Evangelizing Students, Lesson 004

Sharing The Gospel Free Course, Lesson 004 Trinity Graduate School, Evangelism Course Issues of Sin Helping a non-believing student understand sin is perhaps the crux issue of sharing the Gospel. Students are in a place in life where, on most university campuses, every destructive behavior is not only available, but also encouraged. If you couple […]

Evangelizing Students, Lesson 003

Sharing The Gospel Free Course, Lesson 003 Trinity Graduate School, Evangelism Course Gospel Foundations The Gospel is at its core a message of hope. We believe that our beginning and end is with God our Father. We have our origin in Him. “Let us make man in our image” is a radical and amazing concept. […]

Evangelizing Students, Lesson 002

Sharing The Gospel Free Course, Lesson 002 Trinity Graduate School, Evangelism Course Possible Barriers to the Gospel When a coach is preparing to play an opposing team, he spends a great deal of time studying his opponent in order to discern that team’s weaknesses, as well as in what ways that team will be strongest […]

Sharing the Gospel With Students, Lesson 001

Sharing The Gospel Free Course, Lesson 001 Trinity Graduate School, Evangelism Course Sharing the Gospel with students can be a challenging and rewarding experience. Because the vast majority of Christians received Christ before the age of 22, it is of paramount importance that we as believers work hard to expose students to the Gospel.

Postmodernism Course, Lesson 006

Free Bible Seminary Course On Postmodernism, Lesson 006 Postmodern Essay Questions 1. Do you agree that postmodernism is a dangerous deception? Why or why not? 2. Do contemporary media promote or erase boundaries? Explain. 3. Explain relativism.4. Explain the “Sokal Affair“. 5. Briefly define five “buzzwords” and use them in a paragraph. 6. Give examples […]

Postmodernism Course, Lesson 005

Free Bible Seminary Course On Postmodernism, Lesson 005 A final point should be made. You may have noticed that postmodernism is anti-order, anti-boundaries, anti-logic, anti-reality, anti-oppression, anti-government, anti-science, and anti-religion: so it is against many things, but for very little. This is a philosophy that fosters paranoia and schizophrenia, while darkening, rather than illuminating the […]

Postmodernism Course, Lesson 004

Free Bible Seminary Course On Postmodernism, Lesson 004 Christian culture is based on traditional values; subsequently there is always the tension between being a follower of Jesus and engaging in the popular culture. Modernism likes the order inherent in tradition, but chafes against tradition for tradition’s sake. Religion is perceived, for the most part, in […]

Postmodernism Course, Lesson 003

Free Bible Seminary Course On Postmodernism, Lesson 003 Politically, knowledge has, over time, moved from the hands of the few to anyone connected to technology. Knowledge has always been a commodity, but is now more so, as it is disseminated by mass media and linked to advertising. Since knowledge is also power, the state and […]

Postmodernism Course, Lesson 002

Free Bible Seminary Course On Postmodernism, Lesson 002 Another reason for concern about truthful language is based upon the necessity of a free press in a democracy. Governments that are more open and truthful tend to be healthier than those that are not. When there is erosion of truth, there is no trust; and relationships, […]