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A study of various religions in our world as they compare with Christianity. A study of major Christian denominations and Lutheran church bodies as they compare in doctrine and practice with the Church of the Lutheran Confession. 

The pattern of God's saving love in Christ as displayed in the lives of His people and recorded in the Old Testament. The course covers the time period from Creation to the end of King David’s reign. Memorization of passages and selected psalms.

Religion 204: Introduction to Acts and the Epistles (3)

Studies in the growth of the Word of the Lord as detailed in the book of Acts and also a survey of the doctrines presented in the New Testament epistles.

Religion 408 is a systematic  study of Christian teachings (doctrines), showing their Biblical foundation and their application to the Christian life. Subject matter studied in 408 second semester includes sanctification, the means of grace, Law and Gospel, the sacraments, the church, election, and eschatology.

A study of Christian teachings, showing its Biblical foundation and its application to the Christian life. Subject matter studied: Scripture, God, man, Christ, conversion, justification, and sanctification.

A detailed study of the major events and individuals of the book of Genesis and God's dealings with Israel from the birth of Moses to his death.

A detailed study of the major events and individuals of the book of Genesis and God's dealings with Israel from the birth of Moses to his death.

A detailed study of the major events and individuals of the books of Joshua - Malachi to reveal the grace of  God's dealings with Israel and His direction of all things to the cross of Christ. 

A study of the history, development, and contents of the three universal creeds and of the Lutheran Confessions from 1529-1530 (the Augsburg Confession and the Apology and Luther's Catechisms).

A study of the Book of Concord, Smalcald Articles - The Formula of Concord, to glory in the truth of Scripture confessed to the glory of God's grace alone. 

A study of Christian teachings, showing their Biblical foundation and  their application to the Christian life. Subject matter studied: Scripture, God, man, Christ, conversion, justification, and sanctification.

Teaching procedures, curriculum, materials, and trends in social studies.

This is a sample course to show the CLC Teachers' Conference how Moodle can aid them.