On March 31, Marvin Olasky (editor of World magazine) will teach a one-day Sunday School class on politics and Christianity; 9:30-10:30a in the Kiker library. He’ll be helping us to think about some “big picture” principles for applying the Bible to current events without either underusing or overusing Scripture (i.e., without either ignoring the Bible on issues where it's clear or using it for political advantage on issues where it's unclear).
The class will then break until April 28, when it will run for four weeks (4/28 – 5/19), on some of the psalms by King David, and what they show us about Christ and Christian spirituality. The class will be led by ruling elder Bob Hardister, in the Kiker Library from 9:30a-10:30a.
We host a topical Sunday School class a few times a year, for five weeks at a time. When the class is in session, it runs from 9:30a-10:30a (with the worship service at 10:45a), in the Kiker library. The class is primarily geared toward adults and teenagers, but interested children are also welcome to join. We have a nursery available for children 3 and under.
From January 13–February 10, the class covered common objections to Christianity:
1/13 Is the Bible reliable?
1/20 Why is there evil and suffering?
1/27 How can there be one true religion? How can a loving God send people to hell?
2/3 Christians are hypocrites and/or bigots. Hasn't organized religion has promoted injustice?
2/10 Hasn't science disproved Christianity?
During the 10:45a Worship Service
During the worship service (10:45a—12:15p), nursery care is available for children 3 and under, and during the sermon, parents may send children (aged 3–7) to a Bible class.
Contact Tim Fox for more information.