2023 Spring Terms A (1/9-2/25) and B (2/27-4/15) | West Coast Baptist College

2023 Spring Terms A (1/9-2/25) and B (2/27-4/15)

Monday, January 09, 2023 to Saturday, April 15, 2023

Class Schedule

Bachelor's Degree

Online

Greek 2

This course is a continuation of BL 301. Special emphasis will be given to the function of case, form, tense, voice, and mood. Some word studies will be done. (BL 301 is required with a grade of a "C-" or higher.)

Term
Full Semester

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BL 302

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible Languages

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Greek 4

Further training in grammar will be given. The student will translate Philippians during the course and will use hermeneutical techniques to get the meaning of passages. (BL 401 is required with a grade of "C-" or higher.)

Term
Full Semester

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BL 402

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible Languages

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Modern Day Cults

This course offers a study of modern day cults in light of biblical Christianity. The history and doctrines of the major cults will be studied. The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an irrefutable biblical response to all false teachings. Special emphasis will be given to methods of witnessing to members of the major cults.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
AP 202

Credit Hours
2

Department
Apologetics

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Introduction to Biblical Counseling

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of basic biblical counseling, emphasizing scriptural prescriptions for man's physical, mental, and spiritual needs.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BC 101

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible Counseling

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

General Principles of Biblical Counseling

This biblical counseling course will review many of the more complicated issues of our day in light of the Scriptures. Students will be equipped to biblically counsel those individual dealing with these challenging issues.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BC 102

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible Counseling

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Biblical Counseling: Addiction

This biblical counseling course will look at the subject of addiction from a spiritual, psychological and physical standpoint. Students will be prepared to biblically counsel those individuals that have an addictive problem and point them to the God Who satisfies. Prerequisite: EN 102

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BC 411

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible Counseling

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Old Testament Survey

This course surveys the entire Old Testament. Special emphasis is placed on authorship, purpose, and major characters of each book. The student will develop a broad outline of each book. Passages of particular doctrinal significance will be examined and discussed.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 101

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Romans

This course will be an expository study of both the book as well as its applications to the doctrines of the Christian life. Students will be given a general outline of the important doctrinal passages that will be discussed.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 212

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Introduction to Dispensationalism

Dispensationalism is a theological system borne out of the literal, historical-grammatical interpretation. At its core, Dispensationalism understands that there is a distinction between Israel and the Church and understands the purpose of God in this earth to be doxological. This class will investigate the theological framework of this system, explaining its origins, and its developments. Additionally, it will present a case for declaring this system the most consistent hermeneutical tool in studying the Scriptures.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 231

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

The Book of Revelation

This course will study the book of Revelation from a futuristic pre-tribulation, pre-millennial position. A careful analysis will be made to show the effect Bible prophecy has on Israel, the church, and the lost. While focusing on the New Testament book of Revelation it will connect the prophecies of Revelation to prophecies concerning the end times found in several Old Testament books such as Ezekiel and Daniel.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 313

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Theology 2

This course is an in-depth study of Christology and Pneumatology.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 362

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Principles of Administration

This practical course will enable students to understand the basics of administration in the context of the local New Testament church. Topics include developing a long range strategic plan, staff relations, communications, finance and law.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BU 201

Credit Hours
3

Department
Business

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Introduction to Church Planting (Men Only)

Introduction to Church Planting will help the student achieve a general overview of the work of local New Testament church planting principles and philosophy. Topics include the model, mandate, motives, mindset, ministry, mentoring, and multiplication of local New Testament Churches.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
CP 101

Credit Hours
2

Department
Church Planting

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Methods and Materials

This course explains the materials and methods used in teaching. It includes the use of computers in education. It emphasizes the practical techniques and skills needed by the effective teacher.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
ED 251

Credit Hours
3

Department
Education

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Grammar and Composition 1

This course teaches English grammar and foundational writing concepts on a college level. Because clear writing is developed through good English basics, this class aids the student in development of clear writing and grammar skills that will be further developed in EN 102.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
EN 101

