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Learn about the God of the Bible. Grow in your understanding of Scripture. Deepen your faith and desire to share the gospel.
Denver Seminary’s free online courses bring our professors into your home, office, and church with grounded Bible teaching that has been the hallmark of our school for over 70 years. Start any time and work at your own pace.
In this course, Dr. Douglas Groothuis, professor of philosophy, will give a comprehensive introduction to Christian apologetics. He will discuss the nature of apologetics, how to defend objective truth, the nature of the Christian worldview, the arguments for God’s existence, and some objections to the Christian faith such as the problem of evil.
Dr. Angie Ward, assistant director of the Doctor of Ministry Program, will lead you through lessons that are aimed at discovering and developing your God-given calling. Dr. Ward will introduce different ways we can define “calling,” how individuals can move through a process of discerning what God is calling them to do with their lives, and how this can be lived out practically and faithfully.
In this course, Dr. Craig Blomberg, distinguished professor of New Testament, explains the interpretive frameworks we can use to better understand the meanings of the parables. Beginning with the Parables of “The Prodigal Son,” you will explore dozens of the stories Jesus told about the Kingdom of God and what it means to follow him.
Perhaps you’re familiar with the Bible, but not with the over-arching story this book unfolds to us from its beginning in Genesis to its conclusion in Revelation. Discover the themes that unite these 66 books into a cohesive narrative and discover the essential part you play in this big story, in this course taught by Denver Seminary President Dr. Mark Young.
These courses are not intended for credit toward any Denver Seminary degree program.
Additional Free Courses by Denver Seminary Faculty
Reading the Psalms, Dr. Knut Heim, professor of New Testament (Our Daily Bread)
Genocide in the Old Testament, Dr. Richard Hess, distinguished professor of Old Testament (Our Daily Bread)