This course is a study of the biblical doctrine of the Church. It includes a survey of the biblical terminology and imagery, examination of the origin of the Church and its relationship to other aspects of God’s program, exegesis of...
Apologetics is designed to have students formulate a sound defense of their faith. In this class, there are several controversial subjects explained in clear detail.
The principles and practices of the most significant world religions are discussed and evaluated. The course goes beyond descriptions and identifies points of contact and cultural opportunities for effective communication, understanding and engagement.
An introduction to Baptist history, including a special focus on Southern Baptists and their distinctive. This study will primarily focus on the English Baptists from the early seventeenth century to the late nineteenth century, and the Southern Baptist experience from...
This course explores the historic rise and expansion of Islam as well as in depth Muslim beliefs and practices. Attention is also given to the diversity within the world of Islam.
An in-depth study of election, regeneration, conversion, union with Christ, justification, adoption, sanctification, perseverance and preservation, and glorification.
An intensive study in Christian systematic theology.
A continuation of the intensive study in systematic theology.
A detailed historical study of the development of Christian doctrines. Focus is placed on the leaders of theological thought, philosophical backgrounds in the history of dogma and creeds.
This course equips students to use apologetics to engage with the culture using the various current issues of the day as entry points to the Gospel. Students will be trained to think critically from a biblical worldview and engage winsomely...