OT662 An Application Study in the Book of Daniel (2 credits)
April 16-20, 2018; 8:00am to 12:00pm
Instructor: Dr. David Wold
This course will help students discover God’s prophetic plans for the future based on the book of Daniel, and learn how to live for those days. The book of Daniel is a masterful combination of biographical information plus apocalyptic literature. The term “apocalypse” means an unveiling, a revelation of unique material. The book of Daniel will demonstrate that we serve an all-powerful, all-loving God who has everything under control.
- For everyone interested to enroll, IGSL tuition fee for a 2 credit course costs Php 3,600.00 inclusive of class notes & general fee. IGSL students can avail of scholarship. However, the “Coaching Workshop for Christian Leaders” has a different rate.
- For non-IGSL students who want to enroll in Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), please visit www.actesol.com for your application process. IGSL is hosting this training every summer and Asia’s Center for TESOL (ACT) is the principal trainer.
- For IGSL alumni who plan to enroll in these courses (except for TESOL), you do not have to pay for the tuition fee. You only need to pay for the classroom materials worth Php 200.00.
For more details, please contact the IGSL Office of the Registrar at 454-4546 to 49 local 125 and look for Ms. Marites Hilapo. Or you may send an email to email@example.com.
Dr. David Wold has a Masters in Theology (Th.M.) in Bible Exposition from Dallas Theological Seminary, and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Prophetics from Louisiana Baptist University. While in college he was part of the Navigators Ministries. David has served as senior pastor of various congregations within the Evangelical Free Church of America. He has also been an instructor for the Greater Europe Mission in Albania, Georgia, and Latvia where he taught courses on hermeneutics, biblical studies, and prophecy. He has taught to 28 countries such as Uganda, Kenya, India, Nepal, Russia, Brazil, and Haiti.