COURSE BOOK

Freshmen Course DescriptionS

 

TEACHING TECHNIQUES I

This course presents various techniques that can be used in teaching children, teens, young adults and adults.  

Class projects will also be used to demonstrate the effectiveness of various teaching techniques.

 

BASIC ORIENTATION I

This course will provide basic biblical knowledge and study methods that will be effective in managing study time and producing good study habits, with God’s word confirming each method.

 

PENTATUECH I

This course takes the student back to the Old Testament where the first five books of the Bible are studied.  The course will study how the Lord Jesus Christ’s person and work is the theme and main subject of the Old Testament as well as the New Testament.

 

SYNOPTIC GOSPELS

This course is a study of the Synoptic Gospels, Matthew, Mark, and Luke, which records similar events that occur in each of the books concerning the life, and works of our Lord Jesus Christ.

 

BIBLIOLOGY I

Bibliology I deals with the doctrine of the Study of the Bible revelation, inspiration, illumination and inerrancy of God’s Holy Word.  

 

MISSIONS I

This class gives an historical look at the origin of Missions, who was first instrumental in its start, where it began, and what effect it has had on our world.

 

TEACHING TECHINQUES II

A continuation of Teaching Techniques I and it’s various methods and ways of presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ to various age groups. 

 

BASIC ORIENTATION II

Before a weapon can be handled properly, one must have a knowledge of that weapon.  This course is a study of the origin of sin, the different natures of man and the results of sin.

 

WORLD MISSIONS TODAY II

A continuation of World Missions Today I with a further look at contemporary methods of Missionary work done by the Church of Christ and other agencies.

 

GOSPEL OF JOHN

This fourth book of the New Testament gives us John the Apostle’s account of the Lord Jesus Christ’s life on earth, His Deity, miracles, death, burial and resurrection, and belief in His person and work, which is a guarantee of eternal life.

 

BIBLIOLOGY II

A continuation of Bibliology I with a further look at the doctrine of the Study of the Bible. 

 

PENTATEUCH II

A continuation of Pentateuch I with a deeper look at the first five books of the Old Testament, demonstrating that the Lord Jesus Christ’s person and work also makes Him the theme of the Old Testament as well as the New Testament.