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EXPLORE THE NEW TESTAMENT IN SIX UNIQUE MODULES

We have divided the books of the New Testament into six courses for in-depth study. Each course will last two months and provide the opportunity for students to examine each book within that section. Students can attempt to attend all six courses or only attend those courses that particularly interest them or fit their schedule

Next School:

  • Price:  250 UAH 
  • Dates: 12 October - 30 November

Prison and Pastoral Letters of Paul

The Apostle Paul is undeniably one of the most influential individuals in the history of western civilization. In the span of a few short decades he planted churches across Asia and into Europe, from the dusty roads of Palestine to the watery edge of the Roman Empire. Paul’s numerous letters, preserved in the New Testament, have been translated into more languages than any other book in history. As well as being a successful missionary and prolific author, the Apostle Paul was both a dedicated mentor and frequently a prisoner. Interestingly, Paul wrote a number of the letters we now treasure (Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians, Philippians and 2 Timothy) from behind bars. As a central church leader, the Apostle also frequently wrote in the capacity of a wise and experienced minister to younger men serving in Pastoral ministry (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus).

The Writings of Luke

Luke, a learned man and long-time companion of the Apostle Paul set out to investigate the claims of the Gospel concerning Jesus and to compile an orderly account of the ministry of Jesus and the beginning and spread of the Church based upon eye-witness accounts. Luke’s writing is unique among the other gospels as his is the only penned by a Gentile and his account in Acts gives us a clearest perspective on the spread of early Christianity in the Ancient World.

The Early Letters of Paul

The Apostle Paul is undeniably one of the most influential individuals in the history of western civilization. In the span of a few short decades he planted churches across Asia and into Europe, from the dusty roads of Palestine to the watery edge of the Roman Empire. Paul’s numerous letters, preserved in the New Testament, have been translated into more languages than any other book in history. The Apostle’s longest and most influential letters, many of which give us some of the richest theology and insight into the faith, were written in the early part of his missionary ministry.

Mark and Matthew

In this course we will explore the setting, occasion and major themes of the Gospels of Mark and Matthew. Students will receive an overview of each book, gain hands on experience studying it individually and in small group workshops and discuss what practical application these truths can bear onto life in the 21st century.

The General Letters

In this course we will explore the setting, occasion and major themes of each of the general letters. Students will receive an overview of each book, gain hands on experience studying it individually and in small group workshops and discuss what practical application these truths can bear onto life in the 21st century.

The Writings of John

In this course we will explore the setting, occassion and major themes of each of the writings of John. Students will receive an overview of each book, gain hands on experience studying it individually and in small group workshops and discuss what practical application these truths can bear onto life in the 21st century.

How Do These Courses Work?

Our courses are two months in length and focus in on a specific section of the New Testament for in depth study. Each book will be studied individually giving students the possibility of studying through every book of the New Testament.

How Do They Start?

Each individual course opens with a Saturday seminar in which we will teach bible study principles and techniques and introduce students to the course’s methodology.

When Are the Regular Classes?

After the Saturday seminar regular classes will be held on Mondays and Thursdays each week from 19:00-21:00.

Is There Any Homework?

Yes, the course involves homework that will require between 2.5 – 5 hours of attention each week.

Where Are the Classes?

Our classroom is located at Metro Pozniaky (M3)
2 Oleksandra Myshuhy Street, office 415

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NEXT MODULE WRITTINGS OF LUKE

Next course starts October 12 and finishes November 30!

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