Fall 2016 - Session 1August 15 - September 24
Enrollment begins» July 25
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.
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.
God's Unique Relationship with Israel
Study God's purpose for Israel, His covenants with Israel and how they have directed God's dealings with Israel throughout history.
Fall 2016 - Session 2October 10 - November 19
Enrollment begins» Sept 19
Jewish Culture & Customs
Examine the Jewish religion, its feasts, lifecycle, worship and dietary laws along with other customs and observations.
Designed to provide the student with an introductory examination and understanding of the Minor Prophets as presented in the Bible. The course will cover the history, date, author, and purpose of each of the 12 books in the Minor Prophets. Special attention will be given to how the prophet’s revelation is fulfilled in the Messiah and end-time prophecy.
Acts-Galatians: Transitional Problems in the Early Church
A study of the book of Acts and selected passages from the Pauline Epistles, with a view to understanding the transitional issues and problems encountered by the early church. The original apostolic solutions will be examined, as well as the present-day ramifications of those problems and solutions.