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We train people in biblical doctrine while teaching them to discern the moving of the Holy Spirit.
First year students receive a Diploma of Biblical Theology (Dip. BT) with training in unique once–a–week topic format. The development of the first year is to ground the student in the basics of biblical doctrine, providing avenues for ministry as an understanding of who they are in Christ is developed.
Year I students, campus and online, meet on Tuesday nights from 7:00-9:00 PM EST.
An introduction to the authorship and contents of the New Testament books
Special attention will be given to important persons, places, events, as well as to key chapters in the New Testament revelation.
This course is structured to help the student interpret New Testament biblical passages in their proper context. Within the New Testament, there are insights to mankind, teachings for virtuous living, truths about the Savior, and principles for living an abundant life for Christ. The student will also be challenged to evaluate traditional and critical options of interpretation.
Textbook: A Popular Survey of the New Testament by Norman L. Geisler
A study of the significance, power, and benefits of the covenant of promise between God and believers; a realization of the seriousness of God’s covenant agreement with man and the great effort God put forth to secure man in Himself for eternity
Most Christians today have little to no understanding of the power of the blood covenant in Jesus Christ. This course will solidify the depth of the covenant and the intent of God as He bound Himself to man through blood.
Textbook: The Power of the Blood Covenant by Malcolm Smith
A discovery of how to hear the voice of God and how to experience fellowship with God
Students will learn how to identify, recognize, and ‘tune in to’ the voice of God. Students will be introduced to various ways God chooses to communicate with His children such as through journaling, visualizing, and meditation. This course will develop a hunger and an appreciation for fellowship and communion with God.
Textbook: Dialogue with God by Mark Virkler
This course will familiarize the student with the major events of the life of Jesus Christ while He was on the earth from the viewpoint of the Synoptic Gospels. Emphasis will be placed on the historical, social, religious, political, and cultural backgrounds of that period in history.
By understanding the life and ministry of Jesus, students will be better equipped and more confident in sharing the truth of the Gospel with others.
Textbook: Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus by Lois Tverberg
This course will present basic facts about the Bible and give students several methods by which to organize his/her study.
Students will be introduced to various tools of study to be used in cooperation with the Bible. Special emphasis will be given to Strong’s Concordance.
Textbook: Rick Warren’s Bible Study Methods by Rick Warren
Textbook: The New Strong's Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible