Required Book (not included)
Minter, Kelly. The Fitting Room: Putting on the Character of Christ. David C. Cook, 2017.
This course is a general study of Bible doctrine designed to introduce the student to the character of Christ. This course presents the following areas of doctrine: Christlogy, Attributes of God, Works of Christ, Sin, Salvation, and Justification.
The Bible Cafe™ provides, for its students, a deeper understanding of the Scriptures. In so doing, it is necessary to develop a thorough understanding of Christian doctrine as it is presented throughout the Bible. This course provides students with a firm theological grounding which will serve as a guide to “clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience” (Colossians 3:12 NIV).
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Explain why the characters of Christ are important virtues.
- Discuss key doctrinal terms as they relate to the nature and work of God.
- Distinguish between the differences and implications of the virtues of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.
- Understand how to remove the opposite virtues from your life.
- Differentiate between justification and salvation.
- Compare the different virtues with modern worldviews.
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Executive Director Bible Cafe™ Ministries
CHRISTINE ABRAHAM has been a parachurch director and womens ministry leader for 10+ years. She earned a Graduate of Theology degree in Biblical Studies from Liberty University. As Executive Director of the Bible Cafe™ Christine has facilitated nondenominational Bible studies for women around the world. She writes Bible Study Companion Guides for bestselling authors.