The Institute program is graduate-level classes taught by professors handpicked from 18 major seminaries. These are the core classes would generally attend in your first year at seminary. Okanagan Bible College is our partner to offer undergraduate and graduate credit and theological degrees. The Leadership classes will help prepare your staff for leadership.
The gospel according to Moses, showing us how to live in relationship with God. Deuteronomy celebrates the triumph of grace.
Why do we serve God even when we experience suffering? If God is good and powerful, why do we see evil and suffering in the world? Job asks these questions and God answers him.
Read, understand, and meditate authentically on the Psalms.
In-depth discussion of how to read and apply Proverbs.
Learn enough Greek to use the study tools better.
Summary lectures over every chapter of Basics of Biblical Greek.
The history of the Greek text behind modern translations.
An in-depth look at the charges against the historicity of the gospels, and the evangelical answers
What do the four gospels teach us about Jesus?
Detailed overview of Acts through Revelation.
An introduction to the Gospels and Acts.
An introduction to the epistles and Revelation.
An introduction to the New Testament.
A class on the early years of the church.
The most important theological book in the New Testament.
Paul's most emotional letter, with a summary of Pauline theology.
Paul's last three letters to his close friends Timothy and Titus.
An exegetical study of Hebrews.
It is going to get bad, but remain faithful because God wins.
A detailed discussion of all the major doctrinal themes in the New Testament
John Wesley's beliefs understood from an historical and theological perspective
John Wesley's theology for the doctrines of the entire process of salvation, the church, and eschatology
The philosophy and theology of C.S. Lewis.
The life and impact of Martin Luther on the Reformation and beyond.
How we look at reality, whether we know it or not.
This an introductory class to Christian Apologetics.
Interaction of Philosophy and Christian thought through the centuries.
Basic introduction to pastoral and social ethics.
The first 700 years of the Church.
Reformation through the Age of Reason.