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The Advanced Bible & Theology (ABT) Program is designed to give participants increased knowledge and understanding of basic Christian beliefs. Participants working toward the ABT Certificate will complete a series of six Bible and theology courses over a two-year time period, or longer, if necessary. Upon completion of the classes and the corresponding course work, graduates receive a certificate, as well as public recognition during a Wednesday evening program. Easy-to-understand notes and booklets will be provided in each class. Engaging discussions and PowerPoint presentations will make these classes interesting and informative.
This program will be offered online at times. More details on this to follow.
The following courses may be taken in any order as there are no prerequisites. Anyone may attend these classes; however, those wishing to receive an ABT Certificate will be required to meet the following requirements:
This course is designed to give participants an understanding of the contemporary significance of the Old Testament, and its theological perspectives. The course will provide an overview of the Old Testament, by breaking it down into ten major periods. Topics include:
This course is designed to give participants an overview of the New Testament, including its major thematic elements, its major historical events, and how it was written for the instruction and encouragement. Topics include:
This course shows participants how to get the most out of a Bible study by interpreting it properly. It addresses the various literary genres of the Bible, how to examine the context and exegete the author’s intended message. Topics include:
The objective of this course is to equip believers to know what they believe and why they believe it. Topics include:
The course is a continuation of "Christianity: Know What You Believe I." Topics include:
This course presents a brief overview of the history of Christianity from Pentecost to the Reformation. Topics include:
Those applying for the certificate program must register. Registration forms can be downloaded from: www.TaylorNotes.Info. For more information please contact: