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This course is the beginning of a two-part survey of the Old Testament which covers the biblical history found in the Pentateuch and historical books of the Old Testament. The aim of the course is to acquaint you with the redemptive message of the Bible and to encourage you to apply principles from the study of these Old Testament books.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This course surveys the biblical books of Job-Malachi and comprises the second part of a two-part survey of the Old Testament. You will study the content, message, and personal application of each book, along with the place of each book in the progress of revelation and redemption.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This course is an overview of the books of the New Testament and the historical circumstances surrounding these writings. You will focus on the background, content, message, and personal application of each book in the New Testament. You will also examine the process by which the New Testament canon was formed and the New Testament was transmitted through the history of the Church.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This course is a thorough study of God's Word in the book of Amos. You will be presented with methods for discovering and teaching biblical principles so that you are challenged to live the Christian faith you profess.
1.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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During this course you will examine the recurring themes and the central message of the gospel of Mark. Why did Mark write his gospel? The evidence suggests that he was not simply trying to tell the story of Jesus.
1.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This course is a "how-to" course demonstrating biblical learning and teaching techniques through a study of Philippians. Through lectures and independent study projects you will be encouraged, as both a teacher and a student, to actively explore the pressures, problems, and principles that contemporary Christians share with the Philippian church.
1.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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In this course you will examine the New Testament letters of Colossians and Philemon. The teaching emphasis for the course is on applied sanctification.
1.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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In this course you will analyze the Pastoral Epistles, with special focus on issues faced by the early church as well as the 21st century church.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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This course will guide you through the hermeneutical principles basic to interpreting Scripture. Many of these principles are common to language and literature, while others apply uniquely to the Bible. All of them are based on the way in which the Bible interprets itself. You will begin to lay a foundation of cognitive understanding, with an emphasis on practice in applying the principles. Prerequisites: BIB 1114, BIB 1115, and BIB 1120 for undergraduates; graduate students may take this as a graduate school prerequisite.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This course is an historical study of the continued ministry of the risen Christ by the Holy Spirit through the early Christian church as God's instrument for witnessing to the Lord Jesus Christ. You will focus on New Testament principles and methods for evangelization and church growth, with attention being given to historical backgrounds and interpretive problems. This course may serve as a New Testament exegetical book study. Prerequisite: BIB 3420.
3.00
Fall, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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