Seminar List

FALL SEMINAR BEGINS: How to Share Your Faith and Values Effectively with Non-Believers

Posted: Saturday, August 15th, 2015

Taught by two fantastic Areopagus resources–Dr. Jefrey Breshears and Bruce Phillips–this 12-week seminar course is ideal for Christians who want to broaden and deepen their understanding of the Christian faith so as to be prepared to explain and defend what they believe and why they believe it.

**There is a tuition fee for this course of $50 per person, or $90 per couple. Registration will take place immediately before the first session.

Wednesdays, starting Aug 19
7:00 pm
Johnson Ferry Baptist Church
Room 108

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Tuesdays, starting Sep 1
7:00 pm
Perimeter Church
Fellowship Hall

Ongoing Sunday Morning Class: Christianity Through the Centuries

Posted: Friday, July 31st, 2015

Dr. Jefrey Breshears’ systematic, in-depth study of Christian history will focus on the Constantinian era (c. 300-450), one of the most important and influential periods in all of Christian history.

Sundays, starting Aug 16
11:15 am
Johnson Ferry Baptist Church

Winter Seminar Starts Soon!

Posted: Monday, January 5th, 2015

Our Winter Seminar begins this month!

Satan’s
Bookshelf
The Worst Books Ever Written…
and Why Christians Should Know Them!

A new Areopagus apologetics seminar on the most influential books in modern history that have distorted reality, corrupted morality, and undermined Christian values.

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Beyond the Bible

Posted: Friday, January 3rd, 2014

An Introduction to the Best in Christian Literature from the Close of the New Testament to Augustine

Instructor:
Dr. Jefrey Breshears

Time and Location:
Tuesdays, beginning Jan. 14
7:15 PM
Perimeter Church / Midtown Auditorium

Course Fee:
$50/person or $90/couple.
(All Registration is at the door)

Description:
What was happening in Christian history, and what was being written after the close of the New Testament? This course is a follow-up to last semester’s “Seminar in Bibliology”, and offers an introduction to the best in early Christian literature from circa 95 – 430 A.D. You’ll find much of this material to be surprisingly relevant to the situation the church is in today.