“Do you yearn to journey deeper into God’s Word – to grasp the big picture in a way that makes sense of all of its parts? Learn how to engage Scripture in three ways: paying attention to details “in the text,” understanding the cultural and historical background “behind the text,” and considering the implications and impact “in front of the text.” BibleJourney offers pathways to learn the content of the Bible, practice proper principles of interpretation and application, and opportunities to engage others in Bible study.
BibleJourney uses seminary faculty and graduates to guide your learning. The program uses rich visuals to illustrate Bible background, with video and images from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Greece and Rome. The program offers tracks for certification as well as supplementary learning events such as study tours to the lands of the Bible.
BibleJourney is now offering class both in person and online. All participants can listen and watch for enrichment or join a group of fellow sojourners taking the courses for credit. Register now!
As an outreach of Gordon-Conwell's Biblical Literacy Project, BibleJourney seeks to train Christian believers and congregations to understand, interpret, apply and teach the Bible. This mission reflects the seminary’s focus on providing evangelical churches with tools to help them “handle accurately the Word of God” (2 Timothy 2:15). These tools result in more effective kingdom service and biblical discernment for a host of denominations and independent movements within evangelical Christianity.
At Gordon-Conwell, we envision creating a generation of believers who:
This vision includes the education and certification of qualified Bible teachers who can effectively minister in local and parachurch settings. Click here for curriculum information.
Participant (Level 1):
Participants attend classes but are not required to complete assignments and do not meet in break-out groups. This level provides visitors with exposure to the big picture of the Bible in its context.
Cost: $100 per course
First Time Online Cost: $50*
Student (Level 2):
Students are expected to attend classes, participate in a 30 minute discussion group, and to complete all assignments. This level offers a Certificate in Biblical Literacy. Students completing assignments satisfactorily can receive the equivalent of graduate credit towards a degree program. They are also eligible to take “Interpreting the Bible” and “Teaching the Transforming Word” for credit and certification.
Cost: $200 per course
First Time Online Cost: $100*
(Churches are encouraged to subsidize the cost for their participants)
*The cost of the online BibleJourney program is discounted 50% during its initial startup phase.
Our Current Courses
Journey through the Old Testament begins on September 29 at the Charlotte campus with our Dean Tim Laniak!
The Forming of God’s Covenant People (Genesis – Deuteronomy) will be offered on Tuesday nights from 6:45-8:45 p.m.
Questions for in-person credit?
Write to Mark Poe at email@example.com.
09/29/15 - 12/01/15 (No Class during Thanksgiving)
Tuesdays at 6:45 p.m.
GCTS - Charlotte
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