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Monday, June 28, 2010

High School Theology: The Trinity

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Class dates: Fridays, September 10 to October 15, 2010
Total classes: 6
Starting time: 10:00 am Eastern (9:00 am Central)
Duration: 1 hour
Fee: $120 for the entire 6-week course.
Instructor: Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Prerequisite: none
Suggested grade level: 11th to 12th
High school credit: 1/2 semester
Course description: The reality of the Trinity, whom we worship, permeates all reality, including all human history. We are destined to spend eternity sharing the life of the Trinity. In order to love God more fully, this class will help you know who God is as Trinity. What is the content of the Church’s teaching? How did the Church receive it? What does it mean for me in my life?
Course outline:
Class 1: Who is God?
Class 2: The Trinity in the CCC
Class 3: The Trinity in the Bible
Class 4: The Trinity in the Theologians
Class 5: The Trinity in the World
Class 6: The Trinity in the Liturgy
Homework: Online readings from CCC, Bible, Church Fathers, Aquinas, the Liturgy of the Mass. There will be a short online quiz after each class period based on reading and class material. Final exam.
Course materials: Catechism of the Catholic Church, Bible, and a Missal. Other incidental readings are available free online
Equipment requirements:
Students are required to have high-speed internet and a headset with microphone.
Dr. Gotcher will be available via email in between classes for questions and comments.
Recordings of classes are provided to students within 24 hours and available for 6 months.
Homeschool Connections does not provide record keeping services.

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