Courses

Courses

  • Elementary Greek

    12 Lessons $59.95

    Course

    This course provides each student with the necessary tools and skills to understand Biblical Greek in order to grow deeper in his or her knowledge of the Bible. Different aspects of the language will be discussed such as noun forms, verb forms, adjectives, adverbs, and conjunctions. Along with this, participants will enhance their vocabulary of the Greek language and learn translation tools so that they will be able to begin searching through the Greek New Testament.

    In order to participate in this course, each person must have the textbook, which is Learn to Read New Testament Greek by David Alan Black. The textbook is included in the registration fee. Note: Club 360 Members pay only for the book. Use code CLUB360. (We will verify membership. If you would like to join Club 360, use this code and we will contact you.)

  • Mixing Kingdom and Grace

    4 Lessons

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    There is much confusion in the church today regarding the kingdom of God and the gospel of grace. There are disastrous consequences when these two are mixed together. In this course we will look at specific passages and show what happens when there is no distinction drawn between the two.

  • TULIP Season: An analysis of the five points of Reformed Soteriology

    6 Lessons

    TULIP-COURSE

    Reformed theology (Calvinism) is a very popular theological movement in the church today, especially among the young. Due to its popularity, it is essential that we “question the assumptions” of the basic tenants of the Reformed movement. These assumptions are known by the acrostic TULIP.

    R.C. Sproul is arguably the most influential proponent of Reformed Theology. Sproul introduces the TULIP system by discussing the theological controversy that resulted in the development of the popular acrostic. Sproul explains:

    “There were basically five doctrines that were the core of the controversy. As a result of this debate, these five core theological issues became known in subsequent generations as the “five points of Calvinism.” They are now known through the very popular acrostic TULIP, which is a clever way to sum up the five articles that were in dispute. The five points, as they are stated in order to form the acrostic TULIP, are: total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance of the saints.” (1)

    These “five points of Calvinism,” as Sproul calls them, will be the topic of this course. In “TULIP Season,” class participants will learn the basic five points and analyze their Biblical basis. Students will be encouraged to discard theological ideas that do not have solid Biblical footing.

    NOTE: Dr. White does not hold to Calvinism or Reformed Theology. His perspective will be from a point of a Berean, searching the Scriptures to test theological ideas.

    (1) R.C. Sproul. TULIP and Reformed Theology, and Introduction.

  • The New Covenant

    4 Lessons

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    Are Christians today living under the New Covenant, as much of the church believes? Is the church living out the promises found in Jeremiah 31? In this course we will look closely at Hebrews 8.6-13 as we begin to question some common assumptions about the new covenant.

  • Why You Need a King James Version Bible - Part 1

    4 Lessons

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    A generation ago we gave up the KJV because it was too hard to read. But why was it not too difficult for our grandparents and their parents and their parents to read?  What did we really give up when we stopped using the KJV? In this course you will learn why the KJV is the best bible to use for the person who is serious about their Bible study. You will learn what some of the old English word endings really mean and why it matters.  After completing this course you will walk away with a richer understanding of the language used in your King James Bible and a deeper appreciation for the translators of the KJB.