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Fall Courses


PL121: Old Testament Survey

Allen Tyndall, MEd, MDiv, Dmin
Mondays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: November 30, 2020

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, answers are challenged as students grow and learn to live out Proverbs 27:17.


PL111: Biblical Interpretation

Patrick Jones, MDiv, ThM
Tuesdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: December 8, 2020

With an emphasis on the inductive approach to biblical interpretation, this course introduces students to methods of Bible study and to the principles of biblical interpretation. What do students say? “The assignments made me go beyond the surface.” “I looked forward to weekly chats.” “I really enjoyed this course!”



PL550: Leading Change in Your World

Dr. Jim Carder, MA, PhD (Leadership)
Thursdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: December 3, 2020

This new course will focus on the Servant Leader as World Changer by looking through the lens of contemporary issues that call for personal and organizational change.  The concept of Servant Leadership and how it differs from other leadership theories will be explained. Mission and vision, strategic planning, organizational change models, and other best practices for meaningful and purposeful change within the context of your world (personal, work, ministry, family) will also be explored.

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