Want to learn more about your faith and grow in knowledge and understanding, but don’t want to go to seminary full-time? Or maybe you don’t think you are the “seminary type.” Well you don’t have to enroll full-time to attend and we certainly don’t believe in seminary being right for only a certain type of people. We welcome all who want to grow in their walk and want to learn and understand new areas of their faith in Jesus. Whether it’s Church History, Biblical Counseling, or Apologetics you are interested in, consider taking a class in whatever you care about most.
Take a look at a few of the course offerings and see if you would like to sign up for a class this year and see what it’s all about. All are welcome to audit a class or stop by and sit in on a class to see what it’s like before you commit. At Redeemer we are a learning community made up of people that want to learn more about their savior Jesus Christ and how he has called us to live in fulfilling his Great Mission. We would love to have you join the Redeemer family this year.
Here are a few classes this Spring:
DOCTRINE OF SALVATION 1
This class is taught by Dr. David McWilliams and focuses on the person and work of Jesus Christ. From his deity and sonship to resurrection and victory, this classes takes a close look at Christ’s work in rescuing his people.
HISTORY OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN CHURCH
Dr. Carl Ellis explains the story of the African-American church in the United States by discussing its origins, culture, and where it is today.
This Systematic Theology course goes through the history and content of the Westminster Confession of Faith. A detailed look at the entire Confession will result in a clear understanding of a document that was intended to unite the church during a period of intense persecution. This class is taught by Professor Bill Burns.
INTRODUCTION TO WORSHIP & MUSIC
Our new Center for Worship & Music will offer its first class that will examine the ways in which we use music in our worship of God and how the beauty of music reflects the created order. This class will be led by Dr. Hannah Mowrey.
If you are interested in any of these classes and want to learn more please feel free to contact our Registrar, Cynthia Hildebrand, to learn more. You can email her at email@example.com or call at (214) 528-8600.