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Video Seminary Courses

Browse available courses by title, or search for courses and lessons using our search the engine. Our video seminary courses can be used in a variety of ways.

  • Download video, audio and/or text files of the entire lesson and play them on your computer with QuickTime Player. Downloadable files are available on each course's main page.
  • Launch our custom video or audio lesson player to study the lesson in segments. The lesson players also link to related audio/video resources, and provide a lesson outline.
  • Text versions of the lessons can also be viewed online in our text lesson player.
  • Whichever format you choose for the lessons, make sure to use the study guide to enhance your understanding of the lesson. Study guides are available on each course's main page. The study guide includes time codes for each section of the lesson. This makes it easy to stop and restart, and to replay portions of the lesson. The study guide also includes a note-taking section, complete with a detailed lesson outline and "seed" notes on critical concepts. It also includes review questions and discussion topics to help you make sure you've learned the lesson's content.
  • The video versions of the lesson offer the fullest educational experience. The video presentations make difficult concepts easier to understand, and provide many useful visual aids to comprehension and data retention.

Courses may be viewed in any order. However, we recommend they be studied in the following order:

  1. Building Your Theology
  2. The Apostles' Creed
  3. He Gave Us Scripture: Foundations of Interpretation
  4. Kingdom, Covenants & Canon of the Old Testament
  5. The Pentateuch
  6. Building Systematic Theology
  7. We Believe in God
  8. Kingdom & Covenant in the New Testament
  9. The Gospels
  10. Building Biblical Theology
  11. We Believe in Jesus
  12. The Book of Acts
  13. The Epistle of James
  14. What is Man?
  15. The Heart of Paul's Theology
  16. Paul's Prison Epistles
  17. The Book of Hebrews
  18. He Gave Us Prophets
  19. The Book of Revelation
  20. Your Kingdom Come: The Doctrine of Eschatology
  21. Making Biblical Decisions

See How to use the Seminary Curriculum for more detailed information on deploying the curriculum in classroom, group and individual settings.

RPM Magazine

Browse the article archives by topic, or search for articles using our search engine. Articles can be viewed online or downloaded to your computer. If you find them difficult to read nest in our webpage, use the "Open article in new browser window" link found the article when you open it.

Any article may be copied and distributed for educational use, as long you don't charge more for the copies than your actual cost to make the copies. To republish an article you must obtain permission from its author.

Audio Sermons & Lectures

Browse the audio sermons and lectures by speaker, series or topic. You may either listen to the audio files online or download them to your computer. There is no limit to how long you may keep the files on your computer.

Many audio files are available in multiple formats. The link to download a file indicates its encoding format (e.g., "mp3") followed by a dash ("-") and then its bit rate (e.g., "16"). Higher bit rates provide better quality, but the file sizes are larger.

Q&A Knowledgebase

Browse the Q&A by topic, or search for a keyword or phrase using our search engine.

Any Q&A may be copied and distributed for educational use, as long you don't charge more for the copies than your actual cost to make the copies. To republish a Q&A, you must obtain permission from its author.