Course Book

SENIOR COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

HEBREWS

The book of Hebrews portrays the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ as being better or more effective then the Old Testament sacrifices, than the Levitical Priesthood, than Moses or Aaron, the Old Covenant and better then the Mediatorship of Angels.

 

ECCLESIOLOGY

This doctrine is the study of the Church.  It’ s beginning, it’s present day work  and it’s  future destiny.

 

MISSIONS V

The Book of Acts is studied in this course, showing the historical and supernatural beginning the Church of Christ, and its continual growth from Jerusalem to the uttermost parts of the earth.

 

THE CHURCH AT STUDY

This course deals with the birth of the Sunday School, how instrumental it is to the growth of the local Church, and progressive methods to make it a more effective educational branch of the Church.

 

PROPHECY I

The student is introduced to the definition of prophecy, the types of prophecy, interpretation of prophecy, and what a prophet is and how to tell false prophets from God’s prophets.  This course is the study of Minor Prophets.

 

DANIEL

The Old Testament Book of Daniel is studied to reveal God’s providence for Israel, his Sovereign control over human affairs, and the prophetic coming of Jesus Christ to the world to show that He is Lord of lords and  King of kings.

 

I & II CORINTHIANS

A study of Paul the Apostle’s letters to the local church at Corinth, reproving, rebuking, and exhorting  those Saints in Christ to heed  God’s word to solve internal strife. 

 

NEW TESTAMENT  PRISON EPISTLES

This course is a study of the Pauline letters which were written while Paul was incarcerated to encourage believes to maintain the doctrinal truths revealed to Him (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon).

 

MISSIONS VI

A continuation of Missions V and the study of the book of Acts. God’s Word.

 

REVELATION

The Book of Revelation is a study of contrast and consummation.  Contrast, because of the first Adam’s failure and the second Adam's victory. Consummation, because the kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ, and He shall reign for ever and ever.