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"He who did not spare His own Son but gave Him up for us all, how will He not also with Him graciously give us all things?" -Romans 8:32

Course Outline

The Gospel of Genesis

Eschatological Structure:

Creator God as Cosmic Redeemer:

The First Adam and the Last Adam:

Judgment, Salvation & the Oracle of Destiny:

The City of God and the City of Man (Cf. St. Augustine):

The Flood of Noah & Prophetic Judgment:

The History of the World that Was:

The Historical Beginnings of the World that Is:

"ANYTIME" can become a good time to break out the Lord's word...

"Open my eyes, that I may behold Wonderful things from Your law" (Psalm 119:18).

 Theology is an activity done largely through the process of good reading. Read carefully. Read charitably. Read with others. Read with expectation that you will learn from others, even when you disagree with their main point. Read even when a text is dense and difficult, for you will learn perseverance and fortitude here. Read that which seems trite and obvious, asking how others might object or criticize. Most importantly, read because God was willing to reveal Himself in written words, and because we can best witness to God's grace with corresponding words. Read because words matter in God's economy of grace.

-Dr. Michael Allen, KNOX Theological Seminary

SETECA: Seminario Teológico Centroamericano

 Teaching on "WHY" we need to leave our comfort-zone to spread Christ's message of salvation, via Luke's account of Philip's encounter on the road to Gaza. (Acts 8:26-39)

C.E.C.A.M., Summer '13

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