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With the current political climate it is very difficult to sift through all the dogma, emotions and concerns related to the national political scene. Scripture gives us a clear answer to most of our concerns and there is no possible way to teach exhaustively on this matter in a timely manner.

What is a Christian’s duty in voting?  How does the church know how to vote?  What should we listen to and say about political leaders?  Should the church be invested in politics?  What about social issues and legislation?  These are hard questions to understand…

Therefore, next Tuesday we will be offering an open question and answer forum related to this issue. Please join us, be in prayer and bring your thoughts and wisdom as we look to Christ!

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Foundations of the Faith | AFM101

This course will review several of the basic tenants and essential doctrines of the Christian faith.  It will be a primer for future studies or an overview as a self-contained study.

The course will consist of eight weeks of one-hour sessions with 15 minutes of questions at the end.  The last week will be dealing with all the material and taking a two-hour time to answer any questions from the students.

Suggested reading:

  • Basic Christianity – John Stott (IVP and Baker Academic)
  • 5 Things Every Christian Needs to Grow – RC Sproul (Reformation Trust)
  • Foundations of the Christian Faith – James Boice (IVP Academic)
  • Christian Commitment – Carnell (Out of Print)
  • Westminster Catechism
  • Back to Basics – Hagopian

These titles are for personal study, not for this course.

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