Cross Cultural Communication

Course Description: This course will address principles and processes to understand cross cultural interaction and communications. The course will provide an understanding of the essential components of communication to avoid pitfalls in cross cultural communication that can render ministry ineffective at best and disastrous at worst. It is designed to equip the student with understanding…

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Church History

This is a survey course to introduce the student to the history of the Christian church primarily focusing on renewal and revival movements. This course examines the history of the church as it developed from the apostles to the present era. The course objective is to thoroughly acquaint the student with the historical and theological…

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Worldviews and Contemporary Culture

An exploration of the concept of worldview especially as it affects Christian formation and interaction with contemporary culture. These powerful forces shape the lives of people often without clear reflection or intentionality. A person’s worldview has a huge influence on identity formation. Therefore, it is crucial to increase awareness and purposeful development of our worldview.

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Biblical Language Usage

This course is a basic introduction to the Biblical languages, Greek and Hebrew and to the tools with which the student can study the Scriptures more effectively. Beginning with an appreciation for the nature and challenges of working with the original languages of our Scriptures, the student will be equipped with the skills necessary for…

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NT Greek II

This course is the second introductory course leading to a mastery of the general principles underlying the grammatical and syntactical structure of biblical Greek. The student will continue to lay a strong foundation of basic linguistic skills that enable them to read, translate, and exegete selected passages from the original language of the New Testament…

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NT Greek I

This is the first of two undergraduate courses the student will take toward building a solid foundation in New Testament Greek. Introductory Greek grammar, vocabulary, and translation will be the focus of this first course. This course is designed to get the student into the Greek New Testament as quickly as possible. The student will…

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Science and Religion

Distance Education Course: Examination of Christian science, creationism and other scientific schools of thought. Course Description: This course examines the basic scientific schools of thought of the past and present, with particular attention given to examining how science can, particularly the natural sciences, challenge and contribute to the understanding of the Christian faith and the Bible.

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Philosophical Foundations

Distance Education Course: Examine philosophical and world views such as atheism, agnosticism, dualism, polytheism and contemporary approaches to life. Course Description: The basic philosophical schools of thought of the past and present are presented, with particular attention given to examining the reasonableness of Christianity. Students are challenged with the opportunity of presenting an articulate and reasoned presentation…

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Issues in Counseling

Distance Education Course: Building on the course, Introduction to Christian Counseling, students will address and explain a number of issues in counseling practice. Course Description:  Students will consider the causation of a wide array of personal and interpersonal problems, with particular focus on biological, personal, social, familial and spiritual causes. Students will research and create treatment…

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