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Professor: Dr. Phil Gottschalk
Thursdays, 19.15-21.45 (19 Feb-4 June)
The Christian world view will be related to competing world views, e.g. deism, atheism, naturalism, materialism, pantheism, panentheism. Also covered are the nature of the relationship faith and reason and other apologetic issues, such as the problem of evil, the possibility of incarnation and the case for the resurrection.
Professor: Dr. T. J. Marinello
Tuesdays, 19.15-21.45 (24 Feb-9 June)
How did the Church change after the Reformation? What were the major factors involved in this change? This course will provide the student with an overview of the history of the Church from the Reformation until today. This overview will focus on both the history of the Church as well as the formation of Christian theology in the modern era.
Literature Instructor: Mr. Robert Landon
Mondays, 19.00-22.00 (Note: 23 Feb-1 June. See brochure for exact dates)
Have you ever wondered about the meaning of the Old Testament? Do you wonder why we even need it in light of the New Testament? Do you wonder how it all fits together? Now is your chance to begin finding answers to those questions!
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an overview of the content and flow of the Old Testament. Additionally, backgrounds, literary types, and an overall theology of the Old Testament will be presented. Special emphasis will be made on God’s progressive revelation of Himself and His relationship to mankind.
This class is to be held in Rotterdam at:
Scots International Church
Schiedamse Vest 121
3012 BH Rotterdam