KEDS is excited to share a new initiative for the Knowing Your Bible programme.
Knowing Your Bible Together is aimed at people wishing to study the KYB course with others. The format is ideal for bible study groups, men’s and women’s meetings, teen classes, and even groups of friends who wish to develop their biblical knowledge collectively. There are many benefits to studying in a group, including watching or listening to lectures together, informal discussion about course content and theological topics, proofreading each other’s work, and also being an encouragement to one another. Each group will go through modules such as The World and Theology of the NT and Biblical Interpretation and Genre simultaneously, therefore, sharing the journey of studies together.
Each group must have a minimum of 5 people to activate the KYB Together discount of £150 per person for all 8 modules. Currently, the total cost of the course is £318 (After a 20% discount if all 8 modules are purchased at once). KYB Together, therefore, offers a further 50% discount when all 8 modules are purchased as part of a group of students!
Apply with your cohort today and receive this great deal on our Knowing Your Bible course!
“Sharing in Biblical Knowledge, Engaging in Biblical Interpretation”
We are pleased to announce Rubén Gómez as a new tutor with KEDS.
Rubén is an author and Spanish translator with expertise in Jewish studies, supersessionism, and Israel. KEDS is committed to developing the Jewish Christian Studies programme and maintaining quality and informative modules on Israel and Jewish studies at undergraduate and MA levels. Therefore, Rubén is a great addition to the team moving forward.
Rubén received a Diploma in Theology from Elim Bible College and is a former MA student with KEDS. As a former student, Rubén is familiar with the ethos and vision of KEDS. Please join us in welcoming him and wish him all the best in his time with KEDS.
We are pleased to announce that Anthony Royle has been appointed as Senior Tutor and BTh programme lead at KEDS.
Anthony is a former KEDS student, completing the BTh (2014) and MA (2017) programmes, and has been a tutor with the school since 2015. He has been part of the KEDS community for almost 15 years and is familiar with the school’s vision and ethos. KEDS faculty and students will recognise Anthony for his work and involvement over these years. Anthony is due to complete his doctoral studies at the University of Glasgow this month and offers expertise in ancient biblical interpretation and manuscript studies.
As the new BTh programme lead, Anthony will be involved in communicating with undergraduate students and guiding them through their studies. He will also be involved in pastoral issues as a senior tutor and will be a point of contact for students. Anthony continues to be involved in marking assignments and supervising BTh and MA dissertations.
Anthony says: “I am excited to be the new BTh programme lead, and I look forward to the work ahead. KEDS is a great place for faculty and students, and I believe the school has a wonderful future. I am privileged to be a part of that.”
KEDS has just launched a new website with details about the school and its various courses.
The new site is a total revamp of the previous version and is much more mobile-friendly for a range of devices. Please take a look and view the programmes on offer. We are currently preparing for a new academic year and taking applications for a September start.
All programmes are available online, without any attendance requirements, and range from short courses in Bible and theoliogy through to full Bachelor's and Master's degree courses, with a strong focus on biblical interpretation. These studies offer the flexibility of distance learning and fees are highly competitive.