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WMN203 – Devotion to Jesus: The Divinity of Christ in Earliest Christianity

WMN203 – Devotion to Jesus: The Divinity of Christ in Earliest Christianity

Course Dates: October 8 – December 10, 2018

Dr. Larry Hurtado contends that worship of Jesus was a very early, widespread and radical practice for 1st century believers. A renowned professor at Edinburgh College, Hurtado is an expert in Christian origins. In this course, Hurtado utterly refutes those skeptical scholars that propose that belief in the divinity of Jesus grew incrementally over time. The more plausible explanation is that Jesus believed he had a unique relationship with God and that he was God’s decisive agent in human history.

Lessons Include:

  1. Introduction to Jesus Devotion
  2. Roman and Jewish Backgrounds
  3. Jesus in the Letters of Paul
  4. Jesus in Jewish Christianity
  5. Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels
  6. Jesus in the Gospel of John
  7. The Costs and Consequences of Jesus Devotion
  8. How Did It Happen? Why Does It Matter Today?

2.0 CEUs are available.

Price: $50

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Michael Beardslee

Michael was born and raised near the muddy banks of the Arkansas River in Kansas. Currently working on a PhD (Intercultural Studies) from Fuller Seminary, he has completed prior work in theology at Friends University (B.A.), Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (M.A.), and Trinity International University (Th.M). His current research concerns Christian identity as it regards Christianity’s new, global pluralism. Michael splits his time between study, many hobbies, and spending time with his wife, Sarah, and two girls. Additionally, he serves as an Affiliate Professor with Southwestern College Professional Studies, and leads many of the Wesley Lay Academy classes on BeADisciple.

 

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