All Courses

  • TH-560: Hermeneutics M1

    A directed study of the principles of the literal- grammatical-historical (L-G-H) system of biblical interpretation, with guided practice in using those principles in interpreting representative passages.

  • TH-767: Church History and Historical Theology 1

    This is an overview studying the history and theological development of the Christian Church from its inception to the Reformation. Significant individuals, events, doctrines, and heresies will be highlighted. Major periods of theological formation will be emphasized, including the Patristic period and the Middle Ages. This will provide students the tools to critically evaluate modern doctrines of the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and various Protestant theologies within the context of their developments within Church History.

  • RS-503: Research Methods, Writing, and Technology M1

    A course designed to introduce the student to the skills necessary to produce graduate level research papers and projects. This includes the proper formatting of papers (Turabian), source documentation, and thesis formation. How to effectively read for comprehension and how to express oneself properly is explored. Methods for using technology to discover information appropriate to graduate work through the use of electronic databases, Internet resources, library collections, and information literacy are addressed. Students will be introduced to the Canvas LMS and BlueJeans video conferencing system used at Grace for all its courses.

  • RS-210: Research Writing and Technology M1

    A course designed to teach the serious student of the Word proper research methodology, college level writing skills, and the effective use of technology for creating quality research papers and projects, following A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian (9th ed.). Methods for using technology to discover information appropriate to college-level research through the use of electronic databases, Internet resources, library collections, and information literacy are addressed.

  • TH-663: Angelology, Anthropology and Hamartiology M1

    A study of angelology (the doctrines of the unfallen angels, Satan and the fallen angels), anthropology (creation of humanity, the material and immaterial aspects of humanity, and the fall of humanity), and hamartiology (original and personal sin).

  • OT-514: Historical Books

    A study of the Old Testament historical books (Joshua through Esther) with an emphasis on the setting, genre, structure, key dates and persons, biblical theology, and key events of these books. Special attention will be given to the conquest of Canaan, the sin cycle of Judges, the development of the monarchy, the Davidic Covenant, the rise and fall of Israel and Judah, the Assyrian and Babylonian threats and the Exile.

  • MS-868: Foundations of the Christian Home

    Astudy of the biblical principles and practices for establishing and building the Christian home. Emphasis is placed on marriage issues such as the divinely designed differences between men and women; the individual responsibilities for both husband and wife; and building a better marriage through improved communication and conflict resolution. In addition, there will be a focus on biblical responsibilities that equip parents to build and launch the next generation.

  • TH-412: Doctrine 2 - Man, Sin, and Spirit Beings

    The study of angelic beings, both good and fallen, their existence, nature, and activities, as well as the study of man’s creation, nature, and fall into sin will be studied in light of the Scriptures.

  • MS-759: Servant Leadership

    Principles of servant leadership are discovered from the biblical text. Students will develop a personal plan to apply biblical principles and requirements for leadership in ministry. A self-evaluation of the student’s current role and leadership style will be completed. (2 credits) Professor’s Additional Comment For the Christian, all things should be spiritual. Leadership is no different. Whether we work in a secular job or in a ministry, God expects us to exemplify the leadership principles presented in the Scriptures and incarnated in the life of Christ. That is why this course starts with the assumption that we will approach it as those who are born again and controlled by the Spirit. Servant leadership may sound like a paradox. But, as you will soon find out, serving often involves leading and to lead means to serve. My prayer is that this study will forever change the way in which you see your ministry.

  • TH-330: Doctrine of Salvation

    A study of the doctrine of salvation. Topics include election, faith, regeneration, justification, adoption, sanctification, assurance of salvation, eternal security and glorification.

  • PH-201: Introduction to Philosophy

    An analysis of the foundations of philosophical thought. The emphasis will be on the main branches of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics in light of Christian thought.

  • CH-602: Introduction to Community and Public Safety Chaplaincy M1

    An introductory course to the ministry of public safety and community-based chaplaincy. The course is designed to prepare prospective and incumbent public safety chaplains to effectively deliver services to public safety personnel, their organizations and the communities that they serve.

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