SPdL U is a Second-Ponce’s Wednesday night program. SPdL U offers unique and in-depth “seminary-style” courses about the Bible, theology, spiritual development and Christian living to adult students in the greater Atlanta area, all on the campus of Second-Ponce. The courses offered at SPdL U will cover a wide range of topics. They are all designed to give adults new and varied ways to grow intellectually and spiritually, address questions asked by Christians and non-Christians alike and help you develop a richer understanding of and deeper faith in God and His word.
You may also pick up a form in the Welcome Center and bring it with you the day of the course. Walk-ins will be accepted when space allows.
Hot Topics in Theology
Led by Dr. Graham Walker
Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
What could we learn from Atheism? How do we reconcile a loving God with the suffering and evil we see in life? How can doubt be a useful part of our faith? In your world, how do faith and science get along? What we believe is important. What we do with our beliefs matters just as much. Join us on Wednesday nights as popular SPdLU presenter Graham Walker leads us.
May Hot Topics in Theology—Graham Walker
3 Faith At the Boundaries (Theology and Culture)
10 The Problem of Suffering and Evil
17 Theology and Science
24 What We Could Learn from Atheism
31 Spiritual But Not Religious
June Application/Reaction—Graham Walker continues to lead (What Do we DO with All This)
4 Spiritual not Religious and Atheism
14 When Doubt Enriches Our Faith
21 Faith and Science: Darwin’s Dangerous Idea
28 The Cross of Christ and the Problem of Suffering
Change in SPdL U Schedule
Dr Graham Walker will not be speaking on Wednesday evening June 7, (Fellowship Supper is cancelled as well), due to Vacation Bible School week. However, he will continue to lead his discussion on “Spiritual not Religious and Atheism” Sunday morning, June 4, in the Fellowship Hall from 9:45–10:45 a.m. All Sunday school classes are invited to attend this special presentation. Dr. Walker’s regular Wednesday night discussions will resume on Wednesday, June 14, 21 and 28 along with Fellowship Supper.