Certification of Bible and Theology

"Such things were written in the Scriptures long ago to teach us. And the Scriptures give us hope and encouragement as we wait patiently for God’s promises to be fulfilled."
— Romans 15:4
Practical problems have theological answers. So the question is not whether or not you’re going to be a theologian, but what kind of theologian you’re going to be.
— MICHAEL LAWRENCE
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Academic Level

Diploma/Degree

Duration

9-12 Months

Assessment

Yes. Certificate of Completion

Study Method

Online

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“Elouise has really learned how to analyse God’s word through interacting with the biblical context and this has led to her gaining a better understanding of the history of the Christian church.”
Elouise Harris
Intern at Victory Church

Certification of Bible and Theology Overview

The Certification of Bible and Theology qualification is for people who want a clear, systematic and thoughtful approach to understanding God and the scriptures.

Understanding the Bible and Theology is an important part of your relationship with God. It gives meaning to your faith, enabling you to deepen your understanding of who God is and breathing new life into how we live in the real world.

This qualification will give you the foundational knowledge and skills needed to understand the Old and New Testaments. It also builds a base of theological knowledge which gives the learner the confidence to go further in their understanding of God.

The Certification of Certification of Bible and Theology is part of the Axx Bible and Theology stream. This stream is a systematic approach to understanding the Bible and Theology. It starts by building a foundation of introductory concepts and grows into discussing some of the most interesting doctrines about God.

Who is the Certification of Bible and Theology for

  • This Certification of Bible and Theology is designed for those who want to truly understand God and the Bible.
  • It is ideal for those who have a strong desire to seek out truth and answers for today.

What you will learn

Engaging the Scriptures

  • How to use the skills and knowledge required to defend the authority of the Christian scriptures and to correctly interpret them.

Introduction to Theology

  • The what, why, how and which of theology to reveal the true nature of God.

The Biblical Narrative

  • How to evaluate, synthesis, communicate and apply the biblical narrative to a selected contemporary ministry context.

Introduction to Biblical Studies

  • How to unpack the nature of the Bible and how to read sentences, paragraphs and discourses within the biblical text.
  • How to uncover the different genres in the Bible and learn how they affect the way in which Scripture is read and interpreted
  • How to get to the heart of the Bible’s historical and literary contexts, by exploring word studies and knowing how to get to the original intention of the passage.

Jesus. Kingdom. Gospel

  • How to give an overview of the life and ministry of Jesus as described by four gospel narratives.

Included Courses

Play to Preview Engaging the Scriptures

This Course is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to defend the authority of the Christian scriptures and to correctly interpret them and apply their message to contemporary ministry contexts.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Course
  3. What is the Bible?
  4. Page to Canon
  5. Canon to Us
  6. Responding to Questions about Bibliology
  7. A Need for Interpretation
  8. Pre-Understandings
  9. Quality Resources
  10. Online Quality Resources
  11. Historical Context
  12. Historical: Cultural Ingredients
  13. Literary Context: OT Genre
  14. Legal Stipulations
  15. Literary Context: Poetry
  16. Literary Context: NT Genres
  17. More Literary Context
  18. Literary Context: Observation Skills
  19. Literary Context: Semantics
  20. Literary Context: Word Studies
  21. Word Study Example
  22. Putting it all Together
  23. All About Theological Principles
  24. Application
  25. Parables

About your instructor

Matthew Jarlett

Following the completion of his Bachelor of Arts (Biblical Studies), Matthew assumed the Vocational Education Course Supervisor role with Harvest Bible College.

Course Reviews

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My testimony is that am grateful for your time am now a good student of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
10 June 2022

Praise God l thank God for everything you have help me with my life will never be the same again my testimony is that am grateful for your time and teaching God bless you

Samuel wango
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Engaging the scriptures

Rated 5 out of 5
17 April 2022

I have now added more ingredient to the knowledge I had first hand about the Christian scriptures. The course has equipped me more for exploit . Thanks to the brilliant exposition of Matthew. To God be the glory

Ebot Constantine Bessong
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Deepens ones understanding of God's Word.

Rated 4 out of 5
4 January 2022

Course provides clear and workable framework, to understanding the essence of God’s Word. Very useful techniques, to evaluate the context (and exegesis) of scripture and apply them to today’s modern society will benefit all those seeking to greater understand and apply God’s Word in their lives.

