A study focusing on the letters of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus based on the English text. Critical
issues with regard to background, context, authorship and literary characteristics are
presented, followed by a stress on the theology and contemporary application of their
The Pastoral Epistles are unique among those New Testament writings commonly attributed
to Paul. Though they are addressed to individuals they convey general information about
Church governance that is unique to these Pauline letters. They contain valuable insights both
into the challenges facing the early New Testament Church, and those who were called to
lead and minister in those early churches.
The Pastoral Letters abound with instructions and
exhortations about sound doctrine, wealth and beneficence, leadership and church order.
This course will also probe critical problems pertaining to authorship, historical background
and the contemporary application of the teachings of these epistles.
Course Title: Introduction to the Bible (4 Credits)
Course Number: BIS393 + (1 Credit 25-page Research Paper)
Textbook: Introduction to the Bible
Description: A Literary, Historical, and Contemporary Perspective of the Bible
Introduction to the Bible approaches the Bible by considering it from three different viewpoints: literary, historical, and contemporary. This unique approach underscores the dynamics of each view and the methods scholars have developed to study them.
- Teacher: Dr. Ted Ridore
BNT102 Between the Testaments (3)
This course connects the Old and New Testaments of the Bible to bring about a thorough understanding of timing in dealing with humankind.
LMG112 Life Management God’s Way (2 credits)
Course Description: This course is the key to Christian Life Management God’s way. Bible students will find this course very enriching.
- Student: Latoya Arrington
- Student: Colin Blair
- Student: Kerryann Blair
- Student: Jasmin Dieudonne
- Student: Michelle Elizabeth Edmund
- Student: Claudia Fields
- Student: Casie Jean Graham Davis
- Student: Corey Gray
- Student: Jamela Levy
- Student: Coy Lyttle
- Student: Omar Shaw
- Student: Ariel Tikili
- Student: Barinor Tikili
- Student: Benjamin Tikili
- Student: Jecoliah Tikili
- Student: Latiesha Wynter
NTS143 New Testament Survey (3) This survey introduces the student to the New Testament itself, the life of Christ and the progress of the Christian faith. This is a preparation for further in depth study in the doctrine of the New Testament.
NTS203 Intro to The Book of Acts (3 credits)
The book of Acts describes the establishment of the first churches and the spread of the gospel to the nations. This course will provide an explanation in detail.
Old Testament Studies is fascinating with biblical knowledge Christians and biblical students sometimes unaware of. This courses is designed to just that—to inform the students with a practical in-depth exposure. Students who intend to grow in the Lord will understand that their biblical bank would be lacking with the Old Testament studies. This is part one, Part two may important as well.
The objective of this course is to expose and inform the students to the Pentateuch in a practical way that will make impossible for the student not learn. After completing this course students should have biblical knowledge of how God works in various stages with the Patriarchs and in their lives and ministries.
Each student will identify the nature, theme, time; outline and purpose of each book’s content, and each student identify the message(s) of each book
Course: Epistles to the Romans (x2)
Course Number: BIS333
This course, Epistles to the Romans, generally considered to be Paul's most profound letter. In The Epistle to the Romans this course offers an exposition of Romans deeply penetrating in its elucidation of the text yet accessible to scholars, pastors, and students alike.
The purpose and contents of Romans provides important background information on the church at Rome. This course provides a verse-by-verse exposition of the text that takes into account key problems that have emerged in the older and newer literature.
- Teacher: Dr. Christine Valentime