This course is an introduction to graduate theological education. The course is designed to hone your skills of graduate theological research, reading, and writing. You will learn argumentation, effective reading strategies and how to format your papers.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Brian Arnold


A survey of Genesis to Deuteronomy covering the outstanding features and basic teachings of each book within the broader context of God's total, progressive revelation while discerning practical principles for contemporary Christian living.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John Meade


A survey of Joshua to Song of Solomon covering the outstanding features and basic teachings of each book within the broader context of God's total, progressive revelation while discerning practical principles for contemporary Christian living.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John Meade


A survey of the Prophets covering the outstanding features and basic teachings of each book within the broader context of God's total, progressive revelation, while discerning practical principles for contemporary Christian living.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John Meade


Surveys the Gospels with an overview of the life of Christ while exploring 2nd Temple Judaism and the social worlds of Galilee, Samaria, and Judea. Develops your ability to think biblically by relating theological convictions to personal applications.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John DelHousaye


Surveys Acts & the Pauline Epistles with emphasis on the Jewish and Greco-Roman worlds of the authors, and how their inspired, Jesus-centered teachings form believers today. Develops your ability to relate theological convictions to personal application.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John DelHousaye


Surveys the General Epistles & Revelation with emphasis on the Jewish and Greco-Roman worlds of the authors, and how their inspired, Jesus-centered teachings form believers today. Helps students to relate theological convictions to personal application.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John DelHousaye


A survey of Genesis through Esther, placing each in its historical, cultural, and theological context, with appropriate attention given to its contribution to biblical theology and its relevance to Christian life and doctrine.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. John Meade


Hermeneutics teaches the theory and practice of interpretation. In addition to learning a careful method, this course surveys the history of biblical interpretation and introduces philosophy of language in order to make competent interpreters of Scripture. This course will also teach how to apply the ancient truths of the Bible to the contemporary world.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Brian Arnold


An in-depth study of this book of Hebrew wisdom literature in which the author reflects on the meaning of life. Emphasis is placed on understanding the purpose and message of the book and how it has relevance to our lives today.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Darryl DelHousaye


This course examines the book of Jeremiah giving attention to historical background and critical issues while focusing primarily on detailed literary and theological analysis of its content. Special emphasis is placed on understanding prophetic literature, the relationship between Jeremiah and Kings, and the similarities and contrasts with the message and ministry of Ezekiel.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. J. Michael Thigpen


In this course students are introduced to key figures from church history and theological developments from the Patristic era up to the Reformation. Students will learn how the study of history impacts current theological discussion and church practice.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Brian Arnold


In this course students are introduced to key figures from church history and theological development from the Reformation up to the present day. Students will also learn how the study of history impacts current theological discussion and church practice.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Brian Arnold


This course will equip the student to learn from and minister to men and women of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Malcolm Hartnell


This course provides a foundation for students to develop a personal and church-based approach to Christian witness in both global and local contexts. Students will be introduced to key topics in missiology as well as evangelistic and discipleship concepts that will help them find their place in fulfilling the Great Commission regardless of location.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Malcolm Hartnell


Deal with such challenging issues as homosexuality, abortion, race relations, and euthanasia. This course will teach you how to practically apply God's truth to the toughest issues facing our culture.

Course Design and Lectures by Dr. Wayne Grudem