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FALL 2020

Beginning September 14th

 Doubting Your Doubts:Studies in Doubt and Progressive Christianity

Due to COVID, we are offering the option to take this course in person OR online.

In person gatherings begin Monday, September 14th and will run every Monday for 8 weeks from 7:00-8:15pm


Our online class will include pre-recorded lectures as well as regular times of question and answer with the instructor. This course will also begin on Monday, September 14th and will run for 8 weeks.

Description: Doubt about one's faith is one of the biggest struggles believers face, and yet it is one of the most dismissed topics in the Church today. Those who have unaddressed doubts often times turn to embrace a false form of Christianity called Progressive Christianity. This course will explore doubt, Progressive Christianity, and how believers should navigate both of these areas.

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Weekly Class Schedule

Week 1 – Doubt

  • Definitions

  • Sources of doubt

  • Biblical examples of doubt

Week 2 - Deconstructionism/progressive Christianity

  • Definitions

  • What progressive Christianity is NOT, and why the distinction is important

  • Is progressive Christianity Christian?

Week 3 - Defense of the Bible

  • Doctrine of inerrancy

  • What does it mean to read the Bible literally?

  • Survey of competing doctrines to biblical inerrancy

Week 4 - Defense of the resurrection

  • Examination of the evidence

  • The importance of 1 Corinthians 15

  • A progressive Christian’s understanding of the resurrection


Weeks 5-7 will each consist of a case study. In each class we will look at the story of a different person who has either walked away from their faith because of doubt or have embraced a form of progressive Christianity because of doubt. This will be an opportunity to discuss as a class how we can walk with people through their doubt in an effort to help them avoid walking away in the first place.


Week 5 - Case Study #1

Week 6 - Case Study #2

Week 7 - Case Study #3


In-Person Class - COVID precautions

Our in-person class on Monday evenings will have the following measures in place to ensure the safety of all of our students:
  1. The class size will be limited to 20 students to ensure the ability to sit 6' apart.

  2. all students will sit at a table at least 6' from other students

  3. all students and instructors must wear a mask anytime they are not sitting at their table.

  4. hand sanitizer will be required for all students and instructors each time they enter and exit the building.

  5. students who feel ill or have a fever, or who live in a household with someone who has a fever must move to the online class until they have been fever-free for at least 72 hours.