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ART 316 History of Western Art and Archi...

A survey of the great works of art and architecture that dominate Western culture. The course includes a study of the styles, principles, artists, and cultural forces that produced these works. The course presents a rudimentary Christian aesthetics for un... read more

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  • Duration: T/Th 10:00-11:15a
  • Instructors: DR. BRET SAUNDERS

BIB 300 Life of Christ

BIB 300 Engaging the Life of Christ Syllabus A thematic study of the earthly life of Christ, tracing in detail the major movements including his presentation, authentication, opposition, instruction and rejection. This study focuses primarily on the Synop... read more

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  • Duration: June 5-9, 8:30am - 3:30pm
  • Instructors: MICHAEL CARD

BIB 301 Pauline Epistles

A survey of the Pauline Corpus, including exegetical study of selected Pauline Epistles.

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  • Instructors: BIB 301 Pauline Epistles

BIB 320-378 Bible Intensive (Old Testame...

Study of the book(s) indicated with attention to its exposition, historical setting, and meaning for Christians today, with special emphasis on teaching the book(s) in a local church setting.

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  • Duration: 8:30-11:20am
  • Instructors: BIB 320-378 Bible Intensive (Old Testament/New Testament Studies)

BIB 320 Genesis

Study of the book of Genesis with attention to its exposition, historical setting, and meaning for Christians today, with special emphasis on teaching the book in a local church setting.

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  • Duration: M 8:30-11:20am
  • Instructors: BIB 320 Genesis

BIB 338 Psalms

Study of the book of Psalms with attention to its exposition, historical setting, and meaning for Christians today, with special emphasis on teaching the book in a local church setting.

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  • Instructors: DR. RICHARD WELLS

BIB 364 Romans

Study of the book of Romans with attention to its exposition, historical setting, and meaning for Christians today, with special emphasis on teaching Romans in a local church setting.

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  • Duration: M 8:30-11:20am
  • Instructors: DR. RON LEWIS

CHR 113 Biblical Interpretation

The study of the principles and process of hermeneutics or interpretation applied specifically to the Bible as literature. Special attention is given to principles of literary analysis, literary genres found in the Bible, and to the significance of post-m... read more

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  • Duration: M 1:30-4:20pm
  • Instructors: DR. RON LEWIS

CHR 203 Baptist Heritage

A survey of the historical basis of Baptist thought and practice from its inception to the present. Under consideration shall be the major theological issues addressed by Baptists, Baptist ecclesiology, and leading Baptist figures. Special attention shall... read more

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  • Duration: M 5:00-7:50pm
  • Instructors: CHR 203 Baptist Heritage

CHR 212 The New Testament Story

The second part of a year-long systematic survey of the Bible story through seven eras: Creation, the Patriarchs, Moses, Israel, After the Exile, Jesus, and The Church. BibleMesh

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  • Duration: M 8:30-11:20am
  • Instructors: CHR 212 The New Testament Story

CHR 247 Christian Apologetics

A survey of the representative approaches to Christian apologetics. Classical methodologies are studied along with an evaluation of contemporary approaches.

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  • Duration: T/Th 8:30-9:45a
  • Instructors: CHR 247 Christian Apologetics

BIB 338 Psalms

Study of the book of Psalms with attention to its exposition, historical setting, and meaning for Christians today, with special emphasis on teaching the book in a local church setting.

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  • Instructors: DR. RICHARD WELLS

CHR 261 Christian Education

An intensive study of the origin, purposes, officers, and curriculum of the educational organizations of the local church.

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  • Instructors: CHR 261 Christian Education