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Christian Philosophy of Literature

ENGL 200 Shakespeare & The Bible I

This course explores a cross section of Shakespeare’s History, Tragedy and Comedy plays from a Biblical worldview analysis.


Instructor:
Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Online live
Course Fee: $300. 3 Credit Hours @ $100/credit

ENGL 210 Shakespeare & The Bible II

This course is the second part of ENG 200 and explores another cross section of Shakespeare’s History, Tragedy and Comedy plays from a Biblical worldview analysis. Course covers Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Macbeth, and Much Ado About Nothing plays

Instructor:
Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Online live
Course Fee: $300. 3 Credit Hours @ $100/credit

ENGL 300 Poetry & Scripture: A Study in Religious Worldviews

Since all poetry is an expression of religious belief, this course explores a cross section of poetry analyzing them from from a Biblical worldview perspective.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $300. 3 Credit Hours @ $100/credit

ENGL 320 Biblical Literary Analysis and Critique

This course is for both the serious reader and writer who desires to understand and master the art and science of literary analysis from a Biblical World and life approach. The student is to filter all studied material from a Biblical worldview standpoint when submitting his or her assignments.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $300. 3 Credit Hours @ $100/credit

ENGL 340 Exploring the Writer’s Craft From a Biblical Approach

This course is for the serious writer who desires to understand and master
the art and science of writing. Using various examples of religious literature the student is to filter all material from a Biblical worldview standpoint when submitting his or her assignments.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $300. 3 Credit Hours @ $100/credit

ENGL 360 The Biblical Method of Storytelling

Using the Stories from Scripture and other sacred writings this course guides the student in perfecting the art of storytelling to capture and keep an audience engaged. This course is essential for those who wish to either tell or write an exciting and memorable story for the Christian community.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $300. 3 Credit Hours @ $100/credit