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Fall 2009 Online Academy Offerings

The Fall 2009 session of Athanatos Online Apologetics Academy is set to begin Nov. 2.  This session includes several new courses and several new instructors.  Two courses are available for free.  All are listed below:

http://www.academyofapologetics.com/fall2009/

Nov 2nd –  Basic New Testament Greek Part 1
Nov 2nd –  Reliability of the New Testament Documents
Nov 2nd – Origins: A Survey [Creationism/Evolution/Intelligent Design]
Nov 4th – Jesus According to… [Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, etc…]
Nov 4th – Studies in Atheism
Nov 9th – The Death of Christianity [FREE!]
Nov.16th –  Christ Promised in the Old Testament
Nov 23rd – Hitler and Christianity … continue reading...

Learn Biblical (Koine) Greek in 3-6 weeks at Academy

The Athanatos Online Academy spring session is beginning soon.   The 2-3 week courses begin at $19.95.

On May 1st, Greek (part 1) will be available.  This three week course will introduce learners to the alphabet, basic grammar and vocabulary, and Greek language reference tools.  By the end of the three weeks you will be able to explore the actual Greek text our English translations are derived from.  Greek 1 and 2 are being taught by Glenn Jones.  His ministry site is www.indefenseofthefaith.org.   He is pursuing his MA in Religion at Reformed Theological Seminary.

Here is the direct link to continue reading...

Online apologetics courses now enrolling: believe in the resurrection of Jesus but don’t know the evidence?

Believe in the resurrection of Jesus but don’t know the evidence for that belief?  Do you see that as a problem?  You should.  Confused about how the New Testament canon came to be and nervous that books like Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code” might have something to it?  Arm yourself with the facts.  Afraid that you’re missing out because you know the New Testament was written in Greek but you’re stuck with the English?  Maybe learning Greek isn’t so hard.

The Historicity of the Resurrection, the Formation of the NT Canon, and Introduction to Biblical Greek are just three … continue reading...