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Adventist Learning Community
1.2 CEU

Steps to Christ

Course Summary

Steps to Christ is one of Ellen White’s most loved books. It has led countless people to a closer relationship with Christ. This 13-module course is based on the book - White, Ellen (2017). Steps to Christ: With historical introduction and notes by Denis Fortin. Available @ Andrews University Press https://www.andrews.edu/universitypress/catalog.php?key=231. Activities and quiz questions reflect this specific edition of Steps to Christ. It provides a rich historical and contextual background to the creation of Steps to Christ. Please purchase this edition in order to maximize learning throughout this course. You will also need to purchase or create a journal for chapter reflection. The purpose of this journal is for synthesis of content, spiritual reflection, and integration of Christ into your personal life.

What do I need to know?

The purpose of this course is to provide in-depth study of the book Steps to Christ. Throughout the course, you will integrate chapter content into your personal life, drawing you closer to Jesus Christ.

What will I learn in this course?

After completing this course, you will earn 1.2 CEU and a certificate of completion in your Adventist Learning Community e-portfolio.

About the Instructor

Born in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, Denis Fortin received a Bachelor of Arts degree in pastoral ministry from Canadian University College, Alberta, in 1982 (now known as Burman University). He earned a Master of Divinity from the Seventh-day Adventist Seminary of Andrews University in 1986, and a Doctorate in Theology (PhD) from the Universite Laval, Quebec, in 1995. Fortin is professor of theology at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological seminary, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, and until recently served as dean (2006-2013). Since joining the Seminary faculty in 1994, Fortin has served, director of the Master of Divinity program (1999-2001), associate dean (2000-2004), and chair of the Department of Theology and Christian philosophy (2006). He serves as a teaching pastor at the church ‘One Place’, located on the campus of Andrews University.

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