Available courses

Moodle Teaching Basics
Prof. Anand Deshbhratar

Moodle Teaching Basics

Moodle Teaching Basics

  • Designed for educators
  • Self-paced, always open, approx 12 hours study time)
  • Discover the best ways to display teaching materials and track progress
  • Explore grading in Moodle, including quizzes, assignments and H5P
  • Check your progress with meaningful tasks
  • Earn a badge and or certificate upon course completion

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew
Prof. John Silvanus

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

This course is an analysis of basic biblical Hebrew grammar with a focus on the nature and structure of the Hebrew language. It includes a study of grammar, morphology, pronunciation, vocabulary, linguistics, and basic syntax, reading of texts from the Hebrew Bible as well as translation work.

Spiritual Formation: Serving God's Purposes in Our Generation!
Prof. Anand Deshbhratar

Spiritual Formation: Serving God's Purposes in Our Generation!

This course identifies how God utilizes Scripture, people, personal experiences, contexts, literature, spiritual disciplines, and events to transform believers holistically into Christ-likeness. The format of the course will include inquiry, critical thinking, theological reflection, and an introduction to the holistic formation model.

Spiritual Formation: Disciplining Ourselves for the Purpose of Godliness!
Prof. Richard BabuProf. Samuel T. Koshy

Spiritual Formation: Disciplining Ourselves for the Purpose of Godliness!

This course explores how growing in the practice of spiritual disciplines can help us to build an intimate relationship with God. It highlights how godly choices we make results in personal transformation and growth in spiritual maturity. The format of the course will include inquiry, critical thinking, theological and personal reflection.

DT535: Christian Theology - I
Prof. Anand Deshbhratar

DT535: Christian Theology - I

Christian Theology I & II are designed to provide an introduction to the thematic study of Christian doctrine according to the evangelical protestant tradition.  Christian Theology I acquaint students with the elemental building blocks of the Christian faith.  The nature, sources, and task of theology will be considered, together with the following major doctrines: Revelations, Trinity, Person of Christ, Holy Spirit.  Special attention will be given to the development of missional, Trinitarian theology. 


DO532: Bible Survey - I (B8)
Prof. Anand DeshbhratarProf. Anand Lakka

DO532: Bible Survey - I (B8)

Studying the Old Testament Survey can unlock a richer understanding of God and his redemptive work in the world. This course provides a clear guide for learners interested in exploring the big picture of the Bible, understanding the major themes of the Old Testament and examining how the Old Testament lays foundation to understand the New testament.

DG520: Research and Writing Methods (B8)
Prof. Anand Deshbhratar

DG520: Research and Writing Methods (B8)

Research and Writing Methods is a two-credit hour foundational course in Post-Graduate studies.  To help learner grasp the importance of research as they develop research skills and competencies would be the main objective of this course. During the course, learners will be introduced to various methods and methodologies involved in doing research while they sharpen their research writing and presentation skills.

At the core of this course is the belief that self is at the center of any learning process and that self is able to compose a world conducive to knowing, thinking and creating. And so the study shall begin with a section on self and then progress to looking at other aspects of research like knowingthinking and creating. So in a manner of speaking it is not only the academic course but also the Spiritual Transformation course.

So let me invite you on an exciting journey of Spiritual Transformation and learning a Research & Writing Methods.

DG510: Study Methods (Orientation Course - B8)
Prof. Anand Deshbhratar

DG510: Study Methods (Orientation Course - B8)

This course will deal with the following;

  1. myGSOL Orientation
  2. Study Methods

DO532: Bible Survey - I
Prof. John Silvanus

DO532: Bible Survey - I

Studying the Old Testament Survey can unlock a richer understanding of God and his redemptive work in the world. This course provides a clear guide for learners interested in exploring the big picture of the Bible, understanding the major themes of the Old Testament and examining how the Old Testament lays foundation to understand the New testament.

DY531: Evangelism Today
Prof. Anand DeshbhratarProf. James Peter

DY531: Evangelism Today

This course deals with the biblical principles and modern techniques of effective evangelism. It examines some of the underlying causes of success or failure with a positive emphasis on how God is working through His people today. Examples from many different countries show how basic methods can be used in a great variety of ways. The Bible teaching on sin and salvation is given as an essential part of training in how to share the message. The course shows the student how to apply modern principles of communications and of church growth to evangelism. Methods of both
personal and mass evangelism are presented.