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October 2017
Classes [Masters/Diploma] 

New Testament: The Gospels/Life of Christ

October 16-19, 2017   |   6:00-10:00 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 Jesus of Nazareth as the solution to the cosmic problem originating in Genesis 3. This course focuses on the person, work, and teaching of Jesus provided for us in the four Gospels. *Class ends at 9:00 PM on Thursday, October 19
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Wonderment and the World – Week 6

October 18, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Charles Darwin: The Scientist Who Dared to Say That Humans Are Apes Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.
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Wonderment and the World – Week 7

October 25, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Johnny Appleseed and the Blossoming of the American Garden Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.
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November 2017
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Wonderment and the World – Week 8

November 1, 2017   |   6:00 AM-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Wendell Berry and the Ethics of Food Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.
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Jingle Bell Blues

November 2, 2017   |   6:30-8:00 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

What do you do when life isn’t like a Hallmark movie? You know, when a child reunites with an estranged parent, or someone enters a new relationship, all with cheery Christmas decorations in the background—the stuff of Hallmark fiction. Then there are the rest of us, some of whom dislike the holidays all together. How can we deal with the “blues” that often accompany this time of year? In “Jingle Bell Blues,” Dr. Scott Hamilton, professor of pastoral care and…
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Wonderment and the World – Week 9

November 8, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Statistics and Stories: How to Talk to the Public About Extinction, Climate, and Other Hard Truths Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.
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Wonderment and the World – Week 10

November 15, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Loving our World: Rituals and Restoration in Cultures around the World Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.
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January 2018
LCLI [Local Church Learning Initiative] 

Freedom in the Groove: Jazz, God, and the Good Life

January 9, 2018   |   6:30-8:30 PM    |    Bozeman Public Library    |    Bozeman, MT

What is “The Good Life” for humans, and how can we try to live it? How can groups of humans with different ideas about The Good Life – including belief in God – live alongside each other? The history of both philosophy and theology show a constant and wide-ranging concern for these questions. Professor David Wilmington will use music and video examples to show that Jazz has much to teach us about defining and practicing an inspired and hopeful vision…
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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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