111 - Old Testament Survey/ Historical Books

This is a book-by-book overview of the entire Old Testament. The books are considered in their historical and chronological perspective, with  special attention given to a thorough study of the historical books.
(3 credit hours)


112 - New Testament Survey

A brief overview of intertestamental history is given to help the student relate the Old Testament with the New Testament. New Testament books are surveyed regarding content.
(3 credit hours)


113 - Bible Doctrine I

These two courses (113 & 114) provide a solid foundation in the major doctrinal areas of historic Christianity.
(3 credit hours)

114 - Bible Doctrine II

These two courses (113 & 114) provide a solid foundation in the major doctrinal areas of historic Christianity.
(3 credit hours)


115 - Genesis

Creation, the fall of man, the beginning of nations, and the development of Israel as a nation are among the major topics studied in the book of Genesis.
(3 credit hours)


116 - Hermeneutics

This is a study of the principles of correct interpretation to assure proper understanding of truth. Several methods are taught which are designed to help the student learn to study the Word of God and to aid in developing ministry skills.
(2 credit hours)


117 - Gospel of John

This book is centered on the eternal, incarnate Son of God. Each chapter bears witness to His person and to His work in the redemption of man.
(2 credit hours)


118 - The Acts of the Apostles

A study of the development of the early Church as recorded in the book of Acts, highlighting the transition from the dispensation of Law to the Church age.
(2 credit hours)


211 - God and His Word

We begin our Theology series by looking at Bibliology. Next comes a deep study of the Person of God: His Person, nature, attributes, and the Trinity.
(3 credit hours)


212 - Christ, the Holy Spirit and Angels

Particular emphasis is placed on the Lord Jesus Christ and His deity, incarnation, death, burial, resurrection and ascension. We look closely at the deity of the Holy Spirit and His ministries. Next comes the origin of angelic beings, their existence, and work.
(3 credit hours)


213 Exodus-Deuteronomy

This course is a study of Exodus through Deuteronomy with emphasis on God's dealings with His people Israel from their bondage in Egypt to the giving of the Law at Mt. Sinai and instructions concerning the Tabernacle and offerings. Lessons from Israel's experiences are applied to the Christian life.
(2 credit hours)


214 - Poetic Books / Minor Prophets

This applied study of the Old Testament poets and prophets enriches our awareness of the presence and activity of the Spirit of the Lord Jesus Christ in preparing us for His coming and for His second coming. While the poets minister to our emotional and spiritual needs, the minor prophets will deepen our awareness of the consequences which result from unforsaken sin.
(2 credit hours)


215 - Romans

Here is a practical study of this most important New Testament book. A proper grasp of Romans is essential for a victorious Christian life.
(3 credit hours)


216 - Galatians

This course teaches the purpose of the law, the distinction between law and grace, the doctrine of justification by faith, and the power of the Holy Spirit to produce fruit in the life of the believer.
(2 credit hours)


217 - Pastoral Epistles

The qualifications and responsibilities of church leaders as well as the principles of church order are clearly set forth in I & II Timothy and Titus.
(2 credit hours)


218 - Epistles of James and Jude

The book of James deals with the practical aspects of Christian living, and how a living faith is manifest in the daily experiences of life. Jude issues a challenge to believers to contend for the faith in these days of religious apostasy.
(2 credit hours)


310 - Revelation

Emphasis is placed on a premillennial and pretribulational interpretation of this book which consummates Christ's message to us.
(2 credit hours)


311 - Man, Sin, and Salvation

We thoroughly handle the creation of man, his nature, and fall. Full consideration then centers upon the saving ministry of the Triune God, embracing grace, election, repentance, faith, regeneration, and identification with our Lord Jesus Christ.
(3 credit hours)


312 - The Church and Future Things

The one true Church is observed in its universal and local aspects, along with its manifestation, organization, offices, government, ordinances, etc. Following is a thorough handling of eschatology, covering the truths of the second coming of Christ and its related events such as the rapture, tribulation, judgments, resurrection, the millennium, and the end stages of God's dealings with man.
(3 credit hours)


313 - Major Prophets

Prophecy is more than pre-written history. Through these writers, God affirmed again His own character and the nature of His covenant with His people. The prophets thundered the judgments of God against wickedness and breathed tenderness of His mercy for those who repented of their sins. More importantly, these books unveil the past, present and future plans and program of our Messiah.
(2 credit hours)


314 - Ephesians

This key New Testament book provides practical training in the relationship of Christ, the Head of the Church, with His body.
(2 credit hours)


315 - I & II Corinthians

The church in Corinth, enriched in every way through their position in Christ, was also a church plagued with various problems and trials. In this study, God's principles and God's answers to these problems are set forth; submission and obedience result in victory.
(3 credit hours)


316 - I and II Thessalonians

While careful attention is given to important analytical issues in these two books, the main thrust of this class is to provide a pastoral model for teaching and preaching by examining the Apostle Paul in action. Students will be exposed to major Biblical doctrines in a context that is understandable for new believers and yet challenging for experienced students of God's Word.
(2 credit hours)


317 - Hebrews

This study of the epistle to the Hebrews is designed to set forth the superiority of Jesus Christ to all that is presented by God in the Old Testament Levitical system (Tabernacle, Priesthood, and Offerings).
(3 credit hours)


318 - Epistles of Peter and John

This course presents an analysis of the epistles of Peter and John. It includes an overview of the biographical material in Scripture concerning these authors and then a detailed study of their writings.
(2 credit hours)