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Bible Related Studies


Ph-102 Beginning Hermeneutics - 3 SH Credit 
Allows the student to explore the methods of Biblical interpretation, the interpretation of parables, the use of archaeology in interpretation, as well as the various interpretations used during the church age. This is a needful course for the student who intends to rightly understand the Bible.

Ph-102 Directed Reading - 1 – 3 SH Credit 
Pursues an area of philosophy through reading books, periodicals and writings. He then presents his work to Bethany. These readings are under the direction of an assigned professor.

Ph-301 The Cults - 3 SH Credit 
A survey of what the cults believe and a brief survey of their history.

Ph-302 Apologetics - 3 SH Credit 
A study of the defense of the Holy Scriptures with the approach to help the student to defend the faith, which was once delivered to the saints against the attacks and ridicule of those who oppose Christianity.

Ph-401 Logic - 3 SH Credit
An introduction to logical thinking.

Ph-501 Introduction to Philosophy - 3 SH Credit 
Takes the Christian perspective of philosophy. The various issues long debated by thinking men, as well as current discussion among philosophers are examined.

Ph-502 Comparative Religions - 3 SH Credit 
A survey of religious philosophies and practices of the major religions.

Ph-503 Advanced Hermeneutics - 3 SH Credit 
A study of the underlying principles of Biblical interpretation.  This course deals with the methods of interpreting the Scriptures.  It is the pursuit of wisdom and knowledge of rightly dividing the Word of Truth.

Ph-601 Advanced Apologetics I - 3 SH Credit 
Takes into consideration the study of Christian Apologetics, as well as researching the history of the various manuscripts and translations of the Bible. 

Ph-602 Advanced Apologetics II - 3 SH Credit 
A continuation of Ph-631. Takes into consideration the study of Christian Apologetics, as well as researching the history of the various manuscripts and translations of the Bible.

Ph-603 Advanced Apologetics III - 3 SH Credit 
A continuation of Ph-632.

Ph-604 Seminar - 1 – 3 SH Credit
On-site seminar.

Ph-605 Directed Reading in Philosophy
1 – 3 SH Credit
Pursues an area of Philosophy through reading books, periodicals, and writings.

Ph-701 Thesis - 6 SH Credit 
Required to research the area of religion or cults, hermeneutics, or apologetics and present a thesis of no less than 20,000 words in the form of two hardbound copies to the Seminary.  The Seminary will keep one copy and the other copy will be returned to the student. The title of the thesis and subject matter to be covered must be presented to the Dean for approval prior to beginning the research project.