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Spring 2022


BI122

Old Testament History

This course will cover the material of each of the OT historical books (Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther) in a detailed overview.  
The character of God and His goals for human history will be in focus throughout the course.

January 10th – February 28th
Register by December 27th
3 Credit Course

BI163

Introduction to Wisdom Books

This course is an exposition of 1st and 2nd Survey the wisdom literature books in the Old Testament: Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job, and Song of Solomon.  A foundation is laid for your future personal study of these books, emphasizing genre and interpretation, as well as the timeless wisdom and truths for modern living contained in each of these books.

January 10th – February 28th
Register by December 27th
2 Credit Course

MI252

Missions in Church History

Explore the history of the church with special attention to the topic of missions and the spread of the Gospel throughout church history. This course will examine time periods, significant persons, major obstacles to the efforts of the church, and how those obstacles were overcome. Finally, students will explore modern Missions movements that are impacting the world for Christ today.

January 10th – February 28th
Register by December 27th
1 Credit Course

BI232

Galatians

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to understand how the book
of Galatians fits into the Pauline Epistles dispensationally. The student will be able 
to understand the principles that underline legalism within the Church as well as the
doctrine of grace and walking in the Spirit and flesh.

January 10th – February 28th
Register by December 27th
1 Credit Course

BI239

Prison Epistles

Through exegetical and expositional methodology, the four books commonly called Paul’s “prison epistles” (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon) will be systematically studied.  Special attention will be given to the most important themes of each book.

January 10th – February 28th
Register by December 27th
3 Credit Course

EV140

Creation & Evolution

This course is a discussion of Biblical creationism as described in Genesis chapters one through three alongside the worldview of Darwinian evolution. We will consider God’s intervention and design as the reasonable source of life and of mankind. In doing this we will discuss many aspects of biology and related subjects which clearly depend upon information which only God can provide.

January 10th – February 28th
Register by December 27th
1 Credit Course

BI130

Prophets

This course is a survey of major themes in the Old Testament Prophets. The Prophets are considered in light of their context in Israel’s history. This course concentrates on the concepts of God’s punishment, promised restoration, and how the coming of Messiah relates to these concepts.

March 7th – April 25th
Register by February 21st
3 Credit Course

TH190

Theology II

This course is a systematic study of the doctrines of the Trinity. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are each studied from information gathered systematically from the Bible. 

March 7th – April 25th
Register by February 21st
2 Credit Course

BI298

General Epistles

Details coming soon

March 7th – April 25th
Register by February 21st
3 Credit Course

BI235

Hebrews

The purpose of this course is to present an overview of Hebrews as to its purposes, doctrines, outline, and audience.  The course will contrast the superiority of Jesus Christ to the worship system of the Old Testament Jews, while focusing on the relevancy of the book to the church and believer’s walk of faith.

March 7th – April 25th
Register by February 21st
2 Credit Course

BI130

Psalms

 This course provides an introduction to the study of the Psalms by exploring factors in interpretation (Hebrew poetry, types of parallelism, Biblical imagery), identifying the major features of each type of Psalm (e.g. wisdom, imprecatory, Royal, etc.), and providing an exposition of at least one Psalm from each type of Psalm.   

March 7th – April 25th
Register by February 21st
3 Credit Course

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