Students enrolled in Mineola Bible Institute will receive solid Bible-based courses on a wide variety of subjects, enabling the student to properly divide the Word of God, and be more effective in the work of God. We currently have 150 courses available to students.
OLD TESTAMENT STUDIES
Old Testament Survey (4 Credit Hours)
The 39 books of the Old Testament are discussed in detail.
Major Prophets (4 Credit Hours)
The Major Prophets will be examined in depth as to the message and messenger.
Historical setting and future applications are also discussed.
Minor Prophets (4 Credit Hours)
The Minor Prophets will be examined in depth as to the message and messenger.
Historical setting and future applications are also discussed.
NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES
The Life of Christ (4 Credit Hours)
An in-depth study of the life and miracles of Christ; the disciples, and parables are discussed.
The Gospels (4 Credit Hours)
An in-depth study of the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
The Epistles (4 Credit Hours)
This course is an in-depth study of the General Epistles, Prison Epistles, and the Pastoral Epistles.
The Life of Paul (4 Credit Hours)
This course is an in-depth study of the life of the Apostle Paul; from his conversion, missionary travels, to the end of his life in Rome.
The Ministry of Paul (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the doctrines of Paul, his letter to the churches. Did Paul baptize in Jesus name? Did Paul speak in tongues. Did Paul teach the Roman way to salvation in Romans as some teach today?
Acts (4 Credit Hours)
An in-depth study of the early Church, the journeys of St. Paul, and the spreading of the Gospel to the Gentile world.
Revelation (4 Credit Hours)
This course explains the Book of Revelation verse by verse, exploring the highly symbolic book in view of the end times.
Daniel (4 Credit Hours)
This course explains the Book of Daniel verse by verse and deals with the unfilled prophecy for our end-time generation.
Woe, Woe, Woe (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers the three woes mentioned in Revelation. The first woe under the fifth trumpet, demon creatures will be loosed out of the pit to torment men for five months (Rev. 9:1-12). The second woe under the sixth trumpet, two hundred million demon horsemen will come out of the abyss to slay one third of men at a certain hour (Rev. 9:13-21). The third woe, under the seventh trumpet, Satan and his wicked angels are cast out of heaven (second heaven) onto the earth (Rev. 11:14-19 12:1-9). This course also deals with UFO sightings and uses Scripture to prove their existence. The text covers the future UFO invasion of our earth, the cleansing of the 2nd heavens prior to the 2nd coming of Christ at Armageddon. A great eye opener to our generation.
Church History I (4 Credit Hours)
This course discusses the events from the book of Acts to the Reformation period.
Church History II (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the events from the Reformation period to our modern times.
The Didache (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the early history of the Didache, its chapters, and what the major sources reveal about this work.
The 400 Silent Years (4 Credit Hours)
This course discusses the years between the Testaments from the close of Malachi to the birth of Jesus Christ.
Ancient Hebrew History (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers in detail the history of the birth of Israel to the destruction under the Roman empire.
Historical Facts and Findings (6 Credit Hours)
This Course acquaints the student with historical and Biblical facts such as: The Ark of the Covenant, The Breastplate of the High Priest, the Ephod, Shibboleth, the Shield of David, the Silver Cord, the Talmud, and Urim & Thumim, etc. Many other facts are presented to the student.
Apostolic History Outline (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers the outlines of history of the Apostolic Church from Pentecost to our present day. Originally written by Dr. Marvin Arnold.
Patrology I (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the Post-apostolic Fathers of the Church, Doctors of the Church, Apologetics, Apostolic Succession, the Fathers and the Trinity, such as: Ambrose, Aquinas, Athanasius, Augustine, Basil, Chrysostom, Clement, Constantine, Cyril, Eusebius, Gregory, Hilary, etc.
Patrology II (4 Credit Hours)
This course is the continuation of Patrology I. The Fathers discussed are: Ignatius, Ireaneus, Jerome, Josephus, Justin Martyr, Leo, Marcion, Origen, Papias, Polycarp, Tatian, Tertullian, Victor, etc.
Creeds & Councils (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the Apostles’ Creed, Athanasian Creed, Church & State, Nicene Creed, Papal Bull, Roman Catholic Church, Council of Carthage, Council of Chalcedon, Council of Constance, Council of Ephesus, Council of Laodecia, Lateran Councils, Council of Nicaea, Council of Sardica, Council of Trent, etc.
