Sundays, November 5-26 • 9:50 a.m.
Leader: Steve Hancock
Protestant theological roots can refresh and renew our faith as we experience deeper dimensions of our Protestant heritage. Key dimensions of Protestant theological understandings provide a vision for Christian life in the church. An appropriate slogan continues to be: “The church reformed and always being reformed according to the Word of God.” The churches that emerged from the efforts of the Protestant reformers were not perfect churches by any stretch! The same is true for today—no church fully arrives in being all God wants the church to be. Participants in this class will explore some of the theological themes and issues that grew from reformers of the 16th century and will examine the important ways they continue to influence the world, the church, and the lives of Christians today.