WMN301 – In God’s Time: The Bible and the Future

WMN301 – In God’s Time: The Bible and the Future

Course Dates: January 14 – March 25, 2019

Enormous confusion exists today concerning the Bible’s teaching about the future. The In God’s Time course offers an alternative to sensationalist perspectives about the future, an alternative that is at once faithful and sane, readable and scholarly. The course is based on the acclaimed book of the same title by Dr. Craig C. Hill and features video lectures as well as online discussions, weekly letters, and more. In God’s Time encourages Christians both to take seriously and to think sensibly about the hope of God’s ultimate victory. It is a relatively advanced course that will appeal most to people who have a background in biblical studies, such as completion of the first year of the DISCIPLE Bible Study course.

This course will involve reading and discussion on the book In God’s Time by Craig C. Hill; participants will need a copy.

Lessons Include:

  1. Are We There Yet?
  2. The History of the Future
  3. The Covenant Future
  4. Apocalypse Then
  5. Between the Testaments
  6. Daniel
  7. Revelation
  8. Jesus and the Things to Come
  9. The Once and Future Kingdom
  10. Conclusion: Hope Unseen

2.2 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.