by Nicole Hackett, Student Public Relations Writer
Cedarville University’s third class in its Bible minor program, Theology I, is now available online without charge through the Bible Minor Project. The course is taught by Dr. Jeremy Kimble, associate professor of theology, and it can be viewed at cedarville.edu/Bibleminorproject.
“I believe this course will be of benefit to the broader church because we are all called to be theologians,” said Kimble. “We are all called to think rightly about God and how all of life is related to him. If this course pushes people toward those ends, that will be a success.”
Prior to this release, Cedarville released Old Testament Literature taught by Dr. Chris Miller and Theology II, also taught by Kimble, which are also available to watch for free at
— Jeremy Kimble
Cedarville’s Bible minor consists of five classes: The Bible and the Gospel, Old Testament Literature, New Testament Literature, Theology I and Theology II. Every undergraduate at Cedarville earns a Bible minor.
Theology I covers the doctrines of revelation, both general and special, God, creation, humanity and sin.
“Theology I is often the first exposure students have to thinking theologically in a formal sense,” explained Kimble. “In this course, we get to engage with what Scripture is, the greatness of our glorious God, and how we are to live in light of his presence as humans who have been marred by the stain of sin.”
Located in southwest Ohio, Cedarville University is an accredited, Christ-centered, Baptist institution with an enrollment of 4,380 undergraduate, graduate and online students in more than 150 areas of study. Founded in 1887, Cedarville is recognized nationally for its authentic Christian community, rigorous academic programs, including its
Master of Divinity program, strong graduation and retention rates, accredited professional and health science offerings and high student engagement ranking. For more information about Cedarville University, visit