We have created a learning methodology that is amazingly new, yet profoundly ancient.
Our Learning Management System (LMS) features the most ancient of biblical knowledge delivered with cutting-edge technology.
Our academic programs deliver our learning experience with flexibility that focuses on and accommodates your student needs.
Our academic programs and delivery methods give you the flexibility to be as intuitive in your learning process as you can imagine.
Our virtual classroom, our biblical and theological courses, and our delivery system are Hebraic—and biblical—through and through.
Our virtual classroom gives you the tools you need to learn in your own home or office, making academics incredibly inexpensive.
Our intellectual honesty and spiritual integrity provide you with a theologically sound and historically accurate learning experience.
HCC currently offers a variety of courses that are foundational to a continually emerging Curriculum Outline that , when completed, will feature hundreds of wide-ranging courses that are essential to understanding the Hebrew foundations of the Christian faith.
At HCC, we offer various degree programs, including Associate’s Degrees, Bachelor’s Degrees, Master’s Degrees, and Doctoral Degrees.
At HCC, applying for admission and registering for courses are student friendly, making it easy for you to initiate your new academic experience.
At HCC, we have assembled a world-class faculty that features scholars from wide ranging denominational backgrounds and varying academic disciplines.
The HCC Curriculum is a continually unfolding project that currently offers a variety of courses as part of a developing course outline that features plans for a wide range of subject matter covered in more than one hundred courses.
This is the first of a two-part series that focuses on the Jewishness of Jesus, as this might be better understood with reference to Jesus’ Jewish cultural context and historical and theological background.
This is the second of a two-part series that focuses on the Jewishness of Jesus, as this might be better understood with reference to Jesus’ Jewish cultural context and historical and theological background. In addition, this series documents the humanity of Jesus as a Jew in a Jewish family and a Jewish community, establishes Jesus’ Hebraic worldview and mindset, and analyzes the Hebraic nature of Jesus’ fundamental teachings and practices.
This course provides an opportunity to view 44 half-hour lectures by Dr. Wilson on “Christianity’s Hebraic Heritage.” It additionally includes the testimony of Dr. (hon.) Sonia Schreiber Weitz of blessed memory concerning her experiences as a survivor of five Nazi concentration camps.
This course discusses the theological foundations of our Hebraic heritage, and Jewish teachings on personal expressions of godliness.