The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation | Waterloo Catholic Faith Formation | Waterloo, IA

The Bible Timeline:
The Story of Salvation

  • The Bible Timeline--The Story of Salvation is a popular and comprehensive 12-part video study series which takes participants on a journey through the Bible from the book of Genesis to the book of Revelation.  Popular Catholic evangelist Jeff Cavins uses a unique system to explain how the major people, places and events of Salvation History come together to reveal the truth of the Christian faith.

    This is a great opportunity for Catholic adults and young adults with little or no Bible background.

    2019 Meeting Schedule
    Starts Monday, September 16.
    [This is a new day and location]
    Meets Monday Evenings, 6:00-8:00pm.
    COR at 220 East 4th Street. ( map)

    Registration Fee
    $60 per person/$100 for two, payable at the first session.
    (See our policy about registration fees here.)

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    More About The Bible Timeline
    The Bible Timeline--The Story of Salvation is a fascinating study which takes participants on a journey through the entire Bible. The weekly sessions explore each period of salvation history without overlooking the amazing story which is woven throughout all of Scripture. Using a unique color-coded system, you will learn the major people, places, and events of the Bible and see how they all come together to reveal the remarkable truth of the Christian faith.

    As you explore salvation history from its beginning in Genesis through the coming of Christ and the establishment of the Church, you will see how God’s loving plan for humanity has gradually unfolded, resulting in a greater love for God and a deeper appreciation for your faith.

    The Bible Timeline was developed by Jeff Cavins, Dr. Tim Gray and Sarah Christmyer and has been granted the Imprimatur by Justin Cardinal Rigali, Archbishop of Philadelphia.

    This newly revised edition of The Bible Timeline was re-filmed in high definition and includes new theological insights, animated maps of ancient Biblical journeys, definitions and spellings of unfamiliar words, classic art and contemporary images of well-known ancient Biblical events, as well as on-screen citations from Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

    • Learn more about The Bible Timeline here.
    • Watch video introduction to The Bible Timeline here

    Audience

    This program is appropriate for those who know a lot about the Bible and for those who are just learning. 
    It is particularly appropriate for adults and young adults in thresholds 4, 5 and 6 of faith formation.
    > Click here to learn more about the thresholds of faith formation.

    Take-Away

    Adults and young adults who participate in this opportunity will:
    • Examine fourteen narrative books of the Bible and discover the amazing 
       story woven throughout Scripture.
    • Learn how the key people, places, and events in the Bible fit together to
       reveal God’s plan for humanity
    • See how the events in the Old Testament are fulfilled in the New 
       Testament by Christ and the Church
    • Study the Bible from a Catholic perspective and see how our faith is 
       rooted in Sacred Scripture
    • Gain a greater appreciation for the Scripture readings you hear in Mass
    • See how God reveals Himself to us through Scripture and learn how 
       God’s word applies to your life today
    • Develop a life-long hunger for knowing God in His word and lay a strong 
       foundation for further Bible reading and study

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    About the Authors

    Jeff Cavins is the director of the Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute in St. Paul, Minnesota and the founding host of EWTN’s Life on the Rock.  Over the past several years, Jeff has dedicated his life to developing The Great Adventure, the popular and practical interactive Bible study system that enables students to understand the chronological flow of Scripture.  Jeff, his wife Emily, and their three daughters live in Minnesota
    Dr. Tim Gray is the president of the Augustine Institute, professor of Sacred Scripture at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, and executive director of the Denver Catholic Biblical and Catechetical Schools. He holds a PhD in biblical studies from Catholic University of America and is the author of several books. He resides in Denver with his wife, Kris, and their son Joseph.
    Sarah Christmyer is editor of The Great Adventure Bible Study series and co-author of three Great Adventure studies. She helped launch Catholic Scripture Study (CSS) for Catholic Exchange and is co-author of two Bible studies on Genesis. She has a BA in English literature from Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts. Sarah lives near Philadelphia with her husband, Mark, and their four children.

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    About the Facilitator

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    How to Register

    • By Phone: 319-233-0498.
    • By Email: dbqwcaf@dbqarch.org
    • Register Online here.

    Last Update: 07.25.19

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