Understanding Feasts, Festivals and Holy Days in the Bible

COURSE
AL
Andy Lewter

Understanding Feasts, Festivals and Holy Days in the Bible

COURSE
AL
Andy Lewter
A$30per person
A$30per person

This course is divided into four sections.

Section 1 provides a welcome and overview of what is covered in the course.

Section 2 examines the first five of the nine Holy Days found in the Old Testament.

Section 3 examines the final four Holy Days of the Old Testament.

Between Section 2 and 4 is a mid-term exam consisting of 25 questions.

There is also a final exam following section 3 that also consists of 25 questions.

Each lesson contains a video lecture that located in the "virtual classroom of the instructor. Items that are covered in the video lecture includes the history, background and roots of the Holy Days, their Hebrew names, the common practices of the people who observe the Holy Days and the relationship between those Holy Days and much of what we believe today.

Student taking the course will find that their knowledge and understanding of the Old Testament and the Judaeo-Christian religion is widely expanded as a result of their participation in this course. For those with a hunger for knowledge, this course is for you.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Discuss intelligently the various Holy Days of the Bible
  • Connect the Holy Days of the Bible with many of the things that they believe today, which is a part of their "faith system"
  • Have a greater appreciation of the different feasts and festivals found primarily in the Old Testament
  • Understand the practices and exercises that were used in the various holidays of the Old Testament

What is the target audience?

  • This is a general study course that is designed to enlarge the skill set of those involved in ministry and church leadership
  • This course is also designed to be of great use to lay members of the faith community who have a hunger to know more about the Bible
  • This course is also targeted to those who may not consider themselves "religious" but who have a genuine thirst to understand things that are historic

What are the requirements?

  • Students are not required to have any previous knowledge whatsoever. The course assumes that the student knows little or nothing of the subject matter
  • All materials are provided and contained within the course. Students need not purchase any additional books or supplies
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