Credit Hours
3

Department
English

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Youth Evangelism (Men Only)

This course will look at youth work, how to effectively reach teenagers for Christ, and how to disciple them. Philosophy of youth work including preaching, activities, and training will be studied. Men Only. Prerequisite: EN 102

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
EV 310

Credit Hours
2

Department
Evangelism

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

US History 1

This course examines the development of the United States from the colonial period through the Civil War. It gives special emphasis to Christianity’s influence on the development of the United States. It will also look at how Christian men and women have made a significant impact on the development of our nation.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
HI 283

Credit Hours
3

Department
History

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Introduction to Missions

This course is an introduction to missions, to its biblical basis, and to the current challenges and needs on the mission field. The purpose is to give the student a sense of the great need for missions today. The lives of great missionaries will be reviewed.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
MI 101

Credit Hours
2

Department
Missions

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Practical Theology (Men Only)

This course is taught by Pastor Chappell and is designed to equip the student for the work of the ministry. Students will gain practical insights into church planting, servant leadership, staff training, and administration of the local church work.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 104

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Professional Training

This course is designed to prepare ministerial candidates for the practical areas of the local church ministry as it discusses professionalism as a Christian, as a leader, and as a ministry staff member. Lectures and class notes will prove to be beneficial for future use in the ministry.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 307

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Homiletics 2 (Men Only)

This course is a continuation of PT 321 and emphasizes the proper delivery of the message giving special attention to different types of preaching with an emphasis on expository preaching. (PT 321 is required)

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 322

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Event Evangelism

This course is designed to show students how to complement their door-to-door soulwinning efforts with special events for evangelism. Students will learn how to organize a vacation Bible school, a bus ministry, a youth camp, and special "big day" events at a local church. This course can be substituted for PT 112 Advanced Evangelism.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
YM 113

Credit Hours
2

Department
Youth

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Apologetics

This course is designed to give the student a system of principles to defend his faith, as well as present evidences that support the authenticity of the Christian faith.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
AP 101

Credit Hours
3

Department
Apologetics

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Comparative Religions

Comparative Religions surveys the basic doctrines and practices of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, and other major religions. Special emphasis will be given to methods of effectively witnessing and winning to Christ those who are bound in these religious systems. Prerequisite: None

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
AP 201

Credit Hours
2

Department
Apologetics

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Contemporary Theology

This course provides a look at the various positions today, from fundamentalism to modernism. Special emphasis will be given to the challenges facing fundamentalism. The course will also examine the expanding influence of the charismatic movement, its push toward ecumenicalism, and the eventual one-world church.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
AP 401

Credit Hours
3

Department
Apologetics

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Biblical Ethics

This course looks at what the Bible says regarding ethical issues in society and ministry today, as well as proper manners and etiquette. The student will be required to evaluate the teachings of Scripture with a look at various methods of ministry. Special emphasis will be placed on the character and ethical responsibilities toward church leadership, members, politics, society, and other churches.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
AP 402

Credit Hours
2

Department
Apologetics

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Christian Ministry Counseling

This will be an in-depth look at the counseling responsibilities of Christian leaders. It will include a study of the techniques to be used to provide biblical counsel to those who are hurting and in need of guidance. It will also discuss the precautions that need to be taken by a Christian leader when counseling.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BC 218

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible Counseling

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Biblical Counseling: Capstone

This biblical counseling course will bring together all that the student has learned in previous biblical counseling courses in a practical way. The student will learn appropriate interview and interaction skills in the counseling process. The student will be able to practically apply the principles and precepts of the Scriptures to the situation at hand.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BC 499

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible Counseling

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

New Testament Survey

This course surveys the entire New Testament. Special emphasis is placed on authorship, date, and purpose of each book. The student will develop a broad outline for each book. The course will examine the background and content of each book.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 102

