Available courses

THE2800 Pentecostalism_A.3

This course provides an overview of the historical and doctrinal development of the Pentecostal movement from 1901 to the present. Students explore the unique connection between this emergence and the first century New Testament Church. Special emphasis is given to the apostolic movement and the progression of growth, traditions, and distinctives. Students should have a grasp of major events and organizational issues over the last century.

Teacher: Dean Anderson

CML5320 Leadership Theology of Vision

All effective ministry begins with vision. Nothing is more foundational. In this course, students explore both the ethereal and the practical aspects of vision—what it is, how it comes, and its primacy of place in effective ministry. The course also includes discussion of the contrasts and interplay between visionary and managerial ministry. Biblical as well as historical models are researched, with emphasis on applicability to the individual.

BIB3320 - Prophets

This course will explore the corpus of Old Testament prophets. Issues of genres, themes, and historical context will be examined. Students will gain an awareness of overarching themes and styles within the prophets as well as an understanding of the unique contributions of the individual books.

ENG2015 - Introduction to Literature

Students engage in a variety of expository writing exercises, including literary analysis, through the critical study of various literary genres, including poetry, short fiction, drama, and the novel.

Teacher: Karla Adair

ENG1115 - English Reading and Composition

This course involves reading and interpreting a variety of narrative and expository texts including essays, fiction, and one longer, significant text. Students compose a sequence of expository essays and a research paper. Instruction emphasizes reading and writing as discourse with a focus on purpose/setting/thesis formation, sentence and paragraph structure, and essay development.

Teacher: Kari Lee