New LOWER tuition effective March 1.
Whether pursuing MC credentials or improving your serve, meeting prescribed educational requirements or selectively cherry-picking, PLI courses could provide just what you’re looking for! All courses include weekly two-hour, online chats as well as required reading, assigned writing, and hands-on projects.
Registration deadline is Sunday, July 24, 2016.
PL121: Old Testament Survey
eProf: Dr. Allen Tyndall, MED, MDiv, DMin
Tuesdays, 8:00pm Eastern
How is the Bible like an onion? To find out, join us in studying the literature, historical background, geography and significance of the books of the Old Testament. When you learn to bridge the gap from original meaning to the contemporary significance of God’s revelation of Himself, you’ll discover that the Bible is not primarily about history, but about God. In lively class discussion, pat answers are challenged as students and eProf learn to live out Proverbs 27:17.
PL531: Biblical Theology
eProf: Jim Carder, MA, PhD
Thursdays, 8:00pm Eastern
This course introduces the content, discipline, and practical application of biblical theology so foundational for a biblical worldview, practical ministry, and systematic theology. The theology of the entire Bible is considered as well as many of the major themes from Genesis through Revelation emphasizing how the two testaments connect to produce one unified “Big Picture” view.
PL351: Teaching Methods & Christian Education Administration
eProf: John Oelze, MDiv, MA
Mondays, 8:00pm Eastern
Covering issues related to developing a church-wide spiritual formation track, this course zeroes in on developing relevant avenues for spiritual growth and critiquing contemporary communicators to aid in fostering one’s skills for effective, relevant teaching and leadership in the local church setting.
Audit any course for just $100
No grade or credit, submission of assignments not required, participate as much or little as desired.