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Video Courses

BIB112 – V: Biblical Introduction I

  • Course description: Bible 112 is a survey introduction to the history of salvation as expressed in the Old Testament, including historical and theological study of Covenant History, focused on Israel as the Covenant People of God. In this course, there will be special attention paid to the relationship of the Old Testament to Jesus Christ.
  • Videos: Three different Geneva College professors contribute to the 26 videotaped lectures for this course: The Rev. Dr. Dean Smith, Professor Byron Curtis, and Professor Ken Hoffman.
  • 3 Old Testament core or elective credits

 

BIB113 – V: Biblical Introduction II

  • Course description: Bible 113 is a survey introduction to the New Testament content and continues to develop the student's understanding of Covenant Theology.
  • Videos: Two Geneva College professors contribute to the 25 videotaped lectures for this course: The Rev. Dr. Dean Smith and Professor Byron Curtis.
  • 3 New Testament core or elective credits

 

For more information and/or a registration packet for either or both of these courses, contact tareed@geneva.edu or Tami at 800-576-3111.


 

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