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Studies in Bible - Undergraduate Level

Bi-101 Understanding the Bible - 3 SH Credit 
Introduces the student to the Bible as to its origin, its language, its canon, its inspiration, etc.

Bi-102 Old Testament Survey - 3 SH Credit
Provides the student with a bird’s eye view of the first 17 books of the Old Testament and serves as an introduction to the study of the Pentateuch.

Bi-103 New Testament Survey - 3 SH Credit 
A brief study of the books of the New Testament in regards to the authors, theme of each book, their general message, etc. Serves as an introduction to the study of the Gospels, as well as other New Testament books.

Bi-104 Exploring the Bible - 3 SH Credit
A serious but understandable guide to studying the Bible.  The proper tools are provided to help any believer dig into the Scriptures and search out their meaning and significance.

Bi-105 The Pentateuch - 3 SH Credit 
Designed to acquaint the student with the first five books of the Old Testament, giving an overview of God’s working among man from creation to Israel’s deliverance from Egypt.

Bi-106 Israel’s History - 3 SH Credit 
Leads the student to explore the 12 historical books of the Old Testament, Joshua through Esther. A study is made of the founding of Israel as a nation until Babylonian captivity, as well as the post-captivity period.

Bi-107 Manners and Customs I - 3 SH Credit 
Provides insight to the customs behind many of the Old Testament passages. The student will find this course to be of great value and unlike most courses offered in this field.

Bi-108 Manner and Customs II - 3 SH Credit 
A continuation of Bi-134 except it deals with the Manners and Customs of the New Testament. In Section I and II, the student deals with the various verses of Scripture, which have to do with the manners and customs of that day.

Bi-109 The Gospels - 3 SH Credit 
An overview of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John in relation to the author, the central theme of each book, and the teaching and miracles of Christ.

Bi-201 The Tabernacle - 3 SH Credit 
A study of the Old Testament tabernacle in regards to types and foreshadows of Christ, showing great spiritual truths.

Bi-202 Biblical Evidence - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the various manuscripts from which the Bible was translated with emphasis on the history of the King James Version of the Bible. A section is given to problem texts.

Bi-203 Historical Books I - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth.

Bi-204 Historical Books II -3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of I and II Samuel, I and II Kings, and I and II Chronicles. Bi-223 is a prerequisite for this course.

Bi-205 Historical Books III - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. Bi-223 and Bi-224 are prerequisites for this course.

Bi-206 Bible Types - 3 SH Credit 
An introductory study to typology and deals with Christ, Calvary, the Resurrection, the Holy Spirit and more.

Bi-207 Progress of Redemption - 3 SH Credit 
An overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The student builds a study guide from the text.

Bi-208 Christian Biographies - 3 SH Credit

Bi-209 Acts and Pauline Epistles - 3 SH Credit 
An in-depth survey of the Book of Acts in relation to Paul’s conversion and the epistles, which he wrote. Emphasis is placed on the theme and background of each book.

Bi-210 Directed Reading - 1-3 SH Credit 
Pursues an area of Bible through reading books, periodicals and writings. He then presents his work to Bethany. These readings are under the direction of an assigned professor.

Bi-211 Biblical Archaeology - 3 SH Credit
Studies the ruins unearthed from the Holy Land.

Bi-301 Introduction to the O.T. Prophetic Books 
 3 SH Credit 
Offers the student an opportunity to study the introduction to the Old Testament Prophetic Books.

Bi-302 The Bible and Judaism - 3 SH Credit  
A study of Jewish holidays, religious practices, and doctrines.  One will also study Messianic prophecies.

Bi-303 Romans - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of the book of Romans.

Bi-306 New Testament Epistles I - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of Romans, I and II Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians.

Bi-307 New Testament Epistles II - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of Philippians, Colossians, and I and II Thessalonians. Bi-326 is a prerequisite for this course.

Bi-308 New Testament Epistles III - 3 SH Credit 
Studies the theme, outline, and content of I and II Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. Bi-326 and Bi-327 are prerequisites for this course.

Bi-309 Great Christian Leaders of the Christian Church - 3 SH Credit 
This course has been listed in the Department of Bible because it begins with the Apostles Peter, Paul, and John. Portions of the course includes the latter days of Christ and continues to the present.

Bi-310 Biblical Understanding - 3 SH Credit 
Aids the student in understanding the Scriptures. Included in this study are methods for word study, dealing with alleged discrepancies, and seeing the unity of Scripture.

Bi-311 Heart of Hebrew History - 3 SH Credit 
Designed for the student who has already surveyed the Old Testament and is ready for a more in-depth study of the Hebrew nation.

Bi-312 Independent Research - 3 SH Credit 
Allows the student to explore on his own a personal research into the Scriptures in a selected area of the Bible. Approval from the college must be obtained before beginning this project.

Bi-401 Jeremiah and Lamentations - 3 SH Credit 
Allows the student to study the theme, message, and contents of each book.

Bi-402 Ezekiel - 3 SH Credit 
A practical study of the historical setting, the author, his message and the theme of the book are presented.

Bi-403 Daniel - 3 SH Credit 
A practical study of the historical setting, the author, his message and the theme of the books are presented.

Bi-404 Pastoral Epistles - 3 SH Credit
Studies the historical setting, the author, his message and the theme of the books.

Bi-405 Epistle of James - 3 SH Credit
Studies the historical setting, the author, his message and the theme of the book.

Bi-406 Revelation - 3 SH Credit 
A study involving things to come. Careful attention is given to both its historical setting and prophecy.
Bi-407 Poetic Books - 3 SH Credit 
Allows the student to review the poetic literature: Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon.  Attention is given to their theme and message.

Bi-408 General Epistles - 3 SH Credit
A study of I and II Peter. Special attention is given to the occasion of the writing, the development and theme of the book, as well as the message.

Bi-409 Heart of the New Testament - 3 SH Credit 
Relates to the times of Christ and provides a background of information to enlighten the student’s understanding when studying the New Testament Scriptures.

Bi-410 The Life of Paul - 3 SH Credit 
Portrays the life of the Apostle Paul, providing an understanding of his teaching and his work. One will also study the main themes of Paul’s thought in regards to their historical background and illustrations from his letters.

Bi-411 Directed Reading - 3 SH Credit 
Pursues an area of Bible through reading books, periodicals and writings. He then presents his work to Bethany. These readings are under direction of an assigned professor.