Church History Outlines (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers Church History from 1 A.D. to the present. A summary Timeline of Christianity.
The Star of David (4 Credit Hours)
This Course deals with the flag of Israel, its origin, the Shema, the Shem ha-Meforash, and presents the oneness message in a different perspective.
Jerusalem (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the early history of Jerusalem in the time of David, through the centuries, and modern Jerusalem today. The end time prophecies concerning Jerusalem are discussed.
The Works of Josephus (6 Credit Hours)
Covers the Antiquities of the Jews, The Jewish Wars & the Jewish History in general by Josephus.
The Works of Philo (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the works of Philo of Alexandria (20 BCE – 40 CE).
Israel (4 Credit Hours)
This Course acquaints the student with detailed information on the nation of Israel. The Course covers past history, the political parties, a country profile, the founding fathers of Zionism, Israeli settlements, etc.
Biblical Archaeology (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers archaeology in Bible lands. The Course presents discoveries such as: Tutankhamen’s Tomb, the store-city of Pharaoh, Ramses II, King Hammurabi’s law-code, the Walls of Jericho, Solomon’s buildings, King Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, Alexander of Macedon, the hidden city of Petra, the Dead Sea Scrolls, etc.
The Jewish Feasts (6 Credit Hours)
This Course covers the seven feasts of the Jews and shows the prophetic perspective of each feast. The Course covers the Passover, First fruits, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles, Feast of Purim, Feast of Lights, and Feast of Unleavened Bread. The course also deals with the three days and nights of Christ in the tomb, the Hebrew calendar, and major holidays of Israel.
50 Sermons For Saints & Sinners (6 Credit Hours)
This course is a collection of sermons by Dr. Vestal to be used in the student’s ministry in winning souls for Jesus Christ.
Top 15 Sermons (6 Credit Hours)
15 Sermons preached by Rev. D.R. Vestal, especially useful for those incarcerated. The most requested top 15 sermons presented by Dr. Vestal.
Sermons in Nutshells (6 Credit Hours)
This Course material acquaints the student with over 500 sermon outlines which can be used in their ministry.
Women in the Ministry (6 Credit Hours)
This Course deals with the role of women in the church and their ministry. Are women allowed to speak or preach in the church?
Are women commanded to keep silent in the churches? Women in the Old Testament times and in the New Testament times are discussed.
Supernatural Healing (5 Credit Hours)
This course deals with healing in the atonement, what is faith & how do we receive faith?
Doubt, fear & anxiety kills faith, never lose your focus & determination, the lack of fervent prayer, how to pray for healing, unforgiveness and pride, how to be saved, natural faith & supernatural faith, etc.
Christian Leadership (6 Credit Hours)
This Courses covers subjects such as: planning, money, timing and preparation, respecting authority, discriminating, having a questionable background, critics, mentorship, betrayal, temptation, misjudging, the law of repetition, correcting mistakes, the power of habit, education, toleration, rebellion, confrontations, delegation, sowing and reaping, etc. Many other topics discussed in being a Christian leader.
Ministry Notes (6 Credit Hours)
This Course is presented by Bishop Donald R. Vestal, contents include: The Church Congregation, Articles of Incorporation, Articles of Faith, Church By-Laws, Church Finance, Church Pastor, Church Services, Church Music, Altar Services, Anointing With Oil, Water Baptisms, Baby Dedications, Foot Washings, Communion Services, Church Education, Funerals, Weddings, Church Dedications, Hospital Visits, Nursing Home Visits, Visitation and Outreach, Home Bible Study, Life of Pastor Vestal and Ministry.
Ministerial Ethics (6 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the minister & his ministry, the pastor & his church, the minister & Evangelists relationship, the minister & his personal life, the minister & his family, the minister’s spiritual life, the minister & his home, the minister & his pulpit, the minister & his colleagues, the minister & his organization, the minister & social problems, etc.
Divine Healing and Health (6 Credit Hours)
This Course covers divine healing & health as outlined in the Bible. Is it God’s will for Christians to be sick? Are healing miracles for the church today? Causes of not getting healing. Excuses for not getting healing. God’s will and promises for the church today concerning health and healing.
