A practical approach to the Old Testament, this course gives students material they can use in teaching and preaching. It covers significant details from every book in the Old Testament in an inspirational yet informative manner.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Discuss the importance, structure, authors, and canon of the Old Testament.2.Explain how Genesis 1–11 serves as the introduction to the Old Testament, and summarize what it says about Creation, the Fall, the Flood, Noah and his sons, and Babel.3.Evaluate God’s covenants with Abraham, Moses, and David, and tell how each covenant influenced the history, religious life, and political relationships of the Jews.4.Describe the Exodus, the Covenant, the tabernacle, the offerings, priests, laws, and feasts.5.Summarize events that happened at Sinai, Kadesh, Moab, and Mount Nebo (Pisgah).6.Identify characteristics and themes from the five poetic and wisdom books.7.Comment on key leaders and prophets of each period from Abraham to Malachi.8.Summarize and apply two cross-cultural, timeless principles from each book of the Old Testament.
Mode of Study
•Lecture•Video•Student interaction•Hands on
•50 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Passmark 70%