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Reformation Theology Course
Grace Center for Biblical and Theological Studies

Fall 2005 Course

Reformation Theology
Theology of the Major Reformers

Fall, 2005, Course Offering

Learn about:
The greatest return in history to the authority of the Word of God in the church
The strengths of the great reformers like John Calvin, Zwingli, and Martin Luther
The five Solas of the Reformation:
the Scriptures alone
Christ alone
Faith alone
Grace alone
God's glory alone!

This course will strengthen your understanding of the development of Reformation theology and its importance for the church today.

Classes begin September 19, 2005.
Registration and Orientation for the Reformation Theology course with introduction is Monday, September 19 at 7 pm.
Twelve sessions of 2 hours each on Monday evenings,
7-9 p.m.

A small fee for class materials. Tuition is only $10 per month but scholarships may be available for those who cannot afford it but will commit to the course. Total cost: $45.

Theology and Doxology