Sabbath school has a long history in the Seventh-day Adventist church. Established in 1852, it’s goals have been focused on cultivating fellowship, community outreach, bible study, and world missions. Sabbath school is design to build faith and community. It should be a safe place to ask questions and respectfully express opinions. It allows us to discuss how the bible has practical value for our daily lives and encourage one another. It also directs us to focus outward, to others.
This quarter’s Sabbath school topic focuses on “How to Interpret Scripture”.
- Lesson 1: The Uniqueness of the Bible
- Lesson 2: The Origin and Nature of the Bible
- Lesson 3: Jesus and the Apostles’ View of the Bible
- Lesson 4: The Bible -the Authoritative Source of Our Theology
- Lesson 5: By Scripture Along -Sola Scriptura
- Lesson 6: Why is Interpretation Needed?
- Lesson 7: Language, Text, and Context
- Lesson 8: Creation - Genesis as Foundation (part 1)
- Lesson 9: Creation – Genesis as Foundation (part 2)
- Lesson 10: The Bible as History
- Lesson 11: The Bible as Prophecy
- Lesson 12: Dealing with Difficult Passages
- Lesson 13: Living by the Word of God
- Lessons and content also available on the Sabbath School App.
- Sabbath Morning Video Discussion with the Hope Channel.
- Panel Discussion of the Sabbath School Lesson with 3ABN.
- Lesson Overview and Summary Video Presentations of each lesson with the Australian Union Conference.