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THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

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THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

Degree: BA

Campus: On Campus (Columbus), Online, Distance Learning

Credits: 120 hours

The Theology Program is a program of Christian theology (study of God) and apologetics (defending the faith) created with all believers in mind. Bachelor of Theology is an entry level theological diploma course where one learns the basics of Bible and Theology. The program focuses on historical, systematic, and biblical theology. Professional ministry issues are not a focus of this program. Nevertheless, the program is designed to provide a theological foundation for ministerial service. 

Curriculum

 Courses

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  • BI 100: Hermeneutics: Intro to Bible Study 

  • BI 101: Old Testament Survey 

  • BI 102: New Testament Survey 

  • BI 103: The Pentateuch

  • CC 101: Marriage and Family Life 

  • ED 101: Dynamics of Teaching 

  • RS 101: Dynamic Christian Foundation

  • RS 102: Christian Life

  • RS 109: Spiritual Formation: Journey to Wholeness

  • RS 110: Spiritual Warfare

  • BI 103: The Pentateuch

  • BI 109: The Book of Matthew

  • BI 101: Prophets and Personal Prophecy

  • CI 102: Purpose and Destiny of the Church

  • PC 100: Practicum: Servanthood in the Church

  • RS 103: Introduction to Evangelism

  • RS 105: Theology of Worship 

  • RS 106: Principles and Power of Prayer

  • RS 111: Kingdom Living

  • RS121: Fruit of the Spirit

  • RS 122: New Creation Living

  • GE 112: Introduction to Management 

  • GE 201: Cultural Anthropology: A Christian Perspective 

  • GE 220: Financial Integrity and Stewardship 

  • RS 212: Speech and Communication: Homiletics 

  • RS 200: History of Civilization I: Church History Perspective 

  • CC 201: Introduction to Psychology: Christian Counseling Perspectives 

  • BI 201: The Gospel of John 

  • BI 202: The Book of Acts 

  • BI 203: Pauline Epistles: Romans 

  • BI 205: Interpreting Signs and Symbols 

  • RS 219: Christian Character Development

  • BI 220: Corinthians 

  • BI 223: Ephesians ​​

  • PC 200: Practicum: Stewards in God’s House 

  • BI 302: Major and Minor Prophets of the Old Testament 

  • PC 300: Practicum:  Practical Ministry 

  • BI 400: Advanced Hermeneutics 

  • BI 442: Church Growth and Development

  • BI 405: Authenticity and Authority of the Bible

  • RS 444: Advanced Christian Worldview Studies

  • RS 435: Christian Theology I

  • RS 419: Systematic Theology

  • RS 436: Ecclesiology

  • RS 437: Christology

  • RS 438: Eschatology

  • RS 439: Pneumatology

             3 credit hours per course

Program Objectives

The program is designed to equip men and women for further study, research, or teaching.