Salt Lake Bible College (Video)


These are all required Core Courses except Practical Christian Ministry.

If you have not taken the Tutorial before, please
click on this link to the TUTORIAL.
If you have taken it before,
DO NOT take it again!

The Tutorial will guide you
through all of the procedures
you need to follow for taking
 free courses from us to earn
your degree.            Doc Van

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The following general instructions are
applicable to all courses unless
superceded by instructions in
a particular course.
Variances will be plainly marked
on the course main page.


- MONITORING ONLY (not for credit toward a degree)
If you are Monitoring Only, that is, not for credit toward a degree, then DO NOT submit any further forms on this page or any other.  The only exception is when you need Passwords for tests.  You may submit the forms to retrieve them.  However, when you take those tests enter no credit instead of your name in the User Name field of the tests.  Ignore the rest of the instructions on this page and continue scrolling down the page until you reach the list of courses.  You may pick and choose any courses that you want to study.

Please read and follow ALL of the instructions on this page.  Failure to follow instructions may result in disallowance of coursework and disallowance of tests resulting in a loss of credits.
    Make sure that your Administrative/Production Fee is up to date before taking courses for credit toward a degree.  The link to that form is on the website
HOME page.

- Email address -
You must use the email address submitted on your Application form on all forms and tests.  If you change your email or want to use a second email address, then please submit a Change Of Email form.

If you are taking classes for credit, please submit Begin Sign In form when you begin each course and then submit a Finish Sign In form when you finish the entire course.  Without those forms you cannot receive credit for the course.

1. This link is to a COURSE RECORD FORM that you can download in your preferred format.  Close that window to return here when you are finished downloading the form.  Download and keep a copy of that form for every course that you are going to take.  Record all pertinent course information in the appropriate blanks provided on that form.  You will need that information when you submit future forms and password requests and it will also help you stay on schedule.  You can print a copy to use externally or you can download the copy in one of the word-processor formats and use it internally in your computer.  Either way, make sure you keep it up-to-date with all information as you progress through the course.
2. Students are also required to report their grades for verification to the Administrative Office every 6 months.  This is accomplished by means of the Transcript and Grades Form.
  To access the form click this link,  TRANSCRIPT and GRADES FORM Your computer will ask you to specify where the form download is to be saved.  Specify somewhere you will be able to easily find it.
To access an instruction video explaining use of the form, click HERE and scroll down to the video entitled
How to Use the Transcript and Grades Template.  Update that form every time you start a course and every time you pass a quiz/test.
ATTENTION: Be sure to submit a copy of the form to the college every six (6) months to keep your Academic File current.  Keep updating the same form and add the new information to it and send a copy of it to the college. Do not use a different form each time.


In general, credits are figured according to the following schedule.  One credit being awarded per one-quarter course, two per semester, six per year.  This general schedule of one credit per quarter course may be superceded by specific credit awards stated on individual course pages.

  These may be superceded by specific instructions given on the course main page.


        Make sure you read and submit the TESTING INSTRUCTION AGREEMENT if you have not already done so.  Only one (1) Testing Instruction form is required per student.  If you do not submit a Testing Instructions form you will not be able to correctly fill out the information page of the tests.  And without a Testing Instructions form in your file your tests will be disallowed and they will not be credited to you.

Attendance/study/testing requirements.

          Most courses require 1 session of class attendance per lesson and some may require 2 or more per lesson.  The course main page will always list the attendance requirement for the entire course and also will give the attendance requirement per lesson.  Make a note of that attendance information on your COURSE RECORD FORM for the course because you will need it later.



Practical Christian Ministry   
   If you are actively involved in a ministry in your local Church on a regular basis, then you are eligible for 1 credit per quarter (6 credits per year) for practical Christian ministry.  This course is a Local Church course and can only be taken if you are member serving in a local Church.  If you are not an active member of a local Church then obviously you cannot be actively involved in a ministry of a local Church and, therefore, you are not eligible to take this course and you are exempted from taking it.
  There are no textbooks or videos for this course.  It is a practical service course for which you can receive up to 6 credits per year.
  The requirement is that you submit quarterly report forms.

Critical Thinking    

    To carry out the command given to us in the Great Commission we must teach the students/members to critically analyze their beliefs using the Bible as the standard of judgment of right and wrong, truth and falsity. We will begin carrying out that responsibility by teaching Critical Thinking methods so the disciples can learn the truths that God has given to them, their reasons from the Bible for believing each of those truths, and how to logically defend those truths against falsity and the purveyors of false teachings.  (3 credits)


This class is designed to teach the basics, the essential starting point, for the Christian life.  (1 credit)



    What is baptism?  Where did it come from?  Who was it given to?  Who has the authority to administer it?  What does it accomplish?  These and other questions will be addressed in this course.

Old Testament Survey 

    A bare-bones survey of the Old Testament.  (4 credits)

New Testament Survey

    A bare-bones survey of the New Testament.  (4 credits)


Addresses the question, "Why do the righteous suffer?"  (5 credits)


   Basic Typing and Sentence Formatting

  In this course you will learn the basics of touch-typing and sentence formatting.  In order to do this you will learn and practice typing skills on a free downloadable program named TypeFaster.  As you progress you will practice speed and accuracy.  First while looking at the keyboard and then, later, without looking at the keyboard.  You will also learn some basic sentence formatting such as capitalization, proper use of case, and punctuation.  (4 credits)
NOTE:  There are no video lectures in this course.

Discipleship - Personal Growth Seminar 

This course will cover the basics of Discipleship as commanded in the Great Commission beginning in Matthew 28:18.  (1 credit)