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ON-CAMPUS CLASS SCHEDULE

SUMMER 2021

July 5 - September 19

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TUESDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Historical Books: Joshua/Judges/Ruth (BS406)

A survey of the historical books of the Bible from Joshua to Ruth, this course will examine the writer, the date and time of each writing, theme and purpose of each book, as well as providing an understanding and general overview of each book.


TUESDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Life of Christ I (BS105)

A study of the life and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ as seen in the Gospels. Particular emphasis will be given to the Old Testament Messianic prophecies of Christ Jesus.


TUESDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Exploring the Supernatural  (TH103)

We will explore the realm of the supernatural as we learn 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.

The Major Prophets II (BS402) (No  prerequisite required)

A study of the historical and prophetic writings of Ezekiel and Daniel.  This study will examine the writer, the theme and purpose of the writings, as well as the methods of ministry.

MASTERS COURSES

Angelology (TH535)

An exploration 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.


TUESDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Counseling and the Search for Meaning (CC202)

Theory mixed with practical examples, directions and biblical conclusions. The course is provided in short, easy to comprehend chapters that cover most situations a counselor will encounter when helping a person who is searching for meaning in life.

Stand Firm: A Study of I-III John/Jude (BS307) **New Course**

A study of I-III John and Jude.  Emphasis will be upon the background and purpose of each book, as well as the practical aspect of each. The study will examine the problems these letters seek to correct, encouraging believers to stand firm in faith.

MASTERS COURSES

Exposition of the Epistles of John and Jude (BS527) **New Course**

A detailed and in-depth study of the Epistles of John and Jude. 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.


THURSDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Biblical Philosophy of Ministry (PH304)

Using Scriptural mandate and historical ecclesiastical example, this course will examine the Biblical nature and fundamentals of spiritual renewal. With emphasis on personal spiritual renewal, the Christian leader will be challenged to provide effective leadership for spiritual reform and renewal within the body of Christ.

MASTERS COURSES

Biblical Philosophy of Ministry (PH504)

Using Scriptural mandate and historical ecclesiastical example, this course will examine the Biblical nature and fundamentals of spiritual renewal. With emphasis on personal spiritual renewal, the Christian leader will be challenged to provide effective leadership for spiritual reform and renewal within the body of Christ.


THURSDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Theology I: A Study of God  (TH304)

A study of the divine nature, character, and attributes of God, this course will provide a deeper understanding of, and an enhanced faith in God.


THURSDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR

Counseling In Times of Crisis (CC207)

The dynamics and Scriptural view of crisis is presented by the authors -- one a pastor, the other a professional counselor.  The student will learn how to better understand the issues in a crisis situation as well as the principles that can help one face a crisis.

God’s Plan For Man (TH303)

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 (TH515)

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 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Dynamics of the Holy Spirit (TH101)

Pneumatology: A biblical examination of the person, work, gifts, and ministry of the Holy Spirit. Special emphasis is placed on the gifts, fruit, and baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Ministry Ethics and Etiquette (PM305)

This course will study and establish effective guidelines for ministry, examining ministerial ethics and etiquette.  Special emphasis will be given to the minister’s personal and public life.

MASTERS COURSES

Ministerial Ethics (PM515)

This course will provide an examination of Biblical guidelines regarding ethics, integrity, and accountability in one’s life and ministry relationships.