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Want to know the Bible Better?

July 31, 2017 | by: Michael Shafran | 0 comments

Would you like to know the Bible better? Here is a great (and FREE) resource. Dallas Theological Seminary has a number of courses available for you to register for online for free. They send you weekly lectures via email taught by their faculty that you can watch online from the comfort of your own home. 

Click HERE to take you to the Dallas Seminary page to learn more and register. 

Current Course offerings are: (Descriptions from DTS website:) 

Romans: Romans is a six-week course taught by Dr. Ron Allen. This course on Romans covers the first eight chapters of the book and looks at the overarching theme of righteousness.

Revelation. Revelation is an nine-week course taught by Dr. Stanley Toussaint, examining insights into the social, political, and religious conditions of John’s day, how to intepret the prophecies presented in Revelation, and what Revelation tells us about Christ’s return.

The Gospel of John. The Gospel of John is an eight-week course taught by Dr. Mark Bailey, DTS President and Senior Professor of Bible Exposition. This course will deepen your understanding of John’s Gospel and strengthen your relationship with its subject—Jesus Christ.

How to Read the Bible Like a Seminary Professor. How to Read the Bible Like a Seminary Professor is a four-week course taught by Dr. Howard Hendricks (1924-2013), one of the most celebrated teachers in DTS’s history. This course will equip you with the same techniques that DTS professors use in their personal Bible study.

Genesis. Genesis is a ten-week course taught by Dr. James Allman, DTS Professor of Old Testament Studies. This course will take you on a journey through the book of Genesis concentrating on the creation narrative and the patriarchs.

Can You Trust the Bible? Can You Trust the Bible? is an eight-week course taught by three of DTS’ most esteemed biblical scholars. You’ll learn the history of the Bible, how it was canonized, and whether or not it can be trusted as the inerrant word of God.