A course to introduce the student to the entire WWBI program. The Programmed Instruction Method is explained as well as the various features of the learning STEP (Simplified Theological Education Packet). The student will also be taught how to use the tools of Bible study including a concordance and Bible dictionary. (Dr. Leonard Smith / Dr. Clarence Mason)
SL-116: Christian Growth
These are studies in the Christian life from the time of regeneration to the moment of glorification at His coming. Relationships of the Christian to the local church, the home, and the community are emphasized. The Christian’s exercise of service, stewardship, witnessing, prayer, Bible study, and daily living the Christian life are given prominence.
BI-116: God’s Plan of the Ages
A complete study of Classical Dispensationalism that covers the Scriptures from eternity to eternity. Examines the seven great economies by which God has tested man through the ages. An in-depth study of this time-tested method of Biblical interpretation.
SL-123: Personal Evangelism
This course provides the student with the "Romans' Road" method of presenting the Gospel, a tried and proved method of evangelism used by soul winners for many years. Taught by one of America's foremost pastors and soul winners, Dr. Earl Johnson, the student will learn the essential truths that are necessary to impart in order to lead another person to Christ.
The Gospel of Matthew is studied in the light of its relationship to the Old Testament prophecies of the coming of Messiah. An examination of the dispensational, devotional, and practical as well as the prophetic portions of Matthew characterize instruction in the course. Our teacher is Dr. Gerald Stover.
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.
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.
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)
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)