Equipping the Sunday School Teachers of Cornerstone Church of Warwick, Rhode Island, to Communicate God's Glory through the Work of Jesus Christ as the Unifying Theme of Scripture
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SubjectSunday school teachers
Christian education--Teacher training
Glory of God--Christianity--Study and teaching
ABSTRACT EQUIPPING THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF CORNERSTONE CHURCH OF WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND, TO COMMUNICATE GOD'S GLORY THROUGH THE WORK OF JESUS CHRIST AS THE UNIFYING THEME OF SCRIPTURE Robert Charles Clark, D.Min. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Brian J. Vickers This project was designed to aid in understanding and communicating the Bible's big picture. Chapter 1 presents the purpose, goals, ministry context, project rationale, definitions, limitations, and delimitation of the project. Chapter 2 establishes the biblical foundations for the project, expositing key passages (Luke 24; John 1; Luke 4; Eph 1) that demonstrate the continuity of the testaments. Additionally, it surveys the ultimate design of God's creation and traces five elements of Jesus' work through the Bible. Chapter 3 focuses on the theoretical foundations for the project. The works of Hamilton and Goldsworthy contribute to this project's theory, while the works of Greidanus and Chapell contribute a methodological approach to appropriate the theory this project proposes. Chapter 4 provides an account of the steps that were taken to carry out the project. Chapter 5 is an evaluation of the effectiveness of the project and consideration for the project's improvement.