This seminar is an introduction to the best practical methods for interpreting biblical passages in their historical, cultural, grammatical, and theological context.
This seminar provides an introduction to the biblical, theological, and philosophical foundations of Christian apologetics. Content includes an examination of various apologetic methodologies and basic logic. Topics covered include questions of worldview, the existence of God, the problem of evil, the reliability of Scripture, and evidence for the Resurrection.
This seminar provides an introduction to the methodology of Christian Ethics with the intention of fostering a biblical framework for analyzing contemporary issues. Topics such as abortion, racism, sexual issues, social media, ecology, and more will be covered.
This seminar examines the biblical principals and spiritual practices of discipleship, including prayer, reading Scripture, fasting, and journaling.
This seminar provides a path to membership within Bell Creek Community Church. The content covered includes Bell Creek's mission, vision, staff, elders, history, statement of faith, ministries, and ordinances.