Bachelor's Level Courses

Apologetics AP-401

The purpose of this course is to introduce the nature and contents of Apologetics so that the student can identify key challenges to Christianity and describe ways of responding to rival truth claims.

 

Approved Readings AR-401
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the studied discipline.

 

Bible Teaching Practicum BT-301
This course provides an opportunity for the student to become acquainted with the basic fundamentals of teaching a particular Bible subject.

 

Biblical Basis for Counseling BD-401
The purpose of this course is to increase the student’s appreciation for the Bible as an adequate handbook for the human mind, and to supply the student with a foundational system for using the Bible as a counseling model.

 

Biblical Basis for Family Life FL-301
This course provides an overview of the Biblical basis for the study of family. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Biblical Basis for Prayer PY-301
This course provides an overview of the Biblical basis for the study of prayer. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Biblical Directionism Counseling I BA-201
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the Bible as an adequate handbook for the human mind, and to supply the student with a basic system for using the Bible as a counseling model.

 

Biblical Foundation for American Law AL-401
This course documents that America’s historical record is replete with evidence that the Ten Commandments have directly and indirectly influenced America’s founders, leaders, system of government and legal code.

 

Biblical Prophecy BP-301

This course provides an overview of the Biblical basis for the study of prophecy. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Biblical Research & Writing RW-401
The purpose of this course (utilizing the Books of Genesis and Revelation), is to present the student with an opportunity to develop, polish and demonstrate the ability to do research and writing at the college level in a Biblical context.

 

Biblical Role and Function of the Pastor FP-401
To introduce the biblical role and function of the pastor in the local church so that he/she can stand on "biblical foundation" in the performance of that role and function. This course is designed to focus the student on the pastoral role in light of scriptural teaching so as to overcome the many erroneous and damaging philosophies of pastoring. This course also discusses pastoral development, families, and potential traps and pitfalls.

 

Biblical Template for Counseling Hurting Women HW-401
To introduce and expose the student to a Biblical model for counseling hurting women; to offer the student the opportunity to explore a Biblical model for training others to counsel hurting women; to examine and analyze the competing truth claims of the world which have led so many women to accept a spiritually, mentally and physically destructive life-style.

 

Bioethics BE-401
To lay a general foundation for the understanding of the overall issues which arise from the science of biology as it relates to the major themes of human civilization and society as a whole. To present the student with a clear line of reasoning regarding a biblical approach to the questions concerning the research and application of the possibilities derived from advances in the biological sciences as they potentially apply to human life.

 

Chaplaincy in Law Enforcement CHP-400
The purpose of this course is to introduce the practitioner to differences and commonalities of Chaplains in Law Enforcement ministries and the different aspects of how Chaplains work in those organizations.

 

Christian History of the United States CH-401
To give a properly balanced and unapologetically Christian perspective on the history of the United States, and in so doing establish the true influence of the Christian Faith upon the formation and development of the nation as a whole.

 

Comparative Analysis I CA -201
To encourage the student to complete a basic comparative analysis of the foundational premises of humanistic psychology as contrasted against an analysis of the human person from a biblical perspective.

 

Comparative Analysis II CA-401
To encourage the student to complete a comparative and critical analysis of the foundational premises of humanistic psychology as contrasted against an analysis of the human person from a biblical perspective.

 

Counseling Practicum CP-1520
This course will serve as the counseling program capstone for the student who has completed all of the other academic requirements for the Biblical Counseling degree program.

 

Counseling the Woman of Trauma CW-201
Therefore, this course is to help the student (regardless of their counseling skill level), learn insights into counseling the woman traumatized by abortion and/or different forms of abuse, including sexual abuse.

 

Constitutionality of the Chaplaincy CHP-401
The purpose of this course is to introduce chaplaincy as a ministry and the right to practice the free exercise of religion according to the Constitution of the United States of America.

 

Developing Pastoral Skills PS-401
To introduce to the pastor specific skills he will need to minister to, and bring freedom to, those members of his congregation who are hurting and dysfunctional.

