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Tuesday
Jan272015

Academy Class - January 30, 2015

Join us this Friday at 7:30 p.m. when our Academy class resumes.

Dr. Riddlebarger will return to our study of Dr. Michael Horton's book The Christian Faith.  We will pick up our discussion/lecture where we left off previously in chapter eight, page 278, and Dr. Horton’s discussion of the Holy Trinity. 

Thursday
Oct022014

Academy Class - October 3, 2014

Join us on Friday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. for our next Academy class. Dr. Riddlebarger will conclude our four-week reading/discussion format centering on the life and times of John Calvin. This week, we will be discussing Dr. Michael Horton's book, Calvin on the Christian Life, (Crossway, 2014).

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday
Oct022014

Academy Class - October 10, 2014

Join us on Friday, October 10 at 7:30 p.m. when Dr. Rod Rosenbladt will be our special guest, lecturing on the "Trinity and the Nicene Creed."

 

 

 

Thursday
Oct022014

Academy Class - October 17, 2014

Join us on Friday, October 17 at 7:30 p.m. when Professor Kenneth Samples begins a new series entitled: If I Had Lunch with St. Augustine. This week Prof. Samples will discuss Augustine’s Intellectual & Spiritual Pilgrimage. 

The last and greatest of the men revered as the “Church Fathers” was Augustine of Hippo or “St. Augustine” (A.D. 354-430). Though Christianity has produced many prominent thinkers during the past two millennia, Augustine may be the most influential Christian thinker of all time outside of the New Testament. His significant influence, especially on Western Christianity, is directly tied to his profound work as a theologian, philosopher, apologist, and church bishop.

If you had lunch with the bishop, what would you ask him? What would you want to know about a man who was a great sinner who became a great saint?

This series of lectures will examine some of the key events in Augustine’s extraordinary life as well as explore his most important books, ideas, and accomplishments.

Textbook: Augustine, Confessions, trans. R. S. Pine-Coffin (New York: Penguin, 1961).

Thursday
Oct022014

Academy - October 24, 2014

Join us on Friday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. when Professor Kenneth Samples will continue his Academy series entitled: If I Had Lunch with St. Augustine.  This week Prof. Samples will discuss Augustine’s Most Influential Book.

The last and greatest of the men revered as the “Church Fathers” was Augustine of Hippo or “St. Augustine” (A.D. 354-430). Though Christianity has produced many prominent thinkers during the past two millennia, Augustine may be the most influential Christian thinker of all time outside of the New Testament. His significant influence, especially on Western Christianity, is directly tied to his profound work as a theologian, philosopher, apologist, and church bishop.

If you had lunch with the bishop, what would you ask him? What would you want to know about a man who was a great sinner who became a great saint?

This series of lectures will examine some of the key events in Augustine’s extraordinary life as well as explore his most important books, ideas, and accomplishments.

Textbook: Augustine, Confessions, trans. R. S. Pine-Coffin (New York: Penguin, 1961).

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