Meets Sundays at 9am | 120 West
CLASS stands for Compass Life Adult Sunday School. It’s our weekly study for adults that dives deep into an historical or theological subject. Class takes place every Sunday at 9am in 120 West, starts with breakfast, worship and then a time of teaching.
History of the Islamic Movement
Series Begins March 11th
Today Islam is the second largest world religion, with majority populations in 56 countries spanning from North Africa to Southeast Asia, and significant numbers of adherents in Europe and the United States. We will trace the origin of Islam from the time of Muhammad in the 7th century to the present. We will explore Muslim beliefs, practices, and history in the context of their significance and impact on Muslim life and society through the ages, as well as the influence of Islam on world events today. We will answer important questions, including:
- What do Muslims believe?
- Who was Muhammad?
- How do Muslims view Judaism, Christianity and other faiths?
- What is jihad?
- Does the Quran condone and teach terrorism?
- Is Islam compatible with modernization, capitalism, and democracy?
- Are women second-class citizens according to Islam?
- How do we share our Christian faith with Muslims?
|3/11||Who was the Real Muhammad?|
|3/18||The Five Pillars of Islam|
|4/8||Shia vs. Sunni: What is the Difference?|
|4/15||Sharia Law and Jihad|
|4/22||Islam Today and Tomorrow|
Two Men, One War and One God: The works of C.S. Lewis and Dietrich Bonhoeffer
February 12, 2017