 

Evangelism from a Biblical Perspective EV-301

This course provides an overview of the Biblical basis for the study of evangelism. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Evidences for Biblical Inspiration BI-201
This course provides the student with an opportunity to examine the internal evidences for the validity of the Bible as its own source of confirmation of Divine inspiration, and challenges the student to analyze these internal evidences critically and competently.

 

Fundamentals of Biblical Counseling I FB-201

This course will introduce the student to the fundamentals of biblical counseling. The student will have the opportunity to recognize, identify and recite these concepts.

 

Fundamentals of Biblical Counseling II FB-401
The purpose of this course is to expand the student’s understanding of the fundamentals of multidimensional biblical (nouthetic) counseling. The student will have the opportunity to recognize, identify and recite these concepts.

 

Fundamentals of Spiritual Warfare SW-201
This course will introduce and expose the student to a genuinely biblical study of spiritual warfare within the context of the Christian life so that they acquire a basic and introductory knowledge regarding the nature of spiritual warfare.

 

Genesis GN-401
This course is designed to present and expose students to the study of the book of Genesis as a whole; to enable students to recognize and interpret individual characters; to evaluate biblical teaching about origins and to examine the initial periods in the unfolding of God's covenant of grace; to apply that knowledge in the students' ministry.

 

Inspiration, Translation & Hermeneutics IH-401

The purpose of this course is to introduce and expose the student to the basic elements of biblical inspiration, translation and hermeneutics; to encourage the student to identify and describe some of the primary shortcomings in many modern English translations.

 

Intelligent Design Biology ID-101

The purpose of this course is to increase the student’s understanding of the key philosophical, theological, and biological issues dealing with living organisms at the cellular and molecular level and how these findings logically necessitate an intelligent designer (the Creator God) and a personal God. 

 

Introduction to Biblical Research & Writing RW-201
The purpose of this course is to present the student with an opportunity to demonstrate the ability to do research and writing at the entry (Associate level) college level in a Biblical context.

 

Introduction to Counseling Theology I CT-201
To introduce the student to the broad scope of topics in the discipline of Systematic Theology and the relevance of these topics to the work of biblical counseling.

 

Introduction to Counseling Theology II CT-401
To broaden the student’s understanding concerning the wide range of topics in the discipline of Systematic Theology and the relevance of these topics to the work of Biblical counseling.

 

Introduction to Critical Inquiry CI-401
This is an introductory course that deals with the general issues regarding critical inquiry, with an emphasis on the theory and practice of critical thinking within the context of a Christian world-view. Students will be informed on the fundamental issues related to the practice of critical inquiry, and exposed to the reasons why such inquiry is essential to the discovery of truth.

 

Introduction to General Epistles GE-201
This is an introductory course that exposes the student to the general content, meaning and purpose of the New Testament Books classified as General Epistles.

 

Introduction to Major Prophets MP-201
This is an introductory course that exposes the student to the general content, meaning and purpose of the Old Testament Books classified as the Major Prophets.

 

Introduction to New Testament Theology NTh-201
The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the study of New Testament theology, and to enable the student to understand basic issues related to New Testament theology,

 

Introduction to Pregnancy Counseling PC-201
This course will introduce and expose the student to the basic concepts of pro-life counseling; offer the student the opportunity to understand what the Bible says about being pro-life; and instruct the student about pregnancy and abortion so that the student will understand why a woman may choose abortion.

 

Introduction to Romans RM-201
To introduce the student to the theological themes of the book of Romans; to relate those teachings to rest of Paul’s writings and the overall context of Scripture; to examine the teachings of the book in light of the student’s own doctrinal background.

 

Introduction to Systematic Theology ST-401
The purpose of this course is to introduce and expose the student to a basic study of Christian doctrine within a coherent framework; to enable the student to identify and describe key doctrinal issues.

 

Introduction to the Gospels GP-101
Introduction to the Gospels 101 is an entry level course designed to acquaint the student with a generic overview of the content of the four New Testament Gospels.

 

Marriage and Family Counseling I MC-201
This course will introduce the student to a biblical approach to Marriage and Family counseling so that the student will acquire the basic knowledge of the biblical conceptions of family roles and interpersonal relationships.

