This course comprised of 12 -week online sessions designed to introduce and discuss the theory and practice of two of the Critical Historical Method. It encourages critical use of the perspectives, tools and methods of biblical scholarship. The goal of all biblical exegesis is to draw out what the text meant for its original audience, in its original historical setting in hopes of providing a contextual hermeneutic for today’s proclaiming of the “Good News for God’s people.” Toward this end, each session will focus on an aspect of the exegetical method and complete their work with a piece of proclamation, anchored in exegesis.


After the course the students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the tasks and methods involved in biblical interpretation, acquiring the skills needed in biblical exegesis. They will also cultivate a greater understanding for both the theoretical methods of biblical interpretation, as well as the hermeneutical proximity found in the writings of the Early Church Fathers. 

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This 12-week online course will introduce students to the liturgical and sacramental life of sacred Christian worship through its historical, philosophical and theological developments. Attention will be given to the development of corporate worship through prayer books, liturgical calendars and theological constructs. Students will be exposed to various renewal movements surrounding the liturgical and sacramental theology of the church along with their key characters and events. In particular the sacrament of the Eucharist as an act of praise and thanksgiving, along with Baptism will be surveyed as the outlined in the World Council of Churches’ Faith and Order documents.

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This course is normally a 12-week online course which introduces students to the twenty-first century Protestant theological movement. We are now offering a special 6-week intensive version of this course at a reduced price.  The course focuses on the recovery of classical consensual Christian orthodoxy. From a theological framework, students will examine how the classical consensual method of interpreting Scripture acts as a corrective to modernity’s historical critical method. From a religious educational framework, students will explore both the various ecclesiological forms within Paleo-Orthodoxy along with the sociological process for how each form develops and hands on Christian Orthodox truth to its adherents.    

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