Class Listing

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Below is the Class Listing for CIB Online Free Classes. The curriculum deliberately filters out unneeded classes; focussing rather on essential needs for life and ministry. As classes are completed (i.e. all texts, assignments and testing available) and come online they will appear in Bold Capital letters (e.g. ARAMAIC). Please do not contact us to find out when new classes are being offered.  The Hebrew, Greek, and Introduction to Biblical Tools & Research, curriculum is being placed online at present and is available; though not complete.

Within the next few weeks you will be able to register to access courses, materials and the entire virtual campus as it develops. This will also make future testing available.  We look forward to offering you a high quality Biblical Education at no cost (unless you wish to donate at whitestonemissions.com). This is a Charnock Institute of the Bible Missions Project in conjunction with White Stone Missions.

Current Projects for CIB Free online classes:

– Registration Site July-September? is being developed and we hope within a few weeks to have the actual site up and running.

– Hebrew Grammar (6 Credits) Course and syllabus are online. Video and Audio are available for the early assignments and more are yet to come. This will eventually include the entire Hebrew Bible in a Reader’s Hebrew Bible format.

– Greek Grammar (6 Credits) course and syllabus are online. Video and Audio are available for the early courses and more are yet to come. This will eventually include the entire Greek Bible in a Reader’s Greek Bible format.

– Introduction to Biblical Tools & Research (3 Credits) All course materials are available online at present. Testing however, will be available in the future.  This course is required for most classes at CIB.

Where to Begin (when things are Normal!)

Certificate of Completion for B.Div. Degree students should begin with the SUMMER SESSION Greek or Hebrew courses. Greek is recommended but Hebrew will have a greater impact on how you read and understand the Bible. After Greek or Hebrew are completed, then proceed to regular 1st Semester, 2nd Semester, etc. Introduction to Biblical Tools & Research is a must for all classes.

Knowing God Program (Certificate of Completion for Diploma in Biblical Studies) Students should simply begin 1st Semester classes.  Introduction to Biblical Tools & Research is a must for all classes.

 

Knowing God Program

(Diploma in Biblical Studies)

                   1st Semester                                                             2nd Semester

1.  Intro to Biblical Tools & Research                      Attributes, Character & Eternal Plan of God

2.  Church History & Ministry                                   Missions & Outreach

3.  New Testament Introduction                               Christian Life & Growth

4.  Old Testament Introduction & Christology     Foundations of Biblical Counseling

5.  Science & Worldviews                                           Biographies of Great Christians

 

 

Associate of Biblical Studies

(First 2 years including Summer sessions)

Bachelor of Divinity

(4 years including Summer sessions)

 

Summer (1st Year)

Greek (or Hebrew) Grammar (10 Weeks)

                   1st Semester                                                             2nd Semester

1.  Intro to Biblical Tools & Research                      Attributes, Character & Eternal Plan of God

2.  Early Church Fathers I                                          Early Church Fathers II

3.  New Testament Introduction                               Christian Life & Growth

4.  Old Testament Introduction & Christology     Foundations of Biblical Counseling

5.  (B.Div.) Greek Rapid Reading I                          Greek Rapid Reading & Syntax II

Summer (Year 2)
Latin Grammar (10 Weeks)

                   1st Semester                                                             2nd Semester

1.  Science & Worldviews                                           Biographies of Great Christians

2.  Early Church Fathers III                                      Early Church Fathers IV

3.  Greek N.T. Translation I                                     Greek N.T. Translation II

4.  Latin Rapid Reading I                                          Latin Rapid Reading II

5.  Church History & Ministry                                  Missions Introduction & Ministry

Summer (Year 3)
Hebrew (or Greek) Grammar (10 Weeks)

                   1st Semester                                                             2nd Semester

1.

2.  Early Church Fathers V                                          Early Church Fathers VI

3. Hebrew Reading I                                                     Hebrew Reading II

4.

5.  Ministry

Summer (Year 4)
Aramaic Grammar (10 Weeks)

                   1st Semester                                                             2nd Semester

1.
2. Reformation Writings I                                         Reformation Writings II
3.  Hebrew Reading III                                               Hebrew Reading IV
4.
5. Ministry

Bible

New Testament Introduction – Students begin to master the books, background, and themes of the New Testament books.

