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The study of anthropology is vital to the Christian. "We must now speak of the creation of man, not merely because he, among all the works of God, is the most notable example of the Creator's justice, wisdom, and goodness, but because, as we have already said, we can have no clear and real knowledge of God without some corresponding knowledge of ourselves. This knowledge our ourselves is twofold: namely, to know what we were like when we were first created and what our condition became after the fall (Calvin, Institutes, I.xv.1).
COURSE DATE/ TIME/ AND LOCATION: The course begins on September 6th and runs for 14 weeks. It is from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. The class class location is at Heritage Baptist Church, 4609 Greenwood Road, IL 60098.
COURSE FEE: The cost for this course is $100 per individual or per family (sharing sets of notes). However, as with all the courses, there are exceptions in special cases.
This course is designed to lead the student in a survey of the doctrines connected with man and his fall. Attention is given to the original state of man and the consequent state of man after the fall.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: After completing this course, the student should be able to: *Outline the various modern views on man and significance of study of theological anthropology; *Define and discuss the origin, unity, constitution, and image of God in man; *Provide a proper understanding of the idea of original and actual sin; *Outline the Pelagian and semi-Pelagain view of man.
COURSE OUTLINE: An Introduction to the Doctrine of Man The Origin of Man The Unity of Man The Constitution of Man The Image of God in Man The Covenant of God with Man The Origin of Sin The Inheritance of Adam‚Äôs Sin Personal Sin Total Depravity Human Responsibility Pelagianism Semi-Pelagianism
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Rev. Dr. Timothy A. Williams, B.A. M.A., PhD.