BIB101 Old Testament Survey I (Genesis – Esther)
BIB101 Old Testament Survey I (Genesis – Esther) offers student’s a general overview of themes, perspectives, and significance of the first twenty-two books of the Old Testament. The Old Testament reveals a self-portrait of God, what He has done and is doing through history with His grand design to restore relationship with His creation.
Book required: Garnet Reid, Old Testament Survey, Broadening Your Biblical Horizons, Part I - 2009 ed.
BIB 101 - Old Testament Survey I Syllabus
BIB103 New Testament Survey I
BIB103 New Testament Survey I, provides an overview of the New Testament books from the Gospels through Acts, with a concise summary of each book, enabling the student to correctly relate the parts of the New Testament to each other, and to the Old Testament. The course allows students to enrich their knowledge of the Bible and their ability to read each part intelligently, with an understanding of the context in which each book occurs and of how the central theme–the theme of Jesus Christ was developed.
Required text books: (1) Walter M. Dunnett, New Testament Survey, Broadening Your Biblical Horizons, 2003 ed, Evangelical Training Association, (2) Leon Morris, Testaments of Love: A Study of Love in the Bible, (3) Kate L. Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students & Researchers, 8th or 11th ed.
BIB103 - NT Survey I Syllabus
BIB120 Hermeneutics covers introductory themes and processes of Biblical interpretation and will compare and critique varying approaches and their significance toward understanding the Bible, understanding theology, and knowing God personally. This course will provide the student with in-depth Bible study techniques, using tools designed to help the believer hear God through His Word.
Book required: Roy B. Zuck, Basic Bible Interpretation: A Practical Guide to Discovering Biblical Truth.
BIB 120 - Hermeneutics Syllabus
THE 390 Theology I
THE390 Theology I, is a foundational course that surveys basic doctrines of the church and their implications for life. Specifically, the course will briefly survey bibliology, theology proper, anthropology, angelology, Christology, soteriology, pneumatology, ecclesiology, and eschatology. The course will also introduce the various branches of theology.
Book required: W. Jackson Watts, Biblical Beliefs – 2013, Evangelical Training Association.
THE 390 - Theology - Syllabus