First Year

First Year Schedule
Each of the four quarters consists of 9 weeks of instruction.
***Classes Subject To Change At Any Time***

Bible Study Methods I: Inductive
An introduction to the basic principles of studying the Bible with an emphasis on the inductive method (Observation, Interpretation, and Application). Information will be demonstrated through class discussions and homework assignments. 

Ephesians
A verse-by-verse study through the first three chapters of Paulís letter to the Ephesians, emphasizing Godís grace and the believerís position in Christ.

Christian Doctrine I
An introductory examination of some of the major doctrines of the Christian faith. This class will cover God, Bible, Angles, Humanity, and Sin.

Bible Study Methods II: Hermeneutics
A detailed study of the important principles of Bible interpretation focusing on the different types of literature used in the Bible, such as Law, Prophets, Historical, Epistles, Gospels, etc. Recommended Prerequisite: Bible Study Methods I: Inductive.

Bible Survey I: Old Testament
An overview of the Old Testament focusing on the historical settings and major events in Israel's redemptive history.

Christian Doctrine II
An introductory examination of some of the major doctrines of the Christian faith. This class will cover Christ, The Holy Spirit, the Church, and End Times. Recommended Prerequisite: Christian Doctrine I.

Bible Survey II: New Testament
An overview of the New Testament, emphasizing the historical settings and Christís Redemptive work. Recommended Prerequisite: Bible Survey I: Old Testament.

Eschatology I: Intro to Eschatology
An introductory overview of the end times prophecies of the Old and New Testament focusing on the events related to the Second Coming of Christ.