Church Government (6 Credit Hours)
This Course covers different church governments within churches today, Denominational, Presbyterian, Congregational, etc. God’s government verses man’s government. Elders, Prophets, Bishops, etc.
Tongues (6 Credit Hours)
This course deals with speaking in other tongues as practiced by the Apostles and the early Church. We explore tongues in the church of today.
Spiritual Gifts (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers the gifts of the Spirit mentioned in Romans 12:6-8, such as prophecy, ministry, teaching, exhortation, giving, leading, and showing mercy. It also covers the gifts in Ephesians 4:11, The Five Fold Ministry, apostolic, prophetic, evangelical, pastoral, and teacher. Also covers the 9 gifts of the Spirit in I Corinthians 12:1-4, wisdom, knowledge, discerning of spirits, speaking in tongues, interpretation of tongues, prophecy, faith, miracles, and healing. All gifts used in the church body for edification.
Public Speaking (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers public speaking, some short styles of short talk, forms of public speaking, discussion and debate, argument and persuasion, forms of oral interpretation and delivery.
Business Communication (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers letters, computers, phones, emails, the Internet, business documents, oral & written communications, etc.
U. S. A. Religions (4 credit Hours)
This course examines the basic structure of the religions in the United States.
World Religions (4 credit Hours)
This course examines the world’s religions and major cults.
Religions & Religious Groups (4 credit Hours)
This course covers Religious Groups from A to Z. Such groups as: Anabaptists, Calvinism, Christian Science, Church of England, Donatism, Druze, Franciscans, Fundamentalism, Huguenots, Jesuits, Knights Templars, Lollards, Orthodox Church, Pentecostal Church, Plymouth Brethren, Separatists, Waldeneses, etc.
Theology I (5 credit Hours)
This course covers demonology and subjects concerning the Church.
Theology II (5 Credit Hours)
This course covers angelology and the 7 divisions of the periods of the Old Testament.
Theology III (6 Credit Hours)
This course deals with terms and expressions used in Theology. It gives the student a better understanding of words such as: anthropomorphism, antinomianism, cabala, eschatology, gnosticism, monarchianism, monotheism, mysticism, pantheism, polytheism, theism, etc. The Course also deals with the branches of Theology, theosophy, transubstantiation, and Unitarianism.
Comparative Theology (6 Credit Hours)
This course discusses and compares the theology of the Brahmin, the Buddhist, the Greeks and the Romans, the Israelite & Ishmaelite and the Aboriginal American.
Essential Theology (6 Credit Hours)
This course discusses the issues of the God-idea, a mediator, the incarnation, the need of a sacrifice, the authority of Essential Theology, and the origin and significance of Essential Theology.
Trinity or Truth (4 Credit Hours)
This Course shows the error of the Trinity doctrine and presents the truth of Monotheism. Many questions asked by Trinitarians are dealt with in this Course.
The Truth of the Oneness Doctrine (4 Credit Hours)
This doctrinal course is a rebuttal to a major Trinitarian, who has written a book indicating the oneness people are heresy.
Resources on the Trinity (4 Credit Hours)
Definitions of the Trinity by Major Encyclopedias, Trinitarian Authors’ view of the Trinity, The Mode of Water Baptism, Re-Examining the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19.
The Trinity Development (6 Credit Hours)
Shows the development of the trinity doctrine through the first four centuries, and the men who brought this about.
The Divided God (4 Credit Hours)
A carefully researched and easy to read presentation of Apostolic Doctrine and refutation of the Doctrine of the Trinity presenting an alternative more in keeping with the Scriptures.
Christology (5 Credit Hours)
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.
Trinity Origin Research (6 Credit Hours)
This course is presented by Dr. Vestal on his research of the origin of the Trinity doctrine. Quotes from major Encyclopedias and Theologians show that the Trinity doctrine is in error. Dr. Vestal also rebuts, in writing, the theology of Calvin Beisner, and the late, Dr. Walter Martin.
Pneumatology (5 Credit Hours)
This Course covers: The baptism of the Holy Spirit, Speaking in tongues, the study of diversity of tongues, the evidence of tongues, the nature of the Spirit, How to distinguish between soul and Spirit, the name of Jesus Christ.
