Monthly Archives: June 2013

Trinitarianism #4 – Incommunicable Attributes of God, Part 1

What makes God, God? What is the definition of God? What characteristics does God have that make Him worthy of the title God? Having now defined God philosophically as “that which above the arch,” this lesson will further examine what … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #3 – The Existence of God

Upon completion of this session, the student should have an understanding of the major arguments for the existence of God. The student will be challenged to answer the question “Why is there something rather than nothing?” learning that all responses … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #2 – The Knowability of God

Can the finite comprehend the infinite? Can limited humans understand the unlimited God? Should we even attempt to study Him considering our limitations? There are many objections to the study of God. Many say that God cannot be known since … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #1 – Introduction and Worldviews

What is God? How should he be defined? What is the difference between the Christian view of God and that of other religions? Often these pivotal questions are left unanswered, leaving no foundation for the rest of ones theology of … Continue reading

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Bibliology and Hermeneutics #11 – Personal Bible Study

This “extra” class was not from the original Bibliology class but added to give the student some suggestions on starting a personal Bible Study of their own. We used some slides prepared by Pastor Drake Torp-Pedersen of Terrell Bible Church … Continue reading

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