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$100
Calendar Jan 22, 2021 at 8 am

BL-201 New Testament Greek I

$200

with Min. Samuel

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 9 am

This class goes deeper into the Koine Greek language with an emphasis on translating Greek to English. After a brief review of the fundamentals of the Greek language, such as Alphabet, vowels and diphthongs, verbs, 1st and 2nd Declension nouns, adjectives, and pronouns, we will proceed further with various cases, using translation exercises in the textbook to solidify the students understanding of the subject material covered. The second semester will focus heavily on translations, mainly from the textbook and Greek New Testament.

At the conclusion of this class the student will have a very good understanding of the Greek language, will be able to identify Greek Words by sight (no matter what the endings may be), define Greek Words with very little use of a Greek Lexicon, and will be able to translate selected passages of scripture from the Greek New Testament.

 

Textbook(s):

  • Key Word Study Bible (KJV) AMG Publishers
  • New Testament Greek Intermediate – From Morphology to Translation by Gerald L. Stevens
  • Thayers Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Joseph H. Thayer
  • The Greek New Testament – Fourth Revised Edition by Aland, Karavidoupoulos, Martin, and Metzger

 

CE-101 – Christian Ethics

$100

with Elder Barbara Galloway

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 9 am

There is a difference between "ethics" and "morals." Ethics do not change. Morals reflect the changing whims of culture. For the Christian, ethics must be rooted in the absolutes revealed in God's Word to inform and nurture our moral conduct. In the postmodern era, Christians must learn to think biblically and identify how we relate to culture.

Textbooks:

 

TH404 Soteriology

$200

with Rev. Goodwin

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 9 am

Soteriology, the doctrine of salvation, is one of the grandest themes in the Scriptures. It embraces all of time as well as eternity past and future.  It relates in one way or and New Testaments.  It is personal, national, and cosmic.  And it centers on the greatest Person, our Lord Jesus Christ.

BI 204 – New Testament Survey II

$100

with Rev. Farmer

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 6 pm

This course continues the journey began in past 1 of unfolding the New Testament for the student. Emphasis is placed on the Epistles of Paul and the Books of Peter, Jude, and John.

Textbooks:

  • The Holy Bible (KJV preferred)
  • New Testament Survey by Walter M. Dunnett

 

EN-501 Intro to Thesis Writing

$200

with Rev. Lancaster

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 6 pm

Intor to Thesis Writing

HI-202 - Church History I

$100

with Rev. Goodwin

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 6 pm

This course continues the study begun in Church History. The conclusions of this study will serve as reinforcement that the Church will triumph.

Textbooks:

  • The Holy Bible (KJV preferred)
  • Perspective from Church History by James P. Eckman

 

HI-401 Biblical Geography I

$100

with Rev. Capers

Calendar Feb 1, 2021 at 6 pm

In this course, with the help of reproductive maps and charts, the student will be able to visualize and discuss events, places, and people in both the Old and New Testaments.  The student will have visual surveys and timelines of the Bible that help put major biblical events, books, and characters into context.

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS/COURSE MATERIAL

The Holy Bible – any version (Preferred both KJV and NIV)Nelson’s Complete “Book of Bible Maps & Charts” (Primary Text Book)Possible additional textbook

 





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