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BIB-100 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY (3)
Each book of the Bible is introduced and considered in its theme and general content.


BIB-200 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY (3)
Each book of the Bible is introduced and considered in its theme and general content.
 

BIB-201-A PENTATEUCH (3)
An introductory survey of the five books of the Pentateuch.


BIB-201-B EARLY ISRAELI HISTORY (3)
A study of the five historical books, covering the period of early Israeli history including Joshua,
Judges, Ruth and I & II Corinthians. From the conquest of the Promised Land to the introduction of
the Kingdom Period. The history of Judah and itís kings, Jerusalem, Temple & Priests.


BIB-201-C THE KINGDOM PERIOD (3)
A study of historical books, I & II Samuel, I & II Kings. From the theocracy of Eli and Samuel to
Israelís first king, their greatest prosperity to itís decline and fall.


BIB-201-D POST EXILIC PERIOD (3)
A study of the last historical books: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. This includes the restoration of
the Jews.

BIB-202 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY (3)
Brings unity and chronological sequence to New Testament study by weaving the contents of the
books around a central theme - the person of Christ.


BIB-203 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY (3)
A survey of the history of the New Testament with special emphasis given to the Inter-testamental
Period, the gospels, the ministry of the Holy Spirit in the origin and development of the church
during the first century.


BIB-205-A THE GOSPELS (3)
Presenting the Gospels as a combination of parts within an orderly whole. Enhancing the studentís
personal study of the gospels by illustrating their complimentary aspects, their differing approaches
to the life of Jesus Christ, and their different purposes.


BIB-205-B ACTS/ROMANS/ 1 & 2 CORINTHIANS (3)
A study of the Acts of the Apostles, the development of the Christian Church as it spread from
Jerusalem to Rome, Paulís epistles to the Romans and church at Corinth.


BIB-206 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY I (3)
An overview of Godís working from creation through the early days of His chosen people. Topics
discussed include the patriarchs, Israelís trek to the Promised Land, Davidís reign, Solomonís
kingdom, the kingdom of Judah, and the exile.


BIB-207 THE BOOK OF ACTS (3)
This course includes a detailed study of the Book of Acts. The missionary development of the
early church, the life and missionary journeys of St. Paul, and the geographical and social
backgrounds as they relate to the development of the early church.


BIB-209 SURVEY OF BIBLICAL DANCE (3)
A survey of dance referenced biblically.


BIB-210 SURVEY OF BIBLICAL DRAMA (3)
A survey of drama referenced biblically.


BIB-310-A OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE (3)
A study of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastics, Song of Solomon, and Lamentations. The books
are carefully studied for spiritual values, moral outlooks, philosophical content, literacy, and poetic
form.


BIB-301 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY II (3)
This course relates the great literary writings and those of the prophets to us today.


BIB-301-B MAJOR PROPHETS (3)

An in depth study of the Major Prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah, with consideration given to historic
background and special emphasis on Messianic passages.


BIB-301-C MINOR PROPHETS (3)
A study of the Minor Prophets in the light of the doctrines they preached and the meaning and
fulfillment of their prophecies.


BIB-305-A EPISTLES I (3)
A study of historical books: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. This includes the restoration of the
Jews.


BIB-305-B EPISTLES II (3)
A study of Hebrews, General Epistles and Revelation. The distinctive message and content of
selected general Epistles are considered as well as Johnís revelation.


BIB-410 THE LIFE OF CHRIST (3)
To present a clear and concise overview of the scriptural revelation concerning the person and work
of the second member of the triune Godhead, the son of God, Jesus Christ.


BIB-411 SPIRITUAL MATURITY (3)
Through identifying and understanding how we grow spiritually, we become more intentional in
our use of time and methods.


BIB-413 THE GOSPEL OF JOHN (3)
An expository study of Johnís Gospel. This course traces development of major themes within the
Gospel, places them in a theological context and delineates the application of some of them to the
life of the believer.


BIB-415/515 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE (3)
This course presents the inspiration and authorship of the Bible, how it was preserved, why we
believe it, how we deal with its problems and critics, the role of archeology, and ways to study the
Bible more effectively.


BIB-416 MARKíS GOSPEL (3)
Experience the events in the life of Jesus Christ as portrayed in the Gospel of Mark. Video course.


BIB-417/517 GENESIS: IN-DEPTH STUDY (3)
A focused study on the Book of Genesis. Video Course


BIB-501 OLD TESTAMENT ADVANCED RESEARCH I (3)
Directed research/readings in the Old Testament under supervision of an Academic Advisor to
meet the needs/interests of the student.


BIB-502 OLD TESTAMENT ADVANCED RESEARCH II (3)
Directed research/readings in the Old Testament under supervision of an Academic Advisor to
meet the needs/interests of the student.


BIB-503 NEW TESTAMENT ADVANCED RESEARCH I (3)
Directed research/readings in the New Testament under supervision of an Academic Advisor to
meet the needs/interests of the student.


BIB-504 NEW TESTAMENT ADVANCED RESEARCH II (3)
Directed research/readings in the New Testament under supervision of an Academic Advisor to
meet the needs/interests of the student.


BIB-509 GALATIANS IN-DEPTH (3)
A course designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of Paulís epistle to the Galatians
and demonstrate in the process various methods applicable to in-depth scripture study.


BIB-510 PHILIPPIANS (3)
A course designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of Paulís epistle to the Philippians,
and continue to demonstrate in the process various methods applicable to in-depth study of all
scripture.


BIB-603 STUDIES IN ISAIAH (3)
An expository study of the book of Isaiah, including the history of Judaism at the time Isaiah was
written.

 

 

 

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