Studies in Church History: Music and the History of the Church
Core course in partial fulfillment of the Lanier Certificate in Theology and Ministry
- Course Description A study of various periods, features, and developments in church history. LCTM 112 is a core course in the Lanier Certificate of Theology and Ministry.
- Course Instructors The instructor of record will be David B. Capes, Senior Research Fellow at the Lanier Theological Library. Other instructors include Randy Hatchett (Houston Baptist University), Pamela Vanderwalker (First Baptist Church of Johnson’s Ferry, Atlanta), Robert J. Morgan (The Donelson Fellowship, Nashville), John Bolin (First Baptist Church Kingsland, Katy), and Mark Lanier (by video)
- Course Requirements 10 hours of instruction including lectures and panel discussion during a weekend intensive (August 20-22, 2021); reading, independent study and a research paper are also required.
- Enrollment limited to 20 students
- Contact David Capes HERE.
- For those who can attend in person on Friday, August 20, coffee and lunch will be provided. Saturday, August 21, coffee will be provided, and lunch will be on your own.
Please Follow The Instructions In The Lessons Below.
In Person Participation - August 20-22
Location: Class sessions will be held in the Lanier Theological Library, the Stone Chapel, and the dining hall (Lamb & Scroll). The purpose of the Lanier Certificate on Theology and Mission is train ministers and laypeople in Scripture, theology and mission in order to serve the Church and God’s kingdom (Ephesians 4).
- Introductory Lecture—Hatchett (1 hr.), Friday morning, 9.00-10.00 am
- Lecture—Hatchett (1 hr.), Friday morning, 10.30-11.30 am
- Panel discussion (1.5 hr.), Friday afternoon, 2.30 to 4.00 pm
- Lecture—Hatchett (1 hr.), Saturday morning, 9.00-10.00 am
- Lecture—Hatchett (1 hr.), Saturday morning, 10.30-11.30 am
- Event Lecture—Robert Morgan (1.5 hr.). Saturday evening, 7.00-8.30 pm
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