the Bible explained

Schedule

Truth for Today is a 30-minute weekly Bible study programme. Each week the team take a reflective look at the Bible. Below is a list of forthcoming programmes, God willing, including which radio stations you can listen to them on.

The Gospel of Christ Jesus

SUN
16
DEC
Consequences of neglect
Paul Callicott

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North

A Christmas Message

SUN
23
DEC
When the fullness of the time had come
Gordon Kell

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
30
DEC
When the kindness of God appeared
Ken Wood

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
06
JAN
The appearing of our Saviour
Ian Britton

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North

Arise and Go

SUN
13
JAN
Jonah - the disobedient servant
Paul Thomson

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
20
JAN
Ananias - the reluctant servant
David Hughes

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
27
JAN
Philip - the willing servant
Peter Ollerhead

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North

The Epistle to the Romans

SUN
03
FEB
Outline of the Epistle to the Romans
Ernie Brown

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
10
FEB
Prologue: It is all about God (Romans 1:1‑18)
Ernie Brown

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
17
FEB
What about the primitive pagan? (Romans 1:19‑32)
Brian Donaldson

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
24
FEB
The sophisticated Gentile, Greek or Jew (Romans 2:1‑16)
Gordon Kell

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
03
MAR
The religious Jew (Romans 2:17‑3:8)
David Pulman

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


SUN
10
MAR
The whole world (all three groups) are guilty before God (Romans 3:9‑20)
George Stevens

06:00 Premier Christian Radio
08:00 Radio North


Radio Station information and frequencies


AM/MW 1305, 1332, 1413 & 1566 (London area only);
Freeview Channel 725; and
DAB Radio (in UK)
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AM/MW 846 Northern Ireland, parts of the Republic of Ireland, the Scottish Isles and the West coast of Scotland.
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