DEVELOPING AND TEACHING AN ADULT CURRICULUM ON THE BAPTIST FAITH AND MESSAGE, HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, TULLAHOMA, TENNESSEE

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Title: DEVELOPING AND TEACHING AN ADULT CURRICULUM ON THE BAPTIST FAITH AND MESSAGE, HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, TULLAHOMA, TENNESSEE
Author: Keene, Stephen Matthew
Advisor: Foster, Anthony W.
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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.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/4970
Date: 2015-06-18

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