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HI-202 - Church History I
with Rev. Goodwin
This course continues the study begun in Church History. The conclusions of this study will serve as reinforcement that the Church will triumph.
- The Holy Bible (KJV preferred)
- Perspective from Church History by James P. Eckman
HI-401 Biblical Geography I
with Rev. Capers
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
TH101 Beyond Reasonable Doubt
with Rev. Griffin
This course is an introduction to the study of apologetics, it takes a step-by-step approach through the well-documented evidence and helps you reach a verdict that could change your life.
EM 341 Homiletics I
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