Friday, October 19, 2007

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

As I was browsing the web and started to visit some of the Catholic Links that I had stumbled upon, I happen to remember my enrollment at St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology.

St. Paul's Center for Biblical Theology offers free online classes about the Bible, which the center labeled as "tracks".

At present, each track contains individual courses with complete cross-references to Scriptural text and Church Documents which are considered essential when studying Biblical Theology.

Here are the three tracks with their brief description that the center are currently offering for free, and its course title contents:

Salvation History Track

A course of study designed to introduce students to the main events and themes of salvation history as recorded in the pages of Scripture.

Course 1: Covenant Love:Introducing the biblical World view.
Course 2: The Lambs Supper: The Bible and the Mass.
Course 3: "He must Reign": The Kingdom of God in Scripture.

Apologetics Foundations Track

A course of study specially designed for students seeking to learn more about the biblical basis of Catholic beliefs and devotion.

Course 1: Genesis to Jesus
Course 2: the Lamb's Supper: The Bible and the Mass
Course 3: Holy Queen: the Mother of God in the Word of God.

Biblical Theology Track

A course of study designed to introduce students to the main issues and themes in theology, which is the study of the bible as a unified whole that expresses God's Word as revealed by Jesus Christ.

Course 1: Covenant Love: Introducing the Biblical World view.
Course 2: Reading the old Testament in the Gospel of Matthew.
Course 3: The Lamb's Supper: The bible and the Mass.

Currently I'm taking up Track 1 Lesson 1.

By the way, if you are too busy, and just don't have the much needed time, or maybe having a hard time reading text in computers, they also have a printable version for each lesson that you could print and bring along with you, which you could read and study later at your own leisure.

Many thanks to Dr. Scott Hahn, the center's Founder and President for making this online course for free.

Try and see it for your self St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology.

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