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Online Course

Online Courses 

Courses can be developed around any topic or textbook upon the request of the student. Courses must be in line with the purpose and content of Scofield’s degree programs.

Each of the following courses is offered at all three academic levels:

 All courses can be taken for a free certificate. 

 (In No particular order)

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  • Prolegomena (Introduction to Theology)
Text:Prolegomena, Dr. Dan Woodhead
              --Lectures: Prolegomena, Dr. Dan Woodhead (coming soon)

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  • Philosophical Apologetics  
Text: Philosophical Apologetics, Kenny Rhodes
Summa Contra Gentiles Bk 1, Thomas Aquinas
              -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Philo Apol

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               -- Free Online text  ST, Grudem
              -- Lectures: 
Dr. Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology

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--Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Basic Bible Interpretation
-- Hermeneutics Lecture Notes

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Free Online Text: Dispensationalism, Ryrie
Free Online Text: 
e-Text: The Kingdom in History and Prophecy, LS Chafer
-- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, God's Plan for the Ages

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               --Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Bibliology 

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              -- Lectures:Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer, Spiritual Life

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                                Free Online Text: Outlines on Theology, Pardington

-- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, Basic Bible Doctrine

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                -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Soteriology (order through Scofield Seminary)

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              - Christology PDF Dr. David Hocking) -- Lectures: Dr. David Hocking, Christology

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-- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, Ephesians

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-- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, John

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--Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, Revelation

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-- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, Daniel

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         -- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, Romans 

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-- Lectures: Dr. Bruce Waltke, Proverbs

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--Creation Resources: PDF 1PDF 2
--Special Lectures: 
                   1. Does time have a beginning? Can it be changed, stretched or stopped? 
                   2. Einstein, Genesis and the Big Bang
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  • Hebrew I and II  (Click the images for ordering and more information)
Learn Biblical Hebrew through state-of-the-art technology and old-fashion conservative scholarship. 
 
Textbook                                       Answer Book                                   Vocabulary CD
    and         optional CD 


Teach Yourself Hebrew
Book and CD
                                 Verb Charts                       Grammar Charts
                                  


iPhone and iPad app

            Web Based online class room: Dr. Dan Woodhead.
Questions?     Email Professor Woodhead:    woodhead@scofield.me 
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Greek Video Course (.m4v)  Basic Greek Grammar PDF-Dr. John Pappas
Greek I Syllabus 

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  • New Testament Greek II

Modern Greek Pronunciation based courseText:  Beginners Grammar- William H Davis (public domain)
MP3 lectures: Dr.  Zodihates 
     

Greek Resources

NT Greek Lessons, Dr. Ramey

Student Resources: 
Pronounciation Guide,
Vocabulary MP3- Rhodes (coming Soon)
Resources- Rhodes
Greek Diagramming, Sowell)
 
Apostolic Bible Greek Video Seminars, Charles Van der Pool


Greek Alphabet with Modern Greek
P
ronunciation : 
 
 

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  • Study of the Gospel of John in Greek (Text: NT Greek Workbook, Walther) Assignments: Each "Progress Check" must be submitted (by mail) for grading.
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                     -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Replacement Theology

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                                         Outlines on Theology, Pardington
                      -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, God and Creation

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* descriptions below



* Undergraduate (100-400), Graduate (500-700) and Postgraduate (700-900)*

 REQUIRED UNDERGRADUATE

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RQNT100 New Testament Survey

Online Text: Concise NT Survey, J. Hampton Keathley, III 
Online Lectures: Craig Bloomberg, NT Survey

The content and structure of the NT books, authorship and circumstance of writing. A brief survey of each book of the NT with consideration as to the recipient of each.

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RQOT105 Old Testament Survey

Online Text: Concise OT Survey, J. Hampton Keathley, III 

Provides the student with a bird’s eye view of the books of the Old Testament and serves as an introduction to the in-depth study of them.

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RQST200 Survey of Theology I
Online TextMajor Bible Themes, Lewis Sperry Chafer
             Outlines on Theology, Pardington
         -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, God and Creation

A survey of the basic doctrines of the Christian faith and an introduction to the basic dispensational schema of the Scripture. A survey of the basic doctrines of the Christian faith and an introduction to the basic dispensational schema of the Scripture.

