After a very successful first round of courses, we are excited to announce four new offerings. We have gathered lots of feedback from our students in order to refine the structure of our courses to try and maximize their helpfulness for you. We also are excited to begin offering advanced Arcing/Bracketing courses this Fall after receiving overwhelming interest in continued learning. Finally, for those who have lost their Greek, we intend to help you get it back.
Currently Open for Enrollment
INTRODUCTION TO ARCING
Aug 4th – Sept 3rd
This course lays out the foundational concepts and structures necessary to begin using the Arcing Bible study method.
Day/time options for those interested in discussion enrollment (all times in CDT):
Wed at Noon | Wed at 9pm | Sat at 1pm
Scheduled for the Fall
THE LOGIC OF THE EPISTLES (ADVANCED ARCING/BRACKETING)
Sept 9th – Oct 14th
The biblical epistles are pervasively logical in nature, and Arcing and Bracketing are among the most helpful tools for understanding their arguments.
RECLAIM YOUR GREEK—DIAGRAMMING THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT
Sept 8th – Dec 22nd
The aim of this online, interactive course is to help you reclaim your Greek and to impart to you the tools and inspiration needed to use it fruitfully in your ministry.
INTRODUCTION TO BRACKETING
Sept 22nd – Oct 20th
This course lays out the foundational concepts and structures necessary to begin using the Bracketing Bible study method.
Endorsements of former students
“If you desire to understand the word of God for yourself, and are willing to expend every intellectual resource you possess while wrestling with every thought of an author, then I recommend devoting the time and energy that’s necessary in order to learn this invaluable Bible study method called Arcing.”
“I would highly recommend this course to anyone who has started the journey of arcing but is finding themselves a little lost.”
“I came to this course knowing very little about arcing. However, through the process of learning to arc, …I’ve developed the skill of hovering over biblical propositions to the point of making wonderfully delightful connections. Such saturation results in seeing and tasting our Lord; and He is so good!”