An introduction to the nature and practice of evangelism with emphases upon the biblical, theological, and practical applications within the context of the local church. Special emphases will be given to the principles and practices of evangelistic church growth and personal witnessing. (Female students in Women's Studies concentration may substitute WOMST 4053(WOMIN 3313) in lieu of EVANG 3303.)
Meeting Dates: 01/12/2022 - 01/14/2022
Credit Hours: 3.00
Room: P 101P 101P 101
This course analyzes developing patterns of religio-social interaction among peoples, affinity blocs, and cultures of the world with the intent of determining strategic models for doing missions in globalizing settings.
Meeting Dates: 01/11/2022 - 01/13/2022
Room: M 320M 320M 320
A relational experience in which one person (Mentor) empowers another (Mentoree) by sharing God-given resources such as personal strengths, resources, and networks (friendships/contacts) to help the student reach his or her goals.
Meeting Dates: 12/06/2021 - 01/14/2022
Credit Hours: 1.00
Advanced disciple-making practicum. The student works within the context of a local church to broaden their understanding and personal experience in New Testament one-on-one discipling of new or recent believers.
A general survey of the history of Christianity from the New Testament to 1500 AD.
Meeting Dates: 12/06/2021 - 12/10/2021
Room: P 101
A general survey of the history of Christianity from 1500 AD to the present.
Meeting Dates: 12/13/2021 - 12/17/2021
Meeting Dates: 01/10/2022 - 01/14/2022
Room: S 120
A critical and expositional study of Daniel.
Room: S 116
A study of the construction of sermons directly from a Biblical text. Basic principles of preaching will be studied and applied in a preaching experience including: the formulation of a central idea, sermon structure, support material, delivery, and application. Prerequisite: BIBST 3203 and GREEK 3323.
Meeting Dates: 01/03/2022 - 01/07/2022
Prerequisite: Prerequisite needed. See course description above for information.
Room: S 119
A continuation of PRCHG 3313, enhancing the development and delivery of the sermon. With the aid of videotape, the professor and peers evaluate student sermons. Additional emphasis is given to preaching the different genres of biblical literature. Prerequisites: BIBST 3203 and PRCHG 3313. The content of this course satisfies PRCHG 5322.