Re: Hebrew/Greek correspondence courses

From: Paul S. Dixon (
Date: Fri Sep 19 1997 - 11:49:19 EDT

Yes, Faraston Theological Seminary ( or
is a "distance learning only" seminary. They contacted me recently when
they discovered I was teaching an on-line beginner Greek course (see URL
below, if interested, but we are finishing week 3 and just took the first
test) and offered to give students seminary level credit if they took the
course with me as their mentor. The timing was not the best, since I had
already offered to teach the course free of charge and am continuing to
do so (for 170 or so students). Nevertheless, if you desire seminary
credit contact Faraston. You may still be able to work something out.
Otherwise, just learn it free. Guaranteed, you will get at least what
you paid for, and possibly a whole lot more.
Dr. Paul S. Dixon, Pastor
Wilsonville, Oregon

On Wed, 17 Sep 1997 21:42:26 +1000 Dale & Emma Hamilton
<> writes:
>Does anyone know of any theological colleges/seminaries that offer
>Intermediate and/or
>advanced Biblical Hebrew/Greek courses that can be studied by
>Thankyou, Dale Hamilton
>Student, Bible College of Victoria.

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