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This is the eighth class of the "Co-Exist: Is it Possible?" series taught by John David Geib. The title of this class is "Three Historical Approaches of Christians to Islam."

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

This is the seventh class of the "Co-Exist: Is it Possible?" series taught by John David Geib. The title of this class is "Wholeness-Salvation for those who never heard or never will never hear of Jesus."

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

Second HANDOUT for Session VI "WHOLENESS-SALVATION FOR THOSE WHO NEVER HEARD OR NEVER WILL HEAR OF JESUS’ SALVATION".

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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HANDOUT for Session VI "God’s Wholeness (Salvation) for those who never heard and may never hear of Jesus".

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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This week Zev Rosenberg - a Jewish convert to Christianity - speaks about Christian Anti-Semitism.

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

This week is the second of two weeks with Dr. Ramez Islanbouli, discussing Islam and specifically sharia and jihad.

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

This week is the second of two weeks with Dr. Ramez Islanbouli, discussing Islam and specifically sharia and jihad.l

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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This week is the first of two weeks with Dr. Ramez Islanbouli, discussing Islam. 

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

This week is a review of the PBS first episode of "Episode of Faith"

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

HANDOUT: Glossary of Islamic Terms

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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HANDOUT: John David Geib "Worldview Thinking"

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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HANDOUT: "PBS - Islam Empire of Faith"

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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HANDOUT: "3 Levels of Faith: Islam, Eiman, Ihsan"

The Westminster Class of Christ Church is sponsoring a course titled “Co-exist: Is it Possible?” at Christ Church, 530 Tuscarawas St W, Canton OH, in the Westminster Hall, 9:15 – 10:15 am, every Sunday from April 23 through June 25, 2017.

The course will be a collegial conversation about Islamic and Christian relations between students and John David Geib, Zev Rosenberg, Dr. Ramez Islambouli and Imam Jaffar Juma.

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Pastor David DeVries teaches week two of a four week series on "Sabbath as Resistance: saying no to the culture of now".

Pastor David DeVries teaches week one of a four week series on "Sabbath as Resistance: saying no to the culture of now".

Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the Book of Job. This is the last of four sessions.

HANDOUT Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the Book of Job. This is the last of four sessions.

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Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the Book of Job. This is the three of four sessions.

HANDOUT Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the Book of Job. This is the THIRD of four sessions.

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Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the Book of Job. This is the second of four sessions.

HANDOUT Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the text of the Book of Job, translating from the Ancient Hebrew as we go.

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Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the text of the Book of Job, translating from the Ancient Hebrew as we go. This is the first of four sessions.

James: Brother of Jesus.

Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

HANDOUT James: Brother of Jesus.

Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

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Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

HANDOUT Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

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Dr. Keith Lloyd's second session of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

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Dr. Keith Lloyd's second session of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

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Dr. Keith Lloyd begins his first of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

HANDOUT

Dr. Keith Lloyd begins his first of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

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John David Geib teaches the class for a week on “Why Christmas is Everyday and how each of us can become a little Mary”.

John David Geib teaches the class for a week on “Why Christmas is Everyday and how each of us can become a little Mary”. HANDOUT

 

 

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Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University teaches a four week Westminster Class on the text of Genesis. This final week Dr. Ham focuses on Chapter 3 of Genesis and God's curses.

Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University teaches a four week Westminster Class on the text of Genesis. This third week Dr. Ham focuses on Chapter 2 of Genesis and God immanent.

Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University teaches a four week Westminster Class on the text of Genesis. This second week Dr. Ham focuses on Chapter 1 and 2 of Genesis.

Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University teaches a four week Westminster Class on the text of Genesis. This first week Dr. Ham focuses on Chapter 1 of Genesis.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the ninth and final week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the eighth week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the seventh week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

For next week read Acts 10-11 and 15.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the sixth week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the fifth week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the fourth week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the third week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

In this session the class studies Matthew Chapters 16 and 17.

