LEADING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO ADOPT A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW THROUGH DISCIPLESHIP AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA

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LEADING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO ADOPT A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW THROUGH DISCIPLESHIP AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA

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Title: LEADING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO ADOPT A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW THROUGH DISCIPLESHIP AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA
Author: Williams, Jason Brian
Advisor: Temple, Troy W. Scott, Stuart W.
Abstract: This project sought to lead high school students at First Baptist Church, Lawrenceville, Georgia, to adopt a biblical worldview through discipleship. Chapter 1 details the need for the project, states the goals, and examines the context. Chapter 2 establishes the biblical basis for the project by examining three key areas of study: biblical creation, illumination, and revelation that are foundational for a biblical worldview. Chapter 3 examines the generational characteristics of the millennial generation, the influence of the church upon the millennial generation, and brief overview of secular and biblical methods of change. Chapter 4 explains the implementation of the project. Chapter 5 is an evaluation of the project, including the strengths and weaknesses.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5357
Date: 2017-06-22

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