Hebrews is an introduction to the letters written to Jewish Christians, with special attention to the Epistle to the Hebrews. The theme of the course points to Jesus Christ as the final revelation of God to humanity. Special emphasis is given to the hermeneutics of Hebrews in relation to the Old Testament.

Although teaching methods are determined both culturally and temporally, there are certain biblical principles that are universally applicable; these are the principles that form the basis of this course. We include principles for teaching children, youth, and adults.

Hebrews is an introduction to the letters written to Jewish Christians, with special attention to the Epistle to the Hebrews. The theme of the course points to Jesus Christ as the final revelation of God to humanity. Special emphasis is given to the hermeneutics of Hebrews in relation to the Old Testament.

We will inductively study the epistles to the Romans and Galatians using the Bible study methods we have introduced in previous courses. In these two wonderful epistles from pen of the Apostle to the Gentiles, we find soteriology applied universally.

A theological study of the three phases of salvation from the moment of new birth until the glorious reunion with our Lord. The focus of this course is both missiological and soteriological. It includes a study of sanctification as an essential part of salvation.