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Division: Graduate

In this course you will explore the major divisions of theology (Prolegomena), the doctrine of the Bible (Bibliology), the doctrine of God (Theology Proper), the doctrine of Christ (Christology), and the doctrine of last things (Eschatology). You will gain experience in integrating what you learn into real world situations and in understanding how theological concepts are expressed differently across cultures.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Graduate
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In this course you will explore those areas of theology especially relating to and serving as the foundation for the sanctification and Christian growth of the believer. Areas studied will include the doctrine of man (Anthropology), the doctrine of sin (Hamartiology), the doctrine of salvation (Soteriology), the doctrine of the Holy Spirit (Pneumatology), and the doctrine of church (Ecclesiology). The course particularly focuses on God's plan of transforming you into Christ's likeness and helping you experience godly living in today's world.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Graduate
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In this course you will investigate and evaluate the different prominent boundaries and perspectives within Evangelical theology and locate yourself within them. You will interact in-depth with selected contemporary theological issues in global Christianity which are encountered in the realities of cross-cultural ministry. Prerequisites: The 6310 and THE 6320
3.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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This course will guide you in a critical investigation of the doctrine of the afterlife, including a discussion of the views of world religions and several "Christian" cults, with particular emphasis being given to the biblical data on heaven and hell. Special attention will be devoted to the evangelical doctrine of the afterlife, to recently proposed alternatives to the orthodox views, and to implications for your missiological responsibilities.
3.00
Fall
Graduate
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You will examine various approaches to ethical decision-making and evaluate them against the teaching of Scripture. The goal of the course is to prepare you to deal with ethical issues which arise in Christian ministry, whether in the local church or in an intercultural setting. Issues examined will include capital punishment, just war theory, abortion, stem cell research, cloning, euthanasia, and physician-assisted killing.
3.00
Fall
Graduate
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This course offers you an introduction to the area of Christian apologetics. Special attention will be given to the analysis and evaluation of outstanding models of apologetics, problem areas, common objections made to the Christian faith, and evangelistic strategies in the postmodern world.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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A faculty member will direct your study as you participate in a seminar or pursue research in an area of special interest.
1.00-3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Graduate
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Division: Undergraduate

This course offers you an introduction to ministering to youth in today's culture. You will study the fundamentals of youth ministry in a variety of settings, as well as an overview of adolescent development and a survey of careers in youth ministry.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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In this course you will focus on primary care through a combination of knowledge development, skill development, and realistic scenario practice to make sure you have the confidence to provide care when emergency situations arise. An additional activity fee is charged for course materials and certification fee.
1.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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This course is designed to introduce you to technical rock climbing and to provide you with the skills and knowledge to safely participate, teach, and supervise this recreational activity. You will be exposed to bouldering and top-rope climbing. Topics will include personal preparedness, equipment selection, knot tying, top-rope anchors, low impact practices, and safety. An additional activity fee is charged for equipment use and climbing fees.
1.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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