God & Free Will (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with moral law, choices, justice, the philosophy of redemption, does God exist, wrong & right decisions, is man a free moral agent, moral education, value analysis, etc.
Bibliology (5 Credit Hours)
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.
Bible Doctrine I (5 Credit Hours)
This course covers: Elohim & the plural passages of Scripture, the sons of God in Genesis, Yahweh or Jesus, is Jesus God the Father, the dual nature of Christ.
Bible Doctrine II (5 Credit Hours)
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.
Bible Doctrine III (5 Credit Hours)
This course covers: Was it possible for Jesus to sin?, Justification & Sanctification, the prayers of Jesus.
Bible Doctrine IV (5 Credit Hours)
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?
Psychology I (4 Credit Hours)
This deals with topics such as: depression, moods, educational psychology, industrial psychology, mental disorders, perception, psychoanalysis, schizophrenia, etc.
Philosophy I (4 Credit Hours)
This Course acquaints the student with Greek philosophy, the different branches of philosophy, Chinese philosophy, ethics, free will, logic, metaphysics, modernism, Western philosophy, scholasticism, etc.
Advanced Philosophy II (4 Credit Hours)
This course of study is presented to the student to show how Alexander the Great and his mother influenced the Grecian world. Alexander & his teachings were from Aristotle, Plato and his cultic mother. Rev. Vestal shows how the trinity doctrine was influenced by Platonic & Grecian philosophy.
Chemical Dependence (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with drugs and alcohol, covers downers, uppers, sedatives, tranquilizers, Valium, Darvon, heroin, morphine, opiates, codeine, amphetamines, Ritalin, cocaine, crack, psychedelic drugs, LSD, marijuana, etc.
Child Psychology (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers family sociology, child welfare, child labor, preschool education, developmental psychology, parent & child, child abuse, adolescence, adoption, exceptional children, autism, down syndrome, mental retardation, orphans, puberty, sex education, juvenile crime, etc.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers how to deal with stress and anxiety disorders. Type A & Type B behavior, Conflicts, Adjustments, Defense Mechanisms, etc.
Deviant Behaviors (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers some deviant behaviors such as: Adultery, Homosexuals, Prostitutes, Bestiality, Pedophiles, Pornography, Rape, Suicide, Alcoholics, Criminals, Transsexuals, Witchcraft, etc.
Venereal Diseases (4 Credit Hours)
This Course deals with AIDS, Chlamydia, Crabs, Epididymitis, Genital Warts, Gonorrhea, Herpes, Syphilis, Urethritis, and how to have safer sex with your partner.
Adult Development (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the stages of adult development from adolescence to old age. It covers marriage, divorce, work related problems, and retirement. It deals with stress and anxiety of old age adjustments, death of a spouse, and establishing living arrangement including Nursing Homes, and death.
Child Development (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the care of infants, school-age students, teenagers, early adolescence problems, social developments, problems of maturity and home environments.
Sociology of Health & Illness (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers, having a purpose in life, keeping physically active, maintaining a healthy weight, reducing stress, avoiding tobacco and alcohol, cultivating a positive attitude, keeping socially and spiritually connected, enjoying a healthy diet, diseases and disorders more common with age such as: Alzheimer’s disease, Arthritis, Cancer, Lung Cancer, Coronary artery disease, Diabetes, High blood pressure, Osteoporosis, Prostate problems, Stroke, Ulcers, and Urinary disorders,
Keys to Effective Ministry (4 Credit Hours)
Why settle for adequate when you can be first-rate? There is no shortage of ministers who desire to achieve excellence. But only a few dare to demand it of themselves. In this clear call to action, Dr. Larry Yates shows you how to turn that inner desire into a firm decision to be all that God has called you to be. No matter what area of God’s service you’re in, these seven proven keys will help you be the best you can be.
Releasing the Anointing (4 Credit Hours)
This course will show you how to make the time you spend with God each day a delightful time. Dr. Yates shares his teaching that has helped many transform their prayer life from drudgery to delight. It can do the same for yours. Using the “Lord’s Prayer” as a model, Dr. Yates will show you how to spend an hour or more each day with God and find joy in it. Learning to pray without repeating yourself will help you discover afresh how to enter into God’s presence in a way that will change your life.
