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Level One - Biblical Studies Diploma

Semester One
1101D Hebrew Language as a Study Tool – Part 1

This critical study tool is the foundation for understanding Scripture and to make certain the student has the tools necessary to dig out biblical truths through personal study. Each semester of Hebrew Language as a Study Tool is important to the process of personal research and study.

Semester One
1102D Roots of our Faith

This course looks back into the roots of the believer’s faith in a Jewish Messiah.  In order to look forward into the plan the Almighty in today’s world. Using materials from some of the founders of the Hebrew Roots investigation, this foundational course lays the foundation for the Jubilee College program. Video materials, audio materials, and printed documentation support the claims that He will form out of the earth “one new man”. 

Semester One
1103D Concepts of Hebrew Thought I

Presenting Hebrew thought compared to Greek as applicable to the New Testament, this foundational Hebraic/Christian course lays the groundwork for studies to follow.  It is vital to the student of Scripture as he or she searches for understanding of Eastern thought in the biblical text. This is a course designed to create an atmosphere of understanding comparable to that in which the New Testament was written.

Semester One
1104D Survey of Hebrew Scripture I

The foundations of Biblical faith are explored in this extensive study of the Hebrew Scriptures. In the first part of a two-part study, the archeological, historical, cultural, and traditional background to the original Hebrew Scriptures lend extensive support to the texts.  The continuing story unfolds as the prophets are unveiled and the destruction of Jerusalem shatters the hopes of the Jews. Included in this study is a short history of the Inter-Testamental period of history, a necessary preparation for later courses. 

Semester One
1105D Feasts of the Lord I

This course design includes research, personal practice assignments and is a joy in learning. The biblical feasts not only speak to Christians concerning the work of Messiah, they are examples of the cycles and rhythms of the life of a believer. The course contains explicit detail concerning various renderings of the biblical feasts, of contemporary practice and spiritual implications of each celebration. 

Semester Two
1206D Hebrew Language as a Study Tool – Part 1I

This critical study tool is the foundation for understanding Scripture and to make certain the student has the tools necessary to dig out biblical truths through personal study. Each semester of Hebrew Language as a Study Tool is important to the process of personal research and study.

Semester Two
1207D History of Jerusalem

This study provides a timeline of the history of Jerusalem. From its most glorious days, to the days of destruction, to the days of hope in a new Israel, the hand of the Almighty is visible in every event and provision. The rich history of this small area of the globe will add reverence for how God has brought the attention of the world to this city throughout history.

Semester Two
1208D Concepts of Hebrew Thought II

Presenting Hebrew thought compared to Greek as applicable to the New Testament, this foundational Hebraic/Christian course lays the groundwork for studies to follow.  It is vital to the student of Scripture as he or she searches for understanding of Eastern thought in the biblical text. This is a course designed to create an atmosphere of understanding comparable to that in which the New Testament was written. 

Semester Two
1209D Survey of Hebrew Scripture II

Hebrew thought and understand is woven together with the biblical text in Parsha format, but with historical accounts both biblical and extra-biblical added to the series. This overview study sets the theme for understanding the first century believer and the evolving of the church as the New Testament proceeds. Consideration is given to the study of believing Jews during the early period in contrast to the emerging Gentile believers so prominent in New Testament Scripture. 

Semester Two
1210D The Synoptic Gospels

This in-depth study will enable the believer to read, with new insight, all four gospels.  The study deals with the cultural, historical, archaeological and geographical settings of the New Testament. The course clarifies some difficult passages in Matthew and looks at the parallels and the differences in these accounts. 

Level Two - Associates Degree

Semester One
2101A Hebrew Language as a Study Tool – Part 1II

This critical study tool is the foundation for understanding Scripture and to make certain the student has the tools necessary to dig out biblical truths through personal study. Each semester of Hebrew Language as a Study Tool is important to the process of personal research and study.

Semester One
2102A The Gospels Through the Eyes of Matthew – Part I

The gospel message as taught by Yeshua shines through this study of the text of Matthew. The Hebrew and gentile believers in the Messiah are studied in the context of first century culture and understanding. The remaining Gospels are woven into the study as first century understanding is revealed to the student through Jewish men and women who walked with Messiah. Reading the Gospels in the light of the Jewish world of the first century better defines the path for believers today.

Semester One
2103A Church History I

Multiple sources are used to build a picture of the church throughout the past 2000 years. The errors, the missed opportunities, positive activities as well as the many horrible things done in the name of Christianity are covered in this course. One cannot know how drastic mistakes can be avoided if history is not unveiled. Although the picture is not pretty at times, the fact that a shred of truth has remained is a testament to the mercy of Almighty in spite of man’s repeated attempts at destroying all biblical faith. A very vital history for all believers.

Semester One
2104A Historical Geography in the Biblical Text I

The focus in this geographical study of the Middle East is on the physical settings of history both in the Hebrew Bible and in the New Testament. This course is invaluable to understanding the times and places in which the texts were written. 

Semester One
2105A Biblical Ethics I

It is a word used on every tongue in our modern world. However, what does it actually mean and is the application of ethical principles really possible or necessary today? These questions are being argued in almost every arena from corporate world to classroom and from home front to battlefront. No idea is more important for believers today yet few leaders, let alone the father, mother, or child can tell you what ethics is or how it relates to their life.

Semester Two
2206A Hebrew Language as a Study Tool – Part 1V

This critical study tool is the foundation for understanding Scripture and to make certain the student has the tools necessary to dig out biblical truths through personal study. Each semester of Hebrew Language as a Study Tool is important to the process of personal research and study.

Semester Two
2207A The Gospels Through the Eyes of Matthew – Part II

This is a continuing story as we see Messiah through the Apostles eyes and allow our thoughts to be transformed by Hebrew concepts of the first century. 

Semester Two
2208A Church History II

This course continues the study of the church, the major church leaders, and the comparative Jewish leaders in each era. The study identifies the pattern of man’s attempts to destroy the original intent of the followers of Yeshua. The grace and mercy of God are paramount truths holding His promises to believers throughout the centuries.

Semester Two
2209A Historical Geography in the Biblical Text II

The focus in this geographical study of the Middle East is on the physical settings of history both in the Hebrew Bible and in the New Testament. This course is invaluable to understanding the times and places in which the texts were written. 

Semester Two
2210A Biblical Ethics II

Continuing in this introductory study of biblical ethics. This is a prerequisite to the Ethics of our Fathers (Pirkea Avot) study in a later semester. We will look at definitions and an introduction to application of biblical ethics and ethical systems prevalent today.