 

Marriage and Family Counseling II MF-401
The purpose of this course is to further expose the student to a biblical approach to Marriage and Family counseling so that the student will acquire the basic knowledge of the biblical conceptions of family roles and interpersonal relationships, and be able to trace the importance of these data and interpret them in terms of the counseling process.

 

Medical Aspects of Pregnancy & Abortion MA-201
This course will introduce and expose the student to basic medical knowledge of both pregnancy and abortion, describing both pregnancy and abortion procedures in a medically accurate fashion so that the student will better understand and be able to effectively discuss how a normal pregnancy progresses.

 

Metrics for Biblical Research & Writing - MRW-413

Course Purpose:  The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a venue through which his or her ability to do independent Biblical research and writing may be measured.  Such measurements (metrics) will demonstrate research skills, English composition skills, Biblical interpretive skills, and the ability to combine such skills in order to present Biblical truth in a textually, historically, and theologically accurate manner.

 

Ministering to Men After Abortion MA-401
This course will introduce the student to the concept of post-abortion stress in fathers who have lost a child to abortion. It will highlight the need to introduce and expand ministries to men within the body of Christ.

 

New Testament Introduction NT-101
New Testament Introduction 101 is an entry level course designed to acquaint the student with a generic overview of the content of the New Testament.

 

New Testament NT-401
The purpose of this course is to present and expose the student to the study of the New Testament as a whole; to enable the student to recognize and interpret individual characters, the purpose and theme of each New Testament book and the relation of the Old Testament to the New Testament; to apply that knowledge in the student’s ministry and to lead the student to examine carefully the various interpretive options in New Testament studies.

 

New Testament Survey NT-201
The purpose of this course is to broaden the student’s knowledge of the New Testament as a whole; to consider the purpose and theme of each New Testament, and examine the various interpretive options in New Testament studies.

 

New Testament Theology NTh-401
The purpose of this course is to expose the student to a wider study of New Testament theology; to enable the student to master basic issues related to New Testament theology, and to familiarize the student with the distinctive theological character of individual New Testament writings and of the New Testament as a whole; to apply that knowledge in the student's ministry.

 

Old Testament Introduction OT-101
Old Testament Introduction 101 is an entry level course designed to acquaint the student with a generic overview of the content of the Old Testament.

 

Old Testament OT-401
This course is intended to provide the student a general understanding of the Old Testament; to provide a general understanding of the purpose and theme of each of those books; and to establish a wider doctrinal comprehension of the Old Testament.

 

Old Testament Survey OT-201
To give the student a topical understanding of the Old Testament; to provide a general understanding of the purpose and theme of each of those books.

 

Orientation OR-UG
The purpose of this course is to help ensure that the student will begin his or her study program at Master’s with the basic information needed to move successfully toward graduation. For this reason, this course is mandatory of all new students.

 

Overview of Genesis GN-101
The course, Overview of Genesis is designed to introduce the student to the basic structure, general content, and sweeping themes of the Book of Genesis.

 

Overview of Psalms PS-101
This entry level course will acquaint the student with the general content and themes of the Book of Psalms.

 

Post-Abortion Counseling PA-401
The purpose of this course is to bring the student face-to-face with the literal realities concerning all of the major issues related to post-abortion trauma for both a woman and a man, and to prepare the student to become competent to counsel the post-abortive using a proven biblical approach.

 

Premarital Counseling PM-401
This course will introduce the student to the importance of premarital counseling for marital preparation and the role of the church and its ministers in this process.

 

Principles of Administration POA-401
This course will introduce and expose the student to the study of administration so that he or she may acquire a knowledge of the administrative process and are able to identify and describe the essential principles of administrative leadership for the church/Christian organization.

 

Readings in Biblical Counseling I CR-201

This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Biblical Counseling.

 

Readings in Biblical Counseling II CR-202
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Biblical Counseling.

 

Readings in Biblical Counseling III CR-401
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Biblical Counseling.

 

Readings in Biblical Counseling IV CR-402
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Biblical Counseling.

 

Readings in Biblical Preaching BPR-401
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Biblical Preaching.

 

Readings in Life-Issues I RL-201
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Life-issues counseling.

