Old Testament Survey (12 courses for a total of 5 credit hours)
OT216–OT227: Old Testament Survey
This series of 12 shorter courses provides a survey of the Old Testament, examining the creation of Israel as a nation and God’s process of building a nation to represent Him on earth. Stuart lays the foundation for understanding the struggles and triumphs of the relationship between God and Israel. These studies focus on the Scriptures, but also introduce you to the relevant cultural, geographical, linguistic, and historical contexts within which the texts were written.
Course Lecturer: Douglas K.Stuart, Ph.D.(Harvard University) Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
New Testament Survey (12 courses for a total of 5 credit hours)
NT217–NT228: New Testament Survey
This series of 12 shorter courses provides a survey of the New Testament with vital information regarding the birth and ministry of Jesus, the ministry of the disciples, the background and context of the New Testament books, and the growth of the early church. These studies focus on the Scriptures, but also introduce students to the relevant cultural, geographical, linguistic, and historical contexts within which the texts were written.
Course Lecturer: Craig L.Blomberg, Ph.D.(University of Aberdeen) Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary
Intro to Christian Apologetics (12 courses for a total of 5 credit hours)
CA201-CA211: Apologetics Survey
This series of 11 short courses provides a survey of Apologetics through video lectures, discussion forums, reflective journaling and interactive activities.
Developed by: ChristianCourses.com/RBC Ministries
WE103: Basics of World Religions and Worldviews
Understanding world religions and worldviews is essential to understanding our own faith and sharing it with others with effectiveness. This two-part course compares and contrasts beliefs among Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, and Judaism and then leads students through a summary and comparison of seven major worldviews, showing ways in which each view attempts to answer basic questions of life.
Course Lecturer: RBC Ministries
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