Lenny Bielski
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Preview Introduction to Theology

This series systematically introduces every aspect of Christian theology. Beginning with asking the what, why, how and which of theology, the presenter Grant Buchanan moves to the ways God has and does communicate with People & Creation.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Sin & Salvation: Salvation
  2. Sin & Salvation: Blood
  3. Sin & Salvation: Evil
  4. Sin & Salvation: Affliction
  5. Christology
  6. Heresies
  7. The Creeds
  8. The Deity of Jesus
  9. The Humanity of Jesus
  10. Atonement
  11. Atonement in the New Testament
  12. N.T. Wright on the Atonement
  13. The Resurrection & Ascension
  14. Who is the Holy Spirit?
  15. The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
  16. The Holy Spirit in the New Testament
  17. The Personhood of the Holy Spirit
  18. The Fruits, Gifts & Baptism in the Spirit
  19. Theology of Church
  20. What is the Church?
  21. Church: Local and Universal
  22. The Church & the Kingdom
  23. Church Leadership & Roles
  24. Theology of the Future
  25. Death
  26. The Second Coming & the Rapture
  27. The Millennial Reign & Judgement
  28. New Heavens, New Earth

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

4.7
Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)
Excellent67%
Very good33%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Learning and more questions

Rated 4 out of 5
17 April 2022

Learnt a great deal about theology. And its types. But there are things that remain unanswered and that I am struggling with.
Lenny Bielski
March-2022
Introduction to Theology part one
AXX Bible College
Course Review
It was interesting to learn the formal definition and reasons for Why Theology. I had originally considered theology religious speculation and philosophy. However I have learned that theology is much deeper than that. And teaches provides additional insight into God.
It was interesting to learn about the different types of theology and also how particular ideas theologies were a product of their time and culture. I had no idea that there was so many types. Oh interest to me are; Bibliology & Pneumatology. The study of the Holy Spirit I believe is of particular relevant to today’s Pentecostal Spirit filled Churches.
The various proofs of the existence of God is interesting also.
I found this section of proofs challenging and informative. Ultimately I don’t know if I believe in God (whatever that ultimately is) having read various atheistic materials (Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris etc) I know that there are various counter arguments for the above. However I do believe that Jesus was Divine and for me personally, even if there was no God (as in the ancient Jewish scriptures) it doesn’t really matter. As Jesus is all we need. Christianity over all religions that I have reviewed is the best of all. Just my personal opinion. I flip-flop from agnosticism believing and agnosticism not believing in God. John Lennox also has various arguments for God’s existence. I suppose whether God exists or not, the Christian Theology (like the other Abrahamic faiths) is more robust if we act with at least the assumption of God’s existence.
The Theology of the Bible, which included a brief of also the non-canonised scriptures as well as the canonised and also the various Councils. This section alone made me realise that Theology is much more vast and complex than I first considered. I also had no idea that there were so many different versions of the Bible. I would like to know more about the trustworthyness of scripture and its infallibly. And why this is taken as a given.
I had previously just accepted the inconsistencies and contradictions in the Bible as cultural telling. IE the Lineage of Jesus to King David has two very different accounts. Or the idea of a flat earth with Angels standing at its four corners for example. It seemed to me, that the inspiration of the Bible being received by man, would by our very fallen nature cause errors in the relying of information from the Holy Spirit. But I don’t know. So happy to be instructed and learn more. Thank you.
I found it interesting the section of angels and the powers of evil. And especially that ultimately even the demons were subjected to Jesus’ authority. I think that says a lot.
Personally I have problems accepting the idea of the idea that Jesus is God. Begotten of God, God’s Son, Divine etc. I can accept. But with Jesus’ by his own words and actions was subject to God. And Jesus himself say that God is greater than Him. The course mentioned that this was only when Jesus was on earth as a human-being. But now that he is in Heaven he is equal to God. But if this is so, then why does Jesus sit at the Right Hand of the Father? My confusion is that, I have not yet seen (for myself) in scripture where it say that Jesus in Heaven is equal to the Father in authority etc. Hints are, that authority has been given to him by the Father. Thus being so, the receiver is not in the same position as the giver. What is given is someone greater in this case. Ie the Father.
Thank you for reading this.
Lenny
14-April-2022

Lenny B.
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Very good!

Rated 5 out of 5
31 January 2020

Very good!

