“A Study of Paul’s Epistle to the Colossians” (NT610) teaches the overarching content of the Epistle to the Colossians, the character of the man who authored it, the circumstances in which he wrote, and the key spiritual truths and principles Colossians opens.
This course demonstrates this epistle as polemical, philosophic, personal, prayerful, practical, prophetic, and pointing—urging us to focus on Christ and heavenly things.
After completion of this course, students will also be able to:
- Understand the epistle’s theological and practical teachings and describe how they consent with, compliment, or illustrate those found in other biblical books.
- Formulate teachings, homilies, and counsels with which to instruct others in the truths presented in this epistle so they will assimilate them into their thinking, living, labors, and character.
- Prayerfully consider how other believers or churches are or are not practicing various aspects of this epistle’s message and, when given the opportunity, offer effective, loving exhortations for them to rise to the high standards of gospel truth, love, zeal, devotion, and heavenly focus it presents.
ABOUT REV. GREG HINNANT
Greg Hinnant is a Regent and Advisory Council member with CLST-Global. He is ordained and licensed by Evangel Fellowship International.
His present teaching and writing ministries are founded on years of devotional and systematic study of the Bible and Christian history, and have been strongly influenced by the teachings of some of the masters of the spiritual life, such as Oswald Chambers and A. W. Tozer.
Greg teaches seven courses for CLST Global: Understanding and Overcoming Adversity; Biblical Discipleship; The Book of Daniel; A Biblical Study on Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage; Pearls of Wisdom from the Proverbs; A Study of Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians; and a Study of Paul’s Epistle to the Colossians.