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  • D111-Evaluation of Sectarian Doctrines, Sem 1
    This course examines the history, organization, practices, and beliefs of many contemporary religious movements. Several large organizations, such as Roman Catholicism, Mormonism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Christian Science, are scrutinized in detail. Other movements investigated include: Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church, Herbert W. Armstrong’s Worldwide Church of God, L. Ron Hubbard’s Church of Scientology, The Unitarian Universalist Association, The Unity School of Christianity, The Way International, Black Muslims, and The Bahai Faith. The teachings of British-Israelism are also summarized and compared with Scripture. Students are trained to refute the false doctrines promulgated by these and other movements by using carefully prepared Scriptural rebuttals to the essential errors of each group and the inconsistencies and statements contrary to the Bible found within their own literature.
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  • D112-Evaluation of Sectarian Doctrines, Sem 2
    This course examines the history, organization, practices, and beliefs of many contemporary religious movements. Several large organizations, such as Roman Catholicism, Mormonism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Christian Science, are scrutinized in detail. Other movements investigated include: Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church, Herbert W. Armstrong’s Worldwide Church of God, L. Ron Hubbard’s Church of Scientology, The Unitarian Universalist Association, The Unity School of Christianity, The Way International, Black Muslims, and The Bahai Faith. The teachings of British-Israelism are also summarized and compared with Scripture. Students are trained to refute the false doctrines promulgated by these and other movements by using carefully prepared Scriptural rebuttals to the essential errors of each group and the inconsistencies and statements contrary to the Bible found within their own literature.
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  • The Unfolding Revelation of God (Free Class)
    This version of UROG was offered free to the general public. This eye opening explanation progressively unfolds the basic Scriptural teaching on the nature of God in the Bible, from Elohim to YHWH Elohim, to YHWH. God told Moses, “By my name Yahweh [Jehovah] was I not known to them” (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob). Special attention is given to God’s revelations of Himself in the burning bush, the pillar of fire, and the cloud that led Israel through the wilderness. The course explains God’s title names Jehovah-jireh, Jehovah-rapha, Jehovah-nissi, Jehovah-shalom, Jehovah-ra-ah, Jehovah-tsidkenu, Jehovahshammah, etc., which reveal the grace, power, and glory He provides those in covenant relationship with Him.

    In this class the student sees the man who wrestled with Jacob, whom Hosea calls the Angel of the Lord and whom Jacob calls El (God); the fourth man in the fiery furnace; and the Son of man, the Son of God: Jesus, both God and man. This is an unfolding revelation from the beginning to the end of the Bible when the saints are to receive “my new name” as Jesus promised. This course opens up the entire Bible to every student in a new way.

    Each major theological point made by the teacher is substantiated by clear texts of Scripture. Additional topics include: Biblical terminology and its relationship to the doctrine of God, the attributes of God, proofs of Christ’s full deity and full humanity, and the manifestations of God throughout history. God has revealed Himself in His Word, and this class imparts that revelation so anyone can understand it and see it for himself in the Bible.
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  • D181-Introduction to The Unfolding Revelation of God
    This eye opening explanation progressively unfolds the basic Scriptural teaching on the nature of God in the Bible, from Elohim to YHWH Elohim, to YHWH. God told Moses, “By my name Yahweh [Jehovah] was I not known to them” (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob). Special attention is given to God’s revelations of Himself in the burning bush, the pillar of fire, and the cloud that led Israel through the wilderness. The course explains God’s title names Jehovah-jireh, Jehovah-rapha, Jehovah-nissi, Jehovah-shalom, Jehovah-ra-ah, Jehovah-tsidkenu, Jehovahshammah, etc., which reveal the grace, power, and glory He provides those in covenant relationship with Him.

    In this class the student sees the man who wrestled with Jacob, whom Hosea calls the Angel of the Lord and whom Jacob calls El (God); the fourth man in the fiery furnace; and the Son of man, the Son of God: Jesus, both God and man. This is an unfolding revelation from the beginning to the end of the Bible when the saints are to receive “my new name” as Jesus promised. This course opens up the entire Bible to every student in a new way.

