While finishing a course from Credo House awhile back, I stumbled onto J P Moreland, a professor in Philosophy from Biola University, and immediately took to his teaching style and subject matter.
So, as part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program, I wanted to add as much material from him as I could. I quickly found most of his books, watched several presentations on Youtube, yet I still could not find any course lectures anywhere. But, hey, I’m getting ahead of the story.
You can read all of my course assignments for my Unschooled Master of Theology here.
Let’s get started….
I finished the course Principles of Biblical Teaching from the Theology Program at Credo House, fulfilling part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program and this assignment is part of that requirement – it is a paper presenting a comprehensive Philosophy of Teaching.
You can read all of my course assignments for my Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies here.
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I finished the second book required in the Principles of Biblical Teaching course, titled Effective Biblical Teaching, which is part of the Theology Program at Credo House. This course is also part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program.
So, let’s see why this book really isn’t all that different from the others I’ve read so far…
I finished the Humanity and Sin course (part of the Theology Program) which is a requirement for my Unschooled Master of Theology program. But, shortly after I finished the lecture videos and before I could complete the discussion questions, I was accepted into my doctorate program, so everything was put on hold.
Now that I’m finished, I wanted to finish the discussion questions for this course and post them on the blog.
So, lets jump in and see what I learned from this course…
The Theology Program is an online series of courses focused on the fundamentals of theology released in the early 2000. Despite the dwindling of the ministry over the years, I do believe this series is still very relevant and has some good information to sift through.
I found the first course rather engaging, especially completing the workbook after watching the lectures. I have posted the entire 25 page document on my Patreon page. Check it out!