SC Study Center - Welcome

Welcome.

The South Carolina Study Center exists to promote the best of Christian thought in order to shape teachers and students to think, live, and lead with Christian wisdom.

What We Offer

Hospitality

Genuine learning thrives in an environment of relational warmth.

Hospitality

Genuine learning thrives in an environment of relational warmth. Our space will be open on a regular basis to study, meet, and have meaningful conversations face to face.

Theological Programs and Events

On both a weekly and monthly basis, we will host classes and events.

Theological Programs and Events

On both a weekly and monthly basis, we will host classes and events that explore the riches of Scripture and the Christian tradition. Whether it is a small reading group or public lecture, we want to promote the deep and satisfying truths of the Christian worldview.

Resource Center

We don’t exist simply to do our own ministry, but to help others.

Resource Center

We don’t exist simply to do our own ministry, but to help others. We want our location, library, and relational network to serve churches and other campus ministries.

What We Offer

Hospitality

Genuine learning thrives in an environment of relational warmth. Our space will be open on a regular basis to study, meet, and have meaningful conversations face to face.

Theological Programs and Events

On both a weekly and monthly basis, we will host classes and events that explore the riches of Scripture and the Christian tradition. Whether it is a small reading group or public lecture, we want to promote the deep and satisfying truths of the Christian worldview.

Resource Center

We don’t exist simply to do our own ministry, but to help others. We want our location, library, and relational network to serve churches and other campus ministries.

What Is A Study Center

When Paul testified before the prominent men and women of his day, he claimed he was speaking “true and rational words” (Acts 26:25). Christians are first and foremost believers, but as Paul demonstrates this does not come at the expense of truth or reason. This is why our forefathers in the faith described the Christian life as “faith seeking understanding.” Believing does not replace understanding—it leads us to it, as we contemplate the unfathomable depths of God’s wisdom displayed in the gospel. This ancient conviction is what inspires a Christian study center.

What Is A Study Center

When Paul testified before the prominent men and women of his day, he claimed he was speaking “true and rational words” (Acts 26:25). Christians are first and foremost believers, but as Paul demonstrates this does not come at the expense of truth or reason. This is why our forefathers in the faith described the Christian life as “faith seeking understanding.” Believing does not replace understanding—it leads us to it, as we contemplate the unfathomable depths of God’s wisdom displayed in the gospel. This ancient conviction is what inspires a Christian study center.

The Study Center

The Study Center