Apologetics for Current Times:
This course instructs learners on how to offer practical arguments in interpretation and defense of the Christian faith as it relates to 1) the sovereignty of God, 2) the authenticity of Old and New Testament scripture, and 3) the deity of Jesus Christ.
This course brings many bible stories to life as ancient biblical landmarks and territories are revealed and reconciled with current locations and names
Hermeneutics for Current Times
This course instructs learners on correctly interpreting biblical passages through in-depth research techniques, which includes correlating inductive, deductive, and dialectic research methodologies to apply exegetical standards to the biblical text.
Homiletics for Current Times
This course instructs and inspires learners to use preaching and teaching platforms to deliver authentic, compelling, and persuasive sermons. Incorporating biblical research, spiritual revelation, and discernment is emphasized to reveal, challenge, and connect the audience with the biblical text.
Old Testament in a Nutshell
This course explores historical and cultural information held within the Old Testament canon. Moreover, the events before and after the Flood, the call of Abraham and his descendants, and the establishment of ancient Israel are explored.
Jeremiah the Prophet (What did he Know)
This course explores the life of Jeremiah the Prophet, including what precipitated his call to ministry, his challenges, and those he challenged. Further, this course examines Jeremiah's contemporaries and probes into the symbols and analogies God used to guide Jeremiah's ministry.
Parables and The Torah
The learner learn how to apply the laws in the Torah to the parables that Jesus (Yeshua) taught. The learner will gain an understanding of the symbolism in each of the parables for insight into how the parables were used as a teaching device by Jesus. In addition, Hebrew concepts will be taught, such as Torah, Shema, Emunah, Teshuvah, and Moanzanei Tzedek.
Paul's letter to Galatia, Ephesus, Philippi & Colossae
This course captures the thematic expressions of the Apostle Paul as he exercises his apostolic authority in establishing church protocols and doctrine.
New Testament in a Nutshell
This course starts with a divisional breakout of the New Testament and explores events encompassing nearly 2,000 years of Christianity. From the book of Matthew to the book of Revelations, this course provides a cursory exploration of historical and cultural information held within the 27 books. Also explored are the events related to Pentecost (Shavuot) and individuals who impacted the development of Western Christianity to the present day.
The Book of Acts Part I (Acts 1 – 10)
This course is a historical account of the events leading to the Church's birth on the Day of Pentecost. The works of Peter, James, John, Philip, and many other unsung heroes are explored.
The Book of Acts Part II (Acts 11 – 28)
This course is part two of the historical account of the Church's birth, with the spreading of the gospel and work of the Holy Spirit through Paul, Barnabus, Silas, and many co-laborers and unsung heroes.
The Judges of Israel
This course studies the 15 Judges of Israel. From Othniel being the first judge to Samuel as the last, the leadership background, propensities, and exploits of all 15 judges are studied. Emphasis is placed on seven of those Judge-leaders during this course.
The Kings of Israel and Judah
This course studies the Kings of Israel and Judah, respectively. This course will identify and speak to the attributes of each king; however, particular emphasis will be placed on the Kings who had the most impact on ancient Judah and Israel.
The Restoration Team (Judah's post-exile period)
This course explores three individuals who make significant gains in restoring Jerusalem and the Temple after Judah's 70 years of Babylonian captivity. Zerubbabel influenced the rebuilding of the Temple. Ezra influenced the people to worship God properly. Nehemiah influenced the rebuilding of the wall.
Understanding the Book of Daniel
This course studies topics and themes from the Book of Daniel. The course covers Nebuchadnezzar's Dreams, the fall of Babylon, and the transition from one empire to another. This course also covers Daniel's dreams and visions and the relationship between Supernatural beings' interaction on Earth.
Understanding the Book of Genesis
The course covers how the natural universe was brought into existence by the Creative Word of God, the creation of man, the fall of man, and the story of redemption. The course also covers the following: I) The Human Race, 2) Events related to the Flood, 3) The Tower of Babel, 4) The Life and legacy of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Esau, and Joseph.
Understanding the Book of Romans
This course delves into the Apostle Paul's letter to the Church in Rome. The course covers several themes in Paul's discourse, including Sin and its effects, Faith and its relevancy, the Bondage of the Law vs. the Freedom of Grace, and how to live a victorious life in Christ.
Ezekiel the Prophet (What did he See)
This course explores the startling visions and revelations Ezekiel received while in exile in Babylon, including the massive mechanical apparatus in chapter one, God's directives for Ezekiel in chapter three, various symbols, and analogies in chapters four and five, and the across-the-board corruption in chapter eight, and much more.