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Class Offerings Fall 2020


BI047

The Love of God

Dig deep into the love of God and relate God’s love to the brokenness of a fallen world. Show the value, importance, and power of love towards one another and to the world around us.

October 26th – December 7th
Register by October 19th
1 Credit Course

BI255

Meta-Narrative

Trace the major plot-line of the Bible. Discover the ways in which the major Biblical events relate to tell one overarching story and see your place within the plan of God.

October 26th – December 7th
Register by October 19th
1 Credit Course

Class Offerings Spring 2021


BI167

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.

January 18th – February 22nd
Register by January 11th
3 Credit Course

BI122

Hermeneutics

Learn to study the Bible in-depth for yourself. This course provides a hands-on approach to interpreting God’s Word that emphasizes the history, culture, and literary context of a given passage. By learning what the passage meant to its original audience, you will be able to draw the timeless principles that are relevant today. 

January 18th – February 22nd
Register by January 11th
3 Credit Course

MN278

Public Speaking

Study and practice the major principles and techniques of public speaking. 

January 18th – February 22nd
Register by January 11th
1 Credit Course

BI255

Meta-Narrative

Trace the major plot-line of the Bible. Discover the ways in which the major Biblical events relate to tell one overarching story and see your place within the plan of God. 

January 18th – February 22nd
Register by January 11th
1 Credit Course

TH125

Bibliology

Study the origin and development of God’s Word including revelation, inspiration, canonicity, authority, and translations. These topics are approached with an awareness of current attacks on the reliability of Scripture.

January 18th – February 22nd
Register by January 11th
1 Credit Course

MI273

Intro to Cross-Cultural Church Planting

Experience cross-cultural church planting out of Ethnos360’s WAYUMI course. Differences in worldview, language, culture and customs are all topics you will cover. The overarching goal of this course is to emphasize God’s plan for the world as well as the believer’s privilege to engage with Him in the Great Commission and glorify Him among the nations.

January 18th – February 22nd
Register by January 11th
1 Credit Course

BI194

Gospels

Encounter the person and work of Christ, His deity and humanity, as seen in the four Gospel accounts. The Gospels are studied from a chronological perspective of Christ’s life, harmonizing the four accounts together.

February 22nd – March 29th
Register by February 13th
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. 

February 22nd – March 29th
Register by February 13th
2 Credit Course

BI195

Acts

Trace the victorious spread of the Gospel from Jerusalem, Judea/Samaria, to the ends of the earth. You will grasp the significance of the events that God used to bring about this movement and recorded in the book of Acts.

April 5th – May 10th
Register by March 28th
2 Credit Course

MI173

Bible Basis of Missions

Study the purpose for missions, God’s global plan for the redemption of mankind, and the means by which this plan is accomplished. You will be challenged to see missions not as task that must be undertaken but rather as a privilege to partner with God in reaching the world. 

April 5th – May 10th
Register by March 28th
1 Credit Course

BI163

Wisdom Literature

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.

April 5th – May 10th
Register by March 28th
2 Credit Course

BI101

Biblical Foundations

Experience a chronological overview of the whole Scripture story. The course calls attention to significant themes found through the Bible that lay a firm foundation for understanding the gospel of God’s grace.

April 5th – May 10th
Register by March 28th
1 Credit Course

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