We believe that the world makes more sense when we have a right view of God and the world. Learn about RZIM.
In the midst of social distancing restrictions and city lockdowns, we're offering an exclusive RZIM Academy Short Course: nine lectures featuring some of our best course content, guided moderation, and global student discussion. It’s on sale now for $9.99, but this special ends April 11.
Whether you are an experienced RZIM Academy learner, or just want to find out for yourself why so many people have participated in our training, this course has tremendous value.
Once you register, you will have immediate access to all nine lectures. This self-paced approach makes the RZIM Academy Short Course different from other courses we offer, but we wanted to make it possible for you to watch the lectures at your own speed. Registration in this Short Course also includes access to our amazing discussion community where you can interact with other students from all over the world.
We’re also offering special discounts on future courses to anyone who completes the Short Course. Sign up today!
REGISTER HERE: You can register for this course anytime March 20-April 11, 2020. To sign up, click here. (New users will need to create a user account first.)
Core Module Lecture 1.1 Why Jesus? - Ravi Zacharias
Core Module Lecture 3.1 Worldview as a Concept - Andy Bannister
Why Suffering? Lecture 6.1 - The Christian Call to those who Suffer – Naomi Zacharias
Engaging the Modern World Lecture 8.2 – Pluralism – Vince Vitale
Core Module Lecture 5.2: The Ontological Root of the Gospel – Michael Ramsden
Doctrine Lecture 3.1: God as Divine Community –The Doctrine of the Trinity –Christian Hofreiter
What Does It Mean To Be Human? Lecture 9.3: Identity and Intimacy – Sam Allberry
What Does It Mean To Be Human? Lecture 6.1: Beauty – Jo Vitale
Bible Elective Lecture 6.2: Messianic prophesy and Hope - Dan Paterson
Lecturers: Ravi, Andy Bannister, Naomi Zacharias, Vince Vitale, Michael Ramsden, Christian Hofreiter, Sam Allberry, Jo Vitale, and Dan Paterson.