Tabor Offers Two Online Courses
Tabor College invites you to grow in your faith by taking an online course in Spring 2021. You may choose from the following two courses.
At an undergraduate level, Movies vs. Reality will explore truth, reality and faith through the eyes of the movies, weighed against science, history, philosophy and the Bible. This six-week course will provide an honest look at some of the toughest questions asked through a holistic Christian lens.
If you would like tools to explain your faith through understanding apologetics, this interactive course uses popular movies to address key questions. The course covers topics such as faith and science, the nature of truth, miracles, suffering and the person of Jesus. The dates for this course are Feb. 22 – April 4, 2021.
Evangelical Anabaptist Story, a graduate level course, will explore the history of the Mennonite Brethren Church. This course is part of the Southern District Conference pastors’ credentialing process. The dates for this course are Jan. 11 – March 21.
To sign up for either of these courses, complete an application at: https://tabor.edu/online/apply-now/. On the pull-down menu marked, “What describes you best,” choose “I am a guest student.”
“We look forward to having you join us for one or both of these courses this spring,” says Rick Bartlett, Associate Dean for the School of Graduate Studies.
Send an email to Rick Bartlett for more information.