Fall Schedule

Pretty excited about the classes starting soon at the college.

We’re hoping that a lot of men and women will see this as a great ongoing educational opportunity and sign up to audit a class!!

If you’d like to register either e-mail us at [email protected] or visit the web site (which is still under development) at http://www.kilnscollege.org/ and look under “academics”.

Here is the Fall 2008 Schedule:

Designed to give students a chronological progression of history from Creation to current events. Philosophies, religions, literature, culture, and ideas that shape humanity are all explored in this framework. Insight is broken down into four modules. The first two modules cover the ancient and classical world, including its ideas, developments, and people. Modules 3 and 4 cover the expanding and modern world, beginning with the collapse of the Roman Empire and ending with current global issues.

Credits: 2, Instructor: Kimberley Hunt – Monday’s 6:30 – 9 p.m.

This class will look at the idea of personal calling and mission throughout scripture along with several select readings from throughout church history. The topic deals with the idea of God’s purpose for your life and your own unique gifting and preparation for ministry. Each student will engage in personal profile studies and assessments as well as spend time outside class in solitude exercises. There will also be a lot of discussion on faith, submission, prayer and spiritual disciplines.

The goal would be for students to finish the class with a deeper trust in God’s sovereign purposes for their life, greater clarity and direction for ministry and a growing desire and ability to spend time with and listening to God.

Credits: 2, Instructor: Ken Wytsma – Thursdays 6:30 -8 p.m.

The purpose of the course is to present an introductory examination of the relationship between the Biblical text and archaeology. The main outcome goals are (1) to show how archaeology confirms the historical context of scripture, and (2) to show how archaeology illuminates the Biblical text.

Credits: 2, Instructor: Mike Caba – Tuesdays 6:30 – 9 p.m.

The purpose of the course is to hone our abilities as ambassadors for Christ, to present a winsome and reasoned defense of the truth of Christianity. The main goals are (1) to understand and address the key modern challenges to the validity of Christianity, (2) to provide students with the resources to go deeper into the various issues in modern apologetics, and (3) to understand the role of tact and character in apologetics ministry.

Credits: 2, Instructor: Rick Gerhardt – Wednesdays 7:00 – 9 p.m.



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