We are pleased to announce new instructors and classes for the spring semester!
BEGINNING FEBRUARY 3: INTRODUCTION TO THEOLOGY. This course will explore how we think about truth, about God, and about the Christian worldview. How do we know what we think we know? How can we speak meaningfully about God? Is Christianity reasonable? This class will examine how modern and postmodern history has affected our understanding of knowledge and faith. Using a blend of lecture and discussion, this course is ideal for students preparing for university, and will also serve as an introduction to further study in Systematic Theology. Instructors: Drs. Neil Damgaard and Loren Rees.
HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION. When Martin Luther published the Ninety-five Theses in 1517 he unleashed a course of events which would alter history. This class will study the main events and themes of the Protestant Reformation through the mid 17th-century, focusing on the five main reform movements: Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican, Anabaptist and the Counter-Reformation. We will especially focus on the relationship between faith and power, and what following Christ entailed in difficult environments. Students will discover that the main themes of the Reformation - Scripture Alone, Christ Alone and Faith Alone -- continue to be supremely relevant to the challenges of our day. Instructor: Chris Hutchinson.
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