School of Tyrannus
The purpose of The School of Tyrannus is to teach the truths of Christianity. We primarily accomplish this by offer apologetics classes and hosting conferences. A class participant or conference attendee can expect to:
1) Learn the truths of Christianity.
2) Find out why the truths of Christianity are trustworthy.
3) Discover how to explain and defend the Christian faith to others.
Furthermore, The School of Tyrannus is named after the school in which the Apostle Paul conducted his most significant teaching ministry. You can read about Paul’s teaching ministry and its impact in Acts 19:8-10; 20:27 and Ephesians 4:12.
Defending Biblical Reliability
April 13 & 14 | 678 Building
Come experience seminary for the weekend! New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary is putting a conference on for us and James Walker is the keynote speaker. James has taught on apologetics at numerous seminaries and specializes in counter-cult evangelism. Furthermore, he is the President of the Watchman Fellowship (watchman.org) and has conducted training for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. The teaching times will focus on explaining that the Bible we have is historically reliable, more trustworthy than other religious books, and God’s very word. If you know someone who does not trust the Bible, then please consider taking the time to come to this conference and learn how to show them that the Bible is in fact reliable.
Friday Night, April 13 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday Morning, April 14 from 8:30am to 12:00pm
Biblical Answers for the Contemporary Family
Sundays, February April 15-May6 | 5:30pm
Now in 2018 our culture is asking some big questions that all families need to be able to provide a biblical answer for. Some of these questions include: Since there’s so many religions, how can Christianity claim to be the only right one? Is drug use wrong only because it’s illegal? Is there even a such thing as right and wrong? And, couldn’t we all just be here by chance? Join us for 4 Sunday nights starting April 15 and finishing May 6 as we tackle one of these questions each week. This class is put on by the School of Tyrannus and Jonathan Rhodes will be the primary teacher.