Current and Upcoming Courses
Smoke Rise Baptist Church March 11-March 25 ; April 15- May 13 | Sundays, 4:00-6:30pm
5901 Hugh Howell Rd, Stone Mountain, GA 30087
“An Introduction to Church History” Dr. Loyd Allen, Teaching/Mentor - This course is a survey of the development of the Christian Church from its inception to the present. It will provide an examination of the living faith community of the Church as it has developed intellectually, spiritually, and institutionally. Students will gain a historical basis for applying head, heart, and hands as part of the universal church in contemporary times.
First Baptist Church, Roswell March 11- April 29 | Sundays, 6:00-8:30pm
710 Mimosa Blvd, Roswell, GA 30075
“An Introduction to New Testament” Dr. Christopher Holmes, Teaching/Mentor - This course will provide a deeper acquaintance with the contents, style, and substance of the New Testament. It will introduce participants to theological, historical, and literary issues related to reading and interpreting the New Testament, and focus on how “theological voices” might inform faithful and Christ-like living in the 21st century. It will provide examples of “negotiating” faithful Christian identity and practice in particular times and places.
Christian Fellowship Baptist Church March 12-April 30 | Mondays, 6:30-9:00pm
1500 Norman Dr, Atlanta, GA 30349
“An Introduction to Christian Theology” Dr. Jeffrey Willets, Teaching/Mentor - This course explores the interaction between theology and practice, the history of theological thought with focus on the central Christian doctrines that have shaped the community of faith. The course surveys the basic components of Christian doctrine and the task of Christian theology.
Peachtree Baptist Church March 11- May 6 | Sundays, 6:00-8:30pm
2108 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329 Will not meet Easter Sunday
“Biblical Backgrounds” Dr. David Garber, Teaching/Mentor - This course explores the composition and development of Scripture in its historical context. It will focus on the influence of archaeology, language, geography, culture and other civilizations on the Bible. It will address the development of the Canon of Scripture into its present form and important issues such as the inspiration and interpretation of Scripture.