BIB 111

principles of biblical interpretation

This class provides insight into major interpretive issues related to Biblical studies. A survey of the Old and New Testament is included

PROFESSORS: Dr. George Coon, Rev. Herb Hunter

This course will be offered again in April 2022

BIB 211

Biblical hermeneutics

This course covers content related to the science of Biblical Interpretation. It closely follows the textbook: Biblical Hermeneutics by.

PROFESSOR: Dr. Steve Stairs

This course will be offered again in March 2022

BIB 311

New Testament Exegesis: romans

This course will be a detailed exegesis of the New Testament book of Romans. We will focus on the original meaning.

PROFESSOR: Dr. Steve Stairs

This course will be offered in May 2021

THE 121

Christian Worldview

This course examines the biblical foundation of a Christian worldview. Special attention will be paid to the role of apologetics in worldview

PROFESSOR: Dr. George Coon

This course will be offered again in January 2022

THE 221

God, creation, and the Fall

This course examines the first two major subsections of Biblical theology. Traditionally these are known as Theology Proper, and Hamartiology

PROFESSOR: Dr. George Coon

This course will be offered in February 2021

THE 222

Law, Atonement, and Messiah

This course is the second of our Biblical Theology series. Traditionally these studies are known as Christology, Soteriology, and Scientology

PROFESSOR: Dr. George Coon

This course will be offered in March 2022

THE 321

Salvation, Sanctification and the Spirit

This course is the third in the Biblical Theology series. It covers the Biblical doctrines of Pneumatology and Soteriology

PROFESSOR: Dr. George Coon

This course will be offered June 2022

THE 322

Church, Kingdom, and consummation

This course is the fourth and final in the Biblical Theology series. It covers the doctrines of ecclesiology, eschatology.

PROFESSOR: Dr. George Coon

This course will be offered in the new millennium

MIN 131

Spiritual formation

This class provides insight into major interpretive issues related to Biblical studies. A survey of the Old and New Testament is included

PROFESSORS: Dr. George Coon and adjunct faculty

This course will be offered again in April 2022

MIN 132

Leadership in the church

This class provides insight into major interpretive issues related to Biblical studies. A survey of the Old and New Testament is included

PROFESSORS: Rev. Dave Rudolph, Rev. Bryant Crane, Dr. Troy Gahman

This course will be offered again in April 2022

MIN 133

Introduction to Biblical Counseling

This course is an overview of the Biblical Counseling movement as well as an introduction to the methodology and theology of the movement.  The course precedes 233 or 331. 

PROFESSORS: Rev. Herb Hunter

This course will be offered again in April 2022

MIN 231

Missions in the modern world

This class provides insight into major interpretive issues related to Biblical studies. A survey of the Old and New Testament is included

PROFESSORS: Rev. Dave Rudolph, Rev. David McCrum

This course will be offered again in April 2022

MIN 232

Biblical preaching

This class provides insight into major interpretive issues related to Biblical studies. A survey of the Old and New Testament is included

PROFESSORS: Dr. Troy Gahman

This course will be offered again in April 2022

MIN 233

Biblical Counseling: Marriage and Family

This course will examine biblical counseling related to marriage and family. Subjects like pre-marital counseling, parenting, divorce, and birth control will also be covered.

PROFESSORS: Rev. Herb Hunter

This course will be offered again in April 2022

MIN 331

Biblical Counseling: Counseling Issues

This course will examine the Biblical approach to counseling people struggling with issues related to life in a fallen world. Depression, anxiety, and sexual trauma will all be covered.

PROFESSORS: Rev. Herb Hunter

This course will be offered again in April 2022

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