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SPRING 2023: TERM A
April 3 – May 14
The Pauline Epistles (BS202)
A study of the Letters of Paul. 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.
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.
Philosophy of Ministry (PH304)
This course will encourage participants to engage in a deeper exploration and expansion of their own spiritual life and walk with God. We will explore Biblical guidelines for leadership and the importance of being led by the Spirit and walking in close fellowship with God and others.
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.
Biblical Philosophy of Ministry (PH504)
This course will examine the relationship between the kingdom of God and the church. Using both Scripture and history, emphasis will be placed on ministry remaining both Biblically and practically true to its calling.
DOCTORAL COURSES (Special 12 Week Session)
Practical Theology (TH604) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
This course will cover the fundamental basics of the Christian faith and its practical application to the believer.
Systematic Theology (TH603) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
An examination of the doctrines of Bibliology, Theology Proper, Christology, Soteriology, Pneumatology, Angelology, and Eschatology.
SPRING 2023: TERM B
April 17 – May 28
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 Ezra, Nehemiah, & Esther (BS405)
This course will discover the sovereign providence of God at work in the lives of the returning exiles. We will examine both the lives of Ezra and Nehemiah, as they labor relentlessly in the rebuilding of the temple and the walls of Jerusalem, and then in the spiritual renewal of the people of God. Upon completion, students should have a better understanding and grasp of the context and themes of the Old Testament books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther.
A Study of Romans (BS504)
An analytical and expositional study of the book of Romans. Special emphasis will be placed upon the historical content of the book, its purpose and doctrinal themes, as well as its practical application in the lives of believers todayAn analytical and expositional study of the book of Romans. Special emphasis will be placed upon the historical content of the book, its purpose and doctrinal themes, as well as its practical application in the lives of believers today.
Historical Books II (BS505)
This course will examine the writer, the date and time of the writing, and the theme and purpose of the books of Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther.
SPRING 2023: TERM C
May 1 – June 11
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.
Contemporary Issues (PM403)
This course will examine many of the contemporary issues facing the world today. Such issues as euthanasia, abortion, divorce and remarriage, etc. will be discussed. This course will assist the student in understanding these issues and provide biblical answers in addressing them.
Be Encouraged: I-II Thessalonians (BS462)
A detailed and in-depth study of the books of I and II Thessalonians. 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.
Christian Values and Ethics (PM513)
A study of Christian ethics from a biblical perspective. This course examines many of the complex moral and ethical issues facing the world today, providing Scriptural answers for ministry in a post-modern age.
Exposition of I-II Thessalonians (BS562)
This study will provide an expositional study of the Letters to the Thessalonians. These letters, along with the Revelation, are the premier eschatological letters of the New Testament. Upon completion of this course, the student should have a better understanding of the theme, purpose, and message of Paul’s letters to the church at Thessalonica.
SPRING 2023: TERM D
May 15 – June 25
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.
Principles of Christian Character (PM304)
All qualities of the fruit of the Spirit compose a unity, and should be evident in the life of each believer. Spiritual fruit is not merely produced by the human nature, but by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23; 2 Peter 1:3-4). This course will provide a good understanding of the fruit of the Spirit and a genuine appreciation for the joy and blessing of living a Sprit-led life.
Reformation Theology (TH516)
A study of the theology of major reformers such as Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and Arminius, which shaped current theological thought and belief; this course will enhance the student’s understanding and knowledge of foundational theology.
The Fruit of the Spirit (PM514)
A detailed and in-depth study of the fruit of the Spirit, which places emphasis upon the importance of the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer, personal commitment and the importance of living a Spirit-led life. The character of a true believer is examined.