New Testament Survey I

BIB 101 | 2 Credit Hours
A survey of the New Testament books from Matthew through Colossians noting their author, date, purpose, content, and people addressed.

New Testament Survey II

BIB 102 | 2 Credit Hours
A survey of the New Testament books from I Thessalonians through Revelation noting their author, date, purpose, content, and people addressed.

Bible and Science

BIB 105 | 2 Credit Hours
This study lays the biblical foundation for creation science with an emphasis on the refutation of the theory of evolution. This course shows how true science points to and is in harmony with the Bible while emphasizing how an evolutionary foundation will lead to a life with no absolutes.

Old Testament Survey I

BIB 201 | 2 Credit Hours
A survey of the Pentateuch and the historical books of the Old Testament, noting authors, dates, and a general overview of content.

Old Testament Survey II

BIB 202 | 2 Credit Hours
A survey of the poetical and prophetic books of the Old Testament, noting authors, dates, and a general overview of content.

Gospel of John

BIB 204 | 2 Credit Hours
A thorough study of the background and content of the Gospel of John from the perspective of the purpose for its writing clearly given in John 20:31.

Hermeneutics

BIB 205 | 2 Credit Hours
A study of the science of interpretation of the Scripture, emphasizing a literal, grammatical, historical approach. Practice in interpretation of texts is stressed.

Dispensations

BIB 206 | 2 Credit Hours
A study of the dispensational method of Biblical interpretation as it relates to history, theology, and hermeneutics.

Pauline Epistles I

BIB 301 | 3 Credit Hours
A comprehensive study of the eschatological and soteriological epistles of Paul the Apostle, including 1 & 2 Thessalonians, Galatians, 1 & 2 Corinthians, and Romans.

Pauline Epistles II

BIB 302 | 3 Credit Hours
A comprehensive study of the Christological and ecclesiological epistles of Paul the Apostle, including Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians, Philippians, 1 & 2 Timothy, and Titus.

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