Theology

THY-201 CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY I (3)
A study of the doctrine of the Scripture, including revelation, inspiration, canonicity, and authority.


THY-202 HERMENEUTICS (3)
A study of the science and laws of Biblical exegesis and interpretation. The principles, methods,
and principles by which a true exact meaning of the scriptures may be ascertained are established
and classified.


THY-204 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY I (3)
This course is concerned with Bibleology and theology proper. The basic Biblical teachings in
each of these areas are carefully sought. An effort is made to introduce the student to the great
theological writers in these fields.


THY-207 PNEUMATOLOGY I (3)
A biblical, theological and practical study of the Holy Spirit’s person and ministry; in relation to
the Holy Trinity, the believer, the Church, and the world.


THY-301 CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY II (3)
The Bible teachings on the Scriptures, God, the Trinity, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Reference
to the various interpretations of contemporary Christian groups.


THY-303 THEOLOGY OF JEWS AND JUDAISM (3)
A wealth of information on Judaism and Jewish views toward Jesus, anti-Semitism, and Jewish-
Christian relations today.


THY-306 SOUND DOCTRINE (3)
An in depth study of the Statement of Faith of the student’s denomination with readings in
denominationally recommended books.


THY-308 PNEUMATOLOGY II (3)
A Study designed to give the student an understanding of the whole man; spirit, soul and body;
how God leads man by His Spirit; the different anointing of God; and how to operate under the
leading of the Holy Spirit.


THY-315 HERMENEUTICS I (3)
A thorough study and preparation for the exegesis and exposition of the scriptures.


THY-401 THEISM (3)
A critical and analytical survey of the belief in a personal God as creator and supreme ruler.


THY-404 BIBLICAL BELIEFS (3)
Covered in this course are creation and the fall of man, faith and regeneration, justification and
adoption, prayer and worship, angels, Satan, resurrection and judgment, and the church.


THY-410 THEOLOGY OF JESUS CHRIST (3)
A study of the person, claims, and works of Jesus Christ.


THY-411 CULTS, CHRISTIANITY, & RELIGION (3)
An analysis and defense of the Biblical material in it’s usage and mass application by the major
cults. The student will receive a brief knowledge of the teaching and practices of the major cults.


THY-413 DEMONOLOGY (3)
A study of the Satanic movement in this present age, including witchcraft, demonism, psychic
phenomena, astrology, and the church of Satan.


THY-416 APOLOGETICS (3)
This course breaks new ground by bringing together an unusually wide range of apologetical
arguments. Consisting of articles written by Christians from a variety of fields, the text breaks
down difficult issues into segments.


THY-418 ESSAYS IN THEOLOGY (3)
A study of the finest essays from the most respected writers in their fields. Old and New Testament
studies, systematic theology, church history, ethics spiritual life, pastoral psychology, Christian
education, and missions.


THY-420 THEOLOGY & THERAPY (3)
This course examines the theological perspectives from which a counselor performs tasks. It
affirms that Christian counsel must be shaped by the content of our commitments, leading to
demonstrations of care in relationships.


THY-422/522 THE TRINITY (3)
This course covers the individuality of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and the biblical teaching of
the Trinity.


T
HY-501 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY (3)
Here is a course designed to help the student gain a greater depth of knowledge in the basic
doctrines of the scriptures. Learn the “big picture” in language you can understand.


THY-502 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY II (3)
This course is also known as the Doctrine of God. The Existence of God, The Attributes of God,
The Character of God.


THY-503 PASTORAL THEOLOGY I (3)
The student will refer to the Statement of Faith and any recommended books of the students
Denomination. The student will then prove their Statement of Faith as sound doctrine by providing
scripture references and written explanations.


THY-503B PASTORAL THEOLOGY II (3)
Explores such topics as understanding yourself, understanding families, time management, finance,
personal goal setting, techniques of communication, and program planning.


THY-505 DOCTRINE OF THE SCRIPTURES (3)
A study of scriptural doctrine, including revelation, inspiration, canonicity, and authority.