Biblical Foundations for Divine Healing (4 Credit Hours)
A training manual for the supernatural life. This book provides biblical clarity concerning divine healing and supplies basic and applicable principles necessary to having faith concerning healing. The author makes it very clear that we are not healed based on who we are, but based on who Christ is.
Effective Personal Bible Study (4 Credit Hours)
This course will equip you with the same techniques that Seminary Professors use in their personal Bible studies. The Bible study methods taught by Dr. Yates are timeless and relevant for anyone who wants to improve their study of God’s Word.
The Sabbath (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers the Old and New Covenants, is Saturday the Sabbath or Sunday, are we required to keep Saturday as the Sabbath. Did the apostles keep the Sabbath? Which day are we to observe today as the Sabbath? Which is the Lord’s day?
Creation vs. Evolution I (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with Similarities, Fossils and Geology, Biochemistry, Embryology, Design vs. Evolution, Chromosomes, Prehistoric man, and how your decision about evolution may be directive in your life.
Christian Marriage & Divorce (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the marriage institution, does God hate divorce? divorce and remarriage, Godly submission in marriage, verbal abuse in marriage, can Christians remarry in the Lord after a divorce, widowhood, etc.
The Principles of Christian Living (4 Credit Hours)
This Course is designed to inform the student how to live a Christian life. Subjects discussed are: What is a Christian? How to grow in the Christian life, the Christian and the Holy Spirit, the Christian and the Bible, how to pray as a Christian, the Christian and the Church, and the Christian and their finances.
Predestination (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers the subjects such as the Definition of Predestination, Theological Determinism, Free Will in Theology, Calvinism & Predestination, Theological Fatalism, Fatalism, Providentialism, and Divine Providence.
Ancient Archaeology Discoveries (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers ancient finds such as: The Rosetta Stone, the Behistun Inscription, the Moabite Stone, the Code of Hammurabi, the city of Ur, the Nuzi Tablets, the Mari Letters, the Dead Sea Scrolls, etc.
Christian Growth & Development (4 Credit Hours)
This Course acquaints the student with overcoming daily problems and offences. How to form attitudes about ourselves and others. It covers the four basic structures of authority, how to have and maintain a clear conscious, the consequence of bitterness, and the development of reprobation, etc.
The Occult (4 Credit Hours)
This Course acquaints the student to occult terms and phrases of witchcraft. It covers topics such as: Fortune Telling, Black Mass, Clairvoyance, Demons, Divination, Nature Worship, Fire Worship, Horoscopes, Sorcery, Palmistry, Spiritualism, etc. All of these are tools of Satan to deceive the souls of mankind.
Hermeneutics (5 Credit Hours)
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.
Bible Standards (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with Bible holiness, concepts of dress, jewelry, hair, the role of women in the church, ministerial authority, and legalism.
Christian Growth II (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers forgiveness, letting go of the past, the transmutation of riches, the necessity of unity, sound speech, the power of praise, how to relax, how to have peace, showing mercy, controlling your thoughts, how to master self-consciousness, getting along with neighbors, etc.
Abortion (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers the Biblical response to abortion, the one exception for abortion, Pro-choice, Embryos, etc.
Parental Responsibilities (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the responsibilities of raising children from childhood thru the teen age years. Deals with sex, drugs, and other responsibilities of the parent.
Where Are The Dead? (6 Credit Hours)
Are the dead conscious? Will we recognize one another in Heaven? What is revealed about Paradise? What is revealed about Heaven? How many resurrections are there? What will the body be like in the resurrection? Does the Bible teach there is a Hell? Is there a second chance after death? Will the unrighteous be annihilated? Will we have a memory of lost loved ones in Hell? Is there marriage in Heaven? Can the living and the dead communicate? What is the truth of purgatory? Did Jesus preach to the Spirits in prison? What is the truth about soul sleep? Is the rich man in Hell, a parable?
Textual Criticism I (5 Credit Hours)
This course covers the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament, The Greek Texts of the New Testament, The Uncial Manuscripts, The Cursives, The Lectionaries, The Church Fathers, Early Translations, The Papyrus Fragments, Conjectures of Scholars, Sermons of Early Preachers, Establishment of the Textus Receptus, Periods of Discovery and Research, Periods of Constructive Criticism, Westcott and Hort, External Evidence, Internal Evidence, etc.