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 RQHE400 Hermeneutics
Prinited Text: Basic Bible Interpretation, Zuck 
Lectures: 
Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Basic Bible Interpretation
Hermeneutics Lecture Notes
The goals of the course are to develop a comprehensive methodology of interpreting the Bible, to learn to evaluate different interpretive models, to acquire the ability to distinguish different genre in the Bible and the implications that has for interpretation, and to grow in obedience of mind and life. The course argues that the consistent normal, historical, cultural, grammatical method is the best approach in the interpretation of Scripture.

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RQAP210 Apologetics 
The defense of the Christian faith against all intellectual attacks.  The course includes scientific, theological, historical and philosophical arguments in support of God, the Bible, and the Christian faith.

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RQTH230-530-730 Dispensationalism
 Text: 
 Dispensationalism: Revised and Expaned, Ryrie) Online Dispensationalism 
online Text: 
The Kingdom in History and Prophecy, LS Chafer
-- Lectures: Dr. S. Lewis Johnson, God's Plan for the Ages


An examination of the principles of sound hermeneutics, the normative dispensational system is defined, as well as some of the critical issues surrounding it.

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GENERAL EDUCATION

 GED200 English Grammar

An examination of the basic principles of English grammar. 

GED 250 Math

An introduction to basic math skills.

GED300 World History

An examination of the ancient empires of Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

GED 400 Logic 
Text: Come Let Us Reason, Norm Geisler

An introduction to critical thinking skills. 

GED350 Comparative Religion

An introduction to world religions from the viewpoint of their similarities and differences. The basic type of religious worldview will be identified, as will the various teachings on creation, fall and redemption. 

BIBLICAL STUDIES - 300 level (Bachelors) – 500 level (Masters) – 700 level (Doctorate)

THPL200-500-700 Prolegomena (Introduction to Theology)

Text:Prolegomena, Dr. Dan Woodhead
            --Lectures: Prolegomena, Dr. Dan Woodhead

This course lays the foundation for the study of Theology. It is the study of the "beginnings" into theology and into the Scriptures. It answers the question" How do we enter the Word of God in a systematic manner so as to fully receive God’s message to the world?" 

BSHE400-600-800 Hermeneutics

 Text:  Basic Bible Interpretation, Zuck)

--Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Basic Bible Interpretation
Hermeneutics Lecture Notes
Designed to present the history of and to acquaint the student with the main principles of biblical interpretation, and to introduce the background material about the historical, cultural and linguistic milieu out of which the Bible came.
The goals of the course are to develop a comprehensive methodology of interpreting the Bible, to learn to evaluate different interpretive models, to acquire the ability to distinguish different genre in the Bible and the implications that has for interpretation, and to grow in obedience of mind and life. The course argues that the consistent normal, historical, cultural, grammatical method is the best approach in the interpretation of Scripture.

NTRP200- 400- 600 New Testament Research Project

Careful exegetical research into an issue or problem relating to the New Testament text or its interpretation and application. The research is to be articulated in a 20-page formal paper. For topic approval and writing guidelines, the student must contact the Dean.

 

NTBS 301-501-701 Matthew

The Gospel of Matthew: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: R.T. France  The Gospel of Matthew: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]

Issues covered include authorship, occasion and date of writing, the purpose and a verse-by-verse exposition of the book. 

NTBS 302-502-702 Mark 

The Gospel of Mark: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: William L. Lane
The Gospel of Mark: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
Issues covered include authorship, occasion and date of writing, the purpose and a verse-by-verse exposition of the book.

NTBS 303-503-703 Luke 
The Gospel of Luke: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Joel B. Green
 The Gospel of Luke: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
Issues covered include authorship, occasion and date of writing, the purpose and a verse-by-verse exposition of the book.

NTBS 304-504-704 John 

The Gospel of John: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: J. Ramsey Michaels The Gospel of John: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
A study of the fourth Gospel, with special attention given to its theological and spiritual emphasis.

NTBS 305-505-705 Acts 


The Book of Acts, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: F.F. Bruce The Book of Acts, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]

Handbook on 
An exegetical examination of the Acts of the Apostles with concentration on the biblical theology of the book of Acts, the historical background of events, and the theological emphasis of the speeches.

