World Wide Classroom

November 10, 2010 at 8:02 Leave a comment

World Wide Classroom is sponsored by Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, MI.  That is the PCA’s seminary.  They offer over 20 courses.  I am doing Hebrews to Revelation right now.

When sign up you choose from,

Ancient and Medieval Church History, Apologetics and Outreach, Calvin’s Institutes,

Christ-Centered Preaching: Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, Christian Ethics,

Christian Worship, Educational Foundations, Francis A. Schaeffer: The Early Years,

Francis A. Schaeffer: The Later Years, God and His Word, God’s World Mission,

Hebrews to Revelation, Humanity, Christ, and Redemption, Life and Letters of Paul,

Life and Teachings of Jesus, Marriage and Family Counseling, New Testament History and Theology,

New Testament Overview, Old Testament History, Old Testament Overview, Psalms and Wisdom

Books, Reformation and Modern Church History, Spirit, Church, and Last Things, Studies in Judges,

Studies in Leviticus, Youth Ministry

Choose anyone of these courses that are a semester long.  When click on these you come to the main page for your course.  You get a course description and below is your lessons.  The lesson description is on the left and on the right you can click to listen to the lecture or you can print out a transcript of the lecture.  I am visual learner so need the transcript.

You get a syllabus or an outline for the course.  The courses a listed and when click on the lesson click on PDF and you get an outline you have to fill in as you go.  When you’re done with that lesson move on the next one.

You get a list of books you need to buy for the class.  I suggest you buy them on http://www.half.com.

This is a resource for the world.  Native pastors get a good education in their native country and we can get a good Gospel education.

Try a course and see how it helps you in your Christian walk.

 

 

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