Center for Distance Education

Courses & Syllabi

Spring 2018


BMIS 280 - WORLD CHRISTIAN

This course seeks to lead students to become World Christians by focusing on the theological, cultural, and contextual aspects of what God is doing in this world and by discovering how to participate strategically with God in his work. The course tackles tough questions about God and the lost. It also surveys a history of missionary heroes to discover personalities who exemplified missiological principles. This course meets 3 hours of the Liberal Arts global perspectives requirement. Credit Hours: 3

BMIS 280 Syllabus: Please note that there may be minor alterations to this syllabus prior to the first day of class.

BDOC 353 - LIVING CHRISTIAN TRADITIONS

A comparative study of the major approaches to Christian theology including but not limited to Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, and the American Restoration Movement. Credit Hours: 3

BDOC 353 Syllabus: Please note that there may be minor alterations to this syllabus prior to the first day of class.

BOLD 304 - ISRAELITE HISTORY: JOSHUA-ESTHER

A study of Israel’s attempt to walk in covenant with God from selected passages of the historical books ranging from Joshua’s conquest of Canaan through the return of Jews from Babylonian exile. Credit Hours: 2 or 3

BOLD 304 Syllabus: Please note that there may be minor alterations to this syllabus prior to the first day of class.

BNEW 415 - NEW TESTAMENT TEXTUAL STUDIES III

This course allows for an in-depth study of a specific book, or books, or genre within the New Testament. Through a coordinated effort, major books and portions of the New Testament will be available each semester for study. The course works coordinates with BNEW 215 and BNEW 315 to provide concentrated study of New Testament texts. Ths course can be repeated for up to 6 hours of credit based on three distinctive studies in the New Testament.  Credit Hours: 3

BNEW 415 Syllabus:  Please note that there may be minor alterations to this syllabus prior to the first day of class.

BNEW 311 - NEW TESTAMENT STORY AND VISION (MATTHEW - REVELATION)

This course seeks to equip students with knowledge of the New Testament documents to encourage them to live the truths of God’s Word, and to share those truths with others. This course is restricted to transfer students who did not take BNEW 111/BNEW 113 and degree completion students.  Credit Hours: 3

BNEW 311 Syllabus:  Please note that there may be minor alterations to this syllabus prior to the first day of class.

BOLD 302 - OLD TESTAMENT STORY AND VISION (GENESIS - MALACHI)

Through the study of the words and worlds of the books of Genesis through Malachi, this course seeks to lead students to incorporate and practice within our current communities and throughout the world the desires God has expressed for his people. This course is restricted to transfer students who did not take BOLD 203/BOLD 207 and degree completions students.  Credit Hours: 3

BOLD 302 Syllabus:  Please note that there may be minor alterations to this syllabus prior to the first day of class.