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517 Discipleship

This course Is designed to stimulate a student's understanding of true Christian discipleship as taught by our Lord Jesus Christ. These principles are expected to direct his life and heart towards God's glory.

503 Bible Study Methods

A course designed to teach the student how to Independently study the Bible. Among the methods taught are the Inductive, synthetic, analytical, topical and historical.

502 Hermeneutics

(Interpreting the Bible). A systematic study of how to properly interpret the Bible. This course deals with the various principles of Interpretation enabling the student to rightly divide (explain) the Word of God.

435 The Book of the Revelation II

A continuation covering chapters 12 through 22.

Prerequisite: #434 (RevelatIon I)

434 The Book of the Revelation I

An analytical approach to the ministry of Christ Jesus as He intercedes for us in heaven. Also examined are the major periods of future earth history, an in-depth look at the tribulation period, the second advent of Christ Jesus and the consummation. Chapters 1 through 11.

Prerequisite: Two semesters of Doctrine I, II or Ill.

433 The Acts of the Apostles

The analytical development of the early church by the Holy Spirit. Our early church history is reviewed in Its many dimensions to provide better direction for our ministries of the present.

431 First Corinthians

Studies (in outline form) the background and some particular matters of importance necessary for clearer understanding and application in our day.

333 The Epistle to the Romans

An analytical study of Christian doctrine as presented by the Apostle Paul. Emphasis is placed on applying its doctrinal content to our daily lifestyles.

314 Doctrine III

A systematic study of the doctrines of the Christian Church, the Dispensations and Future Events. The pre-millennial and pre-tribulational position will be given careful attention as the true biblical teaching.

212 Doctrine II

A systematic study of the doctrine of man, sin, salvation, the Holy Spirit and angels. This course is designed to give a thorough grasp of these doctrines.

211 Doctrine I

A systematic study of the doctrines of the Scriptures, God and the person and work of Jesus Christ. It is designed to provide a thorough grasp of these major doctrines In order to enhance the teaching, preaching and maturity of each student.

202 New Testament Survey II

An airplane view of the books from Romans to Revelation.

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