Does God look more like us, or do we look more like Him? To what extent are we pulling God into our own agendas rather than allowing Him to transform the way we think about the world? Are we limiting our imagination by limiting God and the possibilities a life with Him might provide? These and other important questions lie behind the conversations in this course. In seeking to reflect theologically on matters such as testimony, accountability, power, and Christian thought more generally, we may find that many of our problems as a Christian community have less to do with our answers and more to do with our questions. Perhaps by looking at the issues we face from different perspectives God’s people can learn to please God together. Available on Multnomah Plus.
This course is going to revolutionize the way you relate to children and the way you approach technology in the life of a child. Anyone working with children in any capacity should consider taking this course. Elizabeth Smith and Alin Vrancila join their efforts in this course in order to provide you with the best of the two worlds: human development and technology. Besides getting very practical working knowledge, you get to join the discussion and a community that gathers people from all over the world around this topic. Available on Udemy.
What would the world look like if God were not in it? How would someone who doesn’t believe in God understand relationships, nature, society, etc.? In Secular Ideologies, James Spencer offers a framework for identifying and analyzing secular ideologies, as well as for seeing the world through the eyes of faith. You can find out more and register at Right On Mission.