The Psalms have served as the prayer book for the People of God for three millennia. Through the ages, the Psalms have nurtured the faith of countless saints, martyrs, ordinary believers, and even Christ himself. The Psalms are divided into five books, and students will learn about the history and overarching structure of the Book of Psalms. Each Psalm belongs to a particular classification, including (1) psalms of lament, (2) penitential psalms, (3) imprecatory psalms, (4) psalms of praise, (5) psalms of thanksgiving, (6) covenant psalms, and (7) wisdom psalms. Following this course, the student will be equipped to incorporate the Psalms into private and public prayer.
Instructor from Moody Bible Institute
Jonathan J. Armstrong, Ph.D.
Director of the Center for Global Theological
Education and Professor of Bible and
Theology, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
Facilitator from His Place Church
Facilitator of the Theology School
First Class Session (Onsite): Saturday, October 12, 2019
9:00–11:00am (Pacific Standard Time)
His Place Church
3079 E. 16th Ave.
Post Falls, ID 83854
Weekly Class Sessions (Online): Thursdays, October 31–December 19, 2019
5:00–6:30pm (Pacific Standard Time)
Class will be cancelled on November 28, 2019, for Thanksgiving
Introduction to Church History
January 2 – February 20, 2020
Introduction to Christian Theology
February 27 – April 16, 2020
Evangelism and Discipleship in the Modern World
April 30 – June 25, 2020
- No class on May 21, 2020