THY-506 DOCTRINE OF GOD (3)
A study of the doctrine of God, His nature, attributes, personality and work.


THY-507 DOCTRINE OF SALVATION (3)
A study of the attributes of our salvation; such as faith, regeneration, redemption, and security.


THY-508 DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH (3)
A study of the origin, organization, leaders, ordinances, and functions of the Christian Ecclesia.


THY-509 DOCTRINE OF PROPHECY (3)
A survey of the great prophetic themes and events of the future, with emphasis on the sequence of
events in the future.


THY-510 CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY (3)
An analytical study of 19th & 20th century theology in its historical context, including liberalism,
fundamentalism, neo-orthodoxy, and contemporary deviationism. Reading required include a
survey of recent approaches in contemporary theology.


THY-511 HERMENEUTICS AND BIBLE EXPOSITION I (3)
A thorough preparation for the exegesis and exposition of the English Bible. After a survey of the
historical schools of hermeneutics, the principles of the Historical-Grammatical method of
interpretation will be studied.


THY-512 HERMENEUTICS AND BIBLE EXPOSITION II (3)
A survey of additional essential study tools and their proper application in researching the
Biblical text.


THY-514 DOCTRINE OF JESUS CHRIST (3)
A study of the Person, claims, and works of Jesus Christ.


THY-515 DOCTRINE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT (3)
A study of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, including His Person and His work.


THY-516 DOCTRINE OF ANGELS, SATAN, & DEMONS (3)
Studies of the origin, character, and functions of angelic beings, including Satan and the demons.


THY-517 DOCTRINE OF MAN AND SIN (3)
A study of the truths regarding man and sin, including the depravity of man and the nature and
consequences of sin.


THY-550 INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN THEOLOGY (3)
Directed research/readings under supervision of an Academic Advisor to meet the needs/interests
of the student.


THY-601 HERMENEUTICS AND BIBLE EXPOSITION III (3)
The principles for the preparation and presentation of Biblical exposition.


THY-602 ROMAN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY (3)
A study of the theology of the 20th century Roman Catholic Church.


THY-607 THEOLOGY OF THE PENTATEUCH (3)
A consideration of the foundational doctrines of Systematic theology revealed in the Pentateuch.


THY-608 JOHANNINE THEOLOGY (3)
A study of the contribution made to theology by the writings of the Apostle John.


THY-609 PAULINE THEOLOGY (3)
A study of the typology of the writings of the Apostle Paul and it’s impact on the foundation of
Systematic Theology.


THY-610 CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS THOUGHT (3)
Readings and directed research in contemporary trends in American intellectual and
theological thought.


THY-611 DISPENSATIONALISM (3)
A comprehensive study of the Biblical interpretation known as dispensationalism, including it’s
history, application to hermeneutics, soteriology, ecclesiology and eschatology. The course
includes a contemporary review of current Biblical support and alternative positions.


THY-612 HISTORICAL THEOLOGY I - MEDIEVAL (3)
An examination of the background, issues and theologians in the Age of the Fathers and the Middle
Ages to AD 1500.


THY-613 HISTORICAL THEOLOGY II-REFORMATION (3)
An examination of the background issues principal leaders, causative factors, and theological
motifs of the major movements within the sixteenth century.


THY-614 HISTORICAL THEOLOGY III - MODERN (3)
A study of the development of Christian theology from the time of the reformation through the
nineteenth century.


THY-620 ADVANCED PASTORAL THEOLOGY II (3)
Exegesis of the personal theology of the student, with emphasis on Biblical Foundation, Practice
and Implementation.


THY-650 INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN THEOLOGY II (3)
Directed research/readings under supervision of an Academic Advisor to meet the needs/interests
of the student.


THY-703 CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY (3)
An analytical study of the 19th and 20th century theology in its historical context, including
liberalism, fundamentalism, neo-orthodoxy, and contemporary deviationism.