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Redeemer Theological Academy begins

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Beginning on Aug. 28, Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2000 Diamond Dr.,  will host a new series titled, “Redeemer Theological Academy.”

The purpose of the academy is to offer seminars and courses free of charge to the community, explaining what the historic Christian faith is, what they believe and why they believe it. 

For those who are Christian, it will help them better articulate the historic tenants of the faith. For those who are not Christian, it will help them grow in their appreciation for what Christians believe. 

Seminars will include such topics as Chirst in the Psalms, the attributes of God, the Trinity, Christology, survey of the Old Testament scriptures, survey of the New Testament scriptures, church history and more. 

These courses are designed to help people articulate what they believe and why they believe it. All classes are taught by Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier and are at 7 p.m. For more information, call 662-0782.

 

Aug. 21:  Redeemer Theological Academy with guest speaker Dr. Reed Lessing from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. He’ll give a presentation in the Psalms.

Aug. 28: The attributes of God (part one). In the class, participants will discuss who God is. 

Sept. 4: The attributes of God (part two). Participants will continue their discussion as they continue to learn to believe who God says he is.

Sept. 11: The Holy Trinity (intro.) The historical settings and language of the church revolving around the teaching of the doctrine of the Blessed Holy Trinity will be discussed. The goal of this class is to gain a clear way in which to communicate the Christian faith.

Sept. 18: The Holy Trinity (New Testament, part one) The revelation of the Holy Trinity in the gospels will be discussed.

Sept. 25: The Holy Trinity (New Testament, part two). The revelation of the Holy Trinity in the epistles will be discussed.

Oct. 2: The Holy Trinity (Old Testament, part one). The revelation of the Holy Trinity in the five books of Moses will be discussed.

 Oct. 9: The Holy Trinity (Old Testament, part two). The revelation of the Holy Trinity in the writing of the prophets will be discussed.