the Bible. Whether you are already familiar with the Bible or are new to reading it, this seminar will provide you with plenty of information and the desire to begin reading more effectively.
Attend this seminar series and let the Bible come alive

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You will learn...

  • What the Bible’s all about.
  • Who wrote the Bible and how it came to us.
  • Why there is an Old Testament and a New Testament.
  • How to tackle the difficult language sometimes used in the Bible.
  • How to learn more using effective study tools.
  • An overview of each book of the Bible in a concise, easy to understand manner.
  • History and chronology (the order of events) in the Bible.
  • Tips for letting the Bible interpret itself.
  • How to prove to yourself that the Bible is not a work of fiction.
  • About the original languages of the Bible.
  • Definitions of Bible terms e.g. the title “Christ”.
  • Common misconceptions.
  • Science and the Bible.
  • Understanding the context of Bible passages.
  • About the Jews and why they are so important in the Bible.
  • Why the Bible is intentionally difficult to understand in parts and how it can be simplified.
  • How the Bible was translated into English.
  • Why there are four gospels.
  • How to understand Bible prophecy.
  • Why God allows so much suffering and wickedness in the world.
  • How to answer critics of the Bible.
  • The differences between Bible versions and how to choose the best version for yourself.
  • How to use a concordance and a lexicon.
  • How to use cross references.
  • How to use a simple plan to read the whole Bible in a year.
  • About life, death and hope for the future.
The seminars showed me the gospel message as revealed in the Bible and gave me the answers that no one else could.


Learn to Read the Bible Effectively - The Life of Jesus

Starting Tuesday 6th November 2018 at 7.00pm - 9.00pm for 11 sessions, at Christadelphian Hall, Heol Goffa Llanelli, SA15 3EJ

Week 1 - 6th Nov Week 2 - 13th Nov Week 3 - 20th Nov Week 4 - 27th Nov Week 5 - 4th Dec Holiday


Birth and early life of Jesus

The Old Testament background and Prophecies

Life Lessons for today from the birth and early life of Jesus – God chooses, and the reason for suffering Part 1

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

Baptism of Jesus

The Old Testament background to Baptism

Life Lessons for today from baptism – Our answer to the call, the New Life

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

Temptations of Jesus

The Old Testament background to testing

Life Lessons for today - testing and the forming of our characters through suffering Part 2

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

Teaching by Parables

The Old testament background to parables

Life Lessons for today – seeing the truth in a world of deceit

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

The message of Miracles

Old testament miracles

Life Lessons for today – modern miracles - Israel

Summary & Questions

Until 8th Jan

Week 6 - 8th Jan Week 7 - 15th Jan Week 8 - 22nd Jan Week 9 - 29th Jan Week 10 - 5th Feb Week 11 - 12th Feb

Review of last week

Principles “I am”

The Old testament background – I was, I am, I will be

Life Lessons for today – God being seen in our lives through a change in our characters

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

The death of Jesus

The Old Testament background and prophecies

Life Lessons for today – what His death means to us – remembering in bread & wine

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

The Resurrection of Jesus

The Old Testament background and prophecies about resurrection

Life Lessons for today – What His resurrection means to us

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

The Ascension of Jesus

The Old testament background the Kingdom of God

Life Lessons for today – The Kingdom restored – what it means to US

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

The beginning of the new church in Jerusalem - Peter

The Ecclesia in the Wilderness - Old testament principles

Life Lessons for today – a 1st century church in a 21st century world

Summary & Questions

Review of last week

The beginning of the Gentile church - Paul

The Old testament background to the mystery of the Gentiles

Life Lessons for today – the end of Gentile times

Summary & Questions

Several good reasons why you should attend...

Your Bible study will become more productive: At the end of the course you will be able to use the study tools and knowledge you have gained to understand more about God and His purpose for man as you read your Bible.

The seminars are open to all whether you are new to Bible reading or have read your Bible for years: There’s always something new to learn!

All seminars are completely free of charge. You will never be asked for money or to make a donation of any kind.

Leave at any time. If you ever find the programme inadequate you may leave with no strings attached

Learn and develop skills which enable you to read the Bible with more understanding than ever before. Many people desire to learn but initial frustration discourages and hinders progress.

You are under no obligation. No-one will attempt to “save” or “convert” you or ask you to join any organisation against your will: in fact, they are often attended by people with a wide variety of beliefs or with no religious views at all.



Everyone attending will receive extensive material for your own notes and class outlines.  These hand-outs will allow you to review the material at your own pace between classes.

I spent many years searching for something, perhaps the meaning of life but every path I took led to a dead end with no anwsers. The Bible Seminars enabled me to take the right path by the message of the truth found in the Bible. I have never looked back and each day has a purpose and the greatest hope I could ever hope for.

Location and time

Christadelphian Hall
Heol Goffa
SA15 3EJ

The sessions will begin promptly at 7.00pm and end no later than 9.00pm on each Tuesday starting on the 6th November 2018, God Willing.


Please get in touch using the contact form or call Jamie on 01554 832522 or 07843 294437 or email [email protected] should you have any questions on getting to Llyfrgell Llanelli Library

Questions others have asked...

Q Will I be asked to be “saved” or “join” the Christadelphians at the end of the seminars?

A No! You will not be pressured during or at the completion of the classes. Our hope is that the classes will encourage you to draw your own conclusions about God and His plan. These classes will equip you with necessary tools to make your own decisions about what you have learned.

Q Why are you doing this?

AThe Bible is scarcely read in today’s fast-paced society. Our faith and belief in God motivates us to share His message and Truth. We believe that the Bible teaches us what is right and good in directing our lives and families. In Christ’s day, the apostles spread the Gospel message and the commandments of God. We also feel compelled to make known to all who would listen the wonderful plan God has for the Earth.

Q What if everyone there knows more than I do?

AThe classes are run in such a way as to make everyone feel comfortable. No-one is ever put “on the spot”.

Q Who will be paying for the seminars?

A All costs are being paid for by the Christadelphians in the area.

Please note:

  • Everything is provided at the seminars including the Bibles.
  • There are no charges for the seminar series.
  • No advanced preparation is required.

I had many unanswered questions. By attending the seminars I found my way around the Bible and found all the answers I needed. What a revelation!

About The Presenters

The presenting team are experienced in actively teaching both groups and individuals in the area. As Christadelphians they are committed to Bible study and hope to assist you in a fuller appreciation and understanding of the Bible.

About The Christadelphians

Christadelphians adopted their name in the mid 1800’s. It means “Brothers (and Sisters) in Christ”. Christadelphians are to be found in countries all over the world. They are bound together by a common faith in the Gospel preached by Christ and His apostles in the first century. It was this faith and its appeal to men and women from all walks of life which brought the community into existence.

Christadelphians do not believe that any of their members, past or present, have received any special revelation from God. The faith of the Christadelphians rests solely on the Bible as the inspired Word of God. They do not have a paid ministry or a central organisation.

Llanelli Christadelphians meet at the Christadelphian Hall at Heol Goffa, Llanelli SA15 3EJ. You can visit our website at llanellichristadelphians.org.uk

Registration is easy!

Please fill in the registration form below, or contact Jamie on 01554 832522 or 07843294437 or email [email protected]. Alternatively, if you prefer, simply turn up and register on the first evening!
For more information or to register your interest for future courses we may run, please contact us.

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