September 2014 CtK Guest Lecture Professor Dale S. Kuehne: "Sex and the iWorld" - Audio
What Does it Mean to Be Anglican? - Syllabus This course explored the theology, history and liturgy of the Anglican Church. Topics included the emergence of Anglicanism during the English Reformation, the basics of the Thirty-Nine Articles and the Book of Common Prayer, and the theology of Anglican worship. The purpose of this class was to deepen our understanding of and appreciation for Anglican doctrine and worship.
Class 1 - Historical Origins, the English Reformation and the Emergence of Anglicanism - Handout
Marriage Workshop - Syllabus Just married? Almost married? Married many years? Healthy marriage? Hurting marriage? Every marriage can benefit from focused attention. This course utilized the Prepare Enrich Inventory to enable couples to grow in their understanding of one another as well as God's design for our marriages. The class was taught by The Rev. David Glade and Dr. Craig Moorman.
Christ the King Membership Class This four-week course was for parishioners pursuing membership with the church.
May 2014 Guest Lecture Bishop C. FitzSimons Allison: "Trust in an Age of Arrogance"
Big Questions in an Age of Doubt: Exploring the Reliability of the Bible, the Existence of God, and the Problem of Evil - Syllabus This course built on the Fall 2013 course, "Do You Really Believe That? Responding to Modern Attacks on Biblical Christianity." We examined tough questions about the authenticity and reliability of the Bible, biblical interpretation, the existence of God, and how we deal with existence of evil and the goodness of God.
Class 1 - Biblical Scholarship: How do we know that the Bible is the Bible?- Audio
Class 2 - Biblical Interpretation: How can you tell what the meaning really is? - Audio
Class 3 - The Existence of God: How to talk intelligently about the God Who is there - Handout
Class 4: The Problem of Evil: If God is so good, why is His world so bad? - Handout - Audio
Catechism, Part II- Syllabus This was the second part of our year-long, four-part course on the New City Catechism. The catechism covers the basic, central doctrines of the Christian faith. In Part II, we covered the doctrines of sin, idolatry and redemption.
Class 1 - Q17: What is Idolatry?
Class 2 - Q18: Will God allow our disobedience and idolatry to go unpunished?
Class 3 - Q19: Is there any way to escape punishment and be brought back into God's favor?
Class 4 - Q20 - Who is the Redeemer?
Class 5 - Q21 - What sort of Redeemer is needed to bring us back to God?
Discovering God's Way of Handling Money- Syllabus This class offered a basic, biblical approach to financial topics including dealing with debt, seeking financial advice, giving, stewardship, and saving and investing.
Class 1 - God's Part and Our Part in Finances
Class 2 - Debt
Class 3 - Earning Money
Class 4 - Using Money
Class 5 - Saving and Investing Money
The Bible Says What? Tackling Difficult Scriptural Passages- Syllabus This course built on the Fall 2013 course, "Do You Really Believe That? Responding to Modern Attacks on Biblical Christianity." We examined some of the particularly "hard" passages in the Bible, with an emphasis on giving believers doctrinally sound, biblical information and equipping them with the skills and resources to handle tough questions about Scripture.
Class 1 - Saved? Born Again? What are you people talking about? - Handout - Audio
Class 2 - Truth...Not Ice Cream—Sharing Christ in a Postmodern World - Handout - Audio
Catechism, Part I - Syllabus This was the first part of our year-long, four-part course on the New City Catechism. The catechism covers the basic, central doctrines of the Christian faith. In Part I, we studied the theology of God, the doctrines of Creation and Fall, and the Ten Commandments.
Class 5 - Q7 - What Does the Law of God Require? - Handout
Class 6 - Q9 - What Does God Require in the First, Second and Third Commandments?
Class 7 - Q10 - What Does God Require in the Fourth and Fifth Commandments? - Handout
Class 8 - Q11 - What Does God Require in the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Commandments? - Audio
And Then I Had Teenagers - Syllabus A class for parents of teens, tweens, and those who walk beside them during this season of life. This class was based on the book by Susan Yates. It was co-led by the Johnstons and Rusenkos, and featured special guest lecturers.