Welcome to "Theo-201: Old Testament" with Chad Bird

Starting March 7th, 1517 Academy is partnering with Grand View University to offer the first course of its kind: A college-level course for those ready to dig deeper and earn real college credit.

Starting March 7th, 1517 Academy is partnering with Grand View University to offer the first course of its kind: A college-level course for those ready to dig deeper and earn real college credit. Grand View University is offering THEO 201: Old Testament entirely online for credit. Class begins on March 7th and will continue through May 7th.

Students who complete this 8-week blended course will receive 3 credits. In order to register for this course, please click below and copy/paste the following information in the form field:

Course #1 Session 4, THEO: 201 – Old Testament

Earn Credit with Grand View University

This course is intended to survey the literature of the Old Testament to discern prophecies, patterns, and foreshadowings of the Messiah. Students are introduced to interpretive methods of biblical study, the ritual system and sanctuary symbolism of Israel, and historical understandings of the Messiah in the Old Testament, while exploring the ramifications this entails for teaching and preaching on the Old Testament in the church today.

Those familiar with Chad's first academy course, "Christ in the Old Testament," will recognize this as opportunity to dig even further into the many connections between Christ and The Old Testament.

Once your registration form has been received by the Registrar’s Office, it will be processed within 48 business hours. You will receive a confirmation email from the Registrar’s Office with information pertaining to how to pay, username and password.

If you have any questions you can reach out to the Department of Graduate and Professional Studies at 515-263-2830.

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Not interested in receiving course credit? No worries! A similar version of "Theo-201: Old Testament" will also be available here soon for students who want to enroll through the 1517 Academy.