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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151 - Basic English

Good communication skills are important in our ministries. This course is designed to be a review of essential concepts of English sentence structure, grammar, and spelling.

All incoming students will be given an English proficiency exam. Students exhibiting weaknesses in English skills will be required to take Basic English.
(0 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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