NTBS 306-506-706 Romans 

The Epistle to the Romans: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Douglas J. Moo
 The Epistle to the Romans: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
An examination of Paul's letter to the church at Rome. Emphasis will be placed on grace and law, faith and works, justification and sanctification, the relationship between Gentiles and Jews, and of the believer to Christ.

NTBS 307-507-707 1  Corinthians 

The First Epistle to the Corinthians, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Gordon D. Fee  The First Epistle to the Corinthians, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
This course is a verse-by-verse exposition of 1  Corinthians. The theological implications are balanced with its practical application.


NTBS 308-508-708 2 Corinthians 

The Second Epistle to the Corinthians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Paul Barnett The Second Epistle to the Corinthians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
This course is a verse-by-verse exposition of  2 Corinthians. The theological implications are balanced with its practical application. 

NTBS 309-509-709 Galatians

The Epsitle to the Galatians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Ronald Fung The Epsitle to the Galatians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
This course is a verse-by-verse exposition of Galatians. The theological implications are balanced with practical application. The course instructs the student in the relationship of law and grace.

NTBS 310-510-710 Ephesians & Colossians

The Epistles to The Colossianss, To Philemon, & to The Ephesians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: F.F. Bruce The Epistles to The Colossianss, To Philemon, & to The Ephesians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
The course is a verse-by-verse exposition of Ephesians. It gives attention to the doctrine of election and other important Calvinistic and Dispensational issues. The course is also a verse-by-verse study of Colossians, with special attention given to the contents and doctrinal implications of the book. The course gives the student a basic foundation for understanding Pauline theology.

NTBS 311-511-711 Philippians


Paul's Letter to the Philippians, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Gordon D. Fee Paul's Letter to the Philippians, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]

The course is a verse-by-verse study of Philippians, with special attention given to the contents and doctrinal implications of the book. The course gives the student a basic foundation for understanding Pauline theology.

NTBS 313-513-713 1&2 Thessalonians

The First and Second Letters to the Thessalonians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Gordon D. Fee The First and Second Letters to the Thessalonians: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] 

The course is a verse-by-verse exposition of Thessalonians which emphasizes the doctrinal implications of the epistle, while making practical applications from the book. Special emphasis is given to election, foreknowledge, a defense of pre-tribulational rapture and the practical application of administrating the church. 

NTBS 314-514-714 1&2 Timothy, Titus

The Letters to Timothy and Titus: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Philip H. Towner The Letters to Timothy and Titus: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]

An expository and exegetical study of 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus and Philemon with an emphasis on their exegetical and interpretive issues.

NTBS 315-515-715 Hebrews 


The Epistle to the Hebrews, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: F.F. Bruce  The Epistle to the Hebrews, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]

The course is an in-depth survey of the book of Hebrews and emphasizes many aspects of the book including: the person and deity of Jesus Christ; the ministry of Jesus as High Priest; the importance of the local church; the demonstration of the faithfulness of Jesus Christ; the superiority of Jesus over the Mosaic system; and the superiority of Jesus over the angels.

 

NTBS 317-517-717  1, Peter
 
The First Epistle of Peter: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: Peter Davids  The First Epistle of Peter: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
This course is a verse-by-verse exposition of 1 Peter. The theological implications are balanced with its practical application.

NTBS 318-518-718 2 Peter, Jude 

 

2 Peter & Jude: Word Biblical Commentary [WBC] - By: Richard Bauckham 2 Peter & Jude: Word Biblical Commentary [WBC]
This course is a verse-by-verse exposition of 2 Peter and Jude. 

NTBS 319-519-719  1,2,3 John

The Epistles of John: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT] - By: I. Howard Marshall The Epistles of John: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]
The course is a verse-by-verse exposition of the four general epistles preceding Revelation. The course focuses upon the continuity of the message of the books.

NTBS 320-520-720 Revelation

Revelation - Edited By: Mark Hitchcock By: John Walvoord      Revelation, Dr. John Walvoord  
                                A Bible Handbook on Revelation, Mal Couch
                                Kindle Edition, Revelation Mal Couch

An examination of the book of Revelation from a futuristic, dispensational point of view. Consideration will be given to the non-dispensational understanding of the book, so that the student will have an understanding of the alternative interpretive views.

