Class Time: 10:40 - 11:40 AM

* James to Jude (1008)

A survey of the authors, settings and audiences of the General Epistles. This study provides insights concerning the needs of the early church and offers guidance for our day as well.

* Gospel of Matthew (1002)

A study of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ as written by Matthew to a Jewish audience. Matthew shows Jesus as the long-awaited Messiah, the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies.

Principles of Teaching (1107)

This course offers a working acquaintance with basic rules, suggestions, and ideas for teaching in Christian day schools, Sunday schools, and summer Bible schools.

Love and Nonresistance (1109)

The message of the Cross is the focus of this study, teaching us how to receive injury for the healing of others, how to commit our lives to God and others even unto death, and how by love and nonresistance to become agents of reconciliation.

Early Church History (1102)

Those who understand history are better equipped to understand their own time. This course presents a survey of the Church from its birth to the time of the Reformation, including the writings of the early church fathers.

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