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HI505 - Christianity, Cults, Religion
with Dr. Ruby Thomas
Christianity, Cults, Religion
TH300 Fundamental Theology I
with Dr. Gilmore
CE501 - Worship and Praise
with Detrius Jones
The objective of this course is to teach the conditions under which God’s presence draws near to us. For we see God’s presence is conditional. He doesn’t come simply because we want Him to. He comes when the conditions are right. Only as we maintain the conditions that He has ordained for His coming can we hope to know the joy of living in His presence on a daily, moment-by-moment basis.
EM341 - Homiletics I
with Dr. Isaac
The purpose of this course is to present a definition and discussion of each of the principal types of sermons (i.e. topical, textual and expository). Also, to deal with the mechanics of sermon construction, considering homiletical structure, the title, the introduction, the proposition, the divisions, the discussion, the use of illustrations, the application and the conclusion.
- On the Preparation & Delivery of Sermons by John Broadus
- How to Prepare Bible Messages by James Braga
EN401 - Intro to Thesis Writing
with Rev. Lancaster
Introduction to Thesis Writing
TH301 - Fundamental Theology II
with Dr. Gilmore
This course continues with an in depth discussion on the study of God, His existence and attributes, and His work in predestination, preservation, and providence. Also reviews the study of Christ, His preexistence, death, incarnation, humanity, death, and atonement.
Prerequisites: TH301 - Fundamental Theology I
- Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide To Understanding Biblical Truth by Charles Ryrie
TH303 - Hermeneutics I
with Dr. Tarver
Hermenuetics I, Interpreting the Holy Scriptures, is the science of principles regarding interpretation, and applying these principles to understant what God meant by what He said in His written Word. In every aspect of interpreting Scriptures the process will involve Canonology, Historical Critism, Texual Critism, Hermeneutics, Exegesis, and Biblical Theology.
EM301 - Ministerial Ethics
with Dr. Ford-Grant
Discussion how a minister whether man or woman should always act as a gentlemen and lady. This course teaches social protocol and Christian ethic. Discussions of the Black Church policies and procedures will take place. A caring thought for others is the essence of ministerial ethics and etiquette.