1001 - Introduction To The Bible: Introduction of the sixty-six books of the Bible, its origin, and the important events periods, and personalities that led to the development of the Bible in its present form.
1007 - Survey of the Old Test: Survey the Old Testament. Included in this survey will be a general overview of the divisions, times, places; with emphasis on the nation of Israel, events, people and archaeology of the Old Testament.
1072 - Survey of New Testament: Engage in general overview of the divisions, time period, places, events, people and archaeology of the New Testament sections of the Bible.
1089 - Survey of Romans: Engage in an overview of major issues presented in Paul's doctrinal letter to the Roman Christians. Students will come to recognize each doctrinal position taught in the class.
2011 - Baptist Doctrine: Examine with simplicity and clarity the basic teachings of the Baptist faith, Explore each doctrinal position and the basis for each doctrinal position taught in the class.
2023 - Creative Ways of Teaching: Assist teachers in discovery innovative ways to teach that lead to transform student's lives, and in discovering new ways to teaching that will include learning behavior and strategies of student learning behavior.
3007 - History of Baptists: Examine the roots of the Baptist faith. Students will study the historical development of the Baptist denomination.
3008 - Theology and History of Christianity: Outline the development of the Christian movement from the beginning of Jesus's ministry on Earth to present times. Focus on the history, theology, culture and times that enable Christianity to develop and grow. Prominent persons who influence the Christian movement will be identified.
4012 - The Doctrine of the Holy Spirits: Study the person and work of the Holy Spirit. A thorough look at the correspondent doctrine that influence our understanding of the Holy Spirit. Identification this doctrine of the Church with a holistic understanding of salvation, with special emphasis on justification, redemption and sanctification.
7005 - Christian Evangelism: Teach the basic steps in developing a program of evangelism. Discover the appropriate scriptures to use, the methods, techniques and media best suited for witnessing to nonbelievers.