LA TBD GREAT BOOKS OF CHRISTENDOM: Learn About Great Literature That Still Influences Us Today

C. S. Lewis wrote ” I do not wish the ordinary reader to read no modern books. But if he must read only the new or only the old, I would advise him to read the old.” A Great Books curriculum adopts this sentiment by reading the books that have stood the test of time, the ones that have impacted men’s thinking.

Steven Warhurst will be teaching Great Books of Christendom this fall. The course will examine some of the influential works from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Reformation. Students will be encouraged to critically examine these works from a biblical perspective, discussing, debating, and evaluating the validity of the authors’ ideas and ethics. In doing so, the student’s worldview will be strengthened.

This is not only an accredited college class available to high school students but also a course that will pay dividends for life. Mr. Warhurst encourages students who seek exciting new paths which are adventurous and fulfilling to take this class.

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Delve into the New Testament; its history, veracity, and meaning.

The Geneva Institute of Christian Though is offering a class in New Testament Literature and Interpretation, Spring 2018. This class seeks not only to equip teachers but to deepen and enrich personal study of the New Testament. Have you ever wondered why we have four gospels? Why the apocrypha is not included in the scriptures? Or, what exactly is the “Gospel of Thomas”? This class not only explores the origins of the New Testament and its human authors but also gives students of God’s Word the tools to understand the structure and meaning of the text by teaching them about the literary forms used and making connections with the Old Testament context. It is the Institute’s goal that students of this class will gain both a firm confidence in the New Testament as an accurate testimony of Christ and an increased ability to continue to learn about God through His Word.

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