003 - Christian Service

Christian Service is not a class, but an opportunity to serve and to verbally communicate the Word of God to people in the community. Students are required to select a ministry under the guidance of the Christian Service Department. Second-semester freshmen work closely with upperclassmen and a faculty supervisor in a ministry where they gain experience and develop leadership skills.

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068 - CBI Handbell Choir

This English handbell group offers a fun musical experience for both new and skilled ringers. Basic ringing skill are learned during the first semester. The handbell choir performs as a separate ministry group both at the school and in local churches. It also performs in conjunction with the CBI Singers. The second semester is open only to those students who can commit to traveling with the choir during the spring and summer ministries.
(1 credit hour)

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069 - CBI Singers

The CBI Singers is Cornerstone's vocal performing group, which ministers both at the school and in churches locally and throughout the nation. The first semester is open to all qualified students; the second semester is open only to those students who sang in the group the first semester and who can commit themselves to traveling with the CBI Singers during its spring and summer ministries.
(1 credit hour)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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352 - Cults

This is an examination of the history and doctrines of the major cult groups which claim to be Christian. Consideration is given to Romanism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormonism, Seventh Day Adventism, Christian Science, and "New Age" philosophies, with instruction for proper use of Scripture in refuting the teachings of such groups.
(3 credit hours)

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