The Book of Acts. An analytical study of the Book of Acts in relation to the purpose, structure and history of the New Testament Church. Special emphasis is placed on the ministry of the Holy Spirit.

Romans is one of the most important books in the Bible. Romans is a literature ahead of its time in many critical areas of theological, psychological, social, ethical and of course ecclesiastical reflection.

A study of the science and rules of biblical exegesis and interpretation. This course establishes the principles and methods by which the correct meaning of the Scriptures may be obtained.

An introductory survey designed to present a panoramic view of the New Testament. The major themes, general content and message of each book will be highlighted. Special attention will be given to the historical and cultural backgrounds, the major divisions and its present day significance.

An introductory survey designed to present a panoramic view of the Old Testament. The major themes, general content and message of each book will be highlighted. Special attention will be given to the historical and cultural backgrounds, the major divisions and its present day significance.