Why All the Chaos? Revelation Seminar

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Croydon SDA Church

95 Selhurst Road

South Norwood

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SE25 6LH

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Join us for an exciting Bible study adventure, as we explore some age-old questions about the state of the world today, and discover what hope we have for the future.

WHEN: 7:30pm-9:00pm every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday evening, during the month of August.

Have you ever wondered why we live in a world of so much chaos, confusion, and increasing troubles, especially now more than ever? As one problem appears to be solved, three more take its place. With humanity’s vast range of knowledge and technology, why are we unable to solve our problems? History reveals that civilization has progressively grown worse. Why? What has led up to today’s conditions?

Being born in today’s world is much like starting a book at its last chapter or breaking into a movie just before the end. You find yourself in an age filled with awesome technological advancements. It is hard to fathom how anyone could have lived before our time without them.

Yet this world continues to suffer from poverty, disease, mental illness, hunger, and illiteracy. Add to this the breakdown of a society with an explosion in addictions, narcissism, and rampant crime. Millions live discontented lives, having no hope for the future.

How and why did this come to be? Will it always be this way? Will it get worse? The answers to these and other questions are revealed in the pages of the Bible in a very relevant way today. God has not been silent about the problems facing humanity. Come and join us for a Bible study adventure where we'll explore what God says about the problems facing humanity and what hope we have for the future.

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