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Life of Christ

This course is an in-depth look at the harmonizing of the Gospels. It looks at the major chronological periods in the life of our Lord. The Lord's life and teachings will be examined with special emphasis on the crucifixion week.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 201

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Acts

This course covers a history of the early church and the spread of the Gospel. The book will be outlined as the Great Commission is fulfilled in the first century. The course will look at the development of Christianity and its doctrines.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 211

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Methodical Bible Studies

This course will help the student develop sound Bible study methods. It will operate on the premise that the interpretation of Scripture is best understood by other Scripture. The student will learn a method to follow in the process of Bible study. The student will also be involved with hands-on projects applying each step in the process of Bible study.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 291

Credit Hours
2

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Theology 4

This course is an in-depth study of Ecclesiology, Angelology, and Eschatology.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 364

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Baptist History and Distinctives

This course will survey the history of Baptist churches throughout the past two thousand years. Special emphasis will be placed on the historical distinctives of Baptists.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 401

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Personal Development of Leaders

This course explores the central concepts and practices of personal development. This holistic approach to individual growth will outline the input, throughput, and output that a leader can expect from effectiveness in this area.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BU 210

Credit Hours
3

Department
Business

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Church Finances and Accounting

This course is designed to teach students foundational concepts of financial management, accounting, and stewardship within a local church ministry.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BU 221

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Grammar and Composition 2

This course is designed to teach the creative art of composition, along with the study and review of word usage and the action of the parts of speech in the written composition. Communicating in a clear, effective, and appropriate manner and writing a collegiate research paper are the objectives of this class. Prerequisite: EN 101

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
EN 102

Credit Hours
3

Department
English

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

College Math

MA 100 is an introduction to the basics of mathematics. This course is intended to prepare students for beginning algebra and college level courses and programs. Students will be introduced to the language of algebra and learn how to evaluate algebraic expressions and solve first degree equations. This course can be waived with a score of 535 or higher on the SAT tests. Additionally, a score of 17 or higher on the ACT can also satisfy this requirement.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
MA 100

Credit Hours
3

Department
Math

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

The Making of a Missionary

This missions elective is really a study of the life of the Apostle Paul and how God made him into one of the world's greatest missionaries. This elective may substitute for another required missions class.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
MI 333

Credit Hours
2

Department
Missions

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Practical Missions Preparation

This missions elective is designed to help a missionary learn how to design a display board, how to edit an appropriate video to introduce himself, and how to design prayer cards that communicate the vision God has given to him. This practical elective may substitute for another required missions class.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
MI 444

Credit Hours
2

Department
Missions

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Principles of Christian Living

This course is a class required for all freshmen as they enter school. It teaches students skills regarding study habits, character, library and reading skills, personal devotions, Bible memorization, and prayer. It is designed to help the student adjust from high school to college life here at West Coast.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
OR 101

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Personal Evangelism

This course is designed to help the individual student be an effective witness for the Lord. Instruction will be given on how to reach the lost with the Gospel. Students will be required to memorize key verses for bringing sinners to Christ and giving them biblical assurance of salvation. Every student must participate in the TEAM soulwinning program of Lancaster Baptist Church.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 111

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Biblical Foundations of Leadership

This course explores the theological roots of effective leadership. The student will examine major leadership theories through a biblical lens. Special emphasis will be given to leadership lessons from the life and ministry of Jesus.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 140

Credit Hours
3

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Christian Marriage and Home

This course provides the student with the biblical ingredients to a godly marriage and family. It will attempt to provide the student with the discernment needed to be able to provide a biblical balance in his family life and ministry.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 311

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Homiletics 3 (Men Only)

This course is an advanced course dealing with special types of sermons for special occasions, holidays, and other specific settings. An emphasis will be placed upon practical application and development of introductions, conclusions, and illustrations. Instruction will be given on how to give invitations. (PT 322 is required)

