This course provides a theological framework and lens for understanding the world, your place in it, and your relationship to God.
Questions this Course Will Answer
- How can I make sense of the world and my place in it?
- How do I understand God’s grace within the desire to be a “good Christian?”
- Why do bad things happen to good people and good things happen to bad people?
- Why are not all people saved?
- What is the relationship between the Church and government?
- Law and Gospel
- Justification and Sanctification
- Two Kinds of Righteousness
- Two Realms
- Visible and Invisible Church
- Hidden God and Revealed God
Aaron Simms is an author and writer specializing in Christian theology, history, and classical studies. He is also a pastor in The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod and a member of the American Academy of Religion.
He has a B.S. in International Affairs from the Georgia Institute of Technology, an M.S. in International Relations (National Security Concentration) from Troy University, and a pastoral diploma (4-year Specific Ministry Pastor program) from Concordia Seminary St. Louis.
His interests include the foundations of the Christian faith, history, current events, and international affairs. When he's not writing, blogging, preaching, or working, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, hiking, and running.
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