Jason Weaver has served with Ethnos360 since 2003. His positions include teaching at Ethnos360 Bible Institute and Ethnos360 Training, as well as consulting for Bible translators on the language and meaning of New Testament passages. Jason has a Master of Arts in New Testament from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School..
Scot Keen has served at Ethnos360 Bible Institute as a teacher since 2003. He also served for many years as Dean of Education. Scot is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary where he earned his Master of Arts in Biblical Studies and Doctor of Ministry. He and his wife April have been married for seventeen years and have three children.
Course Description and Goals
This course is a study of the origin and development of God’s Word including inspiration, revelation, canonicity, authority, and translations. Upon completion of this course:
- The student will be able to define and explain the core concepts of Bibliology (i.e., revelation, inspiration, canonicity, transmission and translation).
- The student will be able to trace the historical development of the Bible from inspiration to the present English versions of the Bible that we have today.
- The student will articulate the major contemporary challenges presented against the reliability of Scripture and responses to those challenges.
Class Cost: $170
This class can also be audited for $40 per credit hour.