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BI204 - New Testament Survey II

$100

with Rev. Goodwin

Calendar Sep 19, 2022 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

 

CE501 - Worship and Praise

$150

with Detrius Jones

Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 6 pm

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.

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EM401 - Advanced Homiletics

$250
Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 6 pm

This course is designed to give a full and practical examination of the choice to lead to five possible sermon structures:  DECLARATIVE,PRAGMATIC, NARRATIVE,VISIONARY and INTEGRATIVE, and to engage in the mechanics of a proven hermeneutical methodology that leads to an inductive examination of a text to be preached. Engage in the mechanics of a homiletical methodology that leads to exposing the text in such a way that it can be embraced and lived by listeners.

Textbook (s):

  • Holy Bible (Any Version)
  • Privilege the Text! A theological Hermeneutic For Preaching, by Abraham Kuruvilla
  • Homiletical Theology In Action, The Unfinished Theological Task of Preaching by David Schnasa Jacobsen
  • The Write Stuff, Crafting Sermons That Capture and Convince by Sondra B. Willobee

 

 

EN401 - Intro to Thesis Writing

$200

with Rev. Lancaster

Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 6 pm

Introduction to Thesis Writing

PS401 - Pastoral Counseling

$250
Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 6 pm

This course is very comprehensive, prepares students for sessions, and gives them a good historical base (theoretical and spiritual). This course provides some advanced definitions/distinctions, which are extremely important. The section on Pastoral Counseling and Maturity gives students an understanding of basic spirituality. This in depth but practical, nuts and bolts primer of counseling covers the advance elements of counseling in an abbreviated outline format. Information is given that is essential for the more experienced counselors to know and to remember, including what counseling is as well as what it is not. This course focuses on relationship building, the counseling process, and self-exploration the foundation upon which further intervention is laid. 

Prerequisites: PS 101

Textbook:       Clinical Handbook of Pastoral Counseling Expanded Edition VI by Robert J. Wicks, Richard Parson, and Donald Capps

TH201 - World Views

$100
Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 6 pm

In a world where multiple "truths" abound, Christians need to be on their guard to avoid deception by other ways of looking at the world in opposition to Christ and His Word. To be prepared is to be well informed and how other worldviews differ from Christianity. This course analyzes the main world religions, cults, and philosophical systems relating to spirituality, morality, and the meaning of life.

Textbooks:

  • The Holy Bible (KJV preferred)
  • The Truth About Worldviews by James P. Eckman (ISBN 978-1-929852-47-5, Item# 1195)

BI802 - Manners and Customs

$250

with Dr. Barringer

Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 7:30 pm

Manners and Customs

BL201 - New Testament Greek I

$200

with Min. Samuel

Calendar Sep 19, 2022 at 7:30 pm

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

 





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