Sept 9th – Oct 28th
Your “hermeneutic” is the method or principle you use when interpreting the Word of God. This course will examine this subject with the conviction that our hermeneutics are best developed by paying close attention to how in fact the Bible speaks of and interprets itself. This course will also provide a brief survey of all the Bible study methods employed on Biblearc.
Basic enrollment $89 ($79 with early enrollment)
Discussion enrollment $149 ($129 with early enrollment)
One-on-one enrollment $219 ($199 with early enrollment)
Interactive lectures This course includes seven interactive, 2-hour lectures, in addition to an introductory lecture the first week. You may watch these lectures live, or at your convenience. One-on-one and Discussion enrollment students will be invited to participate in the lectures via online video chat. Live lecture recording times will be scheduled in coordination with these students the first week of the course and then announced to all students.
Discussion enrollment In addition to lectures and feedback, discussion enrollment gives you a one-hour group discussion time each week with the instructor of the course. Groups are made up of 5-9 students. Rated 4.6 / 5 stars in significance by discussion enrollees of other Biblearc courses.
Assignments This course includes seven extensive, biblically-rooted assignments which will be promptly corrected by the instructor and returned each week.
Course length This is a 8-week course.
One-on-one enrollment One-on-one enrollment allows you to benefit from a half hour of one-on-one time with the instructor each week, in addition to the standard provisions of the course.
Work load Between the lectures (2 hrs/wk) and assignments (3-4 hrs/wk), participants should expect to spend approximately 5-6 hours per week on this course.
Grading This course uses a 100 point grading system for all assignments. Students who complete this course with a display of proficiency will receive an indication of this on their Biblearc account. This will allow people searching shared work the ability to find the projects of those users who have had training from Biblearc.com. (still in development)
Google Hangouts This course uses Google’s “Hangouts on Air” to facilitate the live lectures, and ordinary Google Hangouts to facilitate discussion groups. All participants will be required to register for a free Google+ account if they do not already have one. (We will provide you information on how to do so.)