COURSES
 

 

THEO 101
Christian Belief

An eight-week course covering a range of beliefs essential to the Christian faith. Topics include: the existence of God, the truth of the Bible, the nature of human beings, the person and work of Jesus, salvation, the Church and our mission in San Diego. This class is necessary for membership in The Resolved Church.

 
 

 
 

THEO 102
Christian Living

An eight-week cohort learning course covering a range of practices essential to the Christian life. Topics include: giving, community, serving, worship, personal stories, the spiritual disciplines, missional living and caring for the soul. This class is necessary for leadership in The Resolved Church.

 
 

 
 

THEO 111
Theology of Marriage

An eight-week course addressing the covenant of marriage. Topics include: the foundation of marriage in the Gospel, roles in marriage (complementarianism), Christian hedonism (happiness) in marriage, sin in marriage, finances in marriage, children in marriage, sex in marriage, and mentors in marriage. This course is for those considering marriage or those needing to grow in their marriage. If you are interested in receiving marital and/or pre-marital counseling please email: marriage@theresolved.com.

 
 

THEO 121
Theology of Finances

This class uses both the Dave Ramsey and Crown Ministries finances teaching materials. Carson Kvaternik, The Resolved Church’s Finance Deacon teaches this class. The class consists of watch a short DVD segment, a brief teaching segment, group discussion, and workbook assignments


THEO 201
Missional Living

An eight-week cohort learning course covering the Great Commission and living as a Christian in a non-Christian world. Participants will read Friend of Sinners by Harvey Turner and work on various discipleship projects.


THEO 251
Systematic Theology

In this ten-week group learning cohort, we read portions of a number different books and address the existence of God, the inerrancy of the Bible, Christology, soteriology, election, divine sovereignty, the grace we have received from God, and more. Each week a different student leads a discussion on what we read and how it is playing out in the processes and work of our head, heart, and hands.


THEO 252
Anthropology

In this ten-week group learning cohort, we read portions of a number different books and address manhood, womanhood, sexual identity, complementarianism, parenting, and more. Each week a different student leads a discussion on what we read and how it is playing out in the processes and work of our head, heart, and hands.


THEO 253
Soteriology

In this ten-week group learning cohort, we read portions of a number different books and address Christian Hedonism, idolatry, God-centrality, the spiritual disciplines, teachability, humility, repentance, and more. Each week a different student leads a discussion on what we read and how it is playing out in the processes and work of our head, heart, and hands.


THEO 254
Ecclesiology

In this ten-week group learning cohort, we read portions of a number different books and address the Church, church offices, counseling, mission, and more. Each week a different student leads a discussion on what we read and how it is playing out in the processes and work of our head, heart, and hands.


THEO 300
Church History

An eight-week course through Church history from the time of Jesus to today. You will learn about key figures, events, and the development of doctrines throughout time and how all of it impacts the church today.


THEO 310
World Religions

An eight-week course addressing the scriptures and beliefs of eight of the world’s major religions including Judaism, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shintoism. In addition, this course takes an in depth look at the belief of religious pluralism (the idea that all religions teach basically the same thing and are equal paths to god). You will walk away from this course with a better understanding of the world’s beliefs and what the gospel of Christianity has to say in connection to them.


THEO 320
Church Planting

An eight-week course designed to provide education on who should be a part of a plant and what it takes to plant. Course covers topics such as: why plant, contextualization, the uniqueness of a church plant, the importance of planting with support, membership, mission, the roles of the lead planter and a co-planting team and strategies for planting.


THEO 330
Studying the Scriptures

An eight-week course addressing the discipline of Bible interpretation. Topics include: rules of interpretation, aberrant theories, the historical grammatical principle, genre analysis, textual analysis, determining historical/cultural backgrounds and it’s significance, the proper place of word studies and how to see everything in the Bible as connected to Christ. You will walk away from this course with a much richer understanding of the Bible and the tools to know how to study it on your own better.


THEO 340
Greek I

A year-long course teaching Koine Greek, the language the New Testament was written in. After the first year the student will be able to translate passages of 1 John directly out a Greek text.


THEO 400
Preaching
Practicum

The goal and design of this course is to both develop new preachers and help current preachers get better at their craft. The first session is an overview of healthy homiletics. Every other session involves giving a 30 minute sermon followed by a 30 minute class critique. This class meets once a month for four months.


THEO 401
Pastoral Residency

To prepare a man who has been called by Jesus to be a pastor in a local visible expression of His church. This preparation includes both experiential and intellectual training. As demonstrated by Jesus’ twelve disciples and the apostle Paul, who each spent three years in preparation, we believe the calling to pastor a church necessitates this type of commitment in order to “walk in a manner worthy of the calling” received (Eph 4:1). You may learn more about the Pastoral Residency here and apply here.


THEO 402
Church Planter Residency

To prepare a man who has been called by Jesus to lead start a new local visible expression of His church. This preparation involves assessment and coaching as well as theological, pastoral and planting development so that a planter might be sent out of The Resolved Church fully equipped and ready to lead a plant. You may learn more about the Church Planter Residency here and apply here.