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Below are the courses that are made available for general registration. Only select courses are offered on-line, and will be indicated with the course description below. Most of these courses are offered for college credit or can be audited. Click on each title for more details about each course.
Some modular courses are open to students in Grade 11 & 12 and can receive dual credit (read lower).
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Go to our course descriptions page to read the syllabus for any of these courses.
- Dave Brunn and his wife, Nancy, spent more than twenty years in Papua New Guinea (1980-2001) where they served the local people through church planting, literacy training, and Bible translation.
- Dave has served as an international Bible translation consultant since 1989, assisting translation teams in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the South Pacific.
- Dave is the author of One Bible, Many Versions: Are All Translations Created Equal? (IVP Academic 2013). This book has endorsements from D.A. Carson and Darrell L. Bock, among others.
Dates: January 4-12, 2024
Class Times: 8:30am - 12:20pm
Credit Fees: $975
Audit Fees: $200 (Alumni get one free class to audit per year!)
Available on campus (for credit or audit) and online (audit-only)
Register by December 22, 2023
This course is designed to give the average Bible reader a crystal-clear window into the incredibly complex process of Bible translation from the perspective of a career Bible translator with 40 years of translation experience. The course will consist of lectures and breakout group activities. The primary focus of the lectures will not be abstract, philosophical translation theory, but rather hundreds of compelling examples from various English Bible versions and from other languages. The breakout group activities will give the students a practical, step-by-step overview of the translation process and allow them to experience some of the challenges faced by Bible translators all around the world.
The Big Question
What does it mean to translate the Holy Word of God faithfully and accurately?
Registration & Fee Payment
e-transfers can be sent to: email@example.com.
Please be sure to indicate who you are paying for, and for which class.
If the above payment option is not possible for you, please contact the college to make other arrangements (888-862-5095).
Payment must be received before the first day of class.
Are you in Grade 11 or 12 and want to get College credit?
Those courses noted above that are open to students who are in grade 11 & 12 may be available for dual credit - both for high school credit as well as toward credits for a degree at Nipawin Bible College. Please check with NBC and your High School or Home-Based Educational Program on how to transfer the credits from NBC.