EDMOND—The Herbert W. Armstrong College registrar’s office announced on July 29 that two online courses will be available for the 2017–2018 academic year.
Examines the origins, practices and teachings of major world religions including ancient Mesopotamian religions, tribalism, Buddhism, Shinto, Taoism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. The course will also address various denominations of Christianity including Baptist, Christian Scientist, Jehovah’s Witness, Seventh-Day Adventist and others.
Comparative Religion is a 3-credit course and will be taught by Pastor Brian Davis.
Old Testament Survey
Covers the law, prophecy and history of Old Testament Israel with emphasis on the background, geography, teachings, structure, content and basic meaning of each book. It also includes study of outstanding biblical figures and events. It articulates the authority of the Old Testament and its importance in understanding the New Testament. Old Testament Survey is a 3-credit course and will be taught by Preaching Elder Eric Burns.
To register for one or both of these classes, visit my.HWAcollege.org. The last day for enrollment and payment is August 31. Classes begin August 16.