ONLINE CLASS SCHEDULE
SPRING 2021: TERM A
March 22 – May 2
Practical Pastoral Theology (TH201)
This course will cover the fundamental basics of the Christian faith and ministry and the foundation of a man or woman of God, while examining the absolute necessity of faith, vision, calling, and anointing in the last days. Special emphasis will also be given to ethics and etiquette.
Intro to Hermeneutics: How to Study the Bible (PH403)
A study of the methods of biblical interpretation; this course teaches the student the principles of rightly dividing the Word of Truth.
Bible History: How We Got the Bible (TH301)
This course examines evidences that validate the divine origin and revelation of the Bible, its authenticity, inspiration, canonicity, and inerrancy.
Biblical Hermeneutics (PH503)
This course is designed to help equip students and ministers with the tools to increase their skill in interpreting, teaching, and preaching the Word of God. The objective of the course is to prepare men and women who are faithful to the biblical text in their interpretation and ministry.
Bibliology: The Origin of Scripture (TH531)
Bibliology: The study will inform students of the historicity and accuracy of the Scriptures, which should reinforce the confidence we place in the Bible.
DOCTORAL COURSES (Special 12 Week Session)
Ecclesiology (PH604) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
This course examines the theology of the nature, function, and structures of the church. Topics include the Biblical foundation and structure of the Church, models of the Church, and the historical development of the ecclesial life
Pneumatology: Doctrine of the Holy Spirit (TH712) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
Pneumatology: The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. A study of the nature and ministry of the Holy Spirit, including the person, works, and gifts of the Spirit.
SPRING 2021: TERM B
April 12 – May 23
A Study of the Book of Hebrews (BS103)
This in-depth exposition 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. The study explores the types and shadows of the Old Testament, which reveal the reality of Christ in the New Covenant. God’s plan of salvation will become more clear and meaningful, and our faith made strong.
The Wind of the Spirit (TH426)
This course will seek to closely examine the spiritual climate within the contemporary church, in light of both Scripture and early church practice. Particular attention will be given to the relationship of the Holy Spirit residing within the believer, which produces deep intimacy and communion with God, as well as effective witness, thereby impacting the world in a spiritual and dynamic way.
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.
Effectual Theology (TH526)
This course will encourage participants to prayerfully and intentionally engage the subject of spiritual renewal, both personally and in ministry. Emphasis will be placed on the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the believer, as effective witnesses unto Christ (Acts 1:8).
SPRING 2021: TERM C
May 3 – June 13
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.
Prayer: Times of Refreshing (LD410)
This course will examine the compassionate and prophetic nature of intercessory prayer. Special attention will be given to the nature and necessity of intercession, with emphasis on the example of Jesus.
Introduction to Christian Counseling (CC205)
This course provides an introduction to the basic principles and techniques of Biblical counseling and its application to the ministry of Christian workers.
Spiritual Renewal: Intercessory Prayer (LD510)
This course will examine the nature of intercessory prayer, encouraging students to discover and develop a strong and a disciplined prayer life. Upon completion, students should have a Biblical and practical theology of prayer, which will enhance the ability to effectively minister unto the Lord and the body of Christ in intercession.
Concepts of Christian Counseling (CC515)
An introduction to the ministry of Bible-based Christian counseling, this course will examine basic Biblical foundations for effective Christian ministry.
SPRING 2021: TERM D
May 24 – July 4
A Study of James (BS106)
James is one of the most direct and practical writers of the New Testament, providing a valuable understanding of the problems facing many of the early Jewish believers. This detailed and in-depth study will explore the background, purpose, and practical application of this powerful and interesting book, and will leave the student with a renewed faith in our Lord.
Attributes of God (TH438) *NEW ONLINE COURSE*
The Study of God: This course will examine the nature and existence of God, with particular emphasis on the attributes of God.
This course will explore the realm of the supernatural, including the origin, purpose, and ministry of angels. The 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 Splendor of His Majesty (TH538) *NEW ONLINE COURSE*
Theology Proper: A study of the nature and existence of God. With particular emphasis on the attributes of God, this course will help students develop a deeper knowledge of God, which should lead to strong faith and a fulfilling relationship with Him.