 OLD TESTAMENT -400 level (Bachelors) – 600 level (Masters) – 800 level (Doctorate)

OTBS301-501-701 Genesis

An overview of the foundational truths which aid in the understanding of the rest of Scripture, the Biblical covenants, and the origin of man. 

OTBS302-502-702 Proverbs

A study of the major themes contained in the book of Proverbs in a verse-by-verse exposition.

OTBS 303-503-703 Daniel 

Daniel - By: John F. Walvoord Daniel, the key to prophetic revelation, Dr. John Walvoord
This course analyzes the main prophetic segments of The Book of Daniel. The philosophy is held that a proper understanding of Daniel especially chapters 2 and 7, and of Daniel 9:24–27, is essential to a proper understanding of Biblical prophecy.  This course embodies essentially the pre-millennial approach to The Book of Daniel.

OTBS 304-504-704 Psalms

This course is a study of the book of Psalms. It emphasizes Hebrew poetry and its relation to other ancient literature. The purpose of this course is to enhance the student’s skills as an interpreter of the biblical texts of Psalms.

OTBS 305-505-705 Old Testament Bible Electives

Attention is given to content, literary features, critical problems, and historical context. Offered according to interest and need. 

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY - 400 level (Bachelors) – 600 level (Masters) – 800 level (Doctorate)
 

ST400 Basic Theology or Systematic Theology (6sch)

Textbook: Systematic Theology, Wayne Grudem 
 Free Online text  Systematic Theology, Grudem
Lectures: 
Dr. Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology



Graduate Level (ST600-800) 3sch
Textbook (graduate level): Systematic Theology, Norman Geisler    

The course is a survey and overview of the major and critical doctrines of the Bible: Theology Proper, Bibliology, Angelology, Anthropology, Harmartiology, Christology, Soteriology, Pneumatology, Ecclesiology and Eschatology.

ST401-601-801 God (Theology Proper)

Text: Evangelical Bible Doctrine: articles in honor of Dr. Mal Couch. by Rhodes/Sherlin (coming soon)

The course analyzes the existence, nature, attributes and names of God. The analysis is drawn from a wealth of Old and New Testament passages, giving the student a firm Biblical understanding of God’s revelation to man of Himself.

ST402-602-802 the Bible (Bibliology)

A study of the doctrines concerning the Bible: Inspiration, Revelation, Inerrancy, Canonicity and Transmission.

ST403-603-803 Angels (Angelology)

A study of the Biblical revelation concerning the origin and nature of both righteous and fallen angelic beings. 

ST404-604-804 Doctrine of Man (Anthropology)

This course gives an overview of anthropology, the doctrine of man, by examining the origin, attributes, spiritual condition and the nature of man from a Biblical framework.

ST405-605-805 Doctrine of Sin (Harmartiology)

This course focuses on the origin of sin and its effect upon humanity and upon creation as a whole.

ST406-606-806 Doctrine of Christ (Christology)

The course focuses on both the person and work of Jesus Christ. It gives close attention to the historical development of the Church’s understanding of Christ as found in the creeds.

ST407-607-807 Doctrine of Salvation (Soteriology)

Doctrine of Salvation is an in-depth examination of the critical elements of biblical salvation. The course highlights the definition and importance of regeneration, adoption, justification, imputation, sanctification, reconciliation, propitiation, and redemption. The course is a defense of salvation by grace through faith.

ST408-608-808 the Holy Spirit (Pneumatology)

The course is an in-depth examination of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. The course begins with a defense of the person of the Holy Spirit, emphasizing His actions and personality. The course then moves to a defense of His Deity. This is followed by a study of the names and emblems of the Holy Spirit.

ST409-609-809 Doctrine of the Church (Ecclesiology)

This course examines the meaning of the Church, the aspects of the Church, the formation and figures of the Church and the relation of the Church to Israel and the Kingdom. The course examines the five New Testament functions of the church as well as its leaders, its ordinances, its government and its ministry. 

 ST410-610-810 Last Things (Eschatology)

The course is an introduction to the complex topic of eschatology, the study of the end times. It focuses upon the events from the rapture and second coming until the New Heaven and the New Earth as well as personal eschatology (death, the intermediate state and the resurrection).

