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January 2018
Classes [Masters/Diploma] 

New Testament: From Acts to Revelation

January 29-February 2, 2018   |   9:00 AM-12:00 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

The New Testament continues and consummates the drama begun in the Old Testament. In particular, it focuses on the early church’s understanding of Jesus, how to be the ‘body of Christ’, and the consummation of time in the Book of Revelation. Application is made to the church today.
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Apologetics: Living Christ in a Pluralist World

January 29-February 1, 2018   |   1:00-5:00 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

What does it mean to live and promote the ‘good news’ of Jesus in a pluralist world? This course covers the practice of following and witnessing to Christ in a world of competing religions and worldviews. The course gives an overview of select world religions (Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism), secularism, scientism and consumerism, with a selection of Christian engagements.
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February 2018
Classes [Masters/Diploma] 

The Church and the Mission of God

February 12-16, 2018   |   9:00 AM-12:00 PM    |    Christ the King Church    |    Bellingham, WA

Ecclesia – “the called out ones” is the outworking of Christian faith in the life of the individual believer and, more importantly, in the church in particular. In this course, the student moves from a focus on the changed life to changing lives. The course explores the nature of the church as the body of Christ, community life in the Spirit, and the nature of movement, or better, mission, as the vocation of the church. The student finds out that…
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Old Testament: Torah and the Histories

February 12-15, 2018   |   1:00-5:00 PM    |    Christ the King Church    |    Bellingham, WA

The Old Testament is vast, spanning from the creation of the cosmos to the exile of God’s people Israel. In this course, we examine the particular contexts, images, and stories of the Torah and the histories (Genesis-2 Kings), focusing on theology and interpretation to show how Scripture unfolds as one magnificent drama that situates us in relationship to God and his world. Register for this course via the CTK website (link below.) Registration Deadline is January 8, 2018!
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