This is a survey-level class developed as a means to see God's grace in the Old Testament through the history and the prophets through whom God worked to carry his plan of salvation. The course details the creation of all things, the undeserved kindness of the Lord in the Old Testament time of grace and demonstrates how God's gracious action points to the coming Messiah.

This course is the second semester of a survey-level course designed to show God's loving hand in the keeping of his children and his promises in the foretelling of the Savior. Special emphasis will be placed on his promises fulfilled through the conquest of the Promised Land, the guidance under the judges and the kingdom of Judah, the divided kingdom, and ultimately his mercy on the remnant of Israel during the Babylonian captivity.

This course is the second semester of a survey-level course designed to show God's loving hand in the keeping of his children and his promises in the foretelling of the Savior. Special emphasis will be placed on his promises fulfilled through the conquest of the Promised Land, the guidance under the judges and the kingdom of Judah, the divided kingdom, and ultimately his mercy on the remnant of Israel during the Babylonian captivity.

This course reviews the principal doctrines of the Christian Church. The truths of 
Scripture are then applied to the daily life of the student. Selected teachings are discussed with an intent to offer the student sufficient instruction so that he or she is able to distinguish between the sound teachings of the Bible and false teachings of men.