Hazel Parrott
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What is Theology

Rated 5 out of 5
30 December 2019

A clear understanding- everything about God

Susan Bentley
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Preview Introduction to Theology

This series systematically introduces every aspect of Christian theology. Beginning with asking the what, why, how and which of theology, the presenter Grant Buchanan moves to the ways God has and does communicate with People & Creation.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Sin & Salvation: Salvation
  2. Sin & Salvation: Blood
  3. Sin & Salvation: Evil
  4. Sin & Salvation: Affliction
  5. Christology
  6. Heresies
  7. The Creeds
  8. The Deity of Jesus
  9. The Humanity of Jesus
  10. Atonement
  11. Atonement in the New Testament
  12. N.T. Wright on the Atonement
  13. The Resurrection & Ascension
  14. Who is the Holy Spirit?
  15. The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
  16. The Holy Spirit in the New Testament
  17. The Personhood of the Holy Spirit
  18. The Fruits, Gifts & Baptism in the Spirit
  19. Theology of Church
  20. What is the Church?
  21. Church: Local and Universal
  22. The Church & the Kingdom
  23. Church Leadership & Roles
  24. Theology of the Future
  25. Death
  26. The Second Coming & the Rapture
  27. The Millennial Reign & Judgement
  28. New Heavens, New Earth

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course reviews

4.7
Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)
Excellent67%
Very good33%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Learning and more questions

Rated 4 out of 5
17 April 2022

Learnt a great deal about theology. And its types. But there are things that remain unanswered and that I am struggling with.
Lenny Bielski
March-2022
Introduction to Theology part one
AXX Bible College
Course Review
It was interesting to learn the formal definition and reasons for Why Theology. I had originally considered theology religious speculation and philosophy. However I have learned that theology is much deeper than that. And teaches provides additional insight into God.
It was interesting to learn about the different types of theology and also how particular ideas theologies were a product of their time and culture. I had no idea that there was so many types. Oh interest to me are; Bibliology & Pneumatology. The study of the Holy Spirit I believe is of particular relevant to today’s Pentecostal Spirit filled Churches.
The various proofs of the existence of God is interesting also.
I found this section of proofs challenging and informative. Ultimately I don’t know if I believe in God (whatever that ultimately is) having read various atheistic materials (Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris etc) I know that there are various counter arguments for the above. However I do believe that Jesus was Divine and for me personally, even if there was no God (as in the ancient Jewish scriptures) it doesn’t really matter. As Jesus is all we need. Christianity over all religions that I have reviewed is the best of all. Just my personal opinion. I flip-flop from agnosticism believing and agnosticism not believing in God. John Lennox also has various arguments for God’s existence. I suppose whether God exists or not, the Christian Theology (like the other Abrahamic faiths) is more robust if we act with at least the assumption of God’s existence.
The Theology of the Bible, which included a brief of also the non-canonised scriptures as well as the canonised and also the various Councils. This section alone made me realise that Theology is much more vast and complex than I first considered. I also had no idea that there were so many different versions of the Bible. I would like to know more about the trustworthyness of scripture and its infallibly. And why this is taken as a given.
I had previously just accepted the inconsistencies and contradictions in the Bible as cultural telling. IE the Lineage of Jesus to King David has two very different accounts. Or the idea of a flat earth with Angels standing at its four corners for example. It seemed to me, that the inspiration of the Bible being received by man, would by our very fallen nature cause errors in the relying of information from the Holy Spirit. But I don’t know. So happy to be instructed and learn more. Thank you.
I found it interesting the section of angels and the powers of evil. And especially that ultimately even the demons were subjected to Jesus’ authority. I think that says a lot.
Personally I have problems accepting the idea of the idea that Jesus is God. Begotten of God, God’s Son, Divine etc. I can accept. But with Jesus’ by his own words and actions was subject to God. And Jesus himself say that God is greater than Him. The course mentioned that this was only when Jesus was on earth as a human-being. But now that he is in Heaven he is equal to God. But if this is so, then why does Jesus sit at the Right Hand of the Father? My confusion is that, I have not yet seen (for myself) in scripture where it say that Jesus in Heaven is equal to the Father in authority etc. Hints are, that authority has been given to him by the Father. Thus being so, the receiver is not in the same position as the giver. What is given is someone greater in this case. Ie the Father.
Thank you for reading this.
Lenny
14-April-2022

Lenny B.
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Very good!

Rated 5 out of 5
31 January 2020

Very good!

Hazel Parrott
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What is Theology

Rated 5 out of 5
30 December 2019

A clear understanding- everything about God

Susan Bentley
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Play to Preview The Biblical Narrative

This course is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to evaluate, synthesise, communicate and apply the biblical narrative to a selected contemporary ministry context.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Seeing the Bible as One Story
  2. What is the Story? (Working it Out)
  3. The Plot: Orientation & Creation
  4. The Plot: Complication
  5. The Plot: Resolution
  6. The Exodus (YHWH vs Pharaoh)
  7. Sinai Covenant
  8. The Desert & Covenant Renewal
  9. The Former Prophets (From Conquest to Exile)
  10. The Judges Cycle
  11. Ups & Downs of Samuel
  12. The Tragedy of Solomon
  13. The Latter Prophets
  14. Isaiah: Concerns Three Crises
  15. Jeremiah: the Weeping Prophet
  16. The Day of YHWH: the Minor Prophets
  17. The Writings

About your instructor

Matthew Jarlett

Following the completion of his Bachelor of Arts (Biblical Studies), Matthew assumed the Vocational Education Course Supervisor role with Harvest Bible College.

