Thursdays 7:00-10:00 pm (Pacific Time)
Beginning September 30
via Livestream and Zoom
American Evangelicals are far more diverse and interesting than the troubling images we see in the media. How did a group of Bible-believing Christians become the influential political force we see today? Is that all there is to Evangelicalism in America? In this class we’ll journey through the good, the bad, and even some of the ugly as we try to understand this important religious and cultural movement.
This course will be taught by the Rev. John A. D’Elia, Ph.D.
John D’Elia is the President and Professor of Christian History and Culture at NTSW. His doctoral work focused on American Evangelicals in the post-WWII era, and he is the author of A Place at the Table: George Eldon Ladd and the Rehabilitation of Evangelical Scholarship in America (Oxford Press, 2008). John is also a working pastor, serving the First Presbyterian Church in San Luis Obispo.
This elective course is offered for Credit ($660) or Audit ($150)
Call us for more information on (626) 765-9500