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PL121: Old Testament Survey

Allen Tyndall, MEd, MDiv, Dmin
Tuesdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: June 2, 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.


PL211: Systematic Theology 1

Phil Carder, BA, MDiv
Thursdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: June 4, 2020

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. Phil Carder helps students arrange the puzzle pieces in an orderly, logical fashion to solidify why they believe what they believe.


PL671: Spiritual Formation

John Nissley, MDiv, DMin
Mondays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: June 1, 2020

Quick! When only seconds remain to escape with your life, what will you snatch? Spiritual Formation helps separate the essential from the superfluous and promotes a firm foundation for lifelong spiritual habits. Seasoned seminary professor, counselor, conference leader, and avid cyclist Dr. M. John Nissley will help you know and hear your Creator, honestly scrutinize yourself, and learn the discipline and value of solitude.

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