Category: Undergraduate Bible & Theology

MI 101

Course Description This course is designed to give students a formative and practical framework of the biblical and theological basis for missions including its various methods and practices. Current trends, cross- cultural challenges and evangelism approaches will be discussed. 3 Units.

OT 327

Course Description An analysis of Daniel, emphasizing the character development and the eschatological themes of the Gentile nations and the seventy weeks of Daniel. Included is a discussion of specific prophecies that deal with the Greek empire after Alexander. Attention is given to the literary structure, biblical theology, and application to modern-day culture. We shall …

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NS 110

Course Description This course is a survey of the physical sciences, earth sciences, and life sciences, their historical/philosophical development, and their Biblical roots. The scientific method as a tool for investigating both empirical and historical questions will be examined, along with the limits to scientific inquiry. Principles of science will be introduced for the purpose …

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SS 321

Course Description An interactive study which presents the student with communication theories and interpersonal skills relevant to conflict resolution, including recognizing, understanding, and managing interpersonal and group conflict. 3 Units

AP 313

Course Description Central to all discourse, and therefore challenges to the Christian faith, is understanding both epistemology (knowledge) and ontology (metaphysics). Students will analyze various epistemological views covering topics such as skepticism, justification for belief, the nature of truth, and religious knowledge. Additionally, key metaphysical issues will be analyzed including personhood, association and identity, and …

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OT 209

Course Description A study of the Major and Minor Prophetical Books of the Old Testament (Isaiah—Malachi). Emphasis is on messianic prophecies and how heroes of faith impacted their culture. 3 Units

OT 207

Course Description A study of the Poetical Books of the Old Testament (Job—Song of Solomon). Emphasis is on Old Testament wisdom and worship literature. 3 Units

NT 219

Course Description A study of the Epistles of Paul emphasizing exegetical and expositional analysis of 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. Emphasis is placed on the historical-cultural background, main purposes, and biblical theology of each book, as well as relevant applications to …

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EN 102

Course Description A further development of clear writing and argumentation presented in EN-101. This course focuses on writing college level research papers and assignments. Students will learn the research process from concept to final draft, with emphasis on using proper sources and developing strong thesis statements and evidences for their position. 3 units

BL 352

Course Description A systematic study of the basic grammatical elements of biblical Hebrew, including introduction to the Hebrew language, pronunciation, practice in writing, review of English grammar, vocabulary and full investigation and application of the Hebrew verb system. The student will learn to translate selected passages in the Hebrew Old Testament. ***NOTE: This course has …

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SCS

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