This course covers: The Logos, the vision of St. Stephen, the question of titles, plural pronouns used for God, the voice & the dove at Christ’s baptism, understanding the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
This course covers: The originality of Matthew 28:19, A close examination of Matthew 28:19 in light of early Christian writers, the development of the Trinity doctrine, the Godhead, is the Trinity fact or fiction?
This course covers subjects such as The nature of inspiration, Biblical languages, A history of the English Bible, How we get our Bible, Defending the inerrancy and canon of Scripture, Bible Translations, The NIV, etc.
This course covers: The meaning of Christ’s death, discovered Soteriologically, the deity of Christ, the humanity of Christ, the hypostatic union, the kenosis, the work of Christ, the relation of Jesus to the Father, the glorification of the Son.
This course deals with the Principles and Processes of Biblical Interpretation, Subjects included are: Historical-Cultural and Contextual Analysis, Lexical-Syntactical Analysis, Theological Analysis, Special Literary Methods, and Applying the Biblical Message.
Students not planning on pursuing the doctoral program may elect the theme option. A total of 10 themes are required for the Old Testament using four reference works, plus 10 themes for the New Testament.
Those students planning to enter the doctoral program must elect the thesis option.
This Course covers: The baptism of the Holy Spirit, Speaking in tongues, the study of the diversity of tongues, the evidence of tongues, the nature of the Spirit, How to distinguish between soul and Spirit, the name of Jesus Christ.
A course designed to lead the student into a deeper dimension of the Spirit. Looking for a clearer understanding of divine healing? Faithful to the scriptures, this course reveals God's promises of healing, presented in a simple, most inspiring experience.
This course covers the Latin Bible, the Gutenberg Bible, the Tyndale Bible, the Coverdale Bible, the Great Bible, the Geneva Bible, the Bishop’s Bible, the King James Bible, and the New versions of today.