Song of Songs – Independent Course

$250.00$275.00

 

Follow the eight-chapter love story of Solomon in its cultural setting while gaining understanding of the symbolic parallel to Christ and His relationship with His Bride, the Church.

Work from home and earn credits through this independent study course.

 

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Course Objectives:

  • To follow the eight-chapter love story of Solomon in its cultural setting
  • To understand the symbolic parallel to Christ and His relationship with His Bride, the Church
  • To emphasize the great love that God has for us as His prophetic inheritance
  • To shed light on the eight revelations of Jesus’ heart shown throughout the book of Song of Solomon

 

Included Materials:

  • The Song of Songs audio teaching series by Mike Bickle on MP3 CD (24 sessions)
  • Student syllabus—direct transcript of teaching series in PDF form (24 sessions)
  • Corresponding study notes for each of the 24 teaching sessions
  • Research paper guidelines and sample paper for reference
  • Homework instructions
  • Open book exam

UNDERGRADUATE: This option is for those currently enrolled within ITC’s credit program and are working towards their undergraduate degree. See Requirements tab for what is required for this course.

POSTGRADUATE: This option is for those currently enrolled within ITC’s credit program and are working towards their postgraduate degree. See Requirements tab for what is required for this course.

This course is worth the following credit hours upon passing completion:

Undergraduate: 3.0
Postgraduate: 4.0

+ Listen to 24 session Song of Songs teaching by Mike Bickle

+ Read transcript and study notes from Song of Songs teaching by Mike Bickle

+ Write 24 one-page session synopses (homework)

+ Write research paper (6-page for undergraduate; 12-page for postgraduate)

+ Complete open book exam

+ *For post graduate level, an additional 200 pages reading is required on the course subject.

The completed research paper must be returned within 3 months of the date materials are issued to you.

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