Product Added: February 28th, 2018
In the four Gospels and the book of Acts we have been reading objective reports about the life of our Lord Jesus Christ and reports of the activity of the gospel in the first century. Now, we turn our attention to a series of letters written by the Apostle Paul. A letter is different from a report. A letter is a very intimate and warm expression from one heart to another.
In those days, letters were written on thick paper made in Egypt called papyrus. Papyrus was made by beating reeds together until they became a parchment. Sometimes these parchments were 20 to 30 feet long and a person would roll them up and personally deliver them as a letter.
Paul’s letters were dictated to secretaries. Imagine him as he strides up and down the room, talking, and the secretaries writing his words down. He is pouring out his heart. With his great training in philosophy, in religion, with his trained intellect, and now with his reborn heart, he is trying to put together the new Christian faith so that you, a new Christian, can understand.
Every letter Paul wrote was written to a particular group of people or to an individual who faced a situation or problem. Study this course to learn that the problems Paul addressed in the first Century were not unique. These are problems that Christians in every generation would face. You and I, living today, face the same things Paul was covering in his letters to the first Century Churches. As you study Paul’s letters, allow his anointed teachings to help you grow and mature in Christ our Lord.
Features: Courses for the Journey through the Bible Online Lecture Track include online video class sessions and do not require books or other study materials. The Letters of the Apostle Paul course is available online on our donor website at www.greaterworks.online. An optional Journey through the Bible workbook is available for purchase for this course. A Certificate of Completion will be issued upon completion of this course when the workbook is purchased and completed and assignments mailed to the Oral Roberts Ministries for evaluation and recording. A Certificate of Completion is not awarded without the purchase and completion of the optional workbook.
It is recommended that students use their personal copy of The Holy Bible when watching class sessions as Richard and Lindsay often refer to scripture as a part of the lessons.
Product Details: Students who desire to take The Letters of the Apostle Paul course online are required to establish an account on our donor website at www.greaterworks.online. After registering for the account students may watch all of the Online Lecture Track courses on the website. Online class sessions are available anytime day or night and are offered “on demand”— meaning that students may start and stop the class sessions anytime they desire depending on their own personal schedules.
There is an optional workbook available for purchase for each Journey through the Bible course. If the workbook is purchased it will be mailed to students as a supplement to the online Bible study. Students are required to watch all online class sessions, complete all workbook assignments, and mail a self-assessment questionnaire (class session quizzes) to the Oral Roberts Ministries for evaluation and recording. Students who watch all required online classes and satisfactorily complete and submit the self-assessment questionnaire will be mailed a Certificate of Completion at the conclusion of each course in the series. Students who complete certificate requirements for all Journey through the Bible series courses (Genesis through Revelation) will be mailed an Advanced Journey through the Bible Certificate at the conclusion of the entire series.