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.

This course of study is designed for an analytical and expository study of Romans, which emphasizes the theological development, structure and doctrines.

A continuing course designed to not only help the student develop deeper skills of Bible study, but to train them to be able to effectively teach others from a basic lesson plan approach.

Continuation of BI 201 - examination of the New Testament with attention given to the following stages: The Epistle Stage - Romans through Revelation.

An examination of the content of the New Testament with attention given to the following stages: The Gospel Stage, The Early Church Stage, The Epistle Stage - Galatians, I & II Corinthians, I & II Thessalonians.

An introductory course designed to help the student develop basic skills for Bible Study.  The major emphasis will be on the inductive method along with general applications to other methods of studying the Bible.

Continuation of BI 101-examination of the content of the Old Testament with attention given to the following stages: The United Kingdom Stage, The Chaotic Kingdom Stage, The Captivity Stage and The Return Stage.

An examination of the content of the Old Testament with attention given to the following stages: The Creative Stage, The Patriarchal Stage, The Exodus Stage, The Conquest Stage and The Judges Stage.