Biblical Studies


  • Genesis - Creation v. Evolution

A study of the biblical account of the creation of man, animals, the earth and universe in comparison to various scientific theories and speculations such as evolution.

  • Parables of Jesus

Exegesis of the parables of Jesus and examination of various interpretations presented by scholars in the field.

  • I Kings
  • Lives & Times of Kings Saul, David & Solomon
An in-depth study of the choosing, character, deeds, relationships, and reigns of the three rulers of the United Kingdom of Israel
  • Poetic Books

An analytical approach to Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon.

  • Dispensations and Covenants

The study of the seven dispensations (periods of time) and the eight covenants (agreements) in Scripture.

  • History of Israel

An enlightening study of the historical Books of the Old Testament (Joshua and Esther) giving the student an application of each Book as a unit, its contribution to God's plan of redemption, as it enveloped in the Old Testament as well as a study of the fall and captivity of the Divided Kingdom.

  • Evangelism

The study of the aims, advantages and various types of evangelism; the qualification of the evangelism ministry; how to minister to backsliders; and the in-filling of the Holy Spirit. This course takes biblical truth and presents it in a practical way, such as soul-winners' tactics, training techniques, target, trials, and triumphs.

  • Feasts of Israel

An insightful study of the seven feasts mandated by God (Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Weeks/Pentecost, Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles) their significance, fulfillment in relationship to Christ and future events./>

  • Kings of Israel

A study of the kings of the divided nation of Israel, Judah and Israel; their rule, failures, and impact on Israel's relationship with God.

  • Five Books of Moses

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

  • General Bible

An overview of the books of the Bible, including the origin, canonization, structure, and writers of the Bible, as well as major characters and events.

  • Ministry of Prayer

This course seeks to show the vital contribution of prayer in developing the whole person mentally, physically, and spiritually. A study is made of both Old Testament and New Testament prayer life, with special emphasis on the prayer life of Jesus and the early Church. This approach helps the student to realize how prayer becomes a resident active creative force in Christian living.

  • Major Prophets

A study of the major prophetical Books in the Old Testament: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and Daniel.

  • Minor Prophets

A study of the Minor Prophets - Hosea through Malachi- and their prophetic messages focusing on the Messiah, judgment and restoration of Israel.

  • Old Testament Survey

An overview of the 27 books which comprise the Old Testament, the writers and major characters and events.

  • Ten Commandments

An in-depth study of the Law of Moses and its relevance today.

  • Tabernacles and Temples

An insightful study of the various tabernacles and temples erected in Israel throughout the Bible.

  • Worship and Praise

This course is designed to establish a connection between the Old and New Testaments of the biblical pattern of God's requirements of man to approach Him. Considered are the patterns of the Tabernacle of Moses, the Levitical system and Sacrificial system.

  • New Testament Survey

An overview of the 27 books which comprise the New Testament, the writers, major characters and events.

  • Women In The Bible

A course in character study of the biblical women. The lives of these women serve as a guide to Christian living today, and should fascinate as well as warn us.

  • Walk Through Proverbs

The book of Proverbs was written in order for the reader to gain wisdom and instruction. In this class, students will explore all of the nuggets of wisdom that the book of Proverbs contains.

  • Discipleship

An in-depth study of the true meaning, cost and results of being a disciple of Jesus Christ. Making disciples is essential to carrying out the Great Commission, and being a disciple is essential to making disciples.

  • Jeremiah


  • Understanding Isaiah