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Together in Christ


Together in Christ seeks to fulfill God's will for the Body of Christ by offering a free biblical Christian university education. Here, you may study a growing number of courses that will ultimately provide a biblically faithful understanding of every subject and area of existence

in God's creation from the basis of Scripture.


Intro. to the Bible and Theology

1 - What is the Bible

What is the Bible, who authored it, and how should we approach it? The Bible presents itself as the Word of God, who is incapable of lying, in which He lays out the revelation of the history of His universe, from the Creation in the book of Genesis all the way to the future Consummation in the book of Revelation.

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Creation, Science and Faith

1 - Why Creation Matters

Does a literal creation of the universe as described in the Bible really matter to the Gospel? In this course we learn why the biblical doctrine of creation is not a side-issue, is not a ‘non-essential doctrine,’ but is in fact essential to the very heart of the Gospel message, which is the Cross of Christ.

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Grace, Not Law: Galatians

1 - Intro to Galatians

Why study Galatians? Apostle Paul wrote his letter to the Galatians, containing the clarion declaration of righteousness by grace through faith alone, no longer by works of the Law:   “I do not frustrate the grace of God: for if righteousness come by the law, then Christ has died in vain” (Galatians 2:21).


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Jesus and Myth

Chapter 1 - Intro to the Gospels, Myth and Culture

Are Jesus and the Gospel accounts  mythological? This course engages these questions in response to the popular yet false claims of today’s myth-culture. The course follows the book Jesus and Myth through its argument that Jesus alone is not mythological, while everyone else is inured in myth, in ‘myth-culture.’

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How Christians Invented the University

Historically, the Body of Christ invented the institution called the 'university'* to be a place

where a Christian may learn the known truth about any subject and area of existence in

God's creation—the universe—and investigate and develop further knowledge, all on the

one sure basis for accurate knowledge, the Word of God, the Bible.* 

The Body of Christ, the Mystery revealed by Jesus to His Apostle Paul (e.g. Ephesians 2–3),

is the pillar and ground of the truth (1 Timothy 3:15), and the one place that every person

should be able to go to attain an accurate understanding of God's universe, which in turn

enables godly living in His universe (Philippians 1:9).

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