Would you like to understand the "times & seasons" of the Kingdom of God, as it was revealed to the prophets of Old Covenant Israel and understood by Jesus and the original apostles of the Lamb?
Would you like to be able to rightly divide the Scriptures and understand and where Christ's Church is in the unfolding of Messiah's Kingdom and His purpose for the nations?
AD310, The Revelation of Jesus Christ: Understanding the Times & Seasons of the Kingdom of Heaven is an in depth course that deals with the critically important prophecy Jesus gave to John the apostle to give to the 7 churches of Asia Minor about certain things He had prophesied years earlier in the Temple during the last week of His public ministry. Almost 40 years have passed, the disciples' generation had almost passed away. Certain "eschatological" things, i.e. the abomination of desolation, the great tribulation, the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple had to happen soon in order to fulfill His prophecy about the end of the Old Covenant Administration, the dawning of Messiah's day, and the times of the gentiles (nations).
A prophecy about the judgment of God and His Christ that fell upon apostate Israel, the harlot city of Jerusalem and the Temple in 70 AD, the Book of Revelation is arguably the most important book in the entire Canon of the New Testament for truly understanding how Christ and His administration of the Kingdom of heaven actually works today in the judgment of governments and nations.
B. B. Warfield, the great Princeton Theologian, once declared, "the Book of Revelation scarcely advances beyond the teaching of Jesus' given on the Mount of Olives the last week of His public ministry."
Taught by ATS Chancellor, Dr. George Kouri, AD310 deals thoroughly with the outline or chronological order of Kingdom events prophesied by Israel's prophets and also by Jesus of Nazareth, events that absolutely had to take place in John's day in order to fulfill prophecy, bring an end to the Old Covenant administration of the Kingdom of heaven, fully establish Messiah's administration of the Kingdom of heaven, and inaugurate the times of the gentiles (the judgment of the nations).
While AD310 will of necessity deal with the technical matters, i.e. the dating, authorship, and the literary style of the Book of Revelation, the principle focus of AD310 will be on the proper interpretation of the prophetic symbols used by Jesus and also on the importance of understanding the outline or chronological order of prophetic events taught by Jesus throughout the last week of His earthly ministry. This same exact outline or chronology is followed by Jesus in the Book of Revelation, and it is the interpretive key to properly interpreting the prophecy given by Jesus in the Book of Revelation.
Classes will meet each Tuesday from 7-9 PM at our Jacksonville Campus located at the King's Church, 7999 Phillips Highway, Jacksonville, Florida. AD310 will begin Tuesday, January 3rd. and will continue to the end of the Spring semester.
SPECIAL ATS OFFER: Those who enroll in this special Jacksonville Campus introductory offer will receive a 50% discount on the regular ATS application fee, and also a 50% scholarship on this course and all other courses taken at the Apostles Theological Seminary while an active student.
All ATS courses are three credit hours. The Associate's level courses are $100 per credit hour (before the 50% scholarship). Bachelor's level courses at $200 per credit hour (before 50% scholarship). Master's level courses are $300.00 per credit hour (before 50% scholarship), and Doctoral level courses are $400.00 per credit hour (before 50% scholarship).
For anyone not desiring credit towards a degree, access to ATS classes and online materials are available with a $150 audit fee per course. The application fee is $50 (before discount). No application fee is necessary for those who audit classes.
FREE FINANCING is also available with $100 per month payments.
Register at http://www.atsvirtual.org/ or call Dr. Marie Howard at 904-771-5375 for more information.
Posted on Tue, September 20, 2011
by George Kouri