>Free Seminary Course

>Today I would like to offer some of you a free seminary course. If you are an alum of Northern Seminary, you are able to audit one course each year for free. Auditing a course is a great way to continue learning or gain knowledge and practice in an area of ministry you feel more education would be helpful.

Today I begin a course in the area of Old Testament Theology. The title of the course is: “The God of the Old Testament.” This course will help students understand ancient Israel’s religious ideas and beliefs. The focus of this course will be on Israel’s understanding of their God.

Some of the topics to be covered during the quarter will include the following: God and the “Gods,” God and Creation, Election and Covenant, Worship and Sacrifice, Kingship in Israel, Ethics and Ethical Questions, God and the Future, and God and the Nations.

If you are an alum of Northern Seminary or if you are interested in taking this course, visit our web page at www.seminary. edu and let us know that you are interested in taking this course. If you are not an alum of Northern Seminary, just send me an email and I will be in contact with you as soon as possible.

Claude Mariottini
Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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2 Responses to >Free Seminary Course

  1. The Watcher says:

    >Doctor, the link is broken. If you get rid of the 'www.blogger.com' at the beginning of it, it'll work.


  2. >Watcher,Thank you for the notice. It is fixed now.Claude Mariottini


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