An in-depth study devoted to the defense of the divine origin and authority of Christianity.
A study of archaeology in Bible lands. This course will strengthen the student's faith in the inerrancy of the Scriptures as seen through archaeology.
This course will aid the student in understanding the Creative Scripture. It is designed to acquaint the student with an overview of the book of the Old Testament dealing with creation.
A course that introduces the student to the Bible - as to its origin, language, canon, and its inspiration.
The word "covenant" involves promise, loyalty, commitment, and faithfulness. In this course, the student will be enlightened concerning not only God's responsibility concerning His covenants, but also man's responsibility concerning his and God's covenants.
A course of study that defends the Christian Faith against counter - claimants to truth.
This course is a study of one man's journey into Biblical discoveries and their relevance for today. Included in this study are the discoveries of: Noah's Ark, the Red Sea crossing place of the children of Israel, the Cross holes on Golgotha, and the Ark of the Covenant.
An analysis of the literary structure, theological content, and historical - Biblical context of the book of Psalms.
A survey of the background, contents, and occasion of the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
A comprehensive study and evaluation of all the prophets in the Bible.