BI-101-1 The Pentateuch
BI-101-2 The Historical Books
BI-102-1 The Poetical Books
BI-102-2 The Major Prophets
BI-103-1 The Minor Prophets
BI-103-2 The Gospels & Acts
BI-104-1 The New Testament: Romans through Hebrews
BI-104-2 The New Testament: James through Revelation
THEO-103-2 Angelology and Demonology
THEO-104-1 Eschatology I
THEO-104-2 Eschatology II
Christian Life and Service
CLS-101-1 The Biblical Family
CLS-101-2 Personal Evangelism
CLS-102-1 How to Teach the Bible
CLS-103-1 Church History
CLS-103-2 World Religions & Cults
CLS-104-1 The Holy Land – Its Customs and Geography
CLS-104-2 The Creation-Evolution Controversy
BI-101-1 The Pentateuch (1 unit) The Mosaic writings begin with the creation and conclude with God’s care for Israel through the wilderness experience. Basic to the appreciation of all the Scriptures, this is a course in beginnings.
BI-101-2 The Historical Books (1 unit1) Covering the material from Joshua through Esther, this study follows the development and decline of Israel as a nation. God’s dealings with His people serve to instruct and guide mankind today.
BI-102-1 The Poetical Books (1 unit) What constitutes Hebrew poetry? Why are the books of job through the Song of Solomon and Lamentations classified as poetic? Much of a devotional nature is packed into this course.
BI-102-2 The Major Prophets (1 unit) The books of Isaiah through Daniel are called “major” generally because of the length of their writings. Their messages were significant to the people of their time and also to today’s thinking people.
BI-103-1 The Minor Prophets (1 unit) These are the twelve books which follow Daniel and close the Old Testament. The twelve together are shorter than one book of Isaiah, but the impact of their collective message is very great.
BI-103-2 The Gospels and Acts (1 unit) Why are there four gospels and why only four? This course will cover the life, ministry, and words of the Lord Jesus Christ from four perspectives. Also studies will follow the establishment of the church and its growth.
BI-104-1 The New Testament – Romans through Hebrews (1 unit) Paul’s writings to the church will be examined and applied.
BI-104-2 The New Testament – James through Revelation (1 unit) The study of the general epistles and the Revelation will complete the book-by-book survey of the Word of God.
THEO-101-1 Theology (1 unit) Theology Proper is the study of God. The personality and attributes of the Godhead will be presented along with the Scripture doctrine of the Trinity.
THEO-101-2 Anthropology (1 unit) The study of the doctrine of man is necessary for the Christian to understand both himself and his relationship to God and other men.
THEO-102-1 Soteriology (1 unit) Soteriology is that branch of Christian doctrine that deals with salvation. The work of the Lord Jesus Christ in procuring redemption is the theme of the course.
THEO-102-2 Ecclesiology (1 unit) This course presents an analysis of the true church, the body of Christ and the organized church, a body of believers. The function of the church in reaching the lost and in teaching saints is examined.
THEO-103-1 Bibliology (1 unit) In studying the doctrine of the Scriptures the student will be exposed to the supernatural character of the bible and its manifest unity. Hermeneutics, or principles of interpretation, will be illustrated, and some current translations will be evaluated.
THEO-103-2 Angelology & Demonology (1 unit) Beings other than God and men are revealed and discussed in the Scriptures. This course endeavors to learn what we are told about the good and evil spirits in God’s economy.
THEO-104-1 Eschatology I (1 unit) This course is taken in conjunction over a year with THEO-104-2. See description below.
THEO-104-2 Eschatology II (1 unit) In a year of study in the doctrine of future things the student is presented with the fact of fulfilled prophecy as well as the predictions of unfulfilled prophecy. An amazingly large portion of the Bible is devoted to the revelation of future events and many are especially significant to today’s events.
Christian Life and Service
CLS-101-1 The Biblical Family (2units) the Christian family is under attack as never before. In order to defend it, we need to understand what God says about it. Find out what the bible says about courtship, marriage, sex, child-rearing, family finance, etc.
CLS-101-2 Personal Evangelism (1 unit) The objectives, hazards, and rewards of personal soul-winning will be set forth. Objections and excuses will be examined. Laboratory situations will be simulated.
CLS-102-1 How to Teach the Bible (1 unit) This is a study of the methodology for disseminating the truth of God’s Word in congregation, classes, or individual instruction. There will be some emphasis on homiletics.
CLS-102-2 Apologetics (1 unit) The explosion of man’s knowledge about the world has expanded the resources of this study. History, archaeology, mathematics, astronomy, linguistics, and other disciplines demonstrate the validity of the Scripture.
CLS-103-1 Church History (1 unit) It is difficult to assess the importance of the church in society without some knowledge of the path that had been traversed. This brief overview includes meeting a number of God’s spiritual giants of earlier days.
CLS-103-2 World Religions & Cults (1 unit) How can one distinguish between denominations, sects, and cults? How do the world’s largest religions conflict with basic Christian principles? This course is concise, but it furnishes an overview of some very important material.
CLS-104-1 The Holy Land – Its Customs & Geography (1 unit) The bible was written over 2000 years ago in a Middle Eastern culture. To understand it, one needs to understand the customs and geography of Biblical peoples. The information taught in this course makes it easy to understand what would otherwise be obscure passages.
CLS-104-2 The Creation-Evolution Controversy (1 unit) This study confronts the student with the far-reaching implications of evolution and its detrimental effects on evangelism. The foundational nature of Genesis is investigated and demonstrated.