Grades 9-12, Adults
Valerie Otheim, Instructor
This series of workshops encourages high school (9th-12th grade) and early college-age students to explore the history and foundational teachings of Protestant Christianity while applying spiritual truths to life. In addition to reviewing the last 26 questions of the New City Catechism, students will delve into the historical foundation for the accuracy of the biblical text and overview basic teachings of Christianity in comparison to major world religions. Weekly group time will include a 15-30 minute video presentation and discussion highlighting common objections and questions about the Christian faith. No homework will be assigned to allow participation of students with demanding academic schedules.
Pre-requisites: Students should possess a general interest in history and theology plus a desire to be equipped to stand firm and live out God’s grace and truth in this world.
Time: Mondays 2:25-3:25
Tuition: $85/semester (Parents of registered students – $40)