Registration deadline is Sunday, November 5, 2017.
PL141: New Testament Survey
eProf: Allen Tyndall, MEd, MDiv, DMin
Mondays, 8:00pm Eastern
Come study the literature, historical background, geography, and significance of the New Testament. Emphasis is placed on the structure, main themes, and interpretation of key verses and passages within each NT book as well as basic terms and facts concerning history, geography, and theology.
PL211: Systematic Theology I
eProf: Phil Carder, MDiv
Tuesdays, 8:00pm Eastern
What does the Bible say about the person of God, the historical Jesus, the existence of spiritual beings and phenomena, the creation story, the source and propagation of sin, and the purpose of man? Roll up your sleeves for Systematic Theology 1’s required theological digging designed to stir, challenge, and anchor every student. This course helps students arrange the puzzle pieces in an orderly, logical fashion to solidify why they believe what they believe.
PL371: Missions and the Church
eProf: Wayne Allen, MA, PhD (Missiology)
Thursdays, 8:00pm Eastern
God’s ultimate purpose in the world is to reveal His glory through the establishment of His Kingdom by the healing of the nations (Rev. 22:2), and the Church is the instrument of that healing. Come discover your role in the big picture.
Audit any course for just $100
No grade or credit, submission of assignments not required, participate as much or little as desired.