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Preview Introduction to Biblical Studies

This course will kick start your interpretive journey of the Scriptures as you unpack the nature of the Bible and how to read sentences, paragraphs and discourses within the biblical text.

Curriculum Covered

  1. The Nature of the Bible (1)
  2. The Nature of the Bible (2)
  3. Pre-Understandings (1)
  4. Pre-Understandings (2)
  5. The Interpretive Journey (1)
  6. The Interpretive Journey (2)
  7. Reading Sentences
  8. Reading Paragraphs (1)
  9. Reading Paragraphs (2)
  10. Observation
  11. Reading Discourses (1)
  12. Reading Discourses (2)

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

5
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Thanks for the trainings including the lectures because of you I've done courses that equipped my biblical &Theological knowledge,and i believe to build spiritually healthy kingdom churches

Rated 5 out of 5
14 June 2022

John 10v16
And other sheep I have ,which are not of this fold.them also I must bring.
The primary pastoral carer always concerned about the sheep.
This is once more to thank you ,intended to implement information received to build,grow healthy kingdom centred churches. Plz pray for me on my journey. Be Blessed in Jesus Christ Mighty name amen

M.Patikala
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Open My eyes

Rated 5 out of 5
10 June 2022

This course openned my eyes to understand how to more about genre and how to unpack the passage and also the application thanks to our lecturer.

JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA
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Great topic indeed.

Rated 5 out of 5
7 June 2022

Thank for this wonderful revelation of bible interpretation l have learned a lot from this course which will help me in My bible interpretation and application thank you and God bless you servant of God.

JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA
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Preview Introduction to Biblical Studies

The Bible is not one book, but a collection of books with many genres. In this course, you’ll uncover the different genres in the Bible and learn how they affect the way in which Scripture is read and interpreted.

Curriculum Covered

  1. New Testament Genre: Gospels
  2. New Testament Genre: Epistles
  3. New Testament Genre: Revelation
  4. Old Testament Genre: Narrative
  5. Old Testament Genre: Law & Prophets
  6. Old Testament Genre: Poetry
  7. Old Testament Genre: Wisdom
  8. New Testament Genre: Acts
  9. Communicating the Passage
  10. Where we have Been

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

5
Rated 5 out of 5
5 out of 5 stars (based on 71 reviews)
Excellent97%
Very good3%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Thanks for the trainings including the lectures because of you I've done courses that equipped my biblical &Theological knowledge,and i believe to build spiritually healthy kingdom churches

Rated 5 out of 5
14 June 2022

John 10v16
And other sheep I have ,which are not of this fold.them also I must bring.
The primary pastoral carer always concerned about the sheep.
This is once more to thank you ,intended to implement information received to build,grow healthy kingdom centred churches. Plz pray for me on my journey. Be Blessed in Jesus Christ Mighty name amen

M.Patikala
Avatar for M.Patikala

Open My eyes

Rated 5 out of 5
10 June 2022

This course openned my eyes to understand how to more about genre and how to unpack the passage and also the application thanks to our lecturer.

JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA
Avatar for JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA

Great topic indeed.

Rated 5 out of 5
7 June 2022

Thank for this wonderful revelation of bible interpretation l have learned a lot from this course which will help me in My bible interpretation and application thank you and God bless you servant of God.

JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA
Avatar for JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA

Preview Introduction to Biblical Studies

The Bible is not one book, but a collection of books with many genres. In this course, you’ll uncover the different genres in the Bible and learn how they affect the way in which Scripture is read and interpreted.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Historical Context (1)
  2. Historical Context (2)
  3. Historical Context (3)
  4. Literary Context (1)
  5. Literary Context (2)
  6. Literary Context (3)
  7. Word Studies (1)
  8. Word Studies (2)
  9. Word Studies (3)
  10. Meaning & Original Intention (1)
  11. Meaning & Original Intention (2)
  12. Meaning & Original Intention (3)
  13. Interpretation
  14. Holy Spirit & Interpretation
  15. Application
  16. Literary Context & Genre