    Each major theological point made by the teacher is substantiated by clear texts of Scripture. Additional topics include: Biblical terminology and its relationship to the doctrine of God, the attributes of God, proofs of Christ’s full deity and full humanity, and the manifestations of God throughout history. God has revealed Himself in His Word, and this class imparts that revelation so anyone can understand it and see it for himself in the Bible
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  • B600- The Unfolding Revelation of God 3
    An advanced course covering the deeper revelations and more difficult concepts of God's revelation of Himself to mankind. This course was eventually replaced with D187 Unfolding Revelation of God Apologetics.
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  • D201-Holy Spirit Imparted I
    A thorough examination of the theology of the baptism in the Holy Spirit, its relationship to conversion, its importance for believers today, and speaking in tongues. Solid Biblical proof is offered to overcome all of the common objections raised by those who oppose speaking in tongues. The passages on this subject found in the Gospels, Acts, and 1 Corinthians are studied in meticulous detail, being compared with additional cross references from New Testament epistles and the Old Testament. Part of the curriculum consists of the instructor soliciting and answering questions from the class. This personal attention ensures that every student who completes this course has the opportunity to receive satisfactory answers to his questions on this vital topic.
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  • D600 - Holy Spirit Imparted 2
    Holy Spirit Baptism Apologetics This course is designed to transform the average student, whose witnessing techniques are too often counter productive, into an effective apologist who can intelligently and ably share the truth of the baptism of the Holy Spirit with others. The many arguments which have been advanced against speaking in tongues are presented, along with their Scriptural and logical fallacies. Students gain practical experience as they cross examine one another in class under the supervision of the instructor. Each pupil learns not only what to say but how to say it, because the instructor furnishes the class with both firm answers and also effective methods of rebuttal. The dual format of the class (lecture and laboratory) provides every student with knowledge, technique, and increased confidence in expressing and defending the Biblical position on this hotly debated topic.
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  • D211-Prophecies of the Last Days, Sem 1
    Designed for the advanced student who is already familiar with the scope of Bible prophecy, this course focuses on specific end-time events. The introductory material explains the positions of pre-tribulationists, mid-tribulationists, and post-tribulationists; pre-millennialists, post-millennialists, and a-millennialists; partial rapturists, inclusive rapturists, secret rapturists, and visible rapturists; dispensationalists, ultra-dispensationalists, and historicists. Following this is a presentation of over thirty arguments by anti-rapturists and an equal number of arguments by pro-rapturists—the student is bound to come away more highly informed! Other topics include the last trump, the seventy weeks of Daniel, the 2,300 days of Daniel, the time of Jacob’s trouble, the battle of Armageddon, thirty-four known details about the millennium, the “little season,” the judgments of God, the new heavens and new earth, and the doctrine of eternal death (with a refutation of annihilationism and universal reconciliation). This course provides each student with a harmonious picture of how all prophecies of the last days converge into one clear continuum of end-time events.
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  • D212 -Prophecies of the Last Days, Sem 2
    Designed for the advanced student who is already familiar with the scope of Bible prophecy, this course focuses on specific end-time events. The introductory material explains the positions of pre-tribulationists, mid-tribulationists, and post-tribulationists; pre-millennialists, post-millennialists, and a-millennialists; partial rapturists, inclusive rapturists, secret rapturists, and visible rapturists; dispensationalists, ultra-dispensationalists, and historicists. Following this is a presentation of over thirty arguments by anti-rapturists and an equal number of arguments by pro-rapturists—the student is bound to come away more highly informed! Other topics include the last trump, the seventy weeks of Daniel, the 2,300 days of Daniel, the time of Jacob’s trouble, the battle of Armageddon, thirty-four known details about the millennium, the “little season,” the judgments of God, the new heavens and new earth, and the doctrine of eternal death (with a refutation of annihilationism and universal reconciliation). This course provides each student with a harmonious picture of how all prophecies of the last days converge into one clear continuum of end-time events.
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  • D500-Foundational Doctrines
    This general overview of the fundamental doctrines in the Word of God provides the student who is not well acquainted with the Bible a cursory understanding of all of the major doctrines of the Bible in one semester. The course provides the student with a general perspective of the major tenets of the faith until he can study them in more depth in the subsequent four years of Bible College classes.
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  • D520-Introduction to Biblical Theology
    For students with little background in theology, this course provides the framework for future study of each basic division of theology. The course answers the following important questions: Where did the Bible come from? How do we know it is accurate and its translations into our language are accurate? How can we be safe in our interpretation of it? What is the general theme of the Bible and its message to us? What are the major doctrines of the Bible? How does the Bible help us prepare for the future? Topics include: the inspiration, manuscripts, translations, and interpretation of the Bible; an overview of God’s plan in Christ; and brief surveys of numerous theological topics such as God, Christ, salvation, angels, man, covenants, sanctification, sacraments (or ordinances), the church, practical Christianity, typology, prophecy, and our eternal state.
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  • D560 A Study on the Spirit World and the World to Come
    Provides detailed information from Scripture on angels, Satan, and demons and their capability and work in relationship to man. Many intriguing questions about the eternal abodes of saints and sinners are answered from the Scriptures. Precise definitions are provided for the essential terms and concepts related to eternity, such as hell (Sheol, Hades, Gehenna, and Tartarus), the bottomless pit (abussos), the lake of fire, paradise, the third heaven, and the new heavens and new earth. The course also includes a brief study of heavenly rewards and the incorruptible, immortal body to be received by saints.
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  • D570-Theology of the Deeper Life
    Provides the theology and motivation for each student to establish and maintain a relationship of deep personal communion with God. This course enables the student to understand such terms as legal righteousness, imputed righteousness, provisional righteousness, and experiential righteousness. One learns the difference between condemnation and conviction. He learns how faith and works go together, how to use trials to advantage, and principles of overcoming the lusts of the flesh. He discovers what problems need to be faced on the basis of demonic involvement and how to deal with them. Most significantly, the course furnishes the student with aids to walking in the Spirit and falling in love with Jesus.
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