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Bible

Students study the formation of the Old Testament Scriptures, the metanarrative of the grand story of the Gospel as history, the Old Testament and the Gospel, and covenants of the Old Testament, reading the Old Testament, surveying the content of each Old Testament book, and the discipline of exegesis (the process of inductively analyzing a biblical text to determine the author's intended meaning and then the proper application of that meaning) as a skill of discipleship to know the Scriptures and ground themselves in a thoroughly Christian worldview.

Students will study the Canon of the New Testament Scriptures, Intertestamental history, reading the New Testament and surveying the content of each New Testament book, and the discipline of exegesis (the process of inductively analyzing a biblical text to determine the author's intended meaning and then the proper application of that meaning) as a skill of discipleship to know the Scriptures and ground themselves in a thoroughly Christian worldview.

This course is an introduction to and study of the doctrines of Christianity as a guide for orthodoxy. In this study, students will understand in detail the doctrine of the word of God, the doctrines of God, Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit and mankind, the doctrine of the application of redemption, the doctrine of the church and the doctrine of the future. 

This course is a survey of six contemporary philosophical worldviews (Christianity, Islam, Marxism, Humanism, New Age, and Postmodernism) in the following areas: theology, philosophy, ethics, science, psychology, sociology, political science, economics, law, and history. It is designed to equip Christians in knowing why they believe what they believe as well as confronting other worldviews with the Gospel in grace, truth, and love.