Evening Lectures Online

Our Evening Lectures Online are scheduled for Saturday evenings, once every two months. They will be on a wide variety of subjects – many of which are not necessarily associated with other material being presented through our curriculum – and will be presented by both regular and visiting speakers. For details of future events, please see below. All Evening Lectures Online will be available on the Zoom platform and can be accessed by clicking here or on the image below. All are welcome.

King Herod‘King Herod’

… mad, bad, and dangerous?

Saturday, 8th July 2023 at 7.30 pm

Most readers of the New Testament will know the name Herod.
They may know he was known as ‘the Great’.
 But why? And was he really mad, bad, and dangerous?

Herod’s dynasty is complicated. His ancestry is debatable. But there is much we know of the man and his family in both Jewish and Roman sources, as well as a great deal of interesting archaeology – all of which fits neatly into the Biblical story with which we are likely more familiar.

Please join us for this Saturday evening lecture as Steve Whitehead tells the story of ‘King Herod’ in the next of our Evening Lectures Online.