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Studies in Bible - Graduate and Postgraduate Level

Bi-501  Genesis - 3 SH Credit 
An in-depth study of the book of Genesis in regards to its author, theme and message.

Bi-502  Hebrews - 3 SH Credit 
An exposition of the book of Hebrews is conducted at the Master’s level, allowing the student to consider the authorship, historical background, its relationship to the Old Testament and special problems.

Bi-503  Seminar (On-site) - 1-3 SH Credit 

Bi-504  The Life of Christ - 3 SH Credit 
An in-depth study is made of the life of Christ, His Words, and Works from the point of view that He is the preexistent Son of God. 

Bi-505  Mosaic Writings - 3 SH Credit 
An advanced and in-depth study of the Pentateuch on the Master’s level.  The student explores the first five books of the Bible as to their background, their authenticity, and their content.

Bi-506  Romans - 3 SH Credit 
An exposition of the book of Romans is conducted allowing the student not only to study about the author and purpose, but explore the doctrinal truths as found in the book.

Bi-507  The Gospel of John - 3 SH Credit 
Allows the student to do an exposition of the Gospel according to John.  A study is made of the author, its purpose, its message, and doctrinal truths.  This is taught on the Master’s level and is very in-depth.

Bi-508  Independent Research - 3 SH Credit 
The student is allowed to research an area of the Scriptures in the Master’s Program and present it in the form of a dissertation, consisting of no less than 10,000 words.  The institution must approve the title and a preliminary outline before the student begins the formal research.

Bi-509  Typology - 3 SH Credit 
A thorough examination of typology, not only as a Biblical and theological subject, but also a study of the connection with all Christian doctrine.

Bi-510  Isaiah - 3 SH Credit 
An in-depth study of Isaiah is presented.  Isaiah has been called the Gospel of the Old Testament.  Also, a practical study of the historical setting, the author, his message, and the theme of the book are considered.

Bi-511  Introduction to Old Testament - 3 SH Credit
Provides the student a bird’s eye view of the books of the Old Testament, by providing an introduction, history, and brief content of each book.

Bi-512  Introduction to New Testament - 3 SH Credit
Provides the student a bird’s eye view of the books of the New Testament, by providing introductions, history, and brief content of each book.

Bi-513 Writings of Paul - 3 SH Credit
Covers the New Testament books: Romans through Philemon.

Bi-601  Expositional Methods - 3 SH Credit 
A prerequisite to taking any of the Expositional Bible Studies offered.  The student is exposed to the expository method of preaching and teaching.  The methods learned in this course will aid the student in completing courses in Biblical exposition.