FSC Bulletin July 2006

Founders Study Center Bulletin

July 2006



Register Now for these Fall 2006 Courses!

Systematic Theology II with audio lectures by Dr. Roger Nicole

This is the second in a series of four planned courses on Systematic Theology. The first course covered the Place of Systematic Theology, Divine Revelation and the Authority of Holy Scripture. Topics in this second course include: Doctrine of God, Creation and Providence, the Doctrine of Man and Sin. Students can take the Systematic Theology courses in any order. It is not necessary to take Systematic I before taking Systematic II. Dr. Roger Nicole is a retired professor of theology emeritus at both Gordon-Cornwell Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminiary in Orlando, Florida. He is also a past president of the Evangelical Theological Society and a founding member of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy.

This course meets for 16 sessions. Students will have access to course material online until January 19, 2007 (20 weeks to complete the course). Cost: $75 (A $25 discount is provided for subscribers of the Founders Journal)

Theology of the Puritans with audio lectures by Dr. J. I. Packer

In this course Dr. Packer delivers a rich overview of Puritan theology, drawing on a lifetime of personal study and passion for the Puritans. Topics include: Purtian identity, the Scriptures in Puritan theology, salvation by grace, the conscience, Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress and church life. Dr. J. I Packer is the Board of Governors’ Professor of Theology at Regent College, in Vancouver, British Columbia.

This course meets for 16 sessions. Students will have access to course material online until January 19, 2007 (20 weeks to complete the course). Cost: $75 (A $25 discount is provided for subscribers of the Founders Journal)

A Biblical Call with audio lectures by Pastor Albert N. Martin

This course addresses the important question: What constitutes a biblical call to the work of the ministry? Topics include: six wrong reasons to enter the gospel ministry, four essential elements of the call, and the mental, spiritual and practical gifts required for the pastoral office. Pastor Al Martin has served as elder at Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, NJ since 1967.

This course meets for 10 sessions and will begin on October 16, 2006. Students will have access to course material online until January 19, 2007 (14 weeks to complete the course). Cost: $50 (A $15 discount is provided for subscribers of the Founders Journal)

Maintaining Your Spiritual Health with audio lectures by Dr. Don Whitney

Maintaining a healthy walk with God is vital for those who serve as leaders in the church, but it can be difficult in the heat of ministry. In this course students will learn to gauge and nurture spiritual health in themselves as well as in those whom they lead. Dr. Whitney serves as Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

This course meets for 10 sessions and will begin on October 16, 2006. Students will have access to course material online until January 19, 2007 (14 weeks to complete the course). Cost: $50 (A $15 discount is provided for subscribers of the Founders Journal)

Registration for the fall is now open! Fall orientation for students will open August 21, 2006; courses begin on September 4, 2006. Late registration will continue until September 22, 2006. Students must register on or before the first day of the course to avoid a late registration fee.


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