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Winter Courses

LEVEL ONE

PL531: Biblical Theology

Allen Tyndall, MEd, MDiv, DMin
Thursdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: December 2, 2021

This course introduces the content, discipline, and practical application of biblical theology that is foundational for a biblical worldview, practical ministry, and systematic theology. The theology of the entire Bible is considered, as well as many of the major themes from Genesis through Revelation, emphasizing how the two testaments connect to produce one unified “Big Picture” view.

LEVEL ONE

PL111: Biblical Interpretation

Todd Habegger
Mondays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: December 6, 2021

With an emphasis on the inductive approach to biblical interpretation, this course introduces students to methods of Bible study and to the principles of biblical interpretation. What do students say? “The assignments made me go beyond the surface.” “I looked forward to weekly chats.” “I really enjoyed this course!”

LEVEL TWO

PL331: Church Administration

Dr. Don Williams, DMin
Tuesdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: December 7, 2021

Administration is not simply managing nickles and noses. Administration is the stewardship of relationships – a leader’s relationship with the people they shepherd, the financial and physical resources entrusted to them, and the laws of the community and culture in which they minister. This course will introduce leaders to the core principles on which they can build lasting ministries that faithfully and effectively administer these relationships.

LEVEL TWO

PL631: Spiritual Warfare

Nana Couffie, PhD
Thursdays, 8:00pm Eastern
Start Date: December 2, 2021

This crash course in spiritual warfare boils down to two core principles (authority and legal ground) and includes developing a biblical worldview, knowing our identity in Christ, clarifying warfare terminology and concepts, understanding generational issues, dealing with the occult, breaking soul ties, emphasizing forgiveness, and establishing a freedom ministry in the local church.

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