Online Courses

We are experimenting with creating interactive online learning environments for ordinary people who are curious about digging deeper into the study of religion and ancient literature.




Spring 2015 -- Slavery as Moral Problem in the Bible
An interactive exploration of slavery in the Bible.
Course designer and facilitator: James Hamrick.
Textbook: Jennifer Glancy's Slavery as Moral Problem in the Early Church and Today

For a full description of this course click here.



Here are some screenshots from the upcoming course.  Click to make the pictures larger.













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