Fall 2019 Registration

Micro-Course Monday – “Reaching Our Religious Friends: Understanding our Catholic Friends”

Multiple Instructors

Schedule: Monday, September 9, 6:00-9:00p. One evening session only.

Course Description: This course will cover the historical development of the modern Catholic church, the current theology and philosophy of the Catholic system of religion, and firsthand accounts of formerly Catholic individuals from our church family.

BI 403 – Systematic Theology III: Man, Sin, & Salvation

Pastor Kent Hobi

Schedule: Thursdays, September 5-November 7, 6:30p-8:00p. 1 Credit. 10 sessions.

Course Description: Systematic Theology III is the study of the Bible doctrines of man (Anthropology), sin (Hamartiology), and salvation (Soteriology). The course seeks to correlate what the Bible has to say on each one of these topics in order to bring a cohesiveness to your disciple-making skills. You do not need to have taken Systematic Theology I or II to register for Systematic Theology III. The classes handle different doctrines, non-sequential in nature.

Textbooks

A Systematic Theology, Volumes 2 & 3. (McCune, 2005). ISBN: 978-0-9822527-0-3.

The Gospel According to Jesus. John McArthur. (Zondervan, 2008) ISBN-10: 0310287294.


Systematic Theology III

Micro-Course Monday