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Online Classes from a Historic Christian Perspective

The Center for Biblical Unity offers an array of courses designed to help you teach, disciple and lead God's people into biblically faithful discussions about race, justice and unity.

race & justice

Become a Leader for Gospel-Centered Community Transformation

This is a sequence of three courses designed to introduce regular people into a historical Christian perspective on race and justice, as well as comparing and contrasting the Critical Social Theories as an alternative model.

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Next offered: January 2023

Topics:

  • Biblical survey on race and ethnicity

  • Defining racism

  • Racial reconciliation

  • Multiethnic churches

  • Biracial marriage and children

  • Transracial adoption
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Next offered: May 2023

Topics

  • Biblical survey on justice

  • Systemic injustice

  • Policing

  • Court system

  • Equity vs. Equality

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Next offered: August 2023

This course will expose students to the framework of Critical Race Theory and help them to consider how it compares to the tenants of the historic Christian worldview.

Prerequisites: Theology of Race & Ethnicity + Theology of Justice

bible interpretation

Hermeneutics for Regular People

This is a sequence of three courses designed to introduce regular people into the traditional, author-centered approach to interpreting Scripture.

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Next offered: January 2023

 This course will equip students with foundational skills to properly interpret and apply  Scripture. Students will receive exposure to the traditional literal/historical/grammatical method.

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Next offered: May 2023

This course will trace the story of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and see how it all fits together. We will discover God's wonderful plan to be the king of our lives and rule over His creation.

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Next offered: August 2023

This course builds on the skills introduced in the first two courses. It also considers the question of whether getting objective interpretations is even possible (standpoint epistemology). 

Prerequisites: How to (Really) Interpret the Bible + God's Big Story

theology

Theology for Regular People

This is a sequence of three courses designed to introduce regular people into the classical categories of systematic theology.

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Next offered: January 2024

Topics:

  • Inerrancy and Authority of the Bible

  • Origins of the Bible

  • Creation

  • Demons and Angels

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Next offered: May 2024

Topics:

  • Doctrine of humanity

  • Doctrine of Christ

  • Doctrine of sin

  • Doctrine of salvation

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Next offered: August 2024

Topics:

  • Doctrine of the Holy Spirit

  • Doctrine of the church

  • End times

  • Eternal state (heaven/hell)

LOGISTICS

Length:

  • Each course is 10 weeks.

 

Format:

We use the "flipped classroom" model for our courses. This means that students watch the lectures and complete the reading before coming to class. Class time is used to help students process what they are learning, address questions, and discuss potential personal and ministry application.. Students access course content via Google Classroom.

  • Weekly lectures: approx. 2 hours per week

  • Reading assignments: approx. 25 pages per week

  • Live engagement via Zoom: 90 minutes a week + optional 30 minutes of open Q/A each week

  • Written assignments geared toward practical life application (usually 1-2 per course)

Need more info? Email us info@centerforbiblicalunity.com.

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