Training in Theology Certificates
All Christians have been commissioned by Christ to be His agents of hope in the world. Christian leaders are called to lead others in their understanding and appreciation of our great God and his work. This certificate will provide a solid theological foundation that will enable you to do that as effectively as possible.
Foundations in Theology Certificate
Certificate Cost: $60.00
|TT1||Theology 1: Revelation and Who God Is||Gerry Breshears||5||There are core beliefs that should be shared by all evangelical Christians. While there are certainly areas with which we can agree to disagree, there is a core of common beliefs that unite us around the person of Jesus Christ. In this class, Dr. Breshears discusses specifically those core topics.|
|TT2||Theology 2: Humans, Jesus and the Holy Spirit||Gerry Breshears||5|
|TT3||Theology 3: Salvation, the Church and the Kingdom||Gerry Breshears||5|
The Gospel and Theology Certificate
Certificate Cost: $60.00
|TB6||Introduction to Theology, Revelation and Salvation||Gerry Breshears||3||
There are core beliefs that should be shared by all evangelical Christians. While there are certainly areas with which we can agree to disagree, there is a core of common beliefs that unite us around the person of Jesus Christ. In this class, Dr. Breshears discusses specifically those core topics.
|TT4||What is the Gospel?||Mark Cortez||5||This Lay Leadership Training course is designed to help believers reconsider their understanding of the Gospel. What is the Gospel? How is the Gospel related to the eternal plan of God? What does the Gospel mean to each believer today? Dr. Marc Cortez, answers these and other critical questions that, in the answering, will help to revolutionize your Christian walk.|
|TB5||Gospel, Salvation and Other Religions||Todd Miles||7||Western Christianity’s interaction with world religions used to be, for the most part, overseas. Today, “religious others” often live next door. At a changing time when one public prayer spoken during the 2009 U.S. presidential inauguration festivities was addressed to “O god of our many understandings,” the evangelical Christian church should do more than simply dismiss non-Christian religions as pagan without argument or comment. The Church needs a theology of religions that is Christ-honoring, biblically faithful, intellectually satisfying, compassionate, and that will encourage Spirit-powered mission.|