An online, interactive course
Our core courses, called “Path Courses,” are designed to lead you deeper in your study of Scripture through academic rigor and a heart of worship. We have laid out fifteen different courses along the entire spectrum of Bible study training so that there might be something for everyone—both new believers and veteran pastors, stay-at-home moms and missionaries. These courses are conveniently online and include personal coaching, feedback on assignments, big rewards, and more. All of this to help you persevere to the end and truly learn to study the scriptures in greater depth. Our classroom also covers the globe, giving you the opportunity to participate in a truly unique form of fellowship. Finally, path courses are built to equip you to use Biblearc’s extensive Bible study toolbox so you can go on to discover new biblical glories for yourself.
About the “putting it together” series
On the foundation of keen observation skills and biblical interpretation principles, this series puts the focus on the central study objective of our efforts—discerning what the text means. Included here are the preferred Bible study methods of some of the best Bible teachers of our day—methods that help us see how texts grammatically and logically connect, taught in a way so that any serious Christian can learn.
Meet the LIVE class instructor
Each week, students will read through one lesson, meet together in a virtual classroom via Zoom, and complete an assignment. Students who enroll should expect to attend the class and complete each lesson and assignment on time.
During the live class time, a teacher will teach new content based on that week's lesson, facilitate group discussions, and lead students through class projects that apply the skills and knowledge taught by the lesson. Students will also be able to sign up for one-on-one coaching times with the teacher.
The course requires about three-four hours per week from students. This includes reading the lesson, completing the assignment, and participating in the live class time.
Weekly Requirements: The course requires students to complete three tasks each week:
Read the lesson content (about 1.5 hours)
Complete the assignment (about 1-1.5 hours)
Participate in a live class (about 1 hour)
Assignments: Weekly assignments allow students to apply the principles they learn as they phrase 2 Thessalonians.
Assessment: During the final week of the course, students will prepare for the assessment. During the one-hour assessment, students will answer several short-answer and multiple-choice questions, and carry out the Five Passes of Phrasing in a short passage.
Certificate: Students who successfully complete the course and pass the assessment will earn Biblearc’s Phrasing Certificate.
This live class meets Tuesdays 8-9 PM ET from September 12th – November 14th.