Current Courses - Summer
June 1- July 26
He Gave Us Prophets
Practically speaking, the Holy Spirit is the person of the Trinity who is most involved in our daily lives. But many Christians know far more about the Father and the Son than they do about the Spirit. In this series we'll discover how the doctrine of the Holy Spirit developed historically, and we'll explore the Spirit's dynamic work in the world, in the church, and in believers.
July 20- 22
1 credit for enrolled students
Live streaming workshop open to students and guests! Register at: bit.ly/3cC0YMW
The Drama of Discipleship is a three-session webinar. Currently enrolled students will complete readings leading up to live engagement with Dr. Greg Perry. Discussion will focus on practices of local and intercultural discipleship. Recordings and course materials will be available after the workshop.
Upcoming Courses - Fall Term
August 17 - October 11
Building Your Theology
2 Credit Hours
Many Christians are intrigued by biblical predictions but at a loss when it comes to understanding them. Feeling overwhelmed by their complicated history and literature, we often disregard them altogether, but when we understand the prophets' motivations and methods, we are better equipped to discover the significance of their words for today. To that end, this course dispels common misunderstandings about the prophets, provides guidelines for interpreting prophecy, and gives the student confidence to begin studying prophetic literature.
The Pentateuch - Part 1
3 Credit Hours
The first five books of the Old Testament tell the story of the nation of Israel from creation to preparation for the conquest of the Promised Land. But is the Pentateuch simply the historical account of God’s chosen people? Or is it something more?
This series explores the books of Genesis through Deuteronomy, examining why they were written, what they meant to their original audience, and how we should respond to them today.