ON-CAMPUS CLASS SCHEDULE

SPRING 2021

April 5 - June 24

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TUESDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Dynamics of Discipleship Training (CE309)
Discipleship is vital to the life of the church. This course is designed by Christian education leaders to train the church to carry out the great commission.


TUESDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Basic Theology (TH302)
This course provides an introduction to systematic theology. The course is designed to familiarize the student with the broad spectrum of the study of theology, thus various topics will be considered such as the living God, angels, demons, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, eschatology, etc.


TUESDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Pentateuch (BS107)
A survey of the first five books of the Bible. A special emphasis will be given to creation, the fall, the redemptive plan, and the covenant. This study will provide a true understanding of the plan of God for man.

Grace & Law (TH307)
Exposition of Galatians. The message of justification by faith has often been misunderstood and distorted by those who possess an incorrect understanding of Scripture, or an alternate agenda (Gal. 1:9). Upon completion of this course, students should have a good understanding of the Scriptural doctrine of justification by faith and an awareness of the challenges facing the believer today.

MASTERS COURSES

A Study of Galatians (TH527)
A Scriptural examination of the letter to the Galatians. This course will contrast grace and law, and seek to enhance the student’s understanding and knowledge of what is meant by salvation by grace through faith in Christ.


TUESDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

A Study of I-II Thessalonians: Be Encouraged (BS462)
A study and exposition of I-II Thessalonians. Using a literal approach to Scripture, this course will examine the prophetic and eschatological events as presented in I-II Thessalonians.

Understanding the Functional/Dysfunctional Family (CC302)
Once a student understands the unique relationship between a parent and a child, it helps him/her to understand all unique relationships. This course provides insight into the parent-child relationship with regards to each individual’s temperament from a Christian perspective.

MASTERS COURSES

Exposition of I-II Thessalonians
This course will provide a detailed and in-depth exposition of I-II Thessalonians. The study will examine the writer, the date and time, and the theme and purpose of each book, as well as its practical application today. Special emphasis will be given to the eschatological nature of the letters.


THURSDAY 12 NOON

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Christ in the Seven Feasts (TH417)
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.

MASTERS COURSES

The Typology of the Feasts (TH537)
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.


THURSDAY 4:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Gospels (BS306)
As we study in detail the gospel of John, we will seek to provide a chronological overview of the life of Christ, and a comparison of each of the four gospels in the New Testament.


THURSDAY 6:00 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR

The Pauline Epistles (BS202)
A study of Paul’s epistles. Emphasis will be upon the background and purpose of each book, as well as the practical aspect of each. This study will examine the problems these epistles seek to correct, examining the methods used and how each book applies to us today.

Foundations in Pastoral Ministry (PM426)
This course is an overview of the theological and practical foundations of pastoral ministry. Attention is given in this course to the shepherd-servant nature of pastoral ministry, the qualifications of a Christian minister, and the various services, ordinances, and practices performed by a Christian minister in the pastoral role.

MASTERS COURSES

Practical Pastoral Ministry (PM526)
This course is an overview of the theological and practical foundations of pastoral ministry. Attention is given in this course to the shepherd-servant nature of pastoral ministry, the qualifications of a Christian minister, and the various services, ordinances, and practices performed by a Christian minister in the pastoral role.


THURSDAY 7:30 PM

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Old Testament Survey (BS203)
An examination of each book of the Old Testament, beginning with the pre-adamic age through the close of the prophets. The date, authorship, purpose, and history behind each book will be discussed. Designed to give an understanding of each book close attention is paid to the prophets.

Pastoral Ministry (PM418)
Shepherdology: An exploration of the biblical and theological shepherding perspective will provide students with an understanding of the heart and nature of pastoral ministry and help equip for the specific functions of ministry and leadership within the body of Christ.

MASTERS COURSES

Pastoral Theology (PM518)
Biblical Poimenics. This study will examine pastoral theology and provide an understanding of the gift and call of God to Christian ministry.  Particular attention will be given to the biblical and theological understanding of the nature and purpose of Christian ministry within the broader context of the nature and mission of the Church.