Exodus and Leviticus #602

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th.,D.Min.], will be an in-depth study of these Old Testament books.

Hermeneutics #650

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], will be a course focused on the method of correctly understanding the language of the Bible. Attention will be given to such things as attitudes and motivations, the interpretation of figures of speech, consistency, context, etc.

Acts #626

Taught by Tom Wacaster, will be a verse-by-verse study of the book covering the establishment and early history of the church of Christ.

General Biblical Introduction #640

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.], is an in depth study of the critical issues surrounding the Scriptures. Special attention will be given to the inspiration and transmission of the Bible and to overviews of various translations of the Bible, both ancient and modern.

Genesis #601

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], is an introduction and textual study of the book of Genesis. Special attention will be given to
fundamentals such as the existence of God and the veracity of the Biblical account of the flood.

Matthew #621

Taught by Tom Wacaster, is an introduction and textual study of the Gospel account of Matthew. Special attention will be given to the “Synoptic Problem.”

The Revelation II #635

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.], will continue last semester’s systematic study of the book of Revelation with an examination and refutation of false doctrines attributed to the book.

Bible Geography #643

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], will be an in-depth study of the geography of the world of the Old and New Testaments.

The Gospel Account of John #624

Taught by Don Walker, will be a textual study of that wonderful, vital book.

The Revelation I #635

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.], will be a systematic study of the book of Revelation with an examination and refutation of false doctrines attributed to the book.

Hebrews #633

Taught by Don Walker, will be an introduction and textual study of the book of Hebrews.

Grammar and the Bible #641

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], will be an examination of the universal rules of grammar (from an English perspective) and will provide a means of applying those rules to a practical, logical, and sound understanding of the commands of God’s Word.

Acts II #626

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.], will be from the perspective of a harmonizing of Paul’s epistles with the book of Acts.

New Testament Introduction #620

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], will be an introduction of every book of the New Testament from a “lower criticism” perspective; that is, seeing the who wrote the books when and from where, why they did, and what students of the Bible can gain from each book.

The Messiahship of Jesus #649

Taught by Don Walker, will examine the “eternal purpose of God” as it centers upon Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The Messianic ideal will be presented through the pages of Scripture in both the Old and New Testament. The student will examine what Scripture teaches concerning the Messiah from everlasting to everlasting and the New Testament’s claim that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah of God will be examined in light of Old Testament teaching.

Acts I #626

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.], will be from the perspective of a harmonizing of Paul’s epistles with the book of Acts.

Studies in the Gospel of John II #624

Taught by Ted J. Clarke [B.A.] will begin with an Introduction to the gospel followed by a detailed study of the English text; will include areas of John that are abused by denominational doctrines such as the teaching of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Oneness and Trinitarian Pentecostals, and others; and will also study some of the criticisms of the text of John by so-called theological scholars and liberal brethren who deny the plenary verbal inspiration of the book.

Old Testament Introduction #600

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], will be an introduction of every book of the Old Testament from a “lower criticism” perspective; that is, seeing who wrote the books, when and from where, why they did, and what students of the Bible can gain from each book.

Advanced Canonical Studies #645

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.], is an advanced general Biblical introduction course. It will be a study of the “so-called” forgotten texts of the Bible, with an emphasis on comparing inspired Writings to such material. The student will want to read materials on pseudepigrapha and apocrypha (either between the testaments of post-New Testament).

Studies in the Gospel of John I #624

Taught by Ted J. Clarke [B.A.] will begin with an Introduction to the gospel followed by a detailed study of the English text; will include areas of John that are abused by denominational doctrines such as the teaching of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Oneness and Trinitarian Pentecostals, and others; and will also study some of the criticisms of the text of John by so-called theological scholars and liberal brethren who deny the plenary verbal inspiration of the book.

The “Church Fathers” #668

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.], will be an overview of early church history focusing upon the “church fathers” and their roles in either upholding or moving away from the Bible and model of the early church whose establishment is seen in Acts 2.

Judaism: and the Ancients #669

Taught by Keith A. Mosher, Sr. [B.A., M.A., M.Th., D.Min.]

Parables and Miracles #639

Taught by Ted J. Clarke [B.A.]

Christian Evidences #644

Taught by Daniel F. Cates [B.A., M.A.]