Classes for Fall 2019

Join us now as the new semester opens with Two of these Old Testament books:

CLASSES BEGIN OCTOBER 8, 2019

EXODUS (2 CREDITS)
Exodus is foundational to an understanding of the Old Testament. This class is an exegetical study of the book with added emphasis on the authorship of the Pentateuch, the Passover feast, the role of the law in the life of a New Testament believer and the history of the Near East at the time of the Exodus.

DEUTERONOMY (2 CREDITS)
A thorough, expository study of Deuteronomy, its original meaning, and current significance. Discussion on different issues are important for the study of the book are covered. These include authorship, structure, date, ethics, and theology of the book.

It is important to look at Deuteronomy’s relationship to the rest of the Bible as an important chapter in God’s story, as one pays special attention to Jesus’ use of Deuteronomy in His understanding of His identity and specific mission.

JOSHUA (2 CREDITS)
This class is a verse-by-verse study through the book. As we look at Joshua (a type of Christ), leading the Israelites into the Promised Land, contrasted to Moses (type of the law) had been unable to do. The application to a Christian’s life becomes obvious. By exploring the theme of the Promised Land as a picture of the victorious life of faith students will be looking to “see” Jesus as we study this Old Testament book.

JEREMIAH & LAMENTATIONS (2 CREDITS)
This class aims to bring transformation to the student through a verse-by-verse study of Jeremiah and Lamentations; it is designed to impart exegetical understanding leading to a Christ-focused passion through the text, for His glory.

Special emphasis is placed on the relevance of these books for the contemporary Christian.

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You still have time to join us at the Bible Center!
Classes begin August 25, 2014.
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven;”
Ecclesiastes 3:1

For Fall 2014:

Books of…

1,2,3 JOHN

Description & Objective
The Epistles of John are intensely practical letters addressed to Christian readers. They warn against the dangers of false teaching and exhort believers to live a life of obedience to God and love for their brothers and sisters. Its controlling theme is fellowship with God the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ in love and truth.
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The goal is to allow the letters of John to teach us how to base our lives upon the true doctrines of Christ and His Person, and to live our lives in a way that pleases Him in truth and love.

EPHESIANS

Description & Objective
This course is designed to give the student a thorough working knowledge of Ephesians, studying verse-by-verse and including the major doctrines presented in the epistle helping them in its rightful interpretation. We will see a glorious picture of Christ and His Church and the plan of God for His children. We will appreciate even more the extent of Christ’s loving work for us and what He desires of us.
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By the end of the course, the students, 1) will be acquainted with Paul’s style of writing and know the historical background of the book and how it fits in with all of his other writings, especially Colossians; 2) have a greater understanding of who/what the Church is as the bride of Christ; 3) have the confidence in the knowledge of the wealth that we all get to share as part of the Body of Christ and therefore; 4) demonstrate the ability to explain the message of this book to others.

EXODUS

Description & Objective

There are two key theological themes of Exodus, based on the two main parts of the book. The first is “God is the Deliverer”; the second is “God the Covenant-Maker”. We will study these themes as we look at Exodus verse-by-verse.Exodus-3

To receive a clear understanding of Israel’s plight as the chosen people and how it parallel’s to those called by God.

LUKE

Description & Objective

This course is a verse-by-verse study of the Gospel of Luke. We will attempt to follow the admonition of Jesus when He said, “…take my yoke and learn of Me…”
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To learn what the Bible teaches us for victory in our daily walk with Jesus. To change those things that need to change in our lives according to the Word of God. To make a difference in our Christian life and to encourage others by our example.

and then…

INDUCTIVE BIBLE STUDY

Description & Objective
The way we read and understand the Bible really affects the way we live. Since we make decisions based on how we understand the Bible, it is important that we read the Bible in a healthy way that leads us to the right conclusions about God, ourselves, and the world we live in. In this course, we will learn how to study, interpret and apply the Bible soundly.Theology

By completing this course, you should (1) develop a good understanding of the basic nature and general content of the Bible; (2) develop a deep appreciation for the Bible; (3) learn how to study and interpret the Bible; (4) learn how to apply the Bible correctly and practically; and (5) become ready to communicate the results of your studies to others.

MISSIONS

Description & Objective
This class will focus on the theological and practical elements of mission work. We will study the biblical basis of missions, focusing mainly on the life of Paul in the book of Acts and some of his epistles to learn the principles that ought to be applied practically in our own missionary endeavors.
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At the end of this course, students 1) will have a better understanding of what it means to be a missionary and recognize the call to go…in the light of God’s Great Commission; 2) should begin appreciate the life of the many missionary pioneers and the trails they have forged; 3) will be able to apply the principles of “going and telling” and be inspired to get involved in God’s work to reach the world; 4) will get the basic essentials of missionary service.

THEOLOGY

Description & Objectives

The class will consist of a survey of the main doctrines of the Christian faith. Attention will be given to the theological role of theology, God, Christ, Holy Spirit, man, sin, salvation, church, and personal eschatology.Tozer

The course goal is twofold: 1) Deepen your personal knowledge and faith in Christ through organizing and understanding essential theological issues along with how they relate to each other; 2) to equip you with the tools to become a more efficient evangelist as it pertains to clearly articulating the gospel message and its accompanying doctrines.