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October 2 - November 12


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.

Major Prophets I: Isaiah & Jeremiah (BS303) 
A study of the historical and prophetic writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Lamentations.  This study will examine the writer, the theme, and purpose of the writings, as well as their methods of ministry.

Theology of the Reformers (TH416)
An examination of the theology and teachings of the leaders of the Reformation, which helped formulate Protestant theology and doctrine. Upon completion, students should have a better understanding and grasp of the major theological strands coming out of the time of the Reformation which continue to have an influence on the Church today.


A Study of Isaiah & Jeremiah (BS513)
This course will examine the writer, the date and time of the writing, and the theme and purpose of the books of Isaiah & Jeremiah.

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.

DOCTORAL COURSES (Special 12 Week Session)

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.

Historical Theology (TH704) ***DOCTORAL COURSE: 12 Week Session***
This course examines critically the major theological developments of history, such as the canon of scripture, the doctrine of the Trinity, the person and work of Christ, the doctrine of the church, the doctrine of grace, etc.


October 16 - November 26


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.

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.


Prevailing Prayer & Worship (LD512)
Worship is crucial in effectual prayer because it implies absolute surrender and submission to God and His will. With emphasis on the essential relationship of worship to prayer, students should experience both a deeper knowledge of prayer and a renewed interest and commitment to God and His kingdom purpose.

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.


October 30 - December 10


The Pastoral Epistles: 1-2 Timothy, Titus (BS201)
This study of the Pastoral Epistles will provide an understanding of New Testament leadership and church government. Particular attention will be given to the 5-fold ministry, and their relationship and calling to the body of Christ.

Biblical Principles of Leadership II (PM302)
An in-depth and direct study of the principles of Biblical leadership as revealed in the Word of God. Special emphasis will be placed on the character and integrity of a leader in the body of Christ, as well as guidelines for personal growth and development.

Victorious Grace: A Study of 2 Corinthians (BS408)
The key word in Second Corinthians is comfort or consolation, thus, this study will demonstrate the victorious grace of God, and provide a message of hope for all believers. Upon completion, the student should have a good comprehension of the theme, purpose, and message of the letter, as well a renewed appreciation for the life and mission of the Apostle Paul.


Biblical Leadership (PM512)
This course will explore Biblical guidelines for leadership and the qualifications of spiritual leaders. Special emphasis will be placed upon the importance of being led by the Spirit and walking in close fellowship with God.

Exposition of 2 Corinthians (BS508)
This course will provide an expositional study of the second letter to the Corinthians. Emphasis will be given to the background and purpose of the letter, as well as its contemporary practical application.


November 13 - December 24


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.

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 God, and an enhanced faith in Him.


Apologetics (PH502)
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.

Theology Proper (TH514)
This course will address what the Scriptures teach about God, providing a strong theological context into which the practice of one’s faith exists.