The Ambassador Bible Center announced the 2006 Cincinnati Continuing Education Seminar. The Continuing Education Seminars, formerly called ABC Samplers, are designed to share the ABC classes with interested adults. The annual Cincinnati Seminar lasts five days, Aug. 21 through 25, and will include classes by six different presenters, each of whom will give presentations from the 2006 academic year.
All classes will be held in the ABC lecture hall at the home office in Milford, Ohio. Classes will begin each day at 8:45 a.m. and last until 5:15 p.m., with a 1 1/ 2 hour break for lunch. Participants will provide their own housing and meals, and ABC can provide a list of local motels if needed. We are asking for $50 a person to cover the costs of duplicating and refreshments. (If anyone cannot afford this, contact us and we'll see what we can work out.)
A full class schedule will be distributed on the first day of classes, but here are the planned topics and presenters:
•Gary Antion—Hosea, the Apostle John of the Old Testament.
•Jim Franks—Introduction to Doctrine/The Divinity of Christ.
•David Johnson—Ephesians: Keys to Godly Unity.
• Clyde Kilough—Dynamics of Spiritual Growth.
•Ralph Levy—Principles of Prophecy and the Book of Ezekiel.
•David Register—Postmodernism: How Postmodernism Affects Our Thinking.
Space may be limited, so it is important that those who are interested register as soon as possible. Register by sending your name, address, phone number and e-mail (if available), along with a check for $50 a person to: Ambassador Bible Center Continuing Education, P.O. Box 54992, Cincinnati, OH 45257-0992.
If you have additional questions, please e-mail the Continuing Education coordinator at email@example.com or call (513) 576-9796 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (513) 576-9796 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, extension 208.
In addition to this five-day seminar, weekend seminars are scheduled in various locations across the United States and Canada between the end of August and the end of November. More information will be published about these regional seminars in the next few weeks.