Fall 2016 Courses
BIBL 501: Basic Bible Exegesis and Interpretation
Thursday 6:30-9:00 P.M.
An introduction to independent Bible study using the inductive study method and the principles essential for a balanced interpretation of the scriptures. Students are exposed to Greek and Hebrew study tools but knowledge of the languages is not a prerequisite.
CMIN 501: Evangelism and Discipleship
Deals with principles and methodologies of effective evangelism, and instructs the student in the principles, methods and content of disciple-making, fostering continuous growth and maturity in reproducing Christians.
THEO 601: Theology 1 – God and the Bible
A study of the nature and necessity of theology; the doctrine of biblical inspiration and its problems; a study of the existence, nature and attributes of God, including the decrees of God and His relationship to the world; a study of the nature of humanity and the origins and nature of sin; an overview of the doctrine of angels.