The Christian Foundations II series will help you gain a deeper understanding of the Bible and the foundational beliefs of Christianity. This series takes you through both the Old and New Testaments; introduces you to the practice of interpreting the Word of God; provides you with an understanding of the nature of theology; gives an overview of the history of the church; and reveals the unique nature of the Christian faith and worldview.

Old Testament Basics

Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jonah, Samson, and David. Have you heard of these people? Their stories are part of the Old Testament and are important even today. This study of the Old Testament will help you understand how all the stories found in the Old Testament fit together and what lessons can be applied to your life today. You will walk…

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New Testament Basics

“How to Get Out of the World Alive” might be a better title for the New Testament. The main theme of the New Testament is that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners and to give you a quality of life that would be absolutely impossible if He hadn’t come. How does this good news affect you? What…

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He Gave Us Scripture: Foundations of Interpretation

Evangelical Christians affirm the Scriptures as God’s inerrant word, but we still disagree sometimes over the meaning of particular verses or passages, and these differences can influence our Christian doctrine and practice. One reason for these disagreements is that there are many different approaches to interpreting the Bible. But how do we know which approach to interpretation is the most…

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Survey of Church History

Legacy Lecture Series

Church history is the heart of His story, God’s kingdom work on earth. This course explores the development of the Christian church from Pentecost to the present day. It covers key people and events that God used throughout history to bolster His Church and also those negative influences that infected her.

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Building Your Theology

Does theology sometimes seem complicated, dry and abstract to you? It shouldn't be that way, if it is done properly. This course will help you learn to build your theology on the certain foundation of the Scriptures, but also with pathos and practical application. As an introduction to theology, this course teaches the purpose and importance of doing theology, the…

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Ten Reasons to Believe in Life After Death

What happens after we die? Is it the end of our existence or the beginning of another journey? In this course you’ll examine what the Bible says about life after death, and gain a deeper understanding of how our view of death should radically affect how we live.

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Ten Reasons to Believe Real Christians Can Look Like They’re Not

Hypocrites. The word carries with it a sneer and a skeptical view of a person’s religious claims. In fact, religious people are still only people; people who are flawed, weak, and sometimes failing. The question is, can someone experience times of spiritual failure and still truly be a person of faith? In this course, we will examine ten converging lines…

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Ten Reasons to Believe in Christ Rather than Religion

We live in an extremely religious world—a world that can be very confusing, even bewildering. Is it enough to say that all beliefs are of equal value as long as you are sincere? Is there spiritual security in being a "religious" person? Or, is there a better way . . . a way that offers certainty and hope? In this…

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Ten Reasons to Believe in a God Who Allows Suffering

This study is intended to challenge us to wrestle with difficult issues of faith. The Bible calls us to "test all things" (1 Thessalonians 5:21), and we can do that because our faith is grounded in fact and well-reasoned thought. Difficult questions, such as, "Why God Allows Suffering," can find deep, soul-satisfying answers in the pages of Scripture, resulting in…

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