Greek IV (10 weeks, Jan–Mar) This final course in our Beginning Greek series will focus on verbs in non-indicative moods. Students will also develop skills in phrasing and diagramming the Greek text. If your proficiency in reading Greek has slipped off, this course will be a great boost toward regaining your confidence in the essential task of studying the Greek NT. Alternative: For those interested in this track, but without the Greek basis to be able to take Greek IV, you are invited to take our self-paced Arcing course during this term to prepare you for the next course in the series.
The Theology of Biblical Poetry (6 weeks, Apr–May) Enroll Now Some would argue that poetry is not aimed at teaching doctrine. I could not disagree more! The beauty of biblical poetry is that it not only teaches doctrine but stirs our hearts to feel the weight of its truth. A grave danger in learning doctrine is gaining facts but walking away unchanged (James 1:22–25). Biblical poetry provides a powerful antidote to being a “hearer only.” In this course we will dig into the rich theology of biblical poetry with Arcing, Bracketing, and Phrasing as our tools. (You need know only one of those methods to participate.)
Didactics (10 weeks, Jun–Aug) This course puts the exclamation point on everything Biblearc EQUIP is intended to accomplish. Simply put, this LIVE course is an opportunity you do not want to miss out on. Whether you are just beginning your preaching ministry or are a veteran communicator, this course will help you hone your skills. (Prerequisite: Arcing, Bracketing, or Phrasing.)
Hebrew I (10 weeks, Sep–Nov) Now is the time to begin (or restart) your journey into the beautiful world of biblical Hebrew. And what sweeter way to learn than by singing in joyful worship —in Hebrew. This is in all-new modification of our current Hebrew course, slowing down the pace, adding in more vocabulary helps, and more.