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Online Learning at St. Matt’s

Among the many different things that we are offering here at St. Matthew’s this fall, Wayne Valleau and myself are experimenting with a new option when it comes congregational studies. Wayne has been offering courses on Shakespeare since 2004, and has already started with Hamlet, meeting on Mondays at 10:00am. Starting on Monday evening on September 28th, I will be offering a study called “Reclaiming Revelation” which delves into the last book of the Bible, hopefully exploding some commonly held misconceptions.

The difference is that for both Wayne and myself, we have added an optional online component. It can work as both a supplement for the in-person seminars, as well as an opportunity to review the material, or have a chance to explore it more deeply. In addition, if you happen to miss a given session, you can see the material that we covered.

This is a new effort that we are just starting to offer. More like this are definitely bound to come.

Here’s a list of both courses. If you would like to make use of the online portion of these courses, please use the sign-in menu on the right side of this page. Once you’ve registered on the site as a subscriber, please come back to this page or go to the main course page, click on whichever course you want, and then scroll down and press the “take this course” button.

While we can’t offer official credit for these, we do have badges!!

Free

The Crusades: A Dark History

An exploration of the so-called "Crusader" period in Christian history, from the 11th to the 13th Century.

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Free

Early Christianity: The First 1,000 Years

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Free

The Dead Sea Scrolls – An Introduction and Investigation

This seminar is an introduction to and exploration of the Dead Sea Scrolls first discovered in 1947 near the ruins of Qumran in the cliffs above the Dead Sea in the West Bank.

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