Courses in Semester Two

BN-226: Romans & Galatians

This course pursues the major themes of Redemption from the two greatest treatises ever written on the subject. Salvation by grace alone through faith alone is examined along with all of the implications and ramifications which flow from this great theme. Written by the beloved expositor and teacher, Dr. H. A. Ironside.

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English
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HI-216: Old Testament History

Dr. Shade does a survey of the historical books of the Old Testament designed to deal with the facts of Hebrew history. Spiritual lessons are to be learned from God's dealing with His people through the past ages that should stimulate and motivate Christians in our day. War and peace, idolatry and revival, tragedy and triumph, make up a tapestry that reveals the heart of the Eternal God.

Instructor:  Course Admin
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English
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BN-235: Acts

Covers apostolic times as they relate to the Early Church Period. A study of the Church, which is His Body, and the local church in action as it seeks to carry out its mandate as laid down in the Great Commission. The ministry of the Holy Spirit is examined in the great missionary outreach and evangelistic movement of the first century. The story of the church is traced as it moves from the Middle East into Asia and Europe. (Dr. Gerald Stover)

Instructor:  Course Admin
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English
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BI-222: Bible Study Methods

An introduction to the basics of Bible study including chapter summaries, inductive Bible study, the analytical study of a book, topical study, and biographical study.

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English
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BN-242: James

Luther called this book "the epistle of straw." This course will demonstrate that Luther was wrong and that the Epistle of James has much to say to us today as we seek to follow Christ. (Dr. Gerald Stover)

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English
FREE
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