Spring Term Classes

BIB 103 Old Testament Survey III (2 Credits)
A survey of the Biblical books of Job through Ecclesiastes, with emphasis upon the message, major themes, structure, and distinctive features of these books. Students will use interpretational methods to evaluate Old Testament theology and its influence on their New Testament understanding.
(Thursdays, 10:10am-12:00pm)

BIB 106 Book of Romans (2 Credits)
An expositional study through the book of Romans, emphasizing the central themes of the love and grace of God, His sovereignty, the finished work of Jesus Christ, depravity of man, justification by faith, sanctification through unity with Christ, and life in the Holy Spirit.
(Tuesday 10:10-12)

BIB 109 New Testament General Letters (2 Credits)
An expositional and survey study of the General Epistles, keying in on the message, structure, and distinctive features of each letter. Special emphasis will be given to issues of ministry in contexts of physical and doctrinal adversity.
(Thursdays, 8:00am-10:00am)

CE 130 Biblical Leadership (2 Credits)
This course studying critical lessons and principles of biblical leadership, taken from Scripture and applied to current day ministry.
(Fridays, 8:00am-10:00am)

TH 113 Christian Theology III (4 Credits)
A survey of Christian theology, emphasizing a systematic approach to studying the essential teachings of the Christian faith as revealed in the Christian Scriptures. Specifically, this course focuses on the doctrines of: the Bible and God. Note: This course is split up over two days.
(Tuesday & Wednesday, 8:00am-9:50am)

Part Time Spring Application