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John Walton: "This Course Can Change Your Life"

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Have you ever read a chapter from the Old Testament and wondered, why did God put that in the Bible?

Everyone has.

Lots of people—even in the church, even in the academy—don’t really know how to read the Old Testament.

It's time to change that.

In this online course, John Walton and Andrew Hill will walk you through the Old Testament, book-by-book.

You will learn:

  • How to read the Old Testament and ancient history together
  • The background to each Old Testament book—even the hard books
  • How the Old Testament relates to the New Testament
  • Why understanding the theology of the Old Testament is so important
  • And much more!

When you take this course, the Old Testament will start to make sense. It will give you a renewed sense of who God is. And that can change your life.

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Just in case you missed it…

Here is the recent video where Dr. Walton explains how studying the Old Testament will change your life:

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