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TH301 - Fundamental Theology II

$150

with Dr. Gilmore

Calendar Dec 17, 2022 at 6 pm

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

Textbook:      

  • Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide To Understanding Biblical Truth by Charles Ryrie

 

BI802 - Manners and Customs

$250

with Dr. Barringer

Calendar Dec 17, 2022 at 7:30 pm

Manners and Customs

BL201 - New Testament Greek I

$200

with Min. Samuel

Calendar Dec 17, 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

 

BL202 - New Testament Greek I

$200

with Min. Samuel

Calendar Dec 17, 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):

 

CE202 - Spiritual Warfare II

$200

with Dr. Jones

Calendar Dec 17, 2022 at 7:30 pm

EM301 - Ministerial Ethics

$150

with Dr. Ford-Grant

Calendar Dec 17, 2022 at 7:30 pm

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.

Prerequisites:

Textbook:      

EN604 - Doctoral Dissertation

$250

with Rev. Lancaster

Calendar Dec 17, 2022 at 7:30 pm

Textbook:  MLA Handbook for Research Writing, Eighth Edition, MLA:The Easy Way by Peggy Houghton and How to Write A Book by David Kadavy.   Also selected handouts

Course Description/Objectives:  This is an independent writing class for doctoral candidates.  Course includes an intensive review of grammar and principles of rhetoric.  We will focus on the MLA standard for style, outlining and composing a research paper.  Grading is based on MLA style format, content, works cited, grammar and defense of thesis argument. This class meets weekly until student topic, thesis statement, outline and first 25 pages approved your instructor.  Then, your instructor becomes advisor, available weekly for individual support and guidance.  Class then meets monthly or as needed before assignments due.  Student must present written assignments for Mid-Term and Final Examination.  Ideally, students will complete this 1-2-year course of work by defending their dissertations before a panel of experts.   

ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR RETURNING STUDENTS:  25-page first draft (or most recent draft), revised Outline and a copy of my Spring 2020 edits of last draft

Course Format:  Lecture, Independent study

TH100 - Bible Beliefs

$100

with Rev. Franklin

Calendar Dec 17, 2022 at 7:30 pm

This course outlines and discusses the study of God, His existence and attributes, and His work in predestination, preservation, and providence. It also reviews the study of Christ, His preexistence, death, incarnation, humanity, death, and atonement.

Textbooks:

 





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