ST420- 620- 820 Replacement Theology

Text: Continuity and Discontinuity: Perspectives on the Relationship Between the Old and New Testaments, Edited By: John S. Feinberg ) 
            -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Replacement Theology

A look at a growing theological point of view that teaches that, the Church replaces Israel and so fulfills all of the Old Testament’s prophecies and promises. Replacement Theology is the view of Reformed/ Covenant Theology. It is examined in light of history and Scripture.

TH220-520-720 He that is Spiritual (The Spiritual Life)

Text: 
He That is Spiritual, L.S. Chafer)

               -- Lectures:Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer, Spiritual Life

An examination of the spiritual life taught by Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer himself. Based on the book “He That is Spiritual” and on Dr. Chafer’s detailed discussion on the Spiritual Life in his systematic theology. The lectures were recorded at Dallas Seminary in the late 1940’s.

THLSC400-600-800 Systematic Theology I

This course, which utilizes L. S. Chafer’s Systematic Theology, offers a comprehensive study of biblical doctrine from a dispensational perspective. Subjects include the doctrine of Revelation and the doctrine
of God.

THLSC410-610-810 Systematic Theology II

Building upon THLSC400-600-800 this course covers Angelology, Anthropology, and Harmartiology.


THLSC420-620-820 Systematic Theology III

This course builds on THLSC410-610-810. It includes the doctrines of Christ and the Holy Spirit.


THLSC430-630-830 Systematic Theology IV

This course completes the Lewis Sperry Chafer Systematic Theology, and covers Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology.


THAF400-600-800  Israelology

An in-depth examination of Israelology as a vital topic in systematic theology.

APOLOGETICS/ PHILOSOPHY
- 400 level (Bachelors) – 600 level (Masters) – 800 level (Doctorate)

PH 200-500-600 Introduction to Philosophy

Text:Introduction to Philosophy, Norman Geisler  

An examination of various philosophical ideas, refuting anti-Christian worldviews and giving the reasons and reality of the Christian faith from a philosophical and Christian point of view.

PH 250-550-650 Introduction to Logical Thinking

Text:
 
Come Let us Reason, Norman Geisler 
This course defines and delineates the value of logic in the Christian thinker’s life. The focus of the course is on deductive and inductive reasoning. The course teaches the student how to form syllogisms and how to recognize formal and informal fallacies.

PH 255-555-655 Worldviews

Worlds Apart: A handbook on Worldviews, Norman Geisler

An examination and appraisal of the meaning and function of worldviews. It is widely agreed that many of the differences between Christians and non-Christians in today’s world are the result not only of difference in religion, but a totally different world-view. This course attempts to examine the modern non-Christian and Christian world-views and delineate the major points of divergence between them. The course will examine the seven major worldviews of our day.

APCS250-550-750 Creation Apologetics
Online Text: 
Refuting EvolutionJONATHAN D. SARFATI
Online Text: 
Refuting Evolution II,  
JONATHAN D. SARFATI
--Lectures: 
Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Apologetics

This course is a beginner’s course that shows how science and the bible complement each other without contradiction. Using a testable Biblical creation model and the disciplines of astronomy, physics, and mathematics, students will learn to how to challenge the Darwinian evolutionary paradigm and see that scripture and the facts of nature point to a transcendently created world. The latest scientific discoveries that help substantiate the extra-dimensional characteristics of Creator God will also be explored. 

APCS255-555-755 the Genesis Debate

Text:
 
Genesis Debate,  J. Ligon Duncan IIIDavid W. HallLee IronsHugh Ross

This course equips students to become peacemakers in congregations where differing creation views have caused strife and division. Students will primarily consider Young Earth Creationism, Old Earth Creationism, Theistic Evolution, and Framework Hypothesis, but will also consider the Analogical View and Gap Theory. While learning the strengths and weaknesses of each position, they will gain a greater understanding of their own beliefs and learn to relate to those with differing views with charity, love, and humility.

EV200-500-700 Evangelism 

Charts for a Theology of Evangelism - By: Thomas Johnston Charts for a Theology of EvangelismThomas Johnston
Supplimental Syllabus
Evangelism Explosion Text: EE level 1 material
The course examines the methods of personal witnessing for the purpose of securing a decision for salvation on the part of a lost individual. The course examines the place of evangelism in the Church and the place of the Holy Spirit in the witnessing process.


