Ecumenical Bible Week

8-15 June 2014 is Ecumenical Bible Week. An impressive number of events will be held during this week in Dublin and its surroundings, and they can be seen on the poster and program, or below. One of the speakers participating in this event is BACI chair, Rev. Dr. William Olhausen. Bible Week May 14 Poster…

Launch of Lent 2013 Bible Studies

BACI patron the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson will be launching the group’s Lent 2013 Bible Study Resource on ‘Gender Justice’ on Tuesday January 15th at 7pm in the Theological Institute, Braemor Park, Dublin 6. This set of five Bible Studies pairs passages related to this theme from the Old Testament and the New Testament…

Lent 2013 — Advanced Notice

Following on with BACI’s series of Bible Studies for Lent, BACI is currently preparing a study on The Bible in the Life of the Church‘s final topic, Gender Justice. The study will follow the format of the revised Economic Justice produced for the BiLC from the Lent 2012 study: there will be five weeks of…

Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars in Amsterdam, ISBL/EABS

This year at the ISBL/EABS/SOTS Meeting in Amsterdam, AABS will again have a small event, to which all are invited. On Sunday, 22 July, members are invited to attend the 10 am Dutch Eucharist at the Old Catholic parish church, Amsterdam (Oud-Katholieke Parochie Amsterdam). This will be followed by lunch across the street (approx €15)…

Bible in the Church of Ireland and AGM 2012 summary

BACI’s first event, held at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute, was held on 21 April 2012. The event was attended by approximately 40 people from around Ireland. Professor David Ford gave a talk on the Gospel of John and how it models its own interpretation. A lively discussion followed. Professor Gordon McConville gave a…

Lent Feedback and Bible in the CoI Symposium

As Lent marches on, BACI is pleased by the response received so far on the Economic Justice study.  At the end of Lent we strongly encourage all rectors, parishioners, and individuals who have used the study to fill in the short feedback form at the back of the study (also available here), and send it…

Nearly Half-way through Lent

4 March already! BACI hopes you are using and finding helpful our study on Economic Justice. We strongly encourage you to take notes on your thoughts and experiences, and once Easter hits, to send us your feedback to <baci.anglican@gmail.com>. You may use the form at the back of the Lent course, or it may be…

Ash Wednesday

Lent starts today; if you are still looking for a Bible study, check out the tab above. We have a tremendous response so far, and we look forward to hearing people’s reflections on the course and on their own hermeneutics. The last pages of the course have feedback questions which the interim committee hopes all…