This section offers resources for students who desire to study the Third Millennium courses offline, normally in supervised groups. The "Academic Packet" for each course includes a syllabus, study guides, guidelines for facilitators, and other instructions for optional assignments such as additional reading and written projects. It includes all you need to guide a group of students.
These tests are for facilitators and supervisors that are teaching offline Third Millennium courses to groups of students, instead of using the programmed Internet courses. You must obtain a password to open these documents. To obtain the password, write to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must explain who you are, what your position is, who your students are, and how you will be administering these tests.
There are many denominations, divisions and theological disputes in the modern church, but despite these types of disunity, there is a common core of belief that all faithful Christians have affirmed throughout history. For almost two millennia, this core of belief has been summarized in the Apostles' Creed. This course explains the history and use of the Apostles' Creed, as well as the details and significance of each of its articles of faith. It is based on the lecture series, The Apostles' Creed, produced by Third Millennium Ministries and hosted by Dr. Van Gayton with contributions from a variety of professors.
The four gospels are key books of the Bible, since they narrate the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Each gospel has a unique perspective and a unique purpose. This course explains the background, the structure, the main contents, and the major themes of each gospel. It is based on the lecture series, The Gospels, produced by Third Millennium Ministries and hosted by Dr. Pete Alwinson with contributions from a variety of professors.