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Registration is Now OPEN for Fall Quarter 2021!
Fall Quarter classes start on Tuesday, September 7th.
Classes may be taken In-Person or Online (or both).
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10810 Gravelly Lake Dr. S.W., Lakewood, WA 98499
May God richly bless you as you seek first His Kingdom and Righteousness!
Starting Tuesday, Sep 7, for 10 weeks
Minor Prophets (E-821, 3 credits) An introduction and brief analysis of each of the twelve shorter prophetic books with special consideration of selected portions of Jonah, Hosea, Amos, and Malachi.
Theology III: Redemption (S-733, 3 credits) Study the Incarnation; Virgin Birth; person of Jesus Christ; Atonement; Resurrection; Communion of
Natures; Office of Christ; and, His active and passive obedience.
New Testament Introduction I (E-620, 3 credits) An introduction and analysis of the life of Jesus as found in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, as well as the works of the early Church Apostles, particularly Peter and Paul, as found in the Book of Acts. Via ZOOM only.
What the Bible is All About (E-840, 3 credits) A general introduction to the Bible, including how the books of the Bible were gathered into a collection and a brief review of the 66 books that comprise the Canon.
Ephesians (324, 3 credits) A study of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians focusing on the importance of Christian unity for all believers with its central teaching that we are to be one, in Christ, and walk in God’s love, light and purity. Via ZOOM only.
Biblical Counseling (PC-813, 3 credits) A study of the counseling and pastoral essentials designed to make you a better counselor, able to see people and their suffering the way God sees and to become a vessel in leading them to trusting in Him alone as sufficient.
Church History I (H-612, 3 credits) A study of the history of the Church from 5 B.C., through the Apostolic Age, to C.E. 600, covering the Church’s struggle for survival, growth, and victory over the Roman Empire.
John (E-810, 3 credits) A study of the Gospel of John devoted to the purpose and special characteristics of the fourth Gospel, its authenticity and unique value.
Apologetics I (S-714/I, 3 credits) A study of the positive proofs of the Christian faith. This is the first course in a three-part series and can be taken in any order.