Institute
Seminary level training from world-class professors

This program is designed specifically for pastors and those wanting a graduate-level education. All of these classes are taught by some of the finest faculty, handpicked from 16 major seminaries. We recommend that you start with the 11 core classes, which are the classes you would generally attend in your first year at seminary. If you want to continue this level of education, move on to the more than 30 elective classes.

  • Number of Classes:
    42 Classes
  • Price:
    FREE
  • Skill Level
    Seminary

Core

Dr. Douglas Stuart
An overview of Genesis through Malachi.
Dr. Robert Stein
Detailed overview of Matthew through John.
Dr. Robert Stein
Detailed overview of Acts through Revelation.
Dr. Robert Stein
Detailed instruction on how to study your Bible.
Dr. Paul House
The themes of the Old Testament.
Dr. Greg Beale
Seminary level class on Biblical Theology.
Dr. Bruce Ware
Introduction to theology, and our view of Scripture and God.
Dr. Bruce Ware
Teaching on Christ, Salvation, the Church, and last things.
Dr. John Johnson
Theological discussion of why and how we do ministry.
Dr. Gary Parrett
This is a seminary-level class on worship and Christian formation.
Dr. John Johnson
What is a leader in the church: definitions and values.

Electives

Dr. Bruce Waltke
Read, understand, and meditate authentically on the Psalms.
Dr. Bruce Waltke
In-depth discussion of how to read and apply Proverbs.
Dr. Bill Mounce
Learn enough Greek to use the study tools better.
Dr. Bill Mounce
Summary lectures over every chapter of Basics of Biblical Greek.
Dr. Ben Witherington
An introduction to the New Testament.
Dr. Darrell Bock
What do the four gospels teach us about Jesus?
Dr. Thomas Schreiner
Detailed overview of Acts through Revelation.
Dr. Craig Blomberg
An introduction to the Gospels and Acts.
Dr. Craig Blomberg
An introduction to the epistles and Revelation.
Dr. Douglas Moo
The most important theological book in the New Testament.
Dr. Douglas Moo
Paul's most emotional letter, with a summary of Pauline theology.
Dr. George Guthrie
An exegetical study of Hebrews.
Dr. Robert Mulholland
It is going to get bad, but remain faithful because God wins.
Dr. Frank Thielman
Seminary-level class on the New Testament.
Dr. Timothy Tennent
Detailed overview of Buddhism, and how a Christian can talk with a Buddhist.
Dr. Timothy Tennent
Detailed overview of Hinduism, and how a Christian can talk with a Hindu.
Dr. Timothy Tennent
Detailed overview of Islam, and how a Christian can talk with a Muslim.
Dr. Timothy Tennent
An overview of worldwide missions today.
Dr. Ronald Nash
This an introductory class to Christian Apologetics.
Dr. Ronald Nash
Interaction of Philosophy and Christian thought the centuries.
Dr. Ronald Nash
Basic introduction to pastoral and social ethics.
Dr. Ronald Nash
How we look at reality, whether we know it or not.
Dr. Michael L. Peterson
The philosophy and theology of C.S. Lewis.
Dr. Gerald Bray
The first 700 years of the Church.
Dr. Gerald Bray
Reformation through the Age of Reason.
Dr. Gordon Isaac
The life and impact of Martin Luther on the Reformation and beyond.
Dr. Peter Kuzmič
A framework for a theology of world missions based on a biblical worldview.
How Wesleyan theologians approach theology.
Dr. Robert Tuttle, Jr.
An in-depth look at the issues of evangelism.
Dr. Gary Parrett
Introduction to the ministry of education within the church.
Dr. Bryan Chapell
The principles and practice of sermon-crafting to show the unifying principle of grace.