A complete survey course to introduce a student to background content, literary quality, and message of the Old Testament and its various books
The study of the first three books of the New Testament. This course will compare the structure, content, and wording of the Gospel to be set side by side to provide a synoptic comparison of their content.
The gospel of St John occupies the last place among the four Gospels. A study of the Gospel of St John will examine the narrative of the life of Jesus Christ from his baptism to his resurrection and his manifestation of himself during his disc..
An in-depth analysis of the book of Acts that studies the faith and power that is associated with the early church. The class encourages the student to activate the powers of the Holy Ghost that the signs and wonders made manifest in our prese..
The book of Jude is a general epistle. Students will address the false teaching mentioned in Jude and illustrate a contrast between the heresy and the truth of Jesus Christ.
This course addresses Paul’s letter to the Romans. It is a verse by verse analysis of the first three of the Five Major Christian doctrines, Condemnation, Justification, Sanctification, found in Romans.
A verse by verse walk through the study of the book of Daniel including the things present, past, and to come.