Today I finished up my fourth (full-length) course from Koinonia Institute: “PRO501: Introduction to Bible Prophecy.”
It was designed to be something that covered the major aspects of Bible prophecy, in a condensed format. Some of the things I enjoyed from this class were:
- The class was very short, with just four sessions, and covered a lot of material
- The helpful focus on prophecy in regards to past, future and present scenarios
- I liked how it felt like a good summary class, vs. overly long and complex
I also contributed to weekly forum discussions, took 4 weekly quizzes and then an 80 question final exam also. I did well on the weekly quizzes … and my final grade for the class was 89.6%.
What was my favorite part of the course?
I enjoyed the fact that the class seemed purposefully designed to give students a good overview of end-time prophecy (in a general sense) throughout the Bible. The structure kept the material interesting, and provided enough context for viewers to wrap their head around (for the most part) what was being discussed.
What am I thankful for?
I’m thankful that the other classes from this Bronze Medal track (particular the New Testament course) provided the proper foundation of knowledge for me to understand the topics in this class more. I would highly recommend you take this class after the Old and New Testament courses from Koinonia House.
What could use some work?
The first session is pretty forgettable, because the material it covers is so similar to what you’ve already heard, if you have already taken some Koinonia House classes. I also feel like on its own, some of the material here would go over someone’s head if they didn’t have more fleshed-out knowledge of prophecy, from other sources.