Phase 4:  EXPOSITORY PREACHING, EXPOSURE TO THE ISSUES OF THE DAY & ESCHATOLOGY (36 credits)

The Objectives of Year 4 – to be equipped to be a faithful expositor of the Biblical text, to be well-versed in the theological issues of the day, and to be able to effectively teach these truths to others. 

Verse-by-verse exposition of 2 Corinthians 4–5.

(1 Credit)

20-40 minute devotionals

(2 Credits)

This valuable class moves students from basic grammar to effectively communicating God’s truths in written form, which will be needed for writing tracts, letters, books, etc.

(4 Credits)

A crucial course on God’s blueprint for marriage and the God-ordained roles of a husband and wife, along with instruction for effective parenting and the relationship and role of children in the family.

(2 Credits)

Important theological issues of our day are examined under the searchlight of Scripture.

(3 Credits)

An exciting, verse-by-verse expositional study of Revelation to know God’s plan for the future.

(4 Credits)

A continued exciting, verse-by-verse expositional study of Revelation to know God’s plan for the future.

(4 Credits)

This introductory course on the original language of the New Testament is designed to get students familiar with the basics of Koine Greek vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure, focusing on nouns, pronouns, adjectives, conjunctions, and the present and imperfect-tense, indicative-mood forms of verbs. 

(4 Credits)

A continuation of the basics of Koine Greek vocabulary, grammar, and syntax, learning the remaining verb tenses and moods, participles, infinitives, and the article, leading to the translation of 1 John, with the goal of becoming an accurate exegete.

(4 Credits)

This course exposes students to the first 8 steps of a 20-step process from exegesis to expository preaching. In doing so, the student will learn how to examine the general and specific context, recreate the passage accurately, discover the central ideas and purpose of the passage, address any interpretative problems that surface, and “principle-ize” the text for contemporary relevance.

(3 Credits)