Doxa - Studies in the Westminster Shorter Chatechism

DOXA

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“How can we turn our knowledge about God into knowledge of God? The rule for doing this is simple but demanding. It is that we turn each Truth that we learn about God into matter for meditation before God, leading to prayer and praise to God.”
– J.I. Packer, “Knowing God”

Statistically, the vast majority of people in this world are religious and believe in the existence of God, but for many, that God lacks definition. This is a perplexing and uneasy situation and one that we should, if we think about it, find deeply unsatisfying: We believe there’s a God out there, but we don’t really know who he is or what he’s like. In an attempt to bridge that gap between the God we believe in and what we actually know about that God we’ve created Doxa.

The word Doxa comes from the ancient Greek verb “to accept” and later came to refer to a set of beliefs one might hold. This is exactly what Doxa is all about. Doxa is a teaching series that will take place every second Wednesday evening where together, we’ll dive into core Christian teachings about the nature of God and his dealings with humanity in this world. We’ll be basing our teachings on the Westminster Shorter Catechism which is a question-and-answer-based teaching tool developed in the seventeenth century to assist people in discovering who God is in all his fullness.

Whether you are a Christian, or you’re merely exploring God, we’d love to invite you to join us on these evenings as we dive into deeper discussion around the fundamentals of life as they pertain to the existence of God.

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