ON-CAMPUS CLASS SCHEDULE
January 4 - March 25
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TUESDAY 12 NOON
Comparative Religions (PH401)
An exploration of some of the various religions of the world, including pseudo-Christian cults, the occult and mystical religions, and other religions not related to Christianity. Discussion will include certain key teachings of each religion discussed, as well as the particular strategies and methods used in appeal, solicitation, and recruitment.
World Religions (PH501)
This study will provide a brief introduction to the various religious beliefs held by many around the world, providing a basis for Christian believers to better know how to defend their faith and to witness truth to the lost.
TUESDAY 4:30 PM
Church History (TH104)
An exploration of the history of the Christian church. Discussion will include the early development of the church, great revivals and movements, and many important historical events as pertaining to the church.
TUESDAY 6:00 PM
Life of Christ II (BS302)
Christology: A study of the life and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ as seen in the Gospels. Particular emphasis will be given to the person and work of Jesus Christ, his incarnation, death, burial, resurrection and present day ministry.
A Study of Hebrews (BS103)
This in-depth study of one of the most powerful letters in the Bible will reveal much about our relationship with God as we discover Jesus Christ our Great High Priest.
TUESDAY 7:30 PM
Daniel and Things to Come
An study of the the Book of Daniel. Using a literal approach to Scripture, this course will examine the prophetic and eschatological events as presented in the books of Daniel and Revelation.
Creation Therapy: The Human Temperament
This course covers material on causes and resolution of relationship conflicts; the secrets of human behavior and how God’s plan works when understood and applied; and a successful method of Christian counseling those who turn to the Scriptures for help.
Exposition of the Book of Daniel
An expositional and eschatological study of the Book of Daniel, examining the major events of the life and ministry of Daniel. Special emphasis will be given to key prophecies and their end-time significance.
THURSDAY 12 NOON
Abiding in the Spirit (LD350)
This course will examine the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the believer, which Christ promised to all believers (John 14:16). Emphasis will be given to the significance of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and a deep abiding fellowship with God..
Living in the Spirit (LD550)
It is as the believer abides in Christ that the Holy Spirit resides within, close personal fellowship and intimacy with Christ is experienced, and anointed leadership occurs. This course will encourage students to seek to know the Holy Spirit and to enjoy His indwelling presence.
THURSDAY 4:30 PM
Poetry and Wisdom Literature (BS401)
An introduction and exploration of the poetic and wisdom books of the Old Testament. The books of Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Psalms, Proverbs, and Job were written in a very unique style. This course will study the writers, the theme and purpose of the writings, and their practical application today.
TUESDAY 6:00 PM
New Testament Survey (BS101)
A study covering the time from the close of the Old Testament through the Revelation. This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of the background of the New Testament, surveying content as well as the historical setting of each book of the New Testament.
Pauline Ministry (TH411)
A study of the philosophy, purpose, and ministry of the Apostle Paul. Special emphasis will be given to his life and intensive mission work.
Paul’s Missionary Journeys (TH501)
A detailed and in-depth exploration of Paul’s missionary journeys; this course will examine the philosophy, purpose, and vision of the Apostle Paul as he, under divine direction, carried the gospel to the world.
THURSDAY 7:30 PM
Marriage & Family I (PM102)
A practical and in-depth study of biblical guidelines concerning marriage and the family. Upon completion, participants should have an understanding of marriage as ordained by God, as well as positive guidelines for developing a happy and successful Christian home.
A Study of I & II Corinthians (BS305)
This course will provide a detailed and in-depth exposition of I Corinthians and an overview of II Corinthians. This study will examine the writer, the date and time, and the theme and purpose of each book, as well as its practical application today.
Exposition of I & II Corinthians (BS505)
The letters to the Corinthians contain some of the most revealing and challenging writings of the Apostle Paul. This course will examine the theme, purpose, and message of Paul’s letters to the church at Corinth.