CE 604.3: Church History II 3 credit hours

A survey of Christendom’s denominations in their development and doctrine. Comparison will be made with New Testament doctrine. This course will cover from the Reformation to the modern times.

BI621.2: Job 2 credit hours

An analytical and expositional study dealing with the everpresent and ageless question, “Why do the godly suffer?” Emphasis will also be made on the theological revelations found in this ancient book. Offered fall semester odd numbered years. Prerequisite: BI 201.2 or equivalent.

BI502.2: Minor Prophets 2 credit hours

The chronological order of the twelve minor prophets is set forth along with the background, theme, date, and author of each book. Each prophet is surveyed noting especially the prophecies of long range importanChristian Education

BI509.2: Hermeneutics 2 credit hours

A study of the science of Biblical interpretation following the dispensational approach with emphasis on the literal, historical, and grammatical method of interpretation. Some difficult passages are given special attention.

BI512.2: Soteriology 2 credit hours

A systematic study of the Biblical doctrine of salvation. Includes a study of some of the great doctrinal words like repentance, election, faith, adoption, regeneration, sanctification, and so on.

BI516.3: Greek Exegesis: General Epistles 3 credit hours

A study of the principles of exegesis with a practical application to the texts of various New Testament books with special emphasis given to the preservation of the results of exegesis in each class. Prerequisite: BI 316.3 or equivalent.

BI517.3: Greek Exegesis: Romans 3 credit hours

A study of the principles of exegesis with a practical application to the texts of various New Testament books with special emphasis given to the preservation of the results of exegesis in each class. Prerequisite: BI 316.3 or equivalent.