A while ago I finished the KI Course Learn the Bible in 24 Hours, and, while I completed the discussion questions and the course review, I have not yet finished the Candidate Research Projects. This series of assignments and the overall courses are a part of my Unschooled Master of Theology Program, so I’m making a point to complete everything required (even if it takes me awhile).
This particular project involves compiling and comparing the different views of the rapture and end time events and corresponds nicely with my preparation for the upcoming dissertation defense I’m to do for my ThD program (my dissertation has been graded, accepted, and hopefully the defense will be scheduled soon – it will be done on Zoom). Even though my dissertation topic was on future persecution of the Church, one important issue brought up was my pre-millennial viewpoint in my project. That being the case, this assignment worked perfectly to prepare for my defense.
So, lets jump in and figure out what all the controversy is about.
I finished the James White Church History course as a requirement for my Unschooled Master of Theology program, and thought I would post the assignment, a Biography paper on an individual from Church History.
So, lets see who I chose and what the Bible and history have to say about them…
I finished this course a few weeks ago and thought a course review was in order. The title is The Modern Classrooms Project course. I stumbled onto this online class when looking up information on a potential podcast I wanted to do in the future, but will now not be developed. I was surprised when I found this course and hoped it would have a lot of useful information.
You can check all of my assignments for this program here.
So, let’s just jump right in and find out if this course is worth taking….
As I finish up the June 2021 Semester for my Unschooled Master of Theology program, one of the projects I wanted to start was a robust and comprehensive Scripture Memorization project. Several years ago, while working as a gas station attendant, and having alot of downtime on my hands, I memorized Isaiah 53, Psalm 2, and Psalm 23 and I can’t be more thankful than I have been to have those passages available to me in any circumstance I find myself in.
As a reminder, you can read all of my course assignments for my Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies here.
So, let’s get started….
As part of my Unschooled Master of Theology Program I finished reading J. P. Moreland’s Body & Soul.
I was unable to find a copy the normal way online, but LOGOS actually sent me a $20 coupon last month and this was the book I immediately thought of getting. Needless to say, I’m a bit of a Moreland fanatic. He’s a philosophy professor at Biola (not a big fan of the school…ridiculously expensive) and approaches the subject from a Christian perspective.
So, let’s jump into this book and find out what substance dualism actually is….
Quite awhile ago, maybe a year or more, I started the Teaching Company course, Death, Dying, and Afterlife. Most of the lectures I completed during hour long walks down by the beach or out on the Eden property while digging the hole that would/will one day, hopefully, become my monastic cell, a simple shelter or small, dugout cabin.
It was not until I was halfway done with my ThD program that I managed to finish the lectures. Of course, this series was also part of my Unschooled Master of Theology Program, so, it’s probably a good idea to write up a review.
Let’s jump in, then, and find out what this course is all about…
While pursuing my ThD, I finished the Angelology, Anthropology, and Hamartiology course by Dallas Theological Seminary and thought it was time to write up a review on it since it’s part of my Unschooled Master of Theology Program. While you’re at it, you can also check out my other assignments here.
Interested in those mysterious beings, how they are connected to humans and why we are both seemingly plagued by sin? Let’s find out…
You can read all of my course assignments for my Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies here.
Let’s get started….
I started this book just before I was accepted into the ThD program and, of course, it was used quite frequently in that research. But, I never actually finished reading it until a week ago, so I figured it was high time I write up a review on it, especially since it is part of my DTS Angelology course I recently finished.
This book as well as the course are part of my Unschooled Master of Theology Program. You can check all of my assignments for the program here.
In actuality, especially now that I’ve had a minute to review the notes I took, I have to say this book contains a wealth of information and covers a wide area of research.
So, let’s jump in because there is a lot to cover in this review….