Developing and Teaching an Adult Curriculum on the Baptist Faith and Message, Highland Baptist Church, Tullahoma, Tennessee
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SubjectBaptist faith and message (2000)
Southern Baptist Convention--Doctrines
Baptists--Doctrines--Study and teaching
ABSTRACT DEVELOPING AND TEACHING AN ADULT CURRICULUM ON THE BAPTIST FAITH AND MESSAGE, HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, TULLAHOMA, TENNESSEE Stephen Matthew Keene, D.Ed.Min. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2015 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Anthony W. Foster This project examines the need for the theological training of adults in Southern Baptist churches using the 2000 version of The Baptist Faith and Message. Chapter 1 explains the goals, ministry context, rationale, definitions, limitations and delimitations, and methodology of the project, thereby revealing the need for a series on Southern Baptist doctrine at Highland Baptist Church. Chapter 2 provides a scriptural and theological justification for believers to know and understand doctrine. Chapter 3 provides the practical implications for Christians to know and understand doctrine. Chapter 4 examines the project implementation where adults are led through a thirteen-week series on The Baptist Faith and Message. The project concludes in chapter 5 with an examination of conclusions, evidence of findings, and an evaluation of the overall project. Appendices provide charts, curriculum, pre/post-series surveys and the 2000 version of The Baptist Faith and Message.