|Course #||Course Title||Course Hours|
|CL 201||Principles of Spiritual Conflict||3 Hours|
|NT 260||Ephesians||4 Hours|
|NT 204||New Testament Survey I||3 Hours|
|NT 205||New Testament Survey II||3 Hours|
|NT 206||New Testament Survey III||3 Hours|
|TH 221||Doctrine of Christ, Salvation, Church||3 Hours|
|TH 222||Doctrine of the Holy Spirit||1 Hour|
Practical Ministry Classes
|PM 235||Counseling||2 Hours|
|EE 234||Bible Teaching Methods||2 Hours|
|PM 212||Methodology of Missions||3 Hours|
|PE 201||Physical Education||3 Hours|
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 30
CL 201: Principles of Spiritual Conflict -3 Hours
This course is designed to develop a fuller understanding of the believer’s authority in Jesus Christ, specifically in reference to the fight against the world, the flesh and the devil.
NT 260: Ephesians -4 Hours
An analytical study of Ephesians gives special attention to the occasion of each Epistle and the development of the theme(s) of each book.
NT 204: New Testament Survey I -3 Hours
This course provides an in-depth Bible study of the four Gospels and the book of Acts. It includes a study of the chronology of Christ’s ministry as well as a thorough study of the spread of Christianity in the early first century. Historical and geographical backgrounds are considered as well as authorship, dates, purpose(s), significant persons, theology and major themes of each book.
NT 205: New Testament Survey II -3 Hours
This course surveys the letters and epistles of Paul. Historical and geographical backgrounds are considered as well as authorship, dates, purpose(s), significant persons, theology and major themes of each book.
NT 206: New Testament Survey III -3 Hours
This course surveys the general epistles from Hebrews through Revelation. Historical and geographical backgrounds are considered as well as authorship, dates, purpose(s), significant persons, theology and major themes of each book.
TH 221: Doctrine of Christ, Salvation, Church -3 Hours
The purpose of this course is to more fully understand and organize the doctrines of Christ, salvation, and the church in order that we might better worship God, grow in holiness, and more effectively teach others.
TH 223: Doctrine III- Holy Spirit -1 Hour
The study of the Holy Spirit focuses on such qualities as the Holy Spirit’s deity, personality, indwelling, baptism, sealing, filling, signs and miracles, gifts and teachings. Learning to walk in the Spirit is emphasized.
PM 235: Counseling -2 Hours
This course will provide a basic study of the nature and scope of biblical counseling. Students will be introduced to essential principles and practices of counseling.
EE 234: Bible Teaching Methods -2 Hours
Students will package and present the fruit of their Bible Study Methods course in a clear, effective manner to their designated audience.
MI 212: Methodology of Missions -3 Hours
Basic concepts of biblical missiology and the role of missions in the local church is presented in this course. An introduction to ministry in a different cultural setting is also studied. This course introduces the student to the issues involved in evangelism, discipleship and church planting across cultural boundaries.
PE 201: Physical Education -3 Hours
Students participate in a daily sports program. Most of the time, this consists of the great EI tradition of volleyball. Character is revealed and honed under the pressure of competition while students learn teamwork, dealing with adversity and submission to authority.