Interpretation of the OT 2
Course in Sliven center: Interpretation of the Old Testament 2 (Book of Jonah) Professor: Michael McKittrick
The course is part of the Bachelor's program in Theology and will be held from 1st to 5th of June 2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 hours in Sliven, 3 Nish Str
The story of Jonah is familiar. It is all about a prophet and a giant fish. But is it? This course will explore the book of Jonah to help us see what God's heart is all about and how we can align ourselves to His heart. We will aim to be transformed to be more like Christ as we study His word.
The class will involve learning principles in how to study the Bible and specifically how to study Old Testament narrative in light of the whole Bible. These principles will then be applied through discussion and in-class group work so that we will understand better the purpose of the book of Jonah, be transformed by it and so be able to teach others.
Michael was born and raised in Canada before earning his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is now serving at College Church in Wheaton where he loves to not only teach God's word but also equip others to do so. He loves the gospel and helping people see how it connects to all of life and how the whole Bible tells one grand story of redemption. He is married to Heather, and they have two young children: Eliza and Gloria.
The admission can happen at any time after filing an application, laying the entrance examination and interview.