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Old Testament Survey Track Bundle
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Old Testament Survey Track Bundle

The Old Testament Survey track bundle contains twelve Christian University courses, examining the creation of Israel as a nation and God’s process of building that nation to represent Him on earth.

At a Glance

  • Access to all twelve courses with lessons of guided study, reading comprehension questions, instructional lecture videos, discussion questions, lesson quizzes, and graded exams
  • Provides a structured and comprehensive introductory survey of the Old Testament
  • 24/7 access for 24 months to complete all twelve courses at your own pace

Beginner

2 hours per course

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A passing grade for all the courses in this track bundle will demonstrate competence in understanding a foundation of Old Testament narrative and theology, qualifying you for a Christian University certificate of completion.

Old Testament Survey Track Bundle Courses

  1. Genesis-Leviticus: God Builds a People For Himself
  2. Numbers-Joshua: The Tragedy of Fear and the Glory of Faith
  3. Judges-1 Samuel: Israel's Choice from God-Rule to Human-Rule
  4. 2 Samuel-2 Kings: the Difference Leaders Make
  5. 1 Chronicles-Nehemiah: Up from the Ashes
  6. Lamentations-Job: God's Path Through Pain
  7. Proverbs-Psalms: Singing the Sounds of Real Life
  8. Daniel-Micah: Studies of Integrity - Good Men in Bad Times
  9. Ecclesiastes-Isaiah: God Guides His People Through Poets and Prophets
  10. Jeremiah-Ezekiel: Human Failure & Divine Success - A Study in Contrast
  11. Jonah-Habakkuk: The God of Israel and the God of the Nations
  12. Haggai-Malachi: No Substitute for Obedience

Instructors

Douglas K. Stuart
Dr. Douglas K. Stuart

Douglas Stuart is Professor of Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, where he specializes in Assyrian and Babylonian languages and literature. He received a B.A. from Harvard University, did graduate studies at Yale Divinity School, and earned a Ph.D. from Harvard University.