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WINTER 2023: TERM A

January 2 – February 12

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Great Bible Doctrines (BS102)
The principles of the faith will be examined in this course as we examine in depth the major doctrines of the Bible. Essential doctrines such as the doctrine of God, the Scriptures, the finished work of Christ, the Holy Spirit, eschatology, and many more will be studied in detail.

Grace & Law (TH307) 
A Study 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.

Bible History: How We Got the Bible (TH301)
Bibliology: This course examines evidences that validate the divine origin and revelation of the Bible, its authenticity, inspiration, canonicity, and inerrancy.

MASTERS COURSES

Exposition of the Letter to the Galatians (TH517)
Grace & Law: 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 (Galatians 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.

Bibliology: The Origin of Scripture (TH531)
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: January 2 - March 23)

Advanced Apologetics (PH702) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
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.

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 t he Holy Spirit, including the person, works, and gifts of the Spirit.


WINTER 2023: TERM B

January 16 – February 26

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 ministry of the Holy Spirit today.

Major Prophets II: Ezekiel & Daniel (BS402)  (No prerequisite)
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

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.

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.


WINTER 2023: TERM C

January 30 – March 12

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

Old Testament Survey (BS203)
An examination of each book of the Old Testament from Genesis to Malachi.  The date, authorship, purpose, and history behind each book will be discussed, and particular attention given to the writings of the prophets.

Marriage & Family II (PM301) (No prerequisite)
This course will include a practical, in-depth study of Biblical guidelines for the relationship between the husband and wife. Upon completion, students should better understand God’s design for the intimate relationship within marriage and its effect upon establishing a healthy Christian home.

Tabernacle & Priesthood (TH409)
This course will cover the structure and symbolism of Israel’s tabernacle and the priesthood. Special emphasis will be given to Old Testament types and shadows and their New Testament reality and meaning, providing a vivid revelation of Christ and his finished work.

MASTERS COURSES

Biblical Dynamics of Marriage (PM517)
This course will include a practical, in-depth study of biblical guidelines for relationships between husbands and wives.

Introduction to Typology (TH509)
This course will cover the structure and symbolism of Israel’s tabernacle and the priesthood.  Special emphasis will be given to Old Testament types and shadows and their New Testament reality and meaning, providing a vivid revelation of Christ and his finished work.


WINTER 2023: TERM D

February 13 – March 26

ASSOCIATE-BACHELOR COURSES

The Pentateuch: Genesis - Deuteronomy (BS107)
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.

Things to Come: A Study of End Times Prophecy (TH443) **NEW COURSE**
A Study of Eschatology: This course will examine the things to come regarding the signs of the times and the present age, the rapture of the church, the antichrist, the tribulation, the second coming of Christ, the millennial kingdom, the final judgment, the new heavens and earth, etc.

MASTERS COURSES

Theology of Man (TH503)
The Doctrine of Man:  This course will examine the doctrine of man; his origin, nature, purpose, and destiny. Particular attention will be given to the fall of man and salvation through the finished work of Christ.

A Study of End Times Prophecy (TH543)  **NEW COURSE**
This course will focus on key eschatological events presented in Scripture with the intention of assisting the student in formulating a theology of the end times. Upon completion, students should have a good knowledge of biblical prophecy and an informed understanding of the signs of the end times, which should produce great hope and encouragement in the faith.