201 Basic Christianity
This practical course in the principles of the Christian life addresses topics such as faith, prayer, God's Word, the centrality of Christ, witnessing, fellowship, and the place of the Bible in daily living. With careful attention to these basics, the believer can grow in the faith and fulfill God's plan for their lives. New Christians will gain instruction in beginning their newfound spiritual life, while more mature Christians will be revived in their quest to regain their first love.
Required for the Intermediate Certificate.
Under the leadership of Dr. Douglas Knowles
B.S. Psychology, SUNY College at Oneonta; M.S. Clinical Social Work, Hunter College School of Social Work; M.Div., Bethel Seminary; D.Min. Global Church Leadership, Alliance Theology Seminary. Lead Pastor, Second Evangelical Free Church, Brooklyn.
Main Campus Schedule
- Fall I - Mondays, 6:00 pm - Douglas Knowles