Tocqueville: Christianity and Culture - Syllabus This course examined the relationship between American culture and Christianity. Drawing on the insights of the nineteenth-century Christian philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville, we considered how Americans understand questions regarding God, man, and history, and how our Christian faith addresses those questions both from within and beyond our American perspective.
Romans: Themes, Theology, and Thorny Issues - Syllabus This controversial yet sublime letter explores the entirety of our lives, from unfaithfulness to resurrection. Romans provides a forceful critique to a fallen culture and a disturbing reminder to Christians that we do not yet have “the mind of Christ.” Our overview focused on prominent themes by using selected passages to highlight the message of God’s righteousness, sovereignty, and profound love.
Don't Sing Songs to a Heavy Heart, Part I- Syllabus A church family should reflect the likeness of our Good Shepherd in the care we offer each other. We read through and discussed the helpful book Don't Sing Songs to a Heavy Heart, learning how to care well for friends or family that are going through difficulties.
*This class was adapted for use at CtK. You can watch the entire video curriculum at: www.theartofmarriage.com/AfterTheEvent. (The website seems to work better with Internet Explorer than with Google Chrome.)
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