Discern the meaning and significance of Old Testament events and to determine the principles of truth relevant to our lives today
Understand the value of water baptism and communion
Gain a better view of the biblical process of salvation, justification, and sanctification
Walk away with an appreciation of Paul's writings
Old Testament History (Part 1 & 2)
Old Testament History is a study of the books of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, I & II Samuel, placing an emphasis on historical content and spiritual application. This course will allow the key characters of the nation of Israel literally come to life. Students will gain insight in interpreting Bible stories, understanding God’s purposes and making current day application of God’s unchanging principles into their daily lives.
Covenants is an in-depth study of the nine biblical covenants that God made with man; Edenic, Adamic, Nohaic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, Palestinian, Davidic, New, and Everlasting. These covenants are the main expression of the relationship between God and mankind throughout the Bible. They determined much of what was considered moral, ethical, and religious at different times in history. Their key elements provide the framework for understanding God’s actions, especially in the area of redemption.
The Epistle to the Romans is considered by many scholars to be the hallmark of Pauline literature. In it Paul presents his material in such a way that the reader arrives at the exact conclusion that he desires them to have. The scope of the book covers all aspects of the work of redemption; from conviction to glorification. It also shows that the work of God is consistent; whether among the Jews or the Gentiles. No other book gives as complete and clear of an overview of the process of salvation as this Epistle.
This course provides a study of 1 & 2 Corinthians, Galatians, and 1 & 2 Thessalonians, focusing on the theological and practical aspects of these letters. It provides the student with a basic overview of the life and ministry of the Apostle Paul, including his personal background and contribution to the early Church. It also presents the background and cultural knowledge needed in order to fully understand the material in the books.
This course is a study of the books of Daniel and Revelation, focusing on the historical background and the circumstances surrounding the writings of each book and the benefit they provide to today’s contemporary readers. The class is intended to incorporate exegetical interpretation of this material as well as a survey of the major systems of eschatology as they related to these two books.
Building Leaders & Teams
This course is a study in the development of leadership as it applies to both individuals and teams. The student will be presented with biblical principles of leadership, focusing on how leadership is developed. Emphasis will be placed on principles and methods of training leaders as well as understanding and developing the dynamics of leadership teams.
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- Covenants - 27 Lectures (Value $120)
- Pauline Epistles - 25 Lectures (Value $120)
- Building Leaders and Teams - 28 Lectures (Value $90)
- Old Testament History 1 & 2 - 64 Lectures (Value $200)
- Romans - 29 Lectures (Value $90)
- Apocalyptic Literature - 29 Lectures (Value $120)
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