Beyond Genesis

There Are 2 Free Classes Starting In September 2021

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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Online Wednesday nights at 7 pm – 10 weeks

There’s too many pages. When will I ever finish

I’m Confused! It doesn’t make any sense!

There are too many laws to uphold.

Come on.. can this be real?


Beyond Genesis is for those who struggle with the Scriptures and just can’t ever seem to get past Genesis. By the end of this course, you will be familiar with each section and book of the Bible, you will know where to find those books, who wrote them, their main characters,  their meanings, but most importantly you will learn what the entire Bible message is all about. With the addition of Christian apologetics and end-time prophecy, you will have a good understanding of Bible’s big picture. You will understand why after thousands of years, educated and intelligent individuals still believe and trust in God.

Most are usually surprised to find their understanding was not altogether right, and God’s Word is much simpler than they thought.


Thursday, September 23, 2021

Online Thursday nights at 7 pm – 10  weeks

If there is one Bible book you must read, it is the book of Romans. The Epistle to the Romans or Letter to the Romans, often shortened to Romans, is the sixth book in the New Testament. Biblical scholars agree that it was composed by Paul the Apostle to explain that salvation is offered throught the gospel of Jesus Christ. it is the longest of the Pauline epistles and one of the most important Bible books ever written. He emphasizes the ALL people - both Jew and Gentile - are equally condemned before God because all people have sinned. In this book Paul assures the Romans that God has offered salvation from condemnation and that His death atones for their sins.

You will recognize the most important theological themes, identify the major subsections of this book, and you will see how Paul constructs his arguments and connects with his audence. You will be able to define key theological terms and explain how Paul uses them.  You will learn of justification by faith, the hopes of Salvation, God's faithfulness and Christian conduct. 

*Students will have access to the YSPEO Course Library in order to participate in this free  10 week study!