Fall 2019 Courses

Check here to see our upcoming course offerings for the Fall 2019 Semester. Classes begin in September.

Now Announcing Fall 2019 Courses

Judiasm, Christianity, Islam: Related Religious Traditions (2)

Mondays at 6:30 P.M.
La Canada Presbyterian Church

Instructor: Dr. Reinhard Krauss

This course analyzes the complex interrelatedness of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The aim is to present these religions as living traditions whose historical origins, current interactions, and future development is the dynamic context for ministry in the multi-religious contemporary world. A dynamic slate of renowned guest scholars will present their unique grasp of the internal ethos of each of these traditions and their relationship to each other.  


Introduction to Christian Theology

Online Course with several face-to-face meetings
Instructor: Dr. Janna Gosselin

Christian beliefs and practices are inseparable in the formation of Christian identity. One cannot be a Christian without believing in certain fundamental doctrines, yet neither can one be a Christian without participation in certain fundamental practices. In this course, we will examine the doctrines of God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Trinity  and Humanity/Humankind while we also examine practices including Sabbath-keeping. Communion, Prayer, Praise/Gratitude and Creation care. As we examine belief and practice, we will look for the intriguing intersections between doctrine and discipline. NOTE: Weekly presentations, discussions, and assignments will be online; class participants will meet face to face at least two times (TBA). 


Reformed Theology / Celtic Theology

Online Course with several face-to-face meetings
Instructor: Dr. Rebecca Prichard

This hybrid course will consider the central tenets of Reformed Theology in light of recent work in Celtic history, theology, and spirituality. We will consider themes such as Revelation, Nature and Grace, Trinity, Christology, and Church through a Celtic lens. Traditional doctrinal theologians will be in dialogue with Celtic Christian writers both ancient and contemporary. NOTEWeekly presentations, discussions, and assignments will be online; class participants will meet face to face at least two times (TBA). 


The Book of John

Thursdays at 6:30 P.M.
La Canada Presbyterian Church

Instructor: Dr. Peter Hintzoglou

This Fall 2019 class will be a book study of the Book of John with a careful exegesis of the text. John’s gospel is unique in that it is more theological in nature and more thematic than the Synoptic Gospels. The book of John sees Jesus’ miracles as physical signs of something greater. In this class, Dr. Hintzoglou will argue that these physical signs point to a spiritual reality of what Jesus and the Father can do on the spiritual level. Dr. Hintzoglou will explicate this thesis within the context of the class. 


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2019 Fall Course Registration Form
  • Judaism, Christianity, Islam: Related Religious Traditions (2)

  • Introduction to Christian Theology

  • Reformed Theology/Celtic Theology
  • The Book of John
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