Old Testament Introduction & Christology – Learn how to see Jesus Christ in each and every passage of the Old Testament.

Introduction to Biblical Tools & Research (Hermeneutics) – This course is Inductive; students learn how to read and interpret the Bible for themselves.

Advanced Hermeneutics & Textual Criticism – This is the final step in learning at Charnock. Working with the Greek & Hebrew texts for yourself, you will do advanced Biblical studies. Included Greek & Hebrew word studies, translation, study of manuscripts and more.

Introduction to Biblical Counseling – How does one use the Bible to meet the needs of others? This class will show you how.

Life & Times of Jesus Christ – An in depth study of the Gospels and the life & teachings of Jesus Christ.

 

Church History

Introduction to Church History – A basic overview of the movements of the Church from the time of the Apostles until the present.

Early Church Fathers to A.D. 325  I, II, III, IV, V, VI – A study of all known writings of the early Church (known as the Fathers) up to a.d. 325. Students will see for themselves what the early Church did and did not believe; knew and did not know; how they handled trials, persecution, other Churches, etc.

Reformation Writings I, II – Students read the Reformers for themselves to see what was actually happening; and what theological ideas were around that changed the world.

Languages

Greek Grammar Introduction – Covers the entire grammar with large amounts of Greek reading of the New Testament.

Greek Syntax I – Students translate half of the gospel of John and memorize one-fourth of the vocabulary of the Greek New Testament.

Greek Syntax II – Students translate the second half of the gospel of John and memorize one-fourth of the vocabulary of the Greek New Testament. Advanced studies in Greek Syntax.

Greek New Testament Translation I – Students translate Mathew, Mark, Luke and Acts from the Greek text; and memorize one fourth of the vocabulary of the Greek New Testament.

Greek New Testament Translation II – Students translate Romans through Revelation; and memorize one fourth of the vocabulary of the Greek New Testament.

Hebrew Grammar Introduction – Students learn the Hebrew Grammar while reading large amounts of the Hebrew Bible.

Hebrew Reading I, II, III, IV – In four parts students will translate (actually gloss) the entire Hebrew Bible.

Aramaic Grammar & Translation – A one semester course in which students learn the grammar and translate all Aramaic sections of the Bible.

Latin Grammar – Latin is the language of education in the Western World. Students learn the Latin Grammar in order to begin reading Latin texts.

Latin Reading I, II – Students read large amounts of Latin texts.

 

Missions

Introduction to Missions – Students become familiar with the movements of the Church throughout history as the gospel goes to the nations.

Missionary Biographies – Next to being there, nothing allows one to see a mission field like biographies. The who, what, when, where, why and how, all come into focus.

Great Christian Biographies – This course exposes students to the lives of great men and women who have served God in various roles, nations, etc.

 

Theology

Attributes, Character & Eternal Plan of God – Students look at the character and attributes of God Himself. Includes a study of the eternal plan of God.

Christian Life & Growth – Discipleship and it “who, what, when, where, why and how.”

Science & Worldview(s) – Students learn to see God in all things throughout the universe (creation).

 

4 Responses to “Class Listing”

  • i’ a graduate
    and i want free online self-study course to Hebrew OT and Greek NT
    pleas direct me on what to do.
    if not you then who else??

    • Hello, and thanks for contacting Charnock Institute of the Bible. The free online materials are available on the charnockedu.com site. There are only limited materials available at present. When materials are updated they will be made available.
      Thanks!

  • cartierlovejesduas Why does everyone keep referring to the Nephilim? Did not David kill Goliath? Was he not described as a giant? This was long after the flood.
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    • Not sure who you are referring to. “Nephalim” means “Fallen Ones,” and seems to be something different before the flood than it meant after the flood. Words travel and meanings change. “Giants” can today be a basketball team. After the flood it may be nothing more than “this was a huge guy.” There were sacrifices and clean and unclean animals, etc. before the flood. I would not recommend reading Leviticus backward and explaining pre-flood sacrificial systems with the Levitical sacrificial system.

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