Evangelism to reach the soul with the Gospel, Teaching to instruct the mind in sound doctrine, and Preaching to move the heart with the Word of God. This three-part course is highly participatory and great emphasis is placed upon student involvement in speaking in front of others. Group exercises are designed to build confidence while minimizing the natural stress that comes from public speaking.
This composite course looks at the History, Theology, Nature and Ministry of the Church. The reading schedule includes books on the history of Christianity, the development of Christian theology and the history of Christian martyrs. Video sessions deal with Ecclesiology (the doctrine of the Church) and the Scriptural ministry given to the Church.
This course presents the Old Testament as Jesus presented it to His disciples: “And beginning at Moses and all the Prophets, He expounded to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself.” (Luke 24:27) As Paul told Timothy, these are “the Holy Scriptures which are able to make you wise unto Salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.” (2 Timothy 3:15)
This course covers the culture, history, and geography of the New Testament and in a systematic way surveys the content of each individual book. You will also learn about the authorship, date and readership of the books of the New Testament.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the major doctrines of the Bible, putting them in the context of a systematic theology. The ‘Target model’ approach helps students to differentiate between doctrines to die for, doctrines to defend, doctrines to discuss and doctrines to dismiss.
Bibliology lays the foundation for studying the Bible. This part of the course integrates multiple subjects and provides an understanding of what the Bible is, how it was written and why it is to be studied.
How to Study the Bible is a comprehensive Bible study method that combines word studies in the original languages with circumstantial, biographical and topical studies and paraphrasing the passage.