8 weeks. $200. Anyone interested in effectively transmitting the faith to another person, or to the next generation, will find themselves equipped and challenged. Sunday School Teachers, Bible class instructors, and even parents, authors, and artists will be presented with the essentials of the Bible, along with an apologetic emphasis. The goal is to not only orient people with information about the Bible, but to highlight points of friction with today's challenges to the Christian faith. The course covers material that reflects areas of agreement shared by nearly all Christian denominations. For more information about the course layout, curriculum, format, and discounts for groups, please visit this page. ### Christ Promised in the Old Testament 2 Weeks.$100. Could you demonstrate that Jesus was the Christ from the Old Testament alone as the apostles did? (Acts 17:11, 18:28, 1 Cor 15:3). This survey of major OT evidences for Jesus as the Christ will help you see how Christianity and Judaism were related why Jews found it compelling at the time. This is an introduction that will help in personal growth and evangelism efforts.

Strongly Suggested Materials: The Bible.

4 weeks. $100. This course is an introduction to basic Christian beliefs and how one ought to live out the Christian life for the glory of God. The course is divided into four weeks according the the four sections of the book, Mere Christianity. One section a week will be required reading for the class, along with supplemental online material provide by the course instructor. Required reading: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis, plus additional online material provided by the Instructor. ### Survey of the Pentateuch 6 weeks.$100. Anthony Horvath taught Old Testament for four years at the 7th and 9th grade levels.

The Old Testament is an important but often overlooked part of Christianity. Understanding the New Testament requires a broad understanding of the Old but because of its size and the diversity of styles, knowledge of the OT often consists of random but famous bible stories, such as David and Goliath. This survey will cover the first five books of the Old Testament, also known as the Pentateuch, and address them in light of the New Testament and Christianity. This survey will lay a foundation for further study of the Old Testament and highlight why this is necessary for an understanding of the New Testament.

Strongly Suggest Materials: The Bible, and more TBA