What exactly is the Church and should we view it as important for today? What should the Church be doing? Who is part of the Church? What is the difference between dispensational and covenant theology as it relates to the Church? What is the tribulation? What is premillennialism, amillennialism, and postmillennialism? Is there such a thing as hell and who will end up there? We will answer these questions and much more as we study the Church and End Times in Class 6 of the Theology Program.
This class will start on Sunday, February 12th. The cost is $25 for the class notes.
The High Pointe Discipleship Program presents The Theology Program from Credo House Ministries:
The Theology Program is an evangelical theological training program that equips believers to understand and defend the historic Christian faith.
The Theology Program is designed for everyone, from the new believer to the mature Christian.
· The Student wanting reliable theological education.
· The Father wanting to lead his family.
· The Mother wanting to teach her children.
· The Worker who wants to better defend his/her faith.
· The Teacher who wants to teach the Word with more accuracy and truth.
· The Skeptic who needs some questions answered.
· The Lover who wants to know and love God more deeply.
The Theology Program give you the opportunity to study at a level that is usually reserved for seminary students. We engage theology in a persuasive yet gracious manner helping you make informed decisions about our Christian faith.
The Theology Program includes Six, 10-week Courses:
1. Introduction to Theology
2. Bibliology and Hermeneutics (The Bible and its interpretation)
3. Trinitarianism (The doctrine of the Trinity)
4. Humanity and Sin
5. Soteriology (The doctrine of salvation)
6. Ecclesiology and Eschatology (The doctrine of the church and end times)
Check out more details regarding the material here.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, or to sign up!
Textbooks: You will need to purchase one text book which will be used for the entire program if you do not already own it. The text book is: “Systematic Theology” by Wayne Grudem. You can purchase the book from the links below.
What you need to bring to class:
1. A writing utensil to take notes.
2. Your Workbook (to be handed out first day of class)
3. A Bible – NASB, ESV or NET Bible (Preferred)