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English Grammar I – Audit Class

COURSE Description:  The purpose of this course is to equip students with the basic skills to understand how the English language works in written form. They will learn grammatical terms and definitions; they will practice constructing simple to complex sentences; they will learn how to identify a word’s function based on their context in a …

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New Testament Survey – Audit Class

COURSE DESCRIPTION A survey of the message of each of the 27 New Testament books, their relationships to each other, introductory issues (author, date, occasion, uniqueness, etc.), and factors in the first century (e.g., chronology and history) that influenced the life and ministry of the early church as well as affect the mission of the …

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Old Testament Survey – Audit Class

Course Description A general overview of the message of each Old Testament book, including how they relate to one other to form the whole, pertinent introductory issues (author, date, occasion, uniqueness, etc.), biblical theology of the Old Testament, and the chronological developments in the history of Israel. Course Objectives By the end of this course …

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English Grammar I

The purpose of this course is to equip students with the basic skills to understand how the English language works in written form. They will learn grammatical terms and definitions; they will practice constructing simple to complex sentences; they will learn how to identify a word’s function based on their context in a sentence, and …

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Baptist History

A survey of the history of the people called Baptists and their churches throughout the past two millennium. There are notes and study aids provided as the lessons progress. NOTE: You cannot progress to the next lesson until you complete the quizzes or exams that are found after certain lessons.

Introduction to Missions

This course is an introduction to missions focusing on its biblical basis, current challenges, and the tremendous needs on the mission field.

New Testament Survey

COURSE DESCRIPTION A survey of the message of each of the 27 New Testament books, their relationships to each other, introductory issues (author, date, occasion, uniqueness, etc.), and factors in the first century (e.g., chronology and history) that influenced the life and ministry of the early church as well as affect the mission of the …

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Old Testament Survey

Course Description A general overview of the message of each Old Testament book, including how they relate to one other to form the whole, pertinent introductory issues (author, date, occasion, uniqueness, etc.), biblical theology of the Old Testament, and the chronological developments in the history of Israel. Objectives By the end of this course student …

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