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Our Daily Bread Christian University was designed for a multidenominational audience. The teacher for the New Testament survey courses is Dr. Craig Blomberg of Denver Seminary. Dr. Douglas Stuart of Gordon-Conwell Seminary teaches the Old Testament survey courses. Many of the other entry-level courses are comprised of materials offered through Our Daily Bread Ministries, known for its cross-cultural and interdenominational presentations. The higher-level courses are part of the Institute of Theological Studies library of courses, all of which have been approved by the Evangelical Seminary Deans’ Council.

Sure. Go to our website at www.christianuniversity.org. You will find the Statement of Faith (What We Believe) under the About Us tab at the top of the page. Or, if you prefer, simply click here.

All of our courses are absolutely free all the time at no cost or obligation to you. If you or your students would like to earn a Validated Certificate of Completion verifying that a course has been completed, or to earn academic credit for a course, we offer those options for a small fee through our sister ministry, Christian University GlobalNet. To learn more about these options, simply navigate to Understanding Your Options under the Course Options tab at the top of the Our Daily Bread Christian University homepage, or simply click here.

For a nominal cost ($40 or less), over 40 courses are available to be taken in a Validated Study Option through our sister ministry, Christian University GlobalNet. When students take courses using this option, we monitor their coursework, verify that they have listened to the lectures, passed the quizzes (if applicable), and participated in discussion forums (if applicable). When we have verified that all course requirements were met, we issue a downloadable Validated Certificate of Completion that students can print out and give to you. Similarly, if students take courses for academic credit through Christian University GlobalNet, they can request an official transcript at any time to show you they have completed their courses.

To learn more about our Validated Study and academic credit options, simply navigate to Understanding Your Options under the Course Options tab at the top of the Our Daily Bread Christian University homepage, or click here.

Absolutely. Simply set up a free account at Our Daily Bread Christian University. To do this, click “LOGIN” from the upper right corner of the Our Daily Bread Christian University homepage or, on the “Free” button from any course homepage. Then, click “Register” to set up your account. Choose the username and the email address you would like to use. You will then receive an email confirming your registration before you can take a course. Once you have registered at Our Daily Bread Christian University, you can try any course in our library of over 100 courses.

Contact us. We respond to any technical requests within 24 hours during normal business hours (Eastern time) and within 48 hours on the weekends. Use the Contact Us form or call us toll-free at (888) 487-5376 ext. 6.

No. Courses taken through Our Daily Bread Christian University do not count for credit toward a bachelor’s or master’s degree. However, if students decide to take the courses for academic credit through Christian University GlobalNet, any courses can be applied toward an accredited bachelor’s or master’s degree through one of our collaborating schools. Visit Christian University GlobalNet to learn more.

No. However, all New Testament survey (NT217-NT228), Old Testament survey (OT216-OT227), and Christian Apologetics survey (CA201-CA211) courses are accepted by ACSI for CEU credit if they are taken through our academic credit option at Christian University GlobalNet.

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