Textual Criticism II (5 Credit Hours)
This course covers introduction to Church History, Catholic doctrine of the Trinity, “Son of God” interpolations, the name of God, Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh, Jehovah, Yeshua, Elohim, The English name of God, and many Catholic Encyclopedias regarding the development of the Trinity in the second and third centuries.
Greek I (6 Credit Hours)
This course introduces the student to the Greek alphabet, and introduces the most
important words used in the New Testament and their Greek rendering.
Greek II (6 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the Greek alphabet, Greek vowels, breathing marks, accent marks,
punctuation marks, adjectives, prepositions, verbs, participles, and pronouns.
Hebrew I (6 Credit Hours)
This course acquaints the student with the basics of the Hebrew alphabet and vowels.
The English Language (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers good usage of the English language, correct use of some common
words and phrases.
Christian Marriage (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with Marriage preparation and improvement. The role of religion in
marriage. The purpose of marriage. The permanence of marriage. Maturity in marriage.
Responsibility, honesty and self-control in marriage. Friends & in-laws in marriage. The
roles of husbands & wives in marriage. Raising children in marriage. Sexual purity.
Misc. Notes & Sayings (6 Credit Hours)
This course covers such subjects as: Periods of Egyptian history, the names & meaning of
the 12 spies, the Gates of Jerusalem, the 12 stones in the breastplate of the high priest,
the names of each disciple and their meanings, Melchizedek, the God-head, the lost books
mentioned in the Bible, the Apocrypha, the 29th chapter of Acts, etc.
Mythology (4 Credit Hours)
The myths dealing with the gods, demigods, and legendary heroes of various cultures.
The English Bible & Its Development (5 Credit Hours)
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.
Ancient Philosophers (4 Credit Hours)
This Course deals with famous philosophers, past and present, such men as:
Anaxagoras, Thomas Aquinas, Aristotle, Confucius, Maimonides, Marcus Aurelius, Philo
Judaeus, Plato, Socrates, Voltaire, etc.
The King James Version Bible (5 Credit Hours)
This course was written by James Jackson and deals with the origin of the KJV Bible. It
shows the superiority of the King James over the other Bible translations.
Tithing (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with tithing from the Old Testament to the New Testament. The
testimony of G.T. Haywood on this subject is superb.
Marriage & Homosexuality (4 Credit Hours)
This Course covers the Biblical concept of Marriage between a man and a woman, and
shows how homosexuality is against nature and the Word of God.
The Name & the Anointing (5 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the Holy Ghost baptism, and the Name of Jesus Christ.
Anthropology (4 Credit Hours)
This Course deals with the study of humans from a biological, social, and humanistic
perspective. The Course acquaints the student with physical anthropology and sociocultural anthropology.
Doctrinal & Theoretical Isms (4 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the world’s -isms, both political, historical, and religious.
Christian Morality (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers sex before marriage, dating, love and the opposite sex, courtship, dealing with drugs and alcohol, etc.
Paleontology (4 Credit Hours)
This course covers the periods of prehistoric animal and plant life through fossil remains.
Creation vs. Evolution II (4 Credit Hours)
This Course deals with new scientific discoveries that support creationism. The Course
covers Microbiology, Physics, Cosmetology, etc. The Course also deals with: Evolution,
Fossils, Mutation, and Probability, etc.
Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (6 Credit Hours)
This course deals with the history of the early Christian martyrs such as: John Wycliffe, John Huss, Jerome, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, Bishop Latimer, and many others.
Moral Philosophy (4 Hours)
This Course deals with character building and is outlined from A to Z for easy reference.
THEMES & THESES
Themes for The Master Diploma (6 Credit Hours)
A total of 10 themes are required for the Old Testament using four reference works, plus 10 themes for the New Testament.
Jesus in Hell? (4 Credit Hours)
Total of ten pages required on the subject of whether Jesus went to hell after His death on the cross.
Doctoral Research Themes (6 Credit Hours)
This research is required for 18 themes to be researched and answered.
Doctoral Thesis (6 Credit Hours)
A dissertation is required of your own choosing, dissertation must be at least 20,000 words in length.
PH.D in Religion Dissertation (6 Credit Hours)
This dissertation is required of the student on the subject of the development of the Trinity doctrine through the centuries, and the men who brought this doctrine before the councils.