Free Online Bible Study for Women!

Looking for a Bible Study that’s both deep and practical? Look no further. You may have heard the buzz about our most popular class, Biblical Theology of Womanhood I, being offered online and tuition-free this fall. This course walks through the entire Old Testament answering the question, “What does the Bible have to say about being a woman?” It is consistently one of the most influential classes for women at Southwestern Seminary. For the first time, this learning experience is free for all who audit the course! You read that right – you get all the class material and resources without having to do any of the work – pretty great deal!

 

Why would you sign up for this class? Just look at the major issues facing women today, and you’ll discover that many of them center on gender and womanhood issues. Our world desperately needs Christian women who can articulate a clear, comprehensive, and non-contradictory view of what it means to be a woman. Taught by Dorothy Patterson and Candi Finch, this class will uniquely enrich your home, marriage, and ministry and equip you to engage cultural ideas that run counter to God’s Word.

 

This experience is perfect for both personal and group Bible Study! With weekly sessions posted online, you can watch this substantive teaching from the comfort of your own home. Use the weekly study questions for group discussion and application.

 

For a limited time, we have a special offer for you! Send in your completed registration by Friday, August 15th and you can purchase the hardcover Study Bible for Women, for $19.99!* Send your completed form (Click here to download the form) or email it to Admissions@swbts.edu and you’ll receive the promotional code to purchase your copy. This offer is good only at Southwestern’s Outfitters store, and is only available while supplies last – so sign up today!**

 

Don’t miss this opportunity for in-depth study and growth in God’s design for women!

 

 

*Plus Shipping Handling ($5.95)

**Offer valid only within the Continental U.S.