Online July - September

 

July 2017 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Biblical Apologetics  BAP-1510-OLS
 Professors:  Dr. Dennis Frey &  Dr. Thomas Baurain

SATURDAYJULY 8, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

The purpose of this course is to develop the student’s understanding of the requisite issues in the study of Apologetics; to enable the student to identify key terms and describe essential issues of Apologetics and to apply Apologetic methodology to contemporary challenges; to offer the student the opportunity to explore significant challenges to the Christian faith and apologetic responses to those challenges; to examine and analyze

 

Biblical Preaching and Personal Holiness BP-1501-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Ray Parker

 SATURDAY JULY 22, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  This course focuses on how preaching is effective in leading Christians toward maturity. Messages on Christian growth and sanctification will be modeled, and there will be instructional elements dealing especially with the dynamics of preaching in the local church.  

 

Content & Chronology of  the Old Testament  OT-1500-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY JULY 22, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: The purpose of this component is to provide the advanced student with an opportunity to present the Old Testament as a series of pictures which represent a continuous scene from the initial creation of the current heavens and earth to the return of the exiles to the Land of Israel. 

 

 

August 2017 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Role & Function of the Healthy, Healing Church  HC-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 2017
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 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. 

 

 

Theology of Biblical Counseling
 CT-401-OLS / AT-501-OLS / AT-702-OLS
Professor: Dr. David Tyler

SATURDAY AUGUST 19, 2017
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 present to the more advanced student to the broader scope of topics in the discipline of Systematic Theology and the relevance of these topics to the work of biblical counseling. 

 

Developing Pastoral Skills DPS-1500-OLS
Professor:   Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY AUGUST 19, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll Right Away! 

Course Purpose:  The purpose of this course 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. Realizing that individuals, families and churches are in conflict, this course is designed to equip the pastor to be effective in developing emotionally and spiritually healthy individuals, churches and families. 

 

Systematic Theology II  STH-1520-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY AUGUST 26, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Component Purpose: This online course presents the student with an opportunity to demonstrate comprehension and general mastery of the ten (10) primary issues of Systematic Theology that form the basis of doctrine, 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. 

 

September 2017 - All times are Central U.S.A. Unless Otherwise Noted.

Content & Chronology of  the New Testament  NT-1500-OLS
Professors: Drs. Dennis Frey & Ronald Frazier

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: 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.

 

RESTORING BIBLICAL PURITY IN THE CHURCH:
Redeeming A Culture On the Brink - RBP-1500
Professor: Audrey Werner, B.S.N., M.A.
 

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SPECIALTY COURSE!
WHO CAN TAKE THIS COURSE?

  • Anyone as just a single course, or as an elective in a certificate or degree program.

  • Current students as an elective in a current program.

  • Graduates as just a single course, or as an elective in a certificate or degree program.

 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

As a Result of Taking this Course

  • The student will be able to explain the history behind the sexual revolution.

  • The student will have the tools to expound on the rationale behind the legalization of birth control, abortion and sodomy in America.

  • The students will be able to identify the difference between the sex education, abstinence, and the purity movements.

  • The student will be able to research and identify the shift in the Christian churches stance on sex education, population control and sodomy over the last decade.

  • The student will be able to evaluate the impact of universal acceptance of Kinsey’s fraudulent science on the church, marriage, and children.

  • The student will be able to cite examples of how purity can be restored to our homes, church and nation.

 

MARRIAGE & FAMILY COUNSELING/PREPARING COUPLES
FOR A BIBLICALLY BASED MARRIAGE
Professor: Dr. David Tyler

 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

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. 

 

Comparative Beliefs/World Religions CD-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Misty Jesse

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
  Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose: In a global world, religious communities do not live in isolation from other religious communities. As practicing Disciples of Christ we are engaged in forging relationships with a diversity of religious life that permeates our cultural, social, and political environment. This course is designed to facilitate this process by introducing students to the worlds’ major religions as they are practiced globally. Study of these major religions will include the origins and teachings, devotional practices, institutions and cultural expressions. Some of the major religions to be covered will include: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.

 
 

The Doctrine of Christ  DC-1500-OLS
Professor:  Dr. Ray Parker

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2017
9:00a-12:00a | 1:00p-6:00p
 Now Accepting Registrations
 Best to Enroll as Early as Possible!

Course Purpose:  The historicity, humanity, and deity of Jesus are not just a matter of curious interest for the believer. These tenets are the basis for the Christian faith. The goal of this course is to examine what Scripture has to say about Christ, especially His person and His work. These two items must be considered in connection. The value of His death, for example, is seen in Who He is. It is not enough just to know who He is. It is not enough just to know what what He did. It is important to know Who He is in light of what He did. This adds depth of significance to both.

 

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