About the IIIM Reformed Seminary Curriculum
Most pastors in the world have no theological education and no way to obtain one. Third Millennium Ministries is working to meet this global need by creating and distributing a high-quality, multimedia seminary curriculum in the major languages of underprivileged nations: English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), and Russian. IIIM Reformed Seminary uses the multimedia seminary curriculum produced by Third Millennium Ministries to make seminary education available to Evangelical Christians in their own lands, in their own languages, for free.
This curriculum is currently used by a wide variety of seminaries, Bible colleges, churches, mission organizations and other institutions in: North, Central and South America; Europe; Asia; Africa; the Middle East; and Australia.
Third Millennium Ministries is creating their masters-level instruction in three stages, corresponding to a 27-credit certificate curriculum (currently available), a 54-credit M.A. curriculum (to be completed in 2017), and a 67.5-credit M.Div. academic core curriculum.
Every lesson is approved by Third Millennium Ministries' Faculty Board of Approval, which consists of Ph.D.s and Th.D.s with expertise in the fields covered by our curriculum. All our featured teachers are seminary professors from accredited seminaries. Each of our teachers, staff members and ARB members is a committed Evangelical Christian.
IIIM Reformed Seminary is a publisher, not an educational institution. We do not conduct courses with students, and we do not offer degrees.
Courses by Topic:
- Introduction to Theological Studies
- Basic Christian Doctrine
- Intermediate Christian Doctrine
- Introduction to the Old Testament
- Kingdom, Covenants & Canon of the Old Testament (2 credits)
- Introduction to the New Testament
- Kingdom & Covenant in the New Testament (2 credits)
- Gospels & Acts
- Pauline Epistles
- General Epistles
- He Gave Us Scripture: Foundations of Interpretation (3 credits)
- He Gave Us Prophets (1.5 credits)
- Biblical Ethics
- Making Biblical Decisions (4 credits)