Current Semester

Spring On Campus (01/21/19 - 5/6/19)

NT502 New Testament Survey 2 – Dr. Mel Winstead

On Campus / Live-Streaming (Mondays 6:30p-9:30p)

A survey of the Epistles and the Book of Revelation focusing on the structure and message of each book. Introductory material such as authorship, date, and the background of each book will be included.

BS1001 Biblical Criticism – Dr. Thomas Howe

On Campus / Live-Streaming (Mondays 6:30p-9:30p)

A study of the materials, history, and praxis of New Testament and Old Testament criticism, with an emphasis on acquaintance with Greek and Hebrew manuscripts and an analysis of competing text–critical theories. The seminar will consider the place of philosophy, natural science, and literary theory in the development of higher criticism, and the growing current of scholarship challenging the validity of higher criticism.

NT518/418 Acts – Dr. Floyd Elmore

On Campus / Live-Streaming (Tuesdays 6:30p-9:30p)

An in–depth study of the book of Acts.

GK502 Greek Grammar 2 – Dr. Mel Winstead

On Campus / Live-Streaming (Thursdays 6:30p-9:30p)

A continuation of Greek grammar and vocabulary.
Prerequisite: GK501

NT301 New Testament Survey – Dr. Timothy Brown

On Campus / Live-Streaming (Thursdays 6:30p-9:30p)

A continuation of Greek grammar and vocabulary.
Prerequisite: GK501A survey of each book of the New Testament emphasizing the content, structure and message of each book. Introductory material such as the authorship, date, purpose, and background of each book will be included.

ME904 Apologetics and Evangelism Training and Outreach – Dr. David Geisler

D.Min. Seminar / Online 1/21/19; Meets on campus May 6-10, 2019, M-F 8:00a-3:00p

An in–depth practicum in the application of apologetics and evangelism to training and outreach in any particular ministry context.

Spring Online (01/21/19 - 05/03/19)

NT502 New Testament Survey 2 – Dr. Mel Winstead

Online only

A survey of the Epistles and the Book of Revelation focusing on the structure and message of each book. Introductory material such as authorship, date, and the background of each book will be included.

AP418/518/818 Resurrection of Jesus – J. Warner Wallace / Dr. Timothy Brown

Online only

A detailed study of the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, placing special emphasis on contemporary denials of miracles and the role the resurrection plays in Christian apologetics and theology.

OT502 Old Testament Survey 2 – Dr. Thomas Howe

Online only

A survey of the books of Poetry and Prophecy, Job to Malachi, with emphasis on the background, authorship, date, structure, and content of each book and its place in the overall canon of Scripture.

PH514 Moral Philosophy – Dr. Bernard Mauser

Online only

A historical and critical introduction to the questions relating to the problems and possibilities of rationally grounding distinctions between moral and immoral conduct.

PH604 Metaphysics – Dr. J. Thomas Bridges

Online only

A study of the nature of reality with emphasis on its relation to other disciplines such as theology, epistemology, methodology, and logic and its relation to other primary schools of thought.

PH601 Philosophy of Religion – Dr. Timothy Brown

Online only

A critical analysis of issues found in philosophical analyses of religion, including faith and reason, miracles, God’s existence, the problem of evil, etc.

PH505 History of Modern & Contemporary Philosophy – Dr. Brian Huffling

Online only

A survey of modern and contemporary philosophy, with emphasis on its relation to theology and apologetics.

PH302 Introduction to Philosophy – Dr. Brian Huffling

Online only

A study of the most significant philosophers, their ideas, and relation to Christian theology and apologetics.

ST502 Theology Proper and Creation – Dr. J. Thomas Bridges

Online only

The study of the triune God, His existence and attributes, along with His creation of the world, angels, human beings and His relation to them.

ST302 Survey of Bible Doctrine – Dr. Doug Potter

Online only

The study of the triune God, His existence and attributes, along with His creation of the world, angels, human beings, and His relation to them, sin and salvation, stressing the work of Christ and its application to believers, the origin and nature of the church, the future of believers and unbelievers, heaven and hell.

SM401/501 Writing and Research Skills – Christina Woodside

Online only

An introductory course that covers grammar, style, research methods, and formatting skills needed for completing theological writing assignments.

ST504 Pneumatology, Ecclesiology and Eschatology – Dr. Barry Leventhal

Online only

The study of the origin and nature of the church, the future of believers and unbelievers, heaven and hell.

HT501 Historical Theology – Dr. Barry Leventhal

Online only

A study of the historical development of Christian doctrines, with attention to the development of theological themes from the church fathers to the present day.

Spring Online 2 - 8 Weeks (03/11/19 - 05/03/19)

AP/PH470/570/814 Relativism – Dr. Richard Howe

Online only

An in–depth study of one or more specific issues, religious group(s) or movement(s) related to Christian Apologetics. This class will be an examination and critique of relativism in its various manifestations in culture, including relativism and: truth, knowledge, morality, history, faith and reason, and the gospel.

Spring Module 1 (03/11/19 - 03/16/19)

AP/PH 563/463/863 Problem of Evil – Dr. Norman Geisler / Dr. Brian Huffling

Online only

An in-depth study of the problem of evil.

SUmmer Module 1 (05/06/19 - 05/11/19)

AP1012 Problem of Evil – Dr. Richard Howe

On Campus / Live Streaming

AP412/512/813 Ethics – Dr. Richard Land

On Campus / Live Streaming

SUmmer Module 2 (05/13/19 - 05/18/19)

NT533/433 New Testament History & Background – Dr. Mel Winstead

On Campus / Live Streaming

SUmmer Module 3 (05/20/19 - 05/25/19)

OT521/421 Wisdom Books – Dr. Barry Leventhal

On Campus / Live Streaming

SUmmer Module 4 (06/03/19 - 06/08/19)

PT502/407 Homiletics – Dr. Timothy Brown

On Campus / Live Streaming

SUmmer Module 5 (06/10/19 - 06/15/19)

AP583/483/883 Christianity & Human Sexuality – Dr. Micheal Brown

On Campus / Live Streaming

SUmmer Module 6 (06/17/19 - 06/22/19)

AP502/802 New Religious Movements – Dr. Robert Bowman

On Campus / Live Streaming

SUmmer Online (06/17/19 - 06/22/19)

ST503 Hamartiology & Soteriology – Dr. Floyd Elmore

Online Only

PH512/412/812 History & Philosophy of Science – Dr. J.T. Bridges

Online Only

SM401/501 Writing & Research Skills – Mrs. Christina Woodside

Online Only

NT301New Testament Survey – Dr. Timothy Brown

Online Only

Fall Module 1 (08/12/19 - 08/17/19)

AP401/501/801 Introduction to Christian Apologetics – Dr. Norman Geisler

On Campus / Live Streaming

PH1012 Philosophy of Science – Dr. J.T. Bridges

On Campus