Diploma of Divinity – Level II is designed to prepare you for ministry. Students in this class learn about the major world religions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, and others. Paul’s and the other Epistle letters to the churches guides us into how the church should be structured, function and grow. Also featured at this level is The Book of Revelation and all the end-time events.

Note: You must complete all of Diploma of divinity level 1 in order to do this Level.


Available courses




The course studies the Apostle Paul's letters which were referred to as "Epistles" These letters were addressed to several local churches in certain areas of the Roman empire. 



Psalms include One hundred and Fifty chapters containing spiritual songs and poems with the predominant themes being prayer and praise.

This course described as the Pentateuch is the study of the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. 
This course highlights doctrinal and non-doctrinal customs and religions and their teachings whether true or heresy.
  • Teacher: Stephen Mendoza

The study of the book of revelation highlights the visions of John the Divine as he was exiled on the island of Patmos. It is described in chapter 1 as "The Revelation of Jesus Christ"



This course highlights the life and times of Daniel a devout servant of God at the time when the Jews were held captive in Babylon. This book can be described as both historic and prophetic.
  • Teacher: Lionel Sampson
General letters is the study of the books of Hebrews, James, 1 & 2 Peter , 1, 2, 3 John and Jude.

The study of the Major and Minor Prophets. Why Major and Minor? The Major Prophets are described as “major” because their books are longer while the "minor" prophets' books are shorter. 

The study of the history of the early church

Taken from the book Ministerial Ethics by Dag Heward Mills. This course is a guide to the principled practice of your calling.

Taken from the book Invitation to Biblical Preaching by Donald Sunukjian, you will learn the entire process of preparing and delivering biblical messages popularly called sermons.

The study of the structure and symbolism of the Tabernacle of God built by Moses and the Israelites after leaving Egypt.