Angels, Man & Sin

This study answers these questions and more as it traces the entrance of sin and evil in the angelic order and consequently into the human race:

Who and what are the angelic beings we find in scripture?

How are they involved with man and his sin?

Why did God create us?

What does scripture mean by “soul” and “spirit”?

What is sin?

Do we inherit guilt from Adam?

What principles determine the way God relates to us? 

 

  • ONLINE ZOOM CLASS (Formerly LIVE Rockwall Class)
    Wednesdays, 9:30 - 11:30 am
    Class Dates: 9/16/2020 through 11/4/2020
    Zoom Class
    Zoom link will be available in Student Access page for this class, and also emailed the day before semester begins.
    Professor: Bo Patterson    Class intro video
    Textbook: Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem (Available here)
    Textbook: Bible
    Tuition: $100.00 (INCLUDES: 8 weekly Zoom lessons, access to audio recordings, downloadable notes and hand outs.)

Difficult Doctrines ZOOM - Course 1

In this 3 lesson online ZOOM course, Professor Graham Hale begins a series of classes titled Difficult Doctrines. In Course 1, The Trinity, the Incarnation of Christ, and the Holy Spirit will all be explained. These 3 doctrines are important for all Christians to understand.  The lessons are each 1 hr in length.

Is the God of the Bible one or three?

Is Jesus truly God or truly man?

Who is the Holy Spirit and what does He do?

How does theology help me practically?

  • ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
    Monday, 9:30 - 10:30 am
    Class Dates: 10/5/2001 through 10/19/2001
    Zoom Class
    Zoom link will be available in Student Access page for this class, and also emailed the day before semester begins.
    Professor: Graham Hale    Class intro video
    Textbook: Christian Beliefs: Twenty Basics Every Christian Should Know - by Wayne Grudem (Available here)
    Tuition: $30.00 (Includes: Three 1-hour lessons, and power point file)

Suffering is Never For Nothing: An Exposition of Job

These "age-old" questions and many more will be explored in this essential course covering the book of Job and the doctrine of suffering.

Why does a loving God allow evil and suffering?

Why does God often reveal Himself through suffering?

Does God really control our darkest days?

Why do good people suffer and how could God let it happen?

How do our prayers work together with God’s sovereignty?

  • TYLER
    Tuesdays, 9:30 - 11:30 am
    Class Dates: 9/15/2020 through 11/3/2020
    202 S. Broadway, Tyler, TX
    Bethel Bible, 3rd floor
    Professor: Ross Strader    Class intro video
    Child Care: None
    Textbook: The Message of Job (Bible Speaks Today) (Available here)
    Textbook: OPTIONAL: Suffering is Never for Nothing by Elisabeth Elliot (Available here)
    Textbook: OPTIONAL: If God Is Good: Faith in the Midst of Suffering and Evil by Randy Alcorn (Available here)
    Tuition: $100.00 (INCLUDES: 8 weekly lessons in class, access to audio recordings, downloadable notes and hand outs. HEALTH & SAFETY: Efforts to distance students will be made. If at anytime the host facility restricts meeting in person, this class will transition to Zoom for remaining lessons.)
  • ONLINE ZOOM CLASS (EXPOSITION OF JOB)
    Tuesdays, 9:30 - 11:30 am
    Class Dates: 9/15/2020 through 11/3/2020
    Zoom Class
    Zoom link will be available in Student Access page for this class, and also emailed the day before semester begins.
    Professor: Ross Strader    Class intro video
    Textbook: The Message of Job (Bible Speaks Today) (Available here)
    Textbook: OPTIONAL: Suffering is Never for Nothing by Elisabeth Elliot (Available here)
    Textbook: OPTIONAL: If God Is Good: Faith in the Midst of Suffering and Evil by Randy Alcorn (Available here)
    Tuition: $100.00 (INCLUDES: 8 weekly ZOOM lessons, access to audio recordings, downloadable notes and hand outs.)

Truth in a World of "isms": Understanding World View & World Religions

These questions and more will be explored in this important and timely course!

Why are there so many divisions in the world today?

How should Christian's respond to other beliefs?

Why should I care what others believe as long as I know what I believe?

Could you explain the Gospel to an atheist, Muslim or agnostic?

Why does the world seem so antagonistic toward Christianity today?

Would God really punish someone who was raised in Hindu culture and never heard the Gospel?

  • Tyler
    Wednesdays, 9:30 - 11:30 am
    Class Dates: 9/16/2020 through 11/4/2020
    1607 Troup Hwy, Tyler, TX 75701
    Green Aces Baptist Church, Lighthouse Bldg, Rm 360
    Professor: Chris Legg    Class intro video
    Child Care: Not available at this time.
    Textbook: Bible
    Textbook: OPTIONAL: The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog, 5th Edition by James W. Sire (Available here)
    Tuition: $100.00 (INCLUDES: 8 weekly lessons in class, access to audio recordings, downloadable notes and hand outs. HEALTH & SAFETY: Efforts to distance students will be made. If at anytime the host facility restricts meeting in person, this class will transition to Zoom for remaining lessons.)
  • Longview
    Thursdays, 9:30 - 11:30 am
    Class Dates: 9/17/2020 through 11/5/2020
    625 E. Loop 281, Longview, Texas 75605
    Mobberly Baptist Church, The Bridge, Rm D103/104 (new room location)
    Professor: Clint Wright    Class intro video
    Child Care: None
    Textbook: The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog, 5th Edition by James W. Sire (Available here)
    Textbook: Bible
    Tuition: $100.00 (INCLUDES: 8 weekly lessons in class, access to audio recordings, downloadable notes and hand outs. HEALTH & SAFETY: Efforts to distance students will be made. If at anytime the host facility restricts meeting in person, this class will transition to Zoom for remaining lessons.)