This Blog is for the classes I teach at Cedar Boulevard Neighborhood Church on Wednesday nights.
The current class is “Ecclesiology and Eschatology.” It is the sixth and last course in The Theology Program. This course is a study of both the nature and purpose of the Church and a study of the end times. The purpose of this course is to orient people to the program of God throughout the ages, understanding how the Church fits in to His program. The vital relationship between one’s view of the Church and one’s view of the end times will be emphasized. We will come to the understanding that while orthodox Christianity has always believed that Christ is coming back, there are many differences concerning the details of His coming. What is the Church? Why is the Church here? What is the Church supposed to be doing? And how it the Church supposed to do it? These are questions of Ecclesiology. What does the future hold? What are the events that we should expect to happen when God brings about the end of His current plan? Why are there so many conflicting interpretations about the millennium, the tribulation, and the rapture? These are questions of Eschatology.
We will meet Wednesday nights, 7-8 p.m. for ten class sessions, beginning March 5, 2014, and finishing May 14, 2014.
Cedar Boulevard Neighborhood Church
38325 Cedar Boulevard
Newark, CA 94560
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