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ON-CAMPUS/LIVE INTERACTIVE REMOTE CLASS SCHEDULE

WINTER 2024

January 8 - March 28

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TUESDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Comparative Religions (PH401) - lm

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.

MASTERS COURSES

World Religions (PH501) - lm

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

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Pentateuch: Genesis-Deuteronomy (BS107) - ls

A study of the first five books of the Bible.  A special emphasis will be given to creation, the seed of Christ, and the covenant.  This study will provide a good understanding of the plan of God for man.


TUESDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

A Study of The Book of Hebrews (BS103) - cw

This in-depth study of one of the most powerful epistles in the Bible will reveal much about our relationship with God as we discover just who is Christ our Great High Priest.  You’ll find this book to be fascinating as we understand the types and shadows of the Old Testament and reveal the reality of Christ in the New Covenant.

American Church History (TH403) - ls

An exploration of the history, growth, and development of the church in America from the first American colony to the present day. Special emphasis will be given to American Puritanism, great revivals and movements during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

MASTERS COURSES

A History of the American Church (TH503) - ls

An exploration of the history, growth, and development of the church in America. Upon completion, participants should have an increased understanding of the broad traditions represented in the history of the church in America as well as an awareness of the passion and faith of many of the personalities and leaders.


TUESDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Introductory English (CE310) - jj

A review of the fundamentals of English with an emphasis upon grammar, sentence structure, usage, punctuation, and basic writing skills.  This course is designed to improve communication skills, enabling the Christian to more effectively communicate the gospel of Christ. 

The Fear of God: Beginning of Wisdom (TH360) - cw  **New Course**

The Scriptures declare that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy is understanding (Proverbs 9:10). A proper comprehension and respect of God is the fountain of life (Proverbs 14:27) from which deep relationship with God is established and all of His marvelous blessings and graces flow. Upon completion of this study, students should have a deeper understanding of the sovereign majesty of God and a profound appreciation and respect of the Holy.

MASTERS COURSES

English Grammar (CE510) - jj

A review of the fundamentals of English with an emphasis upon grammar, sentence structure, usage, punctuation, and basic writing skills.  This course is designed to improve communication skills, enabling the Christian to more effectively communicate the gospel of Christ. 

The Fear of God: Wisdom 101 (TH560) - cw  **New Course**

The Scriptures declare that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy is understanding (Proverbs 9:10). A proper comprehension and respect of God is the fountain of life (Proverbs 14:27) from which deep relationship with God is established and all of His marvelous blessings and graces flow. Upon completion of this study, students should have a deeper understanding of the sovereign majesty of God and a profound appreciation and respect of the Holy.


THURSDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

God's Plan for Man (TH303) - cw

Anthropology: This course will examine and outline in detail God’s plan for man, beginning with the creation, the development and fall of man, as well as God’s detailed plan for man’s restoration. This course will provide an overview of God’s eternal plan for the ages concerning man and the earth.

MASTERS COURSES

Dispensationalism: God's Plan of the Ages (TH513) - cw

This course will provide a systematic study of the metanarrative of Scripture, examining God’s redemptive plan for man from a dispensational perspective. The ability to discern the various ages and dispensations perform a very important role in understanding the overall plan of God for the earth and man.


THURSDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Gospels (BS306) - lb

With a focus on the Gospel of John, this course will provide a chronological overview of the life of Christ and a comparison of each of the four New Testament Gospels.

MASTERS COURSES

A Study of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (BS506) - lb

This course will examine the context of each of the four Gospels, including the historical background and period in which they were written. It will also examine the modern scholarship that is offered concerning the Gospels. Upon completion, students should be better equipped to accurately interpret the Gospels and apply the teachings to his/her own life and ministry.


THURSDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR

Christ in the Seven Feasts (TH417) - cw

Typology: The feasts of Israel vividly present the prophetic promise of the restoration of all things in their ultimate fulfillment in Jesus Christ under the New Covenant. In types and shadows God orchestrated His complete plan of man’s redemption.

Apologetics: Defending the Faith (PH412) - tn  

This course focuses on developing the student's ability to analyze and critique non-theistic arguments and challenges to the Christian faith and to formulate consistent Christian apologetic responses to them through Biblical research, analysis, and interpretation.

MASTERS COURSES

The Typology of the Feasts (TH537) - cw

This course will provide an exploration of the seven Feasts of the Lord (Leviticus 23:1-44) and their fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Emphasis will be given to Old Testament types and shadows and their New Testament fulfillment. 

Apologetics (PH502) - tn  

This course focuses on developing the student's ability to analyze and critique non-theistic arguments and challenges to the Christian faith and to formulate consistent Christian apologetic responses to them through Biblical research, analysis, and interpretation.


THURSDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Fundamentals of Prayer (TH339) - tn

This course will discuss prayer fundamentals as it relates to four critical areas: at-home daily prayer, the church at prayer, intercessory prayer and prayer evangelism.

Exploring the Supernatural (TH103) - cw

Angelology: An exploration of the realm of the supernatural, including the origin, purpose, and ministry of angels. This study will also reveal the fall of angels, who is the devil, where did the demons come from, and the battle that rages today in the spirit-world. 

MASTERS COURSES

The Essentials of Prayer (TH539) - tn

This course will discuss the essentials of prayer relating to four critical areas: at-home daily prayer, the church at prayer, intercessory prayer and prayer evangelism.

Angelology (TH595) - cw

A study of the origin, purpose, and ministry of angels. This study will also reveal the fall of angels, who is the devil, where did the demons come from, and the battle that rages today in the spirit-world. 

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INSTRUCTOR CODE: ls-Summey, lb-Bell, jt-Taylor, jj-Jessup, lm-Myers, tn-Nelson, cg-Goode, kb-Brown, ww-Watts, ja-Abernathy, ga-Adkins, ac-Cuthrell, mh-Hayes, cw-Wood,