Course Category: Biblical Studies
- Hebrews - $149.00
This course portrays the absolute sufficiency of Christ’s sacrifice and proclaims the freedom from the two greatest enemies of faith: legalism and ritualism. This is a verse-by-verse study showing the supremacy of Christ over the law, the priesthood, and every other religious idealism created by man. Jesus is revealed as the fulfillment of all the Levitical, sacrificial types. This course will free you from the need for empty religious ritualism and move you to the realities we have in Jesus.
- Pastoral Epistles - $149.00
This Course shows how Paul mentored Timothy to develop him into a man of character and faith. This verse-by-verse study of I and II Timothy and Titus is supplemented with selected pastoral instruction from other New Testament epistles. Learn the principles that Paul used to select and develop leaders. This class will help you avoid some of the most common pitfalls in developing yourself as a leader.
- General Epistles - $149.00
A verse-by-verse study that covers the epistles of I and II Thessalonians, Philemon, James, I and II Peter, I, II and III John, and Jude. Special attention is given to the promises and the New Covenant provisions for the believer. Many hard-to-answer questions are addressed in the books.
- Second Corinthians - $149.00
Paul’s follow-up letter to the church that had so many problems. Discover many aspects of grace and personal development though this verse-byverse study with a detailed analysis of the promises of God through the exchange of Jesus Christ on the Cross. Special attention is given to “Paul’s thorn.” You will gain an insight that few people ever discover about experiencing God’s grace
- First Corinthians - $149.00
This course exposes that early church problems were not very different than those we face today. This verse-by-verse study reveals some of the problems of the early church and how they were handled. Issues such as super spirituality, misuse of spiritual gifts, apostolic authority, immorality problems, giving and resurrection from the dead are brought to light. You will learn how Paul corrected the problems without destroying the church. You will see that his message of grace was not a license for sin, but an empowerment for righteousnes