Course Day & Time: Mondays | 6-7:30pm CST / 7-8:30pm EST

Course Description: We will study the life letters and legacy of the Apostle Paul. The Apostle Paul is undoubtedly one of the most important figures in the history of Christianity besides Jesus. He authored 13 of the 27 books of the New Testament and he's the hero of another, Acts of the Apostles. His impact on Christianity was paramount even though he never sat under the ministry of Jesus while he was on earth.  Paul was the first great Christian theologian, establishing some of the building blocks of the faith that we now take for granted. Men like Augustine Luther and Wesley -were impacted from his letters that led to their salvation and changed the world.  We will study why this man and his teachings are important today.

Credits Available: 3 Credit Hours

Course Category: Church History

Course Material: Paul: Apostle of the Heart Set Free by FF Bruce (only available in print) and Why I Love the Apostle Paul By John Piper

To register, please contact the Bethesda Registrar at your local campus.

Hi, I’m Pastor Parris Bailey

Come meet the man who is behind most of the New Testament! The only apostle that was one "born out of due time"! He had an encounter with Christ on the Damascus Road that birthed the New Testament church throughout the Western World. His message on the centrality of the Godhead will be truly life-changing. We will study his time in history, his conversion, his mission, his message of Christ in you, redemption, sanctification, justification, and his impact on the world today. As we begin to study this man's testimony, doctrine, and his love for the church, you too will fall in love and follow in his footsteps by living a victorious life in Christ! Hope to see you in my class this semester!

Course Dates:

August 24 | Course Begins

August 31 | Final Drop Date for Refund & Status Change Date

September 7 | Labor Day - No Class

September 14 | Final Drop Date

September 24 | Automatic Incomplete for Dropped Courses

September 28 | Final Withdraw date for 50% refund

October 5-9 | Mid Terms

November 23-27 | Thanksgiving Holiday - No Class

December 7-11 | Last Week of Instruction

December 14-18 | Final Exam