Fall 2015—Session 1August 17 - September 26
Enrollment begins» July 27
What on Earth is God Doing?
An examination of the ultimate purpose of history. Designed to acquaint the student with an understanding of why events in history happened as they did in the past, why the world is where it is today, and what will happen in the future. The student will be equipped to explain biblically why events occurred in history and what the purpose of life on earth is.
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.
An overview of unfulfilled prophetic events revealed in Scripture, with particular focus on the Rapture, the Tribulation Period, the Second Coming of Christ, the Millennium, and the New Heavens and New Earth. Designed to acquaint the student with the “big picture” of end-time prophecy, as well as certain, specific related issues. The student will be encouraged to use the topic of future events as a discussion opener when sharing his faith.
Fall 2015—Session 2October 12 - November 21
Enrollment begins» Sept. 21
Survey the Major Prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel with particular attention to their messianic and prophetic teaching.
Examine the struggle of Hebrew Christians in the first century in this book rich in Old Testament teaching.
Between the Testaments
Discover what happened from the end of the Old Testament to the beginning of the New Testament as you survey the historical events in Judea from the restoration (536 B.C) to the destruction of the Temple (70 A.D.).
The Promised Land for a Chosen People
A study of the land of Canaan and its important relationship to the nation of Israel and its calling. It will focus on God’s selection of Canaan, an overview of the features and changes to the land, Israel’s deed to the land, Israel’s removal from the land, Israel’s present restoration to the land, and Israel’s future restoration to the land. It is designed to acquaint the student with the important role the land has played in the development, chastisement, and ministry of Israel. The student will be encouraged to use this material to better understand God’s program for Israel as His servant to minister to the spiritual needs of the world..