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Subject: "What is the Significance of the Numbers of Dead and Believers in Revelation?"

Dr Daniel Moore

Friday, 07th June 2019 at 8.00pm


Dr Daniel Moore is a teacher at North Cotes College, a Bible school and missionary training college in Northeast Lincolnshire for New Tribes Mission (NTM). He is married to Elizabeth and they have 6 children. They met at Edinburgh university (1990-1995) where he was studying medicine and she was studying nursing. After working as a doctor for 3 years, he and Elizabeth left medicine and nursing to train as full-time church planters with NTM (1998-2002). They lived in a remote part of the jungles of Papua New Guinea and God used His powerful Word to save many people from a tribe that had never heard the gospel before. God enabled them to serve there for 10 years (2003-2012), and they taught through the Bible chronologically in their language on many topics including the Second Coming. Since 2015, they have been serving at the college, training future missionaries.



Subject: "What Does the Bible Have To Say on Mental Illness and Conditions Like ADHD?"

Dr E S Williams

Saturday, 06th July 2019 at 7:30pm

Dr ES (Ted) Williams is a former Director of Public Health for Croydon Health Authority. His background is in clinical medicine, having practised as a GP in South Africa for 10 years before specialising in public health in the UK. His special interest is in epidemiology the study of disease at a population level. He is the author of many books on Christian apologetics, dealing with the issues of marriage, divorce, cohabitation, sex education and psychology. He books include: The Great Divorce Controversy (2000), Lessons in Depravity (2003), What is going on in Christian Crisis Pregnancy Counselling? (2005), The Outrage of Amoral Sex Education (2006), The Dark Side of Christian Counselling (2009), Christ of Therapy? (2010), Seductive Theories of Marriage Education (2013), and Christian Hedonism: a biblical examination of John Piper’s teaching (2017).
Dr Williams is married to Eileen; they have five children and ten grandchildren.  He and Eileen are members of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London.



Subject: "Climate Change - A Biblical Perspective"

Speaker: John Mackay

Friday, 06th September 2019 at 7.45pm


NOTE: This meeting will be held at the Cumnor Old School, High Street, Cumnor, Oxford OX2 9PE


John Mackay is the International Director of Creation Research and has been lecturing, leading field trips and doing field research for the last 30 years. His strong stand on God's Word being true from Genesis to Revelation, combined with an exciting God-given ability to communicate very effectively, enables John to open the Scriptures concerning the Creator.



Subject: "TBA."

Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Friday, 25th October 2019 at 8.00pm

Arnold was born in 1943 in Siberia, Russia. In 1951, his family emigrated to New York where the family was befriended by a Lutheran minister, which led them to meeting with the American Board of Missions to the Jews (ABMJ). It was the family's contact with ABMJ that brought Arnold at the age of 13 to a saving knowledge of Jesus the Messiah.

In 1967, Arnold entered the Dallas Theological Seminary for studies in Hebrew and Old Testament, where he obtained a Master of Theology degree in 1971. Arnold founded Ariel Ministries in 1977 in order to address the problem of the lack of discipleship and the need for intensive biblical and theological training for Jewish believers. Arnold remains as the Director of Ariel Ministries.

Arnold has written several books including 'Footsteps of the Messiah' and 'Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology'.



Subject: "The Jewish Sign Gifts."

Tim Palmer

Saturday, 16th November 2019 at 1.00pm

Tim is a missionary with Ethnos360 founded in 1942 in the USA as New Tribes Mission. For 18 years Tim has lived in the UK. He teaches at North Cotes College at NTM UK. Ethnos360 is a Christian organisation whose aim is to take the message of the Bible to remote people groups of the world. To do this it is necessary to learn (mostly unwritten) languages, produce an alphabet and translate the Bible with the end goal of teaching the people and seeing independent churches established within these groups.