About this course
Series: Stand-alone courses
The stories we believe help us derive meaning and purpose from life. The story of God from Creation to New Creation challenges every worldview. It involves us in the action of the story, showing us our place in it. It shows us where God is taking history, and because of that, we are compelled to join Him in His work.
In this series on the Metanarrative of Scripture, Bible teacher and professor Scot Keen demonstrates how God progressively reveals Himself through the narrative, and the importance of wrapping our minds around the Biblical story before challenging others with it.
Scot Keen has been teaching the Bible for over 20 years. He teaches at Ethnos360 Bible Institute where he also serves as the Academic Dean of Online Education. Scot earned his Master of Arts in Biblical Studies and Doctor of Ministry from Dallas Theological Seminary. He and his wife April have three kids.
What you will learn
- Understand how the overarching story of the Bible impacts on the details
- The significance of narrative to every culture
- How Biblical themes tie Scripture together
- The impact of narrative on our worldview