Biblical Courses

Note: the following courses content or course numbers may be changed with or without notice.
 
BIL209: Spiritual Formation I... A study is designed to explore the Theology and Philosophy of the Names of God, the Fruit of the Spirit and Spiritual Gifts.
 
BIL210: Paul Epistles... A study of the Paul Epistles is foundational for the understanding of God’s plan for the Church and individual Christian living. This course will show how the epistles were written to individuals and the Churches. The study will include background information, occasion, place and date of writing, as well as an exposition of the content of the letters.
 
BIL305: Spiritual Formation II... A study designed to explore the parables and miracles of Jesus Christ.
 
BIL306: Christian Ethics... A study of Christian ethics for everyday life and problems faced by those in professional ministry, utilizing sound biblical principles.
 
BIL314: Spiritual Formation III... A study designed to explore the Holy Spirit actions in the spiritual warfare of prayer, praise and worship.
 
BIL315: Biblical Language I (Greek)... This is the first half of a first-year Greek course. The beginnings of grammar and reading from New Testament passages will be pursued. Focus will be on nouns and associated words.  The student will learn a basic vocabulary and a limited number of word forms.
 
BIL331: Life and Journey of Paul... This course will provide a biographical study of the Apostle Paul focusing on how his life was shaped prior to his conversion, leading to his conversion and the effect his life had on those he ministered to after his conversion.
 
BIL400: Spiritual Formation IV... This course will examine principles of spiritual formation /renewal for personal growth. The course will focus on design and implementation of practices and strategies for daily exercise, congregational renewal and retreat programs.
 
BIL416: Biblical Language II (Greek)... The second half of the first-year Greek course will focus on verbs and the parts of grammar connected with them. The student will learn additional vocabulary, verbal rules and four main conjugations. The course will provide a foundation in the biblical language which the student can then build on.
 
BIL515: Biblical Language (Hebrew I)... The half of the first-year Hebrew course will focus on verbs and the parts of grammar connected with them. The student will learn additional vocabulary, verbal rules and four main conjugations. The course will provide a foundation in the biblical language which the student can then build on.
 
BIL625: Biblical Language (Hebrew II)... This is a continuation of BIL515 course: This will focus on verbs and the parts of grammar connected with them. The student will learn additional vocabulary, verbal rules and four main conjugations. The course will provide a foundation in the biblical language which the student can then build on.