Take an Online Class with Ethnos360
You have been invited to take part in Ethnos360 Bible Institute’s first two online classes! Watch the video below as Dan, president of Ethnos360 Bible Institute’s Michigan campus, discusses this exciting new opportunity.
Take a Class… At Home!
This is a college course with Ethnos360 Bible Institute. You will have homework and then receive credit upon completion. Choose between two classes (or take both), Bibliology and Meta-Narrative of Scripture. We hope you will join us!
Your teacher, Jason Weaver, is an exegetical consultant for Ethnos360 specializing in Greek Exegesis. Jason received his Master of Arts in New Testament from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, taught for eight years at Ethnos360 Bible Institute and is currently teaching at Ethnos360’s missionary training center.
Study the origin and development of God’s Word including revelation, inspiration, canonicity, authority, and translations. These topics are approached with an awareness of current attacks on the reliability of Scripture. You will learn how to respond to challenges such as textual variants and ‘lost gospels.’
1 Credit, Register by January 14th
Class Runs from January 21st – February 25th
Meta-Narrative of Scripture
Trace the major plot-line of the Bible revealing the cohesiveness of the Biblical narrative and the ways in which the major Biblical events relate to tell one overarching story. Learn how meta-narrative impacts your ability to interpret the details of Scripture and see your place within the plan of God.
1 Credit, Register By February 25th
Class Runs from March 4th – April 8th.
Your teacher, Scot Keen, is the Academic Dean at Ethnos360 Bible Institute where he has taught for the past 15 years. Scot is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary where he earned two degrees: Master of Arts in Biblical Studies and Doctor of Ministry. Scot and his wife April have been married for seventeen years and have three children.
Frequently Asked Questions
At various times in the course, students will respond to a question posed by the instructor based on the content learned during that particular unit. Students will be required to read a select number of posts from their peers and respond to their work. Guidelines are given for quality interactions. The instructor will read and interact with students through these posts. Also, the instructor will designate time slots in which he is available to students via chat.
Know Someone Who Would Benefit From These Classes?
Feel free to make this opportunity available to friends and family you believe would benefit from this course.
We would love for you to share it with them!
Register for Class Today
Join Ethnos360 Bible Institute’s first online classes. We have fifty spots available for each class, and would love to have you with us!