AP255-555-755 Introduction to Apologetics Systems


Text: Faith Has its Reasons, 
 Boa and Bowman

This course gives the student an opportunity to study the history and various systems of the science of apologetics. The student is introduced to the four types of apologetic systems: Classical (Norm Geisler), Evidential (Josh McDowell) Presuppositional (Cornelius Van Til) and Fideistic (Martin Luther, Kierkegaard) apologetics.

AP255-555-755 Philosophical Apologetics

 Text: 
Philosophical Apologetics, Kenny Rhodes 
Summa Contra Gentiles Bk 1, Thomas Aquinas)

           -- Lectures: Dr. Kenny Rhodes, Philo Apol 

The defense of the Christian faith against all intellectual attacks.  The course includes scientific, theological, historical and philosophical arguments in support of God, the Bible, and the Christian faith.

AP300-600-800 Apologetics II

A continuation from Apologetics I. The defense of the Christian faith against all intellectual attacks.  The course includes scientific, theological, historical and philosophical arguments in support of God, the Bible, and the Christian faith.

AP310-610-810 Apologetics III

A continuation from Apologetics II. The defense of the Christian faith against all intellectual attacks.  The course includes scientific, theological, historical and philosophical arguments in support of God, the Bible, and the Christian faith.

AP400-690-850 Advanced Apologetics

A continuation from Apologetics III. The defense of the Christian faith against all intellectual attacks.  The course includes scientific, theological, historical and philosophical arguments in support of God, the Bible, and the Christian faith.

 MINISTRY PRACTICUM – undergraduate level

 
MIN100 Ministry Internship I

Supervised ministry practicum in a local church (six months).

MIN200 Ministry Internship II

Supervised ministry practicum in a local church (six months).

MIN300 Ministry Internship III

Supervised ministry practicum in a local church (six months).

MIN400 Ministry Internship IV

Supervised ministry practicum in a local church (six months).

 
LANGUAGE - 400 level (Bachelors) – 600 level (Masters) – 800 level (Doctorate)

 GK400 Greek I

This course introduces the student to the essentials of biblical Greek with emphasis on phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary. The student will learn how to pronounce and read biblical Greek, the form and function of the noun and verb, the basic syntax of Greek words, phrases, and clauses. Textbooks: Basics of Biblical Greek 3rd ed., William Mounce. Basics of Biblical Greek Workbook 3rd ed., Biblical Greek Survival Kit, Nestle-Aland Greek Bible and BDAG Greek Lexicon 2nd or 3rd edition.

GK450 Greek II

This course further considers Greek grammar and vocabulary at the intermediate level. It is designed to prepare the advancing Greek student for exegetical study by a detailed consideration of Greek syntax and the reading and translating of selected texts.

GK500 Independent Study in Greek

Two to four hours of credit may be earned for guided independent study in biblical Greek. The course must be approved in writing by a New Testament professor and the dean of the seminary.

GK550 Greek IV

This course is designed to take the student through the exegesis of the Epistles of John and is accompanied with an exhaustive study guide on intermediate Greek.

GK575 Independent Study in New Testament

Independent studies are designed for advanced New Testament Greek students who wish to do independent research on some aspect of New Testament studies not treated in other courses. Evaluations are based upon reading reports and a fully documented research project proportionate to the number of credit hours desired to be earned. One to three credit hours may be earned in any one subject of study. All proposals must be submitted in writing to the dean of the seminary.

GK605 Greek Exegesis

 An exegetical study of selected portions of the Greek New Testament in the original language designed to show its theological, expository, and practical values

GK642 Advanced Greek Exegesis

 This course examines further the exegetical study of selected portions of the Greek New Testament including gospels, epistles, and apocalyptic, designed to show their theological, expository, and practical values. 

HB400 Hebrew I

Hebrew 1 is designed to introduce the student to the basics of Biblical Hebrew. The course will focus primarily upon the subjective cases of the language, with the verbal system being touched upon in the final lectures of the course. The course is presented to in an easy-to-grasp manner and is extremely student friendly. 
Textbooks: See above

 

HB450 Hebrew II

Hebrew 2 is designed to introduce the student to the basics of Biblical Hebrew. The course will focus primarily upon the verbal system of the language, continuing with the introduction of the final chapters of Hebrew I. The course is presented to in an easy-to-grasp manner and is extremely student friendly.


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