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Course Registration

Please note: ITM classes are delivered using a hybrid model of class instruction, meaning that course content will be delivered in-person during two (or three) intensive weekends (Friday 6-9 pm and Saturday 9-5 pm) and weekly online classes (see details below). Please read course details carefully to see how your course will be delivered.

Spring 2024 Courses

Christ-Centered Biblical Interpretation and Teaching - $199

Dave Kiehn, PhD and Thomas Broom, MDiv



Fri, Feb 9 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Feb 10 (9 am-5 pm)

Fri, Apr 19 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Apr 20 (9 am-5 pm)


at York Baptist Assocation, SC and select Tuesday evenings online (7-9 pm)

In Christ are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Taking that thesis seriously, this course will equip students to interpret the Scriptures rightly and teach them to others, such that Christ is magnified. Attention will be given to biblical genres, the cruciality of context, language (grammar, syntax, words, fallacies), and finally, responsibly teaching Christ from every text in the Bible, corresponding to its place within the grand redemptive narrative of Scripture.

Creation, Covenants, and Christ: An Intro to the Old Testament - $199

James Sharp, M.A. with Jamie C. Viands, PhD



Fri, Feb 9 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Feb 10 (9 am-5 pm)

Fri, Apr 26 (6-9 pm) + Sat, Apr 27 (9 am-5 pm)


at Parkwood Baptist Church, Concord and select Tuesday evenings online (7-9 pm)

The Law, the Prophets, and the Writings point to Jesus, Son of David and Son of God. This course will survey the Old Testament with a focus on its theological emphases. Attention will be given to the historical background, purpose, message, structure, and themes of each Old Testament book, with an eye toward understanding the promises God both makes and keeps through his Son. ​​

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