John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg continue in the second week of their teaching on “Peter’s Journey”. The class traces stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

The Christ Presbyterian Church Westminster class is starting up again on Sunday, September 11 at 9:15 am.

 

Our friends, John David Geib and Zev Rosenberg will be teaching an eight week course on “Peter’s Journey”. The class will trace stages and events in the life of Peter the Apostle of Jesus for their meaning then and in this present time.

 

Please join us at Christ Presbyterian Church, 530 Tuscarawas Street West, Canton, OH 44702.

Using the text "Discovering Our Spiritual Identity" Christ Church will be embarking on a nine week church wide study of our spiritual identity in April and May. This church wide study is conducted during the 9:15 Sunday School Hour as well as at 6:15 pm on Sunday evening.

4/3 - #1 Drawing a Picture of God

4/10 - #2 Discovering Who We Are

4/17 - #3 Developing a Christian Memory

4/24 - #4 Receiving the Kingdom

5/1 - #5 Belonging to the Family of God

5/8 - #9 Practicing Presence of God

5/14  #12 Witnessing to the Good News

5/22 - #13 Stewarding Faithfully What We Possess

5/29 - #7 Loving Those Closest to Us

Using the text "Discovering Our Spiritual Identity" Christ Church will be embarking on a nine week church wide study of our spiritual identity in April and May. This church wide study is conducted during the 9:15 Sunday School Hour as well as at 6:15 pm on Sunday evening.

4/3 - #1 Drawing a Picture of God

4/10 - #2 Discovering Who We Are

4/17 - #3 Developing a Christian Memory

4/24 - #4 Receiving the Kingdom

5/1 - #5 Belonging to the Family of God

5/8 - #9 Practicing Presence of God

5/14  #12 Witnessing to the Good News

5/22 - #13 Stewarding Faithfully What We Possess

5/29 - #7 Loving Those Closest to Us

Using the text "Discovering Our Spiritual Identity" Christ Church will be embarking on a nine week church wide study of our spiritual identity in April and May. This church wide study is conducted during the 9:15 Sunday School Hour as well as at 6:15 pm on Sunday evening.

4/3 - #1 Drawing a Picture of God

4/10 - #2 Discovering Who We Are

4/17 - #3 Developing a Christian Memory

4/24 - #4 Receiving the Kingdom

5/1 - #5 Belonging to the Family of God

5/8 - #9 Practicing Presence of God

5/14  #12 Witnessing to the Good News

5/22 - #13 Stewarding Faithfully What We Possess

5/29 - #7 Loving Those Closest to Us

Using the text "Discovering Our Spiritual Identity" Christ Church will be embarking on a nine week church wide study of our spiritual identity in April and May. This church wide study is conducted during the 9:15 Sunday School Hour as well as at 6:15 pm on Sunday evening.

4/3 - #1 Drawing a Picture of God

4/10 - #2 Discovering Who We Are

4/17 - #3 Developing a Christian Memory

4/24 - #4 Receiving the Kingdom

5/1 - #5 Belonging to the Family of God

5/8 - #9 Practicing Presence of God

5/14  #12 Witnessing to the Good News

5/22 - #13 Stewarding Faithfully What We Possess

5/29 - #7 Loving Those Closest to Us

Using the text "Discovering Our Spiritual Identity" Christ Church will be embarking on a nine week church wide study of our spiritual identity in April and May. This church wide study is conducted during the 9:15 Sunday School Hour as well as at 6:15 pm on Sunday evening.

4/3 - #1 Drawing a Picture of God

4/10 - #2 Discovering Who We Are

4/17 - #3 Developing a Christian Memory

4/24 - #4 Receiving the Kingdom

5/1 - #5 Belonging to the Family of God

5/8 - #9 Practicing Presence of God

5/14  #12 Witnessing to the Good News

5/22 - #13 Stewarding Faithfully What We Possess

5/29 - #7 Loving Those Closest to Us

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