Christian Anthropology: What the Bible Says About Your Body
Pastor Mike Hixson; Mr. Tony Iorillo
July 17-21 (Monday-Friday), 6:30-8:30 PM
FREE for all who register
Cost for Students Taking for Credit: Donation Requested*
What does the Bible say about our physical bodies? Are they evil, good, or neutral? Is the spiritual part of us more important than the physical? What will our glorified bodies look like? Join us as we seek to investigate God’s answers to these questions and more regarding our physical bodies. Each day of this week-long block class will have a different emphasis:
Day 1 – “The Word Became Flesh and Dwelt Among Us”:
God, the Incarnation, and Your Body
Day 2 – “I Am Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”:
Creation, Sexuality, and Your Body
Day 3 – “The Whole Creation Groans”:
Sin, the Curse, and Your Body
Day 4 – “Your Body is a Temple of the Holy Ghost”:
Salvation, Sanctification and Your Body
Day 5 – “O Death, Where Is Your Sting?”:
The Resurrection, Hope, and Your Body
Join us as we seek to investigate God’s answers to these questions and more regarding our physical bodies.
Books for Class
We will not be using one single textbook, but we will be looking at information addressed multiple books and articles. We will distribute a recommended readings list at the end of the class.
*While we are not formally charging students, we want to honor those who would want to give towards the instruction they are receiving, especially given the additional assessment and feedback to those taking the class for credit.