This is the second course of elementary course of Hebrew language. This course allows the student to gain further understanding of the Hebrew language.

This course covers the Synoptic Gospels and Acts, with some reference to John, to help students to understand the true meaning of Jesus’ life and teachings, as well as track the beginnings of the Church.

The task of spreading the gospel to the ends of the earth does not only entail overseas missions, but also sharing the gospel to neighbors and friends, those around us all the time. This course examines the various approaches to this often-neglected aspect of missions.

An integration of ethics and theology is a necessary part of ministry preparation in this time of competing, or even lack of, ethical systems. Ethics or morality is critical in today’s educational ministry because Christians need to know not only what is right and wrong, but why.

As far as is practicable in an academic setting, this course attempts to introduce the various approaches to spiritual development in both a historical, and a modern evangelical setting. Special emphasis is placed on classical and modern devotional literature.

It is widely agreed that many of the differences between Christians and non-Christians in today’s world are the result not only of difference in religion, but a totally different world-view. This course attempts to examine the modern non-Christian and Christian world-views and delineate the major points of divergence between them.


This course introduces the minister-in-training to the basic principles of ministry, including adult-, youth-, and ministry in special contexts.