A study of the expansion of Christianity from Pentecost to the present. Particular attention is given to an examination of the modern Protestant mission movement. (3 hours)

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This course examines how Christian teachers can deepen their conceptual understanding and educational skills as they communicate Gospel teaching in a variety of contexts. Topics addressed include maturing in Christ as a Christian teacher, developmental learning theories, teaching strategies, teaching the Bible, evaluation tools, teaching teachers, and the roles of both the teacher and the learner during the teaching and learning process. Two hours.

This special hybrid-distance Reading Course is readily accessible for those anywhere in the world with online access and ability to join four Zoom Meeting sessions through the summer! Check out the syllabus and Online Course page!  [Guest Access EM5125 ]. 

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Demonstration of inductive Bible study method and treatment of the special teaching of a particular book or books of the New Testament based on the English text. May be repeated for credit as the book studied changes. Two or three hours

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Demonstration of inductive Bible study method and treatment of the special teaching of Genesis based on the English text. May be repeated for credit as the book studied changes. Not for credit in the MA/NT or MA/OT programs. Two or three hours.

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This course helps students, ministry staff and pastors grow in sensitivity and knowledge about how to navigate financial challenges common in a variety of ministry settings. The course is flexible and developmental in nature, building on the varying levels of financial knowledge, experience and competency.

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This course covers the study of the person and work of Christ. It treats the nature of man both as a creature and a sinner, including both original sin and the nature and consequences of acts of sin. Discussion focuses on both the atoning work of Christ and on the application of the work of Christ by the Holy Spirit that runs from election through conversion and justification all the way to glorification. Three Hours

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This course begins with the study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Focus then shifts to the doctrine of the Church. Topics include the nature, mission, function, organization, and ordinances of the church, the use of the gifts of the Holy Spirit in ministry, and the relation of Israel to the Church. The course concludes with a treatment of the Last Things in relation to individuals (including the intermediate state and the resurrection of the body), and in relation to the following corporate groups: the Church, Israel, and the nations. Three hours. 

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