Christian Doctrines (SUBJECT DISSOLVED) (TTh 3:00-4:30)

An introductory review of basic biblical doctrines including the Doctrine of Revelation and Inspiration, the Doctrine of God, the Doctrine of Man, the Doctrine of Christ, and the Doctrine of Salvation. This course covers Seventh-day Adventist Fundamental Beliefs 1-28. 

Denominational History and Prophetic Heritage (MW 7:30-9:00)

This subject studies God's methods of communication with Mankind. It also delineates the historical growth and development of the SDA Church. (Zoom Session every Monday)

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES (SMT STEM-B) (TTh 1:30-3:00)

An introductory review of basic biblical doctrines including the Doctrine of Revelation and Inspiration, the Doctrine of God, the Doctrine of Man, the Doctrine of Christ, and the Doctrine of Salvation.

Denominational History & Prophetic Guidance 4:30-6:00 MW

This subject studies God's methods of communication with Mankind. It also delineates the historical growth & development of the SDA Church.

 

Denominational History and Prophetic Heritage (MW 3:00-4:30)

This subject studies God's methods of communication with Mankind. It also delineates the historical growth & development of the SDA Church.



 

 

RELG- CHURCH LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION WITH PRACTICUM

The subject of church leadership has brought a wide discussion to the circle of clergy and church members alike. The direction of the activities in relation to worship, soul winning, conflict management, church growth and development of facilities are closely interlink to the ability and capacity of the individual called by God to lead His work in the church.  

Teacher: CLYDE SUMATRA

Biblical Interpretation: Daniel and Revelation

This course highlights world history as they relate to the fulfillment of the Biblical prophecy and its significance to men’s salvation. In addition, factors affecting the controversy between the forces of good and evil and the eventual victory of good over evil will be elucidated. This course also studies the interpretation of apocalyptic literature and basic Biblical eschatology.

New Testament Greek Grammar

This class is an introduction to New Testament Greek Grammar. This is a cursory study intended for beginners in New Testament Greek that introduces the major categories of grammar: nouns, pronouns, articles, adjectives, and verbs.