Online April - June

 

April 2018 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Topics (Focus) (Directives) in Biblical Counseling
 TC-401-OLS / FB-501-OLS / DP-701-OLS
Professor: Dr. David Tyler

SATURDAY APRIL 7, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to help the student apply the more advanced truths of Matthew 7:5 by understanding  the eternal truths upon which Biblical Counseling rests so that they are better equipped to take these truths to others; 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. 

 

Biblical Inspiration Translation
& Hermeneutics  ITH-1510-OLS
Professors:  Dr. Dennis Frey &  Dr. Thomas Baurain

SATURDAY APRIL 14, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: 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; to extend the student’s ability to exegete carefully and accurately any passage of Scripture the Lord may lead him or her to minister from, and to suggest certain helps to make the process more successful; to help the student to apply such knowledge to his or her current ministry. 

 

Drugs, Mental Health and the Biblical Counselor
DM-1502-OLS
Professor: Dr. Kurt Grady

SATURDAY APRIL 21, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  This course will covers the evolution of psychiatry and the DSM's creation of mental illness; the evolution of mental health chemical imbalance theories; and the revolution  in society and the church concerning sin and sickness. 

 

Systematic Theology I  STH-1510-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY APRIL 28, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: This online course presents the student with an opportunity to demonstrate comprehension and general mastery of the two initial  primary issues of Systematic Theology that form the basis of all the other tenants (the Prolegomena and Bibliology), and how these relate to the Bible as a foundational source.  This online course will allow the student to document a mature understanding of the study of Christian doctrine within a coherent framework; will enable the student to identify and describe relevant key doctrinal issues; and also document that knowledge in the context of the student’s current ministry; and finally to allow the student to relate doctrinal truths to a coherent system of thought consistent with the student’s own faith tradition.

 

Essentials (Fundamentals) in Biblical Counseling
 FB-401-OLS / AE-501-OLS / AE-702-OLS
Professor: Dr. David Tyler

SATURDAY APRIL 28, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: To introduce the student to the concepts of multidimensional Biblical counseling. The student will have the opportunity to recognize, identify and recite these concepts, and to recognize important differences with other counseling theories.

 

May 2018 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Historical Geography in the Holy Land HGH-1500 OLS
 Professor: Dr. Misty Jesse

SATURDAY MAY 5, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: This course serves as a general survey to acquaint the student with the geography, culture, history, and peoples of the Holy Land. All of the sites important to the development of the Nation of Israel and the Ministry of Jesus are studied in context with special emphasis on the unique geography of the Holy Land.

 
 

Biblical Role & Function of the Pastor 
FP-1500-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY MAY 5, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll Right Away! 

 

Course Purpose:  The purpose of this course is to introduce the biblical role and function of the pastor in the local church so that the pastor 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. 

 

 

Church Administration 
CA-1501-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY MAY 12, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll Right Away! 

 

Course Purpose:  The purpose of this course is to introduce and expose students to foundational principles of local administration, so that they acquire a basic and introductory knowledge of these principles and are able to identify and describe them, and explain how they apply to their current ministry/job situation.

 

The Book of Revelation  RVL-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Dennis D. Frey

SATURDAY MAY 12, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Description: This seminar format course on The Book of Revelation is designed to introduce the student to the basic structure, general content, and sweeping themes of the Book of Revelation.

 

 

Biblical Research & Writing  RW-1501-OLS
 Professor: Dr. Dennis D. Frey

SATURDAY MAY 19, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Objectives: 1. To present the student with an opportunity to read, research, and then write on the content of the Books of Genesis and Revelation, including a generic overview of the various methods of interpreting the historic and eschatological implications.  2.  To present the student with the basics of good research and writing which will allow him or her to understand the essentials of Bible College level research and writing.  3.  To assist the student to be prepared to research, write on, and then competently teach the Books of Genesis and Revelation in a ministry situation.

 

June 2018 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Philosophy of Ministry  PHM-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY JUNE 2, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: This course will introduce and expose the student to the study of Christian ministry as a calling and a life of service so that he or she acquires a basic and introductory knowledge of ministry, and is able to identify and describe the essential principles of Christian ministry in light of biblical data and a personal and professional stance. 

 

The Book of Romans  ROM-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Dennis D. Frey & Dr. C.W. Stubbs

SATURDAY JUNE 9, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: To lead the student to analyze carefully the theological themes of the book of Romans; to relate those teachings to the Pauline corpus and the overall context of Scripture; to examine the teachings of the book in light of the student’s own theological constructs.

 

 

The Death Process: A Theological Perspective DP-1500-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Anthony Taylor

SATURDAY JUNE 16, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to establish God’s part in and intended plan for every aspect of life, including the end of life (death) in order to properly counsel those experiencing death (either personally or through a relative or friend).

 

The course is not intended to debate bioethical, philosophical or political issues associated with death, but to establish a foundation for competently doing so from a Biblical Christian world view.  This course will equip ythe student with a better foundation from which to understand and speak to the bioethical, philosophical and political issues from God’s perspective as revealed in His Word.

 
 

Mormonism: Historical, Theological, and Evangelistic Survey
MOR-1500-OLS

Professor:  Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY JUNE 23, 2018
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  Cultured, refined, socially acceptable, educationally skilled, evangelistically engaged, and religiously committed -- these are descriptive of the Mormon faith. The looming question for the evangelical community is: Where does the Mormon religion fit? Is Mormonism another denomination within Christendom or is there another dynamic involved? This course explores answers to these question historically and theologically with evangelistic application.
 

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