Schedule of Classes

 

 

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES 

SPRING  SEMESTER 2015

(All classes are 3-credit hours each unless otherwise indicated)

SEE BELOW

 

DAY/TIME

COURSE TITLE

COLLEGE COURSE #

PROFESSOR/ INSTRUCTOR

 

 MONDAY

 

 

 

8:00 - 10:45 AM

Systematic Theology II (formerly Theology III and

Theology IV)

Th 311/312 Dr. M. Stambaugh
8:00 - 10:45 AM The Disciple Making Process Mi 224 Dr. B. Domowski
8:00 - 2:30 PM World History I and II digital lectures Hi 101/102 Mrs. B. Calhoun
11:00 - 2:30 PM Systematic Theology I (formerly Theology I and Theology II) Th 211/212 Dr. M. Stambaugh
11:00 - 2:30 PM Prison Epistles Bi 411 Pastor D. Harrelson

2:45 – 5:30 PM

Acts and Romans

Bi 215

Dr. B. Dick

 4:00 - 6:30 PM

Greek II (at Emmanuel Bible Church, 7817 Baltimore National Pike, Frederick, MD 21702)

BL 202

Rev. K. Surland 

DAY/TIME   COURSE TITLE  COLLEGE COURSE #

PROFESSOR/ INSTRUCTOR

 TUESDAY

 

 

 

 

8:00 – 10:45 AM

Music Appreciation

Mu 101

Dr. C. Stambaugh

8:00 – 2:30 PM

World Civilization I and II    Digital Lectures Hi 101, 102

Mrs. B. Calhoun

11:00 – 2:30 PM

General Epistles  Bi 420

Dr. D. Neil Suders

11:00 - 2:30 PM

Methods in Education

Ed 201

Mrs. B. Calhoun

2:45 - 5:30 PM

Homilietics I, II

PS 215/216

Dr. C. Stambaugh

2:45 - 5:30 PM English Composition II En 102 Mrs. H. Yamamura
  6:00 - 8:45 PM

General Psychology           Directed Study

PSY 201

Mrs. E. Roche

THURSDAY

 ROMNEY WV

 

 

6:30 - 9:15 PM

Acts and Romans

Bi 215

Pastor Ed Weaver

ONLINE COURSES

  

 

 

 

HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY 

 Hi 401

Mr. C. Schank


INTRODUCTION TO APOLOGETICS

Th 220

Mr. C. Schank

  APOLOGETICS TO WESTERN/NEW RELIGIONS Th 320 Mr. C. Schank

CELEBRATING 38 YEARS OF TRAINING CHRISTIAN LEADERS

Online Studies Course Descriptions 

Hi 401 – Church History (3 semester credits)

 Advent of the Christian Church from the birth of Christ and the Apostolic Church to the present, with emphasis on the Apostolic Church age, Protestant Reformation leaders and national reformations, including connecting those events with organized Christian churches of today.     This course will aid in preparing a student to recognize theological controversies in the local church.   Recognizing the historical development of Christian thought and practice do not form in a vacuum.  Instead, historical influences push Christians to contour their theology to how God’s revelation demonstrates its sufficiency in every age.

Th 220 – Introduction to Apologetics (3 semester credits)

An introduction to important apologetic topics such as: biblical methods of apologetics, the nature of truth, the problem of relativism, the historic resurrection of Jesus and much more.

Th 320 Apologetics to Western and New Religions

This course entails a detailed survey of the history, and folk level beliefs of Western and New Religions.  Some of the faith systems that will be discussed will include: the Latter Day Saints, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Word of Faith movement, Christian Science, Baha’i, Scientology, Wicca, Satanism and more.