Spring 2015—Session 1January 26 - March 7
Enrollment begins» January 5
Daniel / Revelation
Study the two apocalyptic books and their rich teaching with attention to their relationship to each other.
Jewish History: Ancient
An introductory survey of the historical movements of Israel from its birth in the book of Genesis to modern times. The class will equip the student with a deeper knowledge of Israel’s history and develop an appreciation for God’s protection and preservation over His people from past until modern times.
Study the Old Testament prophecies of the coming Messiah and their fulfillment during Christ's first and second coming.
Survey of Bible Doctrine I
This course is designed to explore the major doctrines of the Bible that are foundational for Christian living and study. The required reading and systematic biblical analysis will include important areas of theology, including God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Bible, angels, Satan and demons. The course will provide a general, yet careful, survey of these doctrines and their impact on what we believe and how we respond in our daily lives.
Spring 2015—Session 2March 23 - May 2
Enrollment begins» March 2
Jewish History: Modern
Study the formation of the modern state of Israel, from the return of the Jewish people to the formation of nation, its wars and relationship to the Arab people.
Making Christ Known
This course examines the gospel message of Jesus Christ and key elements of the Christian faith. Consideration will be given to how one should communicate his/her faith in light of the various backgrounds of other people. This course is not designed to teach a particular method of sharing one’s faith, but rather to identify the essential components of faith that should be shared, encouraging the student to develop the ability to share his/her faith in the context of everyday life. Students will be challenged to develop and utilize their own personal testimony to make Christ known to others.
Survey of Bible Doctrine II
This course is designed to explore the major doctrines of the Bible that are foundational for Christian living and study. The required reading and systematic biblical analysis will include important areas of theology including man, sin, salvation, the church, and the future. The course will provide a general, yet careful survey of these doctrines and their impact on what we believe and how we respond in our daily lives.
Biblical Interpretation Makes a Difference
This course is designed to help the student learn how to understand the Bible from God’s perspective. Key to the process is what literal interpretation and the progress of revelation mean for reading and interpreting the Bible correctly. In addition, issues such as context, figures of speech, symbols, genre, and the specific area of prophecy will be dealt with relative to literal interpretation. The course will provide a framework for Bible study and interpretation which is often called Dispensationalism.