A Diploma of Advanced Biblical Studies (Dip. ABS) is the goal for second year students. With a proven understanding of their position in Christ, the student is further trained in biblical theology, combining academic instruction and practical ministry. The student is encouraged at this level to have a more active involvement in the local church and to seek ministry opportunities outside the local church to perfect ministerial skills while still in a somewhat supervised environment.
An introduction to the authorship and contents of the Old Testament books
Special attention will be given to important persons, places and events, as well as to key chapters in the Old Testament revelation.
This course will survey the literature, events, and message of the Old Testament, including the organization, historical context, and basic geography of the Old Testament. The student will also be exposed to the foundation that the Old Testament lays for the New Testament and how the promise of the coming Messiah sets the stage for the New Testament.
A detailed study concerning the meaning and typical teachings of all the various parts of the Tabernacle with consideration to its construction, structure, furniture, and arrangement; a discovery of how the Tabernacle was designed and patterned by God to present Jesus Christ
The Tabernacle is a compelling and indispensable visual aid for explaining Christ’s work on the Cross.
A foundational course that surveys basic doctrines of the church with special attention given to key terms, concepts, and biblical texts
This study will include, but is not limited to subjects such as soteriology, the doctrine of the Trinity, hamartiology, ecclesiology, eschatology, the doctrine of God, the doctrine of Jesus, and the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.
Christianity is rooted in Judaism. Christians cannot exist without Judaism. Before Jesus became a Christian Lord He was a Jewish brother. The Life and Ministry of Jesus Part II is a study of the Synoptic Gospels with a consideration of Judaism in the life of Jesus and how that influences His Christian disciples today.
A discovery of the Kingdom authority bestowed upon a believer by the Lord Jesus Christ at the moment of salvation; a course to help the student realize their covenant rights in Christ as a believer and how to operate out of His authority to live in victory; a study to develop students as ambassadors of the Lord Jesus and to live out of the promises of God’s Word
Students will learn how to walk in the authority of Christ, stand on the Word of God, and minister in the power of Jesus’ name with confidence and without fear or intimidation.
A Diploma of Theological Historical Studies (Dip. THS) is awarded to all students completing the third year of study. The theology and church history concentration leads the student into a topical, systematic, and historical approach to theology. This program enables students to develop their knowledge and understanding of Christian heritage and thought, to see their personal faith and ministry in a broader context, and develop their ministerial leadership identity and skills.
The study program of KINEO IV awards the Diploma of Christian Ministry (Dip. CM). This program will take the student’s leadership training to the next level by building on what the student has learned from previous years of study. A student will add to his/her skill-set as they continue to grow and minister as effective leaders. With a focus on developing ministry skills, leadership skills, and deeper biblical knowledge, the student will be confident and fully able to make an impact in the world around them. The student will be better equipped to lead, administer ministries within the church, and contribute to the development of other believers in the body.