 

Readings in Life-Issues II RL-401
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Life-issues Counseling.

 

Readings in Pastoral Ministry RP-401
This course allows the professor to assign specific readings intended to broaden and strengthen the student in the area of the study of Pastoral Ministry.

 

Readings in Biblical Counseling III CR-401
The purpose of this course is to introduce and expose students to the additional insights and developments in the practice of Biblical counseling so as to better prepare the student to more competently and biblically counsel the people of God.

 

Readings in Biblical Counseling IV CR-402
The purpose of this course is to introduce and expose students to the additional insights and developments in the practice of Biblical counseling so as to better prepare the student to more competently and biblically counsel the people of God.

 

Readings in Biblical Preaching BPR-401
The purpose of this course is to introduce and expose students to the additional elements and principles of Biblical preaching so they can expand their knowledge of how to prepare and deliver biblical messages using a variety of delivery techniques and designs.

 

Role & Function of the Healthy Healing Church HC-401
The purpose of this course is to explore the biblical and experiential components that go into developing and leading a local church that is healthy and offers hope and healing to the lost and hurting.

 

Summary of Hebrews HB-301

Summary of Hebrews is an undergraduate level course designed to acquaint the student with an overview of the content of the Book of Hebrews.

 

Summary of the Doctrine of Salvation SL101
This course provides a summary of the foundational requisites for the doctrine of Salvation. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Summary of the Doctrine of Sin SN-101
This course provides a summary of the foundational requisites for the doctrine of Sin. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations Though not ignored provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Summary of the Doctrine of the Trinity TR-101
This course provides a summary of the foundational requisites for the doctrine of the Trinity. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Survey of Daniel DN-301
Survey of Daniel is an undergraduate level course designed to acquaint the student with an overview of the content of the Book of Daniel.

 

Survey of Exodus EX-301
Survey of Exodus is an undergraduate level course designed to acquaint the student with an overview of the content of the Book of Exodus.

 

Survey of the Acts of the Apostles AA-101
Survey of the Acts of the Apostles101 is an entry level course designed to acquaint the student with a generic overview of the content of the Acts of the Apostles.

 

Survey of the Book of Revelation RV-101
The course, Survey of Revelation is designed to introduce the student to the basic structure, general content, and sweeping themes of the Book of Revelation.

 

Synopsis of Ecclesiology EC-101
This course provides a synopsis of the foundational requisites for the Biblical basis for the study of Ecclesiology (the study of the Church). Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

The Biblical Doctrine of Judgment JM-301
This course provides an overview of the Biblical basis for the study of Doctrine of Judgment. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations, while not ignored provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

The Church:  How Jesus Builds It CB-401
Course Purpose:  To present to the student a totally biblical approach to church growth as opposed to the business/cultural approach too often preferred by those unfamiliar with the power of God to honor His Word. To use the Scriptures to present the means and methods by which Christ builds His church. To assist the student in exploring the timeless and unchanging biblical principles for church growth.

 

Topics in Biblical Counseling I TC-201

This course will demonstrate to the student how apply the truth of Matthew 7:5 by applying the eternal truths upon which Biblical Counseling rests to themselves first so they are better equipped to take these truths to others.

 

Topics in Biblical Counseling II TC-401
The purpose of this course it to build a practical foundation for the students to enable them to identify those issues in themselves which are germane to the work they do with others; to give the student an opportunity to experience, first hand, the process of growth that future counselees will need to experience for their own growth; to build an appreciation for a disciplined approach to the sanctification process; to allow the student to experience the application of the Word of God to specific problems.

 

Understanding Biblical Creation BC-201
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to well respected and peer-reviewed research and writing related to biblical creation as a reasonable and viable foundation for human origins.

 

Understanding Christ’s Second Coming SC-301
This course provides an overview of the Biblical teachings concerning the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Biblical References are largely emphasized, while doctrinal foundations though not ignored, provide only the framework for Biblical evidences.

 

Understanding Joshua and Judges JJ-301
The course, overview of Joshua and Judges is designed to introduce the student to the basic structure, general content, and sweeping themes of the Books of Joshua and Judges.

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