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A Survey of the Bible


 with Ken Schaap

short description:
Learn what the most influential book ever written has to say and what it means to our world today.
long description:
A Survey of the Bible is a look at what the 66 Books of the Bible mean to people
today. This course answers questions like, Who wrote the Bible? What does the Bible
say that's relevant? and How does the Bible apply to me? In getting these and other
questions answered, students will learn the background of the Bible and the
amazing story of the Life of Jesus Christ.
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
by appointment
fee comments:
$30 per class hour
 session structure





A Survey of the Bible

live session

Learn what the most influential book ever written has to say and what it means to our world today.

1h 0m

total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: 10 sessions of 45 minutes each

languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 30US$  (300lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online

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United States

Ken Schaap

description of :
Ken Schaap has a Master's Degree in Biblical Education
and teaches a variety of Biblical Theology courses on the
collegiate level. He hosts a weekly radio show that
discusses the relevance of Scripture to our world and has
lectured throughout the United States on different
matters of Christianity.
Teacher's qualifications:
To share the truths of the Bible with as many as possible.

Bachelor of Science in Pastoral Theology-Hyles-
Anderson College-2006
Masters of Biblical Education-Hyles-Anderson College-

5 years of teaching experience in Biblical Theology at
Hyles-Anderson College (2007-present)
2 years of teaching experience at the Middle School level
in areas of Bible and Holy Land History. (2005-2007)
Two years as radio host of Theology Without Apology
8 years as a Church Bible Class Teacher

's preferred teaching style:
Ken uses conversation far more than lecture. Questions
are not only welcomed but encouraged. Discussion and
debate are important in grounding a student in the
subject matter.

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