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 323

Credit Hours
2

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Freshman Speech

This course is designed to give the student the skills needed to properly prepare and deliver an effective speech.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
SPCH 101

Credit Hours
2

Department
Speech

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Photography 1

This course covers the basics of photography, broken into five distinct sections that will build on each other to give the student a range of technical knowledge and real-world experience of photography, and show how to use these skills in ministry applications. The history of photography, controlling exposure, the laws of composition, basic post-processing, and final output of images will all be covered during the course. PREREQUISITE: None

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
VP 141

Credit Hours
2

Department
Visual Production

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Philosophy of Youth Ministry

This course introduces the basic philosophy, principles, and objectives in developing a Bible-based local church youth ministry. This course will review various options for ministering to youth, including camps, Sunday school, retreats, and youth evangelism.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
YM 101

Credit Hours
3

Department
Youth

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Master's Degree

Online

Apologetics and Worldview

This course analyzes different worldviews with which Christians are confronted and provides an apologetic methodology useful in evangelizing people with non-biblical worldviews.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 511

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Advanced Biblical Counseling

This course is designed to give the student a further understanding of ministry through Scriptural counseling. All approaches to problems will be based on biblical principles rather than secular, humanistic reasoning and technique.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 521

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Doctrinal Synopsis 1

This capstone course in the Biblical Studies concentration provides the student an opportunity to write a summative research paper and defend the final product. Prerequisite: MBI 512

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 522

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Practices of Classroom Principles

This course will introduce students to problems related to classroom management, student motivation, and discipline.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
ED 510

Credit Hours
3

Department
Christian Education

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

The Exceptional Child

This course is designed to enable teachers to form skills in teaching students who deviate from the norm in physical, emotional, intellectual, social, or communication abilities.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
ED 511

Credit Hours
3

Department
Christian Education

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Leadership, Organization, and Administration

This course offers an analysis of administrative behavior and organizational patterns within Christian education. Basic factors and fundamentals for successful administrations will be examined.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
ED 512

Credit Hours
3

Department
Christian Education

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Advanced Philosophy of Christian Education

This course is designed to introduce the master's student to the subject of philosophy and how it relates to Christian education. The course will compare some of the philosophies used by the world in education and how the Bible either defends or condemns the use of such. The student will learn how to build a biblical philosophy of teaching and ministry focused on reaching students through Christian education and developing them in their spiritual maturity for God.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
ED 542

Credit Hours
3

Department
Christian Education

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Research and Writing

This course is designed to equip the student with the ability to research, write, and format (Turabian) a masters’ level argumentative research paper. This course is intended to prepare students for writing assignments required in all concentrations within the MRE program. This course covers the research process, how to use the library resources, other research databases. Additionally, time will be given to the development of an argument along with basic writing and revision techniques.

Term
A

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
EN 501

Credit Hours
3

Department
Masters

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Systematic Theology

This course will study the nature and method of Systematic Theology and the application of a proper Theological method to carefully analyze various theological options on key issues.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 512

Credit Hours
3

Department
Bible

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Doctrinal Synopsis 2

This capstone course in the Biblical Studies concentration provides the student an opportunity to write a summative research paper and defend the final product. Prerequisite: MBI 512

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
BI 523

Credit Hours
3

Department
Masters

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Student Evaluations

This course studies the intricacies of proper testing and measurement of a student’s progress throughout their education. Effective testing, balanced evaluations, and principles for measurement are all studied in this course. Prerequisite: None

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
ED 522

Credit Hours
3

Department
Christian Education

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books

Spiritual Formation and Discipleship

This course explores the process of bringing a new convert into becoming a fruitful disciple of Jesus Christ. Emphasis is placed on becoming that disciple personally as well as becoming a discipler of others.

Term
B

Day
No scheduled day listed

Hour
No schedule hour listed

Location
Online

Course ID
PT 512

Credit Hours
3

Department
Practical Theology

Instructor
No instructor listed

Format
Online

Course Books