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Covenant Bible Seminary, Lakewood, Washington
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Upcoming Quarter Schedule


 

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Registration for Winter Quarter 2022 is Open!

Winter Quarter classes start on Monday, January 3rd.

Classes may be taken In-Person or Online (or both).

*Each Class meets weekly at the specified day/time for 3 hours, for 10 sessions*


For more information and/or to Register, you may:

1) Call (253) 472-4322,

2) Email info@cbseminary.com,

3) Visit Covenant Bible Seminary, during Office Hours,
Monday-Thursday, 1-5pm!

4) Click "Enroll Now" button!

Covenant Bible Seminary is located at:

10810 Gravelly Lake Dr. S.W., Lakewood, WA 98499


May God richly bless you as you seek first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness!

Winter 2022 Class Schedule

Starting Monday, January 3rd

Day/Time
Description
Instructor

Monday
2pm

Old Testament Introduction I (E-631) Gen-Esther (3 credits) Old Testament Introduction I—The foundation of the Gospel starts with the Book of Genesis at “In the beginning, God Created…” This Old Testament course takes an overview of Genesis through Esther to give a firm foundation to further study of the Old Testament, leading to the New Covenant of Jesus Christ. Join us to see how God had everything planned from eternity!

Shoemaker

Monday 
6pm

Theology IV: The Holy Spirit (S-811) (3 credits) Theology IV: The Holy Spirit—The Holy Spirit has many significant roles in the work of God’s Kingdom. Among them are calling, illumination, faith, new birth, justification, and sanctification. No one can believe in, or live for, Jesus without His Holy Spirit. Come and learn who the Holy Spirit is and how to let Him move in your life.

Stewart

Tuesday
2pm

New Testament Introduction II (E-630) (3 credits) New Testament Introduction II—As a follow-on to NT Intro I, this course begins at the book of Romans and gives an overview of the “teaching” letters of the Apostles Paul, Peter, John, and others, through to Revelation. In addressing the practical matters of newly emerging Christian communities, the Spirit-inspired authors reveal the foundational truths of God. No pre-requisite required.

Holcomb

Tuesday
6pm

Matthew (E-712) (3 credits) Gospel of Matthew—From the perspective of a Jewish mindset, Matthew beautifully documents important events in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Savior. Emphasis in this course is given to the details of Christ’s lineage, fulfillment of prophecy, calling of the Apostles, the Sermon on the Mount, supernatural miracles, and the victory of Jesus over sin and death by the resurrection.

Schultz

Wednesday
6pm

Philippians/Colossians/Philemon (E-623/5) (3 credits) Philippians/Colossians/Philemon—In these three letters Paul inspires us to “press on” in following Jesus. Considering the humility and authority of Jesus Himself, we are able, by the power of Christ, to defeat evil, the flesh, and any obstacle that would dissuade us from victory in Jesus Christ, including false teaching. Further, Paul reminds us that whether slave or free, we are all one in Christ Jesus.

Stewart

Thursday

2pm

Church History II (H-622) (3 credits) Church History II—This is a study of the Church from A.D. 600 to A.D. 1517 covering the Middle Ages through the Renaissance period. Following the breakup of the Great Roman Empire and the emergence of Islam, the organized Christian Church faced many challenges, including from its own leadership. Learn how Christianity survived some of the most difficult times in its history.

Lindholm

Thursday

6pm

Letters of John, Peter, and Jude (320/E-645/6) (3 credits) Letters of John, Peter, and Jude —Take an in-depth look into the letters of John, Peter and Jude (the half-brother of Jesus). Through those who knew Jesus best, the Holy Spirit speaks to the amazing love of God, which helps us to walk in light and love in this dark world. In these six small but powerful books, you will learn to test the spirits, discern the truth, and confront false teachers who would destroy the Church from within and without. This course is an inspiration and guide for followers of Jesus as we deal with the same issues today.

Lindholm

Thursday
6pm

Apologetics II (S-714) (3 credits) Apologetics II—These days it's getting more difficult to engage with those who are hostile to Christianity. How does one approach the subject of faith when dealing with non-believers? This class will equip you with the knowledge and insights you need to initiate constructive conversations with people who don't believe the Bible is true. Whether it’s expressing a pro-life view or explaining the existence of God, you will find the answers here to help you share your faith.

Kimball

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