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Monday, September 25, 2017
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The European Institute of Protestant Studies
The Paisley Jubilee Complex
Martyrs' Memorial Free Presbyterian Church
356-376, Ravenhill Road, BELFAST, BT6 8GL
Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 028 90457106/90458761
E-mail address: eips_info@yahoo.co.uk
Internet address: http://www.ianpaisley.org

European Institute of Protestant Studies

Site Location The European Institute of Protestant Studies (EIPS) is housed on the first floor of the Paisley Jubilee Complex of Martyrs' Memorial Free Presbyterian Church on the Ravenhill Road in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.

Picture of Jubilee building
This magnificent Complex, which cost 1,300,000, was officially opened on November 15, 1997, by Mr Bob Jones IV, grandson of the late Rev Dr Bob Jones of Greenville, South Carolina, to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the faithful preaching of the Gospel by the Minister and Church Moderator, Rev Dr Ian RK Paisley, MP, MEP. The Institute has 36 rooms including seminar and lecture rooms, offices and a library.

Picture of Jubilee Church

Teaching-staff The President, the Director of Studies and, from time to time, invited guest lecturers.
President of the Institute The Rev Dr Ian RK Paisley, MP, MEP, Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, Minister of Martyrs' Memorial Free Presbyterian Church, Leader of the Ulster Democratic Unionist Party, MP for North Antrim at Westminster and MEP for Northern Ireland in Strasbourg.
Director of Studies and Librarian Professor CAM Noble, BA (Hons), PhD, LFIBA, Professor of Modern German Literature at the University of Metz, France; on secondment to the Institute.
Library The Institute has a fine library offering excellent facilities for reading and research and is already well on its way to becoming the largest Protestant library in the United Kingdom.

Interior of Jubilee Complex
It contains a splendid and comprehensive collection of books, some of them extremely rare, on the history and doctrines of Protestantism as well as on all aspects of the controversy with the Church of Rome both past and present. Books may be consulted on site only and may not be borrowed or removed.

Aims of the Institute Declare ye among the nations, and publish, and set up a standard; publish and conceal not: say, Babylon is taken [...]. Jeremiah 50:2

The Institute is part of the ministry of Martyrs' Memorial Church. Its purpose is to expound the Bible and expose the Papacy and to promote, defend and maintain Bible Protestantism in Europe and further afield. It will assist all who are engaged in the struggle against the Papacy in both the religious and the secular worlds; provide courses suitable to all ages in the controversy with Rome; and supply information on all aspects of the Papacy today.

It hopes to establish correspondents throughout the world so that it can give a global overview of the state of Protestantism.

Courses Correspondence courses will be the principal method of teaching used by the Institute. Some lectures will be audio- or videotaped while others will be provided in written form or via e-mail. There will be supplementary lectures, tutorials and discussions with guest speakers once a month on Saturdays, details to be announced in The Battle Standard.
The Battle Standard This is the title of the Institute's bi-monthly Journal published in association with the British Council of Protestant Churches. It may be ordered from the Circulation Director at the Institute's address.

A separate brochure giving details of courses currently offered is available on request. This includes information on enrolment procedures, fees, and how to obtain the Institute's Diploma in Protestant Studies.

Opening Ceremony These photographs were taken at the Opening Ceremony of the Paisley Jubilee Complex on November, 1997.

Dr Paisley presented with the keys from the builder.

Mr Bob Jones IV, Grandson of Dr Bob Jones Jr opens the building.

Mrs Paisley reads the incriptions on the wall plaques.

The congregation in the jubilee hall.

The nursery classroom painted by Rohnda Paisley.

The platform party outside the complex.

Opening Seminar of the EIPS These photographs were taken at the Opening Seminar of the European Institute of Protestant Studies on January 31, 1998. All messages were taped and are available from the EIPS now.

Dr Paisley speaks on the purpose and methods of the Institute.
Professor Noble speaks on the significance of the Williamite Revolution Settlement.
Dr. Green speaks on Rome's infiltration of Evangelicalism, Charismatism, and Ecumenism.

Enjoying lunch in the Jubilee Hall.

Syllabus The Institute will provide correspondence courses designed to conform with its major aims, which are to expound the doctrines of the Bible, promote and defend Biblical Protestantism in Europe and further afield, expose the errors of Romanism, unmask the Papacy, and convert Roman Catholics to Christ. As the Institute expands, new courses will be added to the Syllabus and provision will be made to accommodate a variety of ages and levels.
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Courses currently offered include: Showing Roman Catholics the way to Christ; False Doctrines of Roman Catholicism (an analysis of the major doctrinal errors of the Roman Church, their history and implementation, from purgatory to infallibility, from mariolatry to justification, and their refutation in the light of Scripture);

History and Doctrines of the Reformation (a narrative history of the victorious struggle against Rome in sixteenth-century Europe, with sections devoted to the individual contribution of some of the great Reformers such as Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, Wycliffe and Knox);

The Church of Rome and Politics (an exposure of the Vatican conspiracy to overthrow civil government from the twelfth century to the present, with particular emphasis on the history of Papal assaults against Britain and Rome's contemporary involvement in the European Union.

Please send all comments about the web pages to eips_info@yahoo.co.uk.


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