The course has been specially designed for you to experience an enjoyable and reflective journey of research and study, to ultimately help deepen your understanding of the Bible and the Christian Faith
The course subjects have been carefully selected to cover a broad range of Biblical themes balancing history, tradition, doctrine and practical interpretations of spiritual themes.
Each subject includes a series of key subject points that have been purposely highlighted to serve as a guide for your research and study around the subject area, helping navigate your study of the subject in more detail. You will then be asked to answer a list of short multiple-choice questions, along with three final short essay questions, to demonstrate you comprehension and understanding of the subject.
The Principle source of study/research to be used is the Holy Bible, the standard bearer for all Biblical study and exegesis. We recommend that you use the New King James translation.
Quotes from other sources of research will be accepted, dependant on the subject matter, as long as they are in context and are clearly referenced and used to further enhance the credibility of your answers. Please note that if you do not reference a use of another source, it can potentially be classified as plagiarism and may jeopardise your passing of the course. As a consequence you may be failed and asked to retry once more.
All quotes from the Bible or other sources are not included in the word count when answering the main questions. For example, if the answer to a question requires 200 words, the 200 words must be your own.
We will accept a 10% margin for the word count, i.e. if the question requires an answer of 200 words, between 180-220 words will be acceptable.
On successful completion of the course you will receive a recognised Certificate of Achievement.
If you have any queries about the course and need further guidance, please forward your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org