Christian History and Apologetics

We live in a post-Christian culture in which many people no longer acknowledge the reality of absolute truth and the authority of the Bible.  Unfortunately, many Christians have only a superficial knowledge and understanding of Christian history and the factual and rational bases for the Christian faith.  In order to understand the Christian faith better and share their faith more effectively in the midst of our increasingly skeptical and pluralistic culture, Christians need to be prepared to respond intelligently and lovingly to the many misconceptions and challenges posed by non-believers of all kinds -- atheists, skeptics, cultists, New Agers, honest spiritual seekers, and people of other religions.


These seminar classes, sponsored by Dr. Jefrey Breshears and The Areopagus, will broaden and deepen your understanding of the Christian faith and equip you to share the love and truth of Jesus Christ more effectively in your interactions with other Christians and non-Christians alike.



The Challenges And Opportunities Of Living In "Post-Christian" America

Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM, in the Fellowship Hall

This class begins at the origins, the legacy, and the major people, issues and events of one of the most significant and momentous periods in Christian history. Was the Reformation necessary, and if so, is it still relevant today? Taught by Dr. Jefrey Breshears, founder and president of the Areopagus. Registration: $60, or $110 per couple.