Monthly Archives: January 2013

Intro to Theology #7 – Traditions in Christian Theology

What is the difference between Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism? What does it mean to be Evangelical? Why are there so many denominations? This session overviews the history of Christianity with the intent of explaining what are the basic … Continue reading

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Intro to Theology #6 – Defining Essentials and Non-Essentials

What are the essential beliefs that make a Christian a Christian? What are the core beliefs that someone must believe to be saved? Are there truths that are relative? If so, how do we know which ones? In this session … Continue reading

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Intro to Theology #5 – Christian Epistemology

What kind of questions are Christians to be prepared to answer today? Modernists ask questions that are rational. Did Christ really rise from the grave? Is the Bible reliable? Postmodernists ask questions that are emotional. Why does God allow evil … Continue reading

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Intro to Theology #4 – Postmodern Epistmology

Why is truth devalued in our culture today? What is Postmodernism? We live in a different world than we did just 30 years ago. People think differently today about the reality and nature of truth. Your truth is your truth, … Continue reading

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