Bible College Certificate Program
The Bible College at RPC is a highly structured, academic environment that is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge of Scripture. The Bible Certificate program will provide a better understanding of how the Bible fits together, how it should be interpreted, and most importantly, how it can be applied. The program consists of at least five different courses covering the Old and New Testaments, church history, and the teachings of Jesus. This is a serious pursuit that will challenge you to study on your own and will provide you with great confidence in what God has to say in His Word. This is a class format where attendance will be taken, tests will be given, and you will come away with a scholar’s view of the Bible, as well as a deeper faith.
General Bob Page
Class will meet for 1 ½ hours, 1 time per week for 10 weeks. To receive credit for the course, a student is required to have a minimum of 75% attendance. Exams will be given for a class grade.
Old Testament Survey I (3 credit hours)*
Old Testament Survey II (3 credit hours)*
Old Testament Survey III (3 credit hours)*
*Required for Certificate Program
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A course of study in the many parables of Jesus. The manifold goal of the course is to introduce the student to a broader contextual and historical understanding of the parables, as well as differentiate the parables as being one of kingdom, grace or judgment. Led by Yardley Kennedy on Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM in the Middle School Room of the Student Building beginning February 7th. The cost is $79.
This course provides a basic introduction to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. It will acquaint students with an overview of the teaching and mission of Jesus in these Gospels. Led by General Bob Page on Tuesday nights at 7:00PM in the High School Room of the Student Building beginning February 7th. The cost is $79.
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Old Testament Survey II
This is Part 2 of the Old Testament and is led by none other than Yardley Kennedy. We will pick up where we left off on our overview of the historical setting, structure, biblical figures, themes, and theology recorded in the Pentateuch. Old Testament I is a prerequisite for this class. Thursday nights at 7:00PM in the High School Room of the Student Building beginning February 9th. Contact Kyra at email@example.com for registration information.
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Who is it for?
The Bible College is designed for men and women desiring an in-depth study of the Old and New Testament in a highly structured and academic environment.