Teaching and Writing Activities
Dr. Bozack also has an M.A. degree in systematic theology from Western Conservative
Baptist Seminary in Portland, OR and is active in Christian ministries. He maintains a
speaking and writing ministry covering a wide array of topics pertaining to the Christian life.
For several years, he taught a weekly singles Sunday school class at First Baptist Church,
Atlanta, pastored by Dr. Charles F. Stanley of In Touch Ministries. Currently, he is serving
with Dr. Bill Purvis at Cascade Hills Church in Columbus, GA, whose weekly service is
Some recent course topics . . .
Tackling Life's Challenges Course, Cascade Hills Church
What does the Bible say about life's everyday struggles and questions? Is there a best
way to live life? This course addresses life-related topics in Christian living and consists
of self-contained, one month studies. Topics:
- Finding God's Will and Decision Making
- How to Handle Bitterness
- Developing Godly Attitudes
- Burnout and the Workaholic/Perfectionist
- How to Handle Lonliness
- Christian Growth and Maturity
- Manipulating God
- Handling a Mid-Life Crisis
- Why Does God Seem Angry in the OT and Loving in the NT
- How to Prevent Backsliding
- How to Pray Effectively
- Accountability is Not a Dirty Word
- Why Aren't You Content?
- How to Handle Grief
- Finding Life's Partner
- Doctrine of the Trinity
- Self-Esteem and the Christian
- The Dangers of Achievement
- Does Your Anger Get Out of Control?
- Should Christians Suffer Depression?
- How to Handle Temptation
- The Power of Encouragement
- The Canon of Scripture
- Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone
- The Holy Spirit, Indwelling, Baptizing, and Filling
Views of God Seminar Series
God's View of Himself (5-7 weeks) How can God be both three and one? Can something
have one essence but still have parts or is this semantic volleyball? What relationships
exist among the members of the Godhead? Did the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit all die at
Calvary? If the Godhead is one, how can Jesus be in one place while God the Father is in
This class examines the trinity from both historical and theological viewpoints, and gives
an easy to understand analogy from science that helps one to think about triunity. We find
that triunity is not unique to theology, and in fact most substances in nature display
characteristics that are similar to the trinitarian Godhead. Based on the article "Physics in
the Theological Seminary," in Jour. Evang. Theol. Soc. 35 (1993) 65.
God's View of His Son (6-8 weeks) What really happened during the incarnation? If
Jesus was really God, why did He have to learn carpentry from Joseph? Why did He need
to eat and sleep? If he could read the mind of the Pharisees, why did Jesus need to ask
This seminar discusses the hypostatic union and what it means to be both divine and
human. We show that dualism is the rule rather than the exception in nature, and part of
the very fabric of the universe. The God-man is not the problem. The real problem is our
limited notion of what is divine and what is human.
God's View of Life (4-8 weeks) What is truly important in life? Is there a best way to live?
What are the secrets to a full and successful life? Is there any super street-smart person
who can tell us how to thrive rather than merely survive?
This seminar takes the audience on a visual odyssey through the book of Ecclesiastes.
The verses of Ecclesiastes are illustrated by a series of provocative black and white
photographs from contemporary society. The result is a powerful message about life as
seen by the wisest man who ever lived.
God's View of Space and Time (8-10 weeks) How can God be in two or more places at
the same time? How can God know the future? How can God see all of time with one
glance? When Genesis refers to the days of creation, what span of time is meant and is
this a relevant question in the first place? Is it possible for man to alter time? Is one
second on Earth equal to one second in a faraway galaxy? What about space? Is the
shortest distance between two points always a straight line? Could God be existing in a
parallel universe that we can't see but yet exists all around us?
This seminar focuses on time and space was viewed from the advantage of modern
physics. We use easy-to-understand illustrations from Einstein's theory of relativity to
show that neither time nor space is absolute and discuss time travel, aging, and distances
in the Universe. Implications for the Christian, theology, and the Genesis account are
God's View of Absolutes (4-6 weeks) There are three inviolable limits in nature, where
God in effect says NO FURTHER. The limits are not matters of improvements in
instrumentation but rather limits which are intrinsic to nature and which scientists believe
can never be surpassed. The limits are absolute zero, the speed of light, and the ability of
microscopes to reveal smaller and smaller objects.
This seminar describes each limit in lay terms, why each limit cannot be exceeded, and
the implications for Christians. What can we learn about God by such limits? Why would
God construct the Universe in this way? Is He afraid of us discovering a modern tree of
knowledge of good and evil?
God's View of the Universe (1-3 weeks) Does the Universe have no end? Where are we
located in the vast stellar abode? How do astronomers know that millions and millions of
galaxies exist? How vast is space? Why would God create such a huge Universe and
populate only a single planet called Earth? If life exists on other planets, how many
Christs are there?
This topic consists of 40 extraordinary photographs taken by the world's best telescopes,
orbiting instruments, and microscopes, which take you on a visual journey spanning
millions of light years from the outer reaches of the Milky Way, into nearby star systems, the
solar system, the Earth, and ending up in the human body where individual atoms are
observed. The highlight is a real-time film of single atoms moving around on a surface
and their one-by-one removal from the surface, perhaps the highest resolution footage
ever shot and the ultimate in microsurgical technique.
God's View of Christians as Salt and Light (3-8 weeks) When God left us here to be salt
and light in the world, what did He mean? What is His perception of salt and light? Why
did He use these words to describe Christians? What is it about salt and light that make
This seminar considers the physical and chemical properties of salt and light, and shows
why they are particularly appropriate words to describe the role of Christians living in the
world. By learning about the properties of salt and light, new insights about our testimony
and walk with Christ emerge.
Stand Firm Magazine
Dr. Bozack was featured in the
1998 edition of Stand Firm.
The crystal lattice of Salt,
consisting of alternate Na
and Cl ions.
The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) in
the constellation Canes
"As good increase, so do
those who consume them"