Associates In Biblical Studies


  • The Pentateuch

Audit Course A survey of the major events recorded by Moses in the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

  • Epistle To The Romans

An extensive study of Paul's argument in this epistle and his major theological teachings such as justification, sanctification, and the future of Israel.

  • Inter-Testament History

A historical study of the events which occurred during the "400 years of silence" between the testaments, and their impact on the nation of Israel.

  • Gospel of John
The Fourth Gospel is studied in light of its historical context and stated evangelistic purpose to discover its testimony to the deity of the lord Jesus Christ and to His redemptive work. The instructor will also explain and demonstrate some basic interpretive principals and methods of Bible study.
  • Inductive Bible Study

A course designed to teach students the importance of studying the Bible and knowing the Scriptures. Topics include: Rules for studying the Bible, The Bible and Culture, and practical tools for Bible Study. To know God you must know His Book.

  • Lives of Famous Evangelists

An appreciative study of famous evangelists and their sacrifices, battles, and victories for the cause of Christ.

  • Life and Ministry of Paul

An engrossing study of the personal life and dynamic ministry of the most influential writer of the New Testament; his struggles, unique call and mission to the Gentiles.

  • New Testament Introduction

The study of the various New Testament books where the student is required to complete an extensive research project on the writing, purpose, language, internal and external evidences of the New Testament.

  • Pastoral Epistles

1st and 2nd Timothy, and Titus. A detailed look into the Apostle Paul's writings of the Pastoral Epistles also known as the Prison Epistles. A study that gives good biblical foundation to the worship, order, discipline and responsibility of leadership in the church.

  • Synoptic Gospels

An analysis of the Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, and Luke with emphasis upon the similaries and the differences in their structure, subject matter and presentation of Christ.

  • Urban and Foreign Missions

This study places special emphasis on the church's role in reaching those in disadvantaged situations locally and around the world.

  • Christ In The Scriptures

A detailed look at Christ and the types of Christ in each book of the Bible.

  • Men in the Bible

A character study in the success and conflicts of the lives of dominant male characters in the Bible.

  • Revelation

An intensive synthetical, Christological, and analytical study of the events and personages outlined in Book of Revelation from a Pre-millennial viewpoint.

  • Pauline Epistles

This course is a detailed introduction to the Apostle Paul's writings to the Galations, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians and their significance to the church's role in the city.

  • General Epistles

A study of the letters written by the apostles James, Peter, and John to the believers in the early Church as well as today, involving instruction for holy living, encouragement to love one another, and warnings to guard against false teachers.

  • The Sermon on the Mount

The Sermon on the Mount is the heart of Jesus' teachings and is the first of many sermons. The course will focus on the teachings of Jesus, called the Beatitudes, law-keeping, anger, oaths, love, hate, adultery, divorce, prayer, forgiveness, treasure-gathering, trusting God, judging people, and serving a master.

  • Church History

A concise look at the development of Christianity, focusing on the key movements and outstanding christian leaders, revolutionary breakthroughs, and crucial turning points in the history of the Church.

  • Fundamentals of Biblical Leadership

This course is designed to guide the student effectively concerning Christian leadership; and to help the student understand what is right from wrong. We will define biblical leadership in its nature versus management, other worldviews, custom, and traditions. We will also explain what the differences are; and what God seeks in biblical leadership. Biblical principles will be explored, by looking at different books of the Bible. By taking this course the student will get to see why God’s deals with various cultures the ways he does. We will also study some of the method used by God, the prophets, the Kings, Jesus, the apostles and today leaders. By studying the mistakes made by Christian leaders, the student will leave with the right model even though it may not be popular. This course is the basis for such courses as servant leadership, visionary leadership, and strategic planning. The serious minded student has a lot to gain in this course, especially if he or she decides to be a pastor or lead anyone from a biblical perspective.

Expected outcome is that student will learn to lead the godly way, versus the ways of men.

  • Faith In Action

Faith in action is based on Hebrews chapter 11 but its main focus will rest primarily on Abraham the father of faith. Faith in action is a course that will expose your need for increased faith. This course will reveal the measure of faith you’re operating in, and the reason why some of us haven’t received an answer to prayers simply because we’re praying amiss.

We’ll view areas of faith such as: The object of Faith, The demand of Faith, The Test of Faith, The climax of Faith, The Assurance of Faith, and much, much, more.

  • Understanding The Parables Of Christ


  • The Miracles That Jesus Performed