Non-Traditional and Graduate
Pentateuch (Genesis through Deuteronomy)
32 weeks, 8 credit hours
An in-depth study of the first five
books of the Bible from creation to the wilderness wandering
of the Jews.
History of Israel (Joshua through Esther) 32 weeks, 8 credit
A study of Old Testament history
from the life of Joshua through the united and divided
kingdoms, to the carrying away into captivity in Babylon.
Wisdom Literature (Job through Song of
Solomon) 32 weeks, 8 credit hours
A thoughtful look at the wisdom
of God in Old Testament times. A soul-enriching study.
OT Prophets (Major and minor prophets)
32 weeks, 8 credit hours
The prophets tell a three-part story
of the destruction of Jerusalem, their captivity in Babylon,
and the return and rebuilding of the new Jerusalem. Though
God was forced to discipline his people harshly, still they were
to be purified and restored in the end.
Life of Christ, 32 weeks, 8 credit hours
An examination of the events and
teachings of the life of Christ from his birth to his resurrection
Acts, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
An exciting journey through the
documented history of the rise and spread of New Testament
Romans, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
A chapter-by-chapter analysis of
one of the most important books in the NT canon. The
basic doctrines of Christianity are set forth here, as well
as rich teaching for everyday Christian living.
1 Corinthians, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
The Corinthian churches were in
an environment much like we find in America today. This is a
practical study of church problems with Holy Spirit given solutions.
2 Corinthians, Galatians, 16 weeks, 4
While the first Corinthian letter
admonished the church about many Spiritual problems,
the second letter acknowledges their repentance, and encourages
them on to Christian maturity. Galatians defines the proper
relationship between the Law of Moses and grace.
Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 16
weeks, 4 credit hours
Letters of Paul to New Testament
churches covering a wide range of subjects: God's great
``mystery'' story, positive Spiritual attitudes, and the Gospel
compared to world philosophies.
1 & 2 Thessalonians, Philemon, James,
16 weeks, 4 credit hours
Paul's letter to the Thessalonian
church about the resurrection, a plea to Philemon for
mercy for a young slave who had been converted, and James,
the New Testament book of wisdom.
1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, 16 weeks, 4
Paul's letters to young preachers
with instruction concerning their ministries, and the
churches to whom they preach.
Hebrews, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
The Jewish churches of Palestine
were in danger of drifting back into Judaism because
of great external pressure. Hebrews points out the vast superiority
of Christianity over Judaism.
1 & 2 Peter; 1, 2, 3 John, Jude, 16
weeks, 4 credit hours
Peter shows how to meet sufferings
in the Christian life and be victorious, and how to grow
in the grace and knowledge of the Lord. The letters of John
teach us to love each other as God loved us.
Revelation, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
An exciting study of the figures
and symbols of Revelation, with an emphasis on their similarity
in style and meaning to the Old Testament prophets. Clear
insights into the opening of the seven seals, the mark of the
beast, the 144,000, Armageddon, the harlot, Babylon, and a host
of other figures. Once the mind is stretched with these concepts,
one's studies will never be the same again.
Biblical Introduction, 32 weeks, 8 credit
All about the Bible - where it came
from, its inspiration, formation of the canon, translations.
Christian Education, 16 weeks, 4 credit
Creative Bible teaching, teaching
children, Bible school curriculum, Daily Vacation Bible
Christian Evidences, 16 weeks, 4 credit
We live in a world of unbelief.
This exciting class shows why we believe in God and creation.
Every student needs to have his own faith strengthened, and learn
ways to convince others about the reality of God more effectively.
Church History, 32 weeks, 8 credit hours
This course traces the church from
its beginning in the first century, through the rise
of the Roman Catholic Church, the Protestant reformation,
and down to the restoration of New Testament Christianity today.
Congregational development, 16 weeks,
4 credit hours
Improving congregational worship,
church money management, congregational administration,
developing Christian maturity and leadership within the church,
encouraging proper growth attitudes.
Counseling, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
A class in the techniques and skills
needed to increase success in counseling the many types
of problems troubling the congregation.
Denominational doctrines, 16 weeks, 4
An examination of such doctrines
as Faith only, Predestination, Eternal security, etc.
in the light of the scriptures.
Fundamental Bible doctrines, 16 weeks,
A study of the basic doctrines of
the faith: God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, sin, salvation,
atonement, Christ's incarnation, resurrection, kingdom, second
Hermeneutics, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
II Pet. 3:16 speaks of those who
"wrest the Scriptures to their own damnation.'' This is
a course of study in the scientific approach to the understanding
of Biblical writings. This is a must for every Christian
History and doctrines of cults, 16 weeks,
4 credit hours
The origin and teachings of the
various cults: Jehovah Witnesses, Mormons, etc.
Homiletics, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
A class to develop skills in sermon
preparation and delivery.
Men's personal development, 16 weeks,
Christian manhood, personal money
management, the minister's relationship to his family,
developing leadership qualities, proper nutrition for energy
and health, etc.
New Testament church, 16 weeks, 4 credit
What the Bible teaches about the
church, and of necessity, the contrast between the New
Testament church and denominationalism.
Pastoral ministries, 32 weeks, 8 credit
Christian counselling, Weddings
funerals and other special occasions, journalism publication
and the media, political action, the church office, etc.
Personal evangelism, 16 weeks, 4 hours
How to lead people to Christ, witness
training, Jule Miller film strips, etc.
Public evangelism, 16 weeks, 4 hours
Holding meetings in other churches,
Hosting special meetings, Planning youth rallies, youth
camps, retreats, Church bus ministry.
Women's personal development and ministries,
16 weeks, 4 hours
Christian womanhood, personal finances,
proper nutrition, housekeeping, raising children, and
other subjects that bring success and fulfillment to the
Women's ministries, 32 weeks, 8 hours
The woman's role and ministry in
the church, the preacher's wife, counseling women, church
office management, public speaking, etc.
World missions, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
A study of the world's major religions,
and methods of taking the gospel to them.
First Year Biblical Greek, 32 weeks, 8
The New Testament was originally
written in Greek. This course furnishes a basic knowledge
of the structure and vocabulary of the language, and enables
the student to use lexicons and commentaries for classand sermon
Advanced Greek, 16 weeks, 4 credit hours
A class in translation of the Greek
New Testament, and development of skills in making one's
own commentary on the Bible. It is a soul-enriching experience,
and furnishes study tools for continuing spiritual growth
Practical English, 16 weeks, 4 credit
This is a basic course in English,
so necessary for the student who will be preparing written
assignments, and for a future where our specialty lies
in communicating the gospel through the English language.