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching, Grant served as a full-time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

Course Reviews

5
Rated 5 out of 5
5 out of 5 stars (based on 71 reviews)
Excellent97%
Very good3%
Average0%
Poor0%
Terrible0%

Thanks for the trainings including the lectures because of you I've done courses that equipped my biblical &Theological knowledge,and i believe to build spiritually healthy kingdom churches

Rated 5 out of 5
14 June 2022

John 10v16
And other sheep I have ,which are not of this fold.them also I must bring.
The primary pastoral carer always concerned about the sheep.
This is once more to thank you ,intended to implement information received to build,grow healthy kingdom centred churches. Plz pray for me on my journey. Be Blessed in Jesus Christ Mighty name amen

M.Patikala
Avatar for M.Patikala

Open My eyes

Rated 5 out of 5
10 June 2022

This course openned my eyes to understand how to more about genre and how to unpack the passage and also the application thanks to our lecturer.

JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA
Avatar for JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA

Great topic indeed.

Rated 5 out of 5
7 June 2022

Thank for this wonderful revelation of bible interpretation l have learned a lot from this course which will help me in My bible interpretation and application thank you and God bless you servant of God.

JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA
Avatar for JOSEPH ORARE OMBASA

Preview Jesus Kingdom Gospel

This course gives an overview of the life and ministry of Jesus as described by four gospel narratives. The aim of the course is to bring an understanding of the cultural and historical environment of the day within its literary setting.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Course
  3. Concept of Audience
  4. Context of the Internal Narrative Audience (1)
  5. Context of the Internal Narrative Audience (2)
  6. Context of the Internal Narrative Audience (3)
  7. Interpretation
  8. What are the Gospels?
  9. Why Four Different Accounts?
  10. Structure of Gospel Accounts (1)
  11. Structure of Gospel Accounts (2)
  12. Structure of Gospel Accounts (3)
  13. Structure of Gospel Accounts (4)
  14. What is the Gospel? (1)
  15. What is the Gospel? (2)
  16. History of the Birth of Jesus
  17. The Passion Week
  18. Jesus & the Fulfilment of the Old Testament (1)
  19. Jesus & the Fulfilment of the Old Testament (2)
  20. Jesus & the Fulfilment of the Old Testament (3)
  21. Jesus is the Breather of Life
  22. Putting it all Together
  23. What does the Kingdom look like? (Mark)
  24. Abstracting Principles
  25. Application
  26. What Does the Kingdom Look Like? (Matthew & Luke)
  27. What Does the Kingdom Look Like? (John)
  28. Jesus Kingdom Gospel Today?
  29. Jesus’ Commissioning

About your instructor

Matthew Jarlett

Following the completion of his Bachelor of Arts (Biblical Studies), Matthew assumed the Vocational Education Course Supervisor role with Harvest Bible College.

Course Reviews

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This was a good and great teaching of the word of God

Rated 5 out of 5
26 May 2022

Praise God l thank God for everything you have done for me God bless you my testimony is that my life will never be the same again for everything you have help me with

Samuel Wango

Jesus. Kingdom .Gospel

Rated 4 out of 5
13 April 2022

It is by the grace of God that I have to complete this course. Very, very poor internet connection in my country Cameroon. Really, the course has broadened my knowledge on the approach of the gospel with respect to the four gospel writers – Matthew, Mark ,Luke and John. This knowledge will help me preaching and teachings to win souls for Jesus.
To God be the glory.

Pastor EBOT Constantine Bessong

Impactful Study

Rated 5 out of 5
20 January 2022

This is another worthwhile study for me. The issues of the Kingdom couldn’t be more explained. I am now more knowledgeable about the nature of the Kingdom of God and the Messiah.
Thank you Axx!

Eton Ekanem

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  • 8 specifically designed courses
  • 162 lessons
  • 54 hours on-demand video
  • Certification
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  • All learning resources, handouts and E-library at no extra cost
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Certification of Bible and Theology Requirements

  • Certificate of Bible and Theology qualification only requires a desire to learn about the introductory concepts of the Bible, and how I fit into the plans and purposes of God
  • This certificate only requires a desire to learn about the introductory concepts of the Theology (God), and who God is and why I exist
  • A love of God and the Word
  • Learners are welcome to commence this qualification at any time
  • A computer, tablet or smartphone is required
  • No additional software is required
  • Internet connection is required
  • Lessons are presented in English

All assessment tasks must be completed to be certified

  • Learners are required to complete all video lessons
  • Each lesson has a short multiple choice quiz
  • There are no essays to be written in this qualification
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