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Each course is taught on a single day each week allowing the student the flexibility to take a class one-day per week. Each class is 6 weeks long, which includes the assignments and a final exam depending on instructor requirements.

Some additional classes are held on Wednesday evenings and vary in length from 11 to 13 weeks. Additionally, weekend seminars and conferences are provided to enhance the students educational and spiritual training and experience. If you're a member of DLC we ask that you complete Christianity 101, 201, and 301.


Hermeneutics is the science and art of biblical interpretation: attempting to ascertain what God has said to man in sacred scripture.

Reading a Prayer Book

Old Testament Survey

Study of the historical and prophetic contexts of the Old Testament scripture.

Old Book
Passover Symbols


The purpose of this course is to provide a practical understanding of the overarching and central role covenants play throughout the entire narrative of the Bible.

Hebrew Writings

New Testament Survey

A panoramic view of the New Testament that unifies the study of its messages, doctrines, personalities, and problems of interpretation. 

Life Of Christ (Gospels)

This course is a study of the life of Christ from the viewpoint of the synoptic Gospels.

Old City

Early Church

A study of the development of the early church emphasizing its relevance as a pattern for today.

Stained Glass


A study on the books of Colossians and Ephesians.

Ancient Ruins
Jewish Man in Synagogue


A study on the book of Revelation and it's application in history.

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