The Biblical Studies certificate program prepares the student to effectively lead Bible studies in the local church and parachurch.
Upon completion of the Biblical Studies certificate program the student will be equipped to effectively lead Bible studies in the local church and parachurch.
REQUIRED COURSES15 CREDIT HOURS
BIB1100 Covenant & Promise3
This introductory course uses the various covenants found throughout the Bible as an interpretative paradigm for understanding how God has worked and continues to work with his creation, particularly humankind, leading to redemption.
BIB2010 Life of Christ/Gospels3
A study of the Gospels focusing upon the life and ministry, and leadership, of Jesus Christ and His death and resurrection, with a view toward applying His life-changing principles to one’s everyday life.
BIB2300 Life in New Testament Times3
A study of the contexts of the New Testament, including cultural and geographical settings. Students use knowledge of these significant background issues in the various cultures and political arena of the New Testament.
BIB2900 Acts of the Apostles3
This course is a study of Acts that specifically follows the historical expansion of the church through doctrinal development, growth in understanding, evangelism, and geographical expansion through the missionary activities of its members. Students will become acquainted with the activities of the great church leaders of the first century (i.e., Peter, James, and Paul).
Revelations course to be written3