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Bible Courses

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Old Testament Survey I

BI 111.2: A survey of the books of the Old Testament from a basic chronological approach, considering the historical and dispensational periods relating to each book. These courses must be taken in consecutive order.
Part One: Genesis through Deuteronomy, and Job

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New Testament Survey I

BI 121.2: A survey of the books of the New Testament with special emphasis given to the authorship, doctrinal, and historical framework of each book.
N.T. Survey I - Matthew through Acts

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Tabernacle

BI 212.2 (Elective): This class examines the typology of the Old Testament Tabernacle; an examination is made of the major aspects of the Tabernacle and their New Testament significance.

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Pauline Epistles I

BI 223.2: A study of the background and a basic analysis of Romans through Philemon. Major themes and doctrines of each epistle are emphasized. Each book is outlined in detail.
Part One: Romans through Galatians

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Old Testament Survey II

BI 112.2: A survey of the books of the Old Testament from a basic chronological approach, considering the historical and dispensational periods relating to each book. These courses must be taken in consecutive order.
Part Two: Joshua through II Chronicles, and Psalms through Song of Solomon

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New Testament Survey II

BI 122.2: A survey of the books of the New Testament with special emphasis given to the authorship, doctrinal, and historical framework of each book.
N.T. Survey II - Romans through Revelation

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Life of Christ I

BI 221.2: A comprehensive and harmonistic study of the earthly life and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ as revealed in the four gospels.
Part One

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Pauline Epistles II

BI 224.2: A study of the background and a basic analysis of Romans through Philemon. Major themes and doctrines of each epistle are emphasized. Each book is outlined in detail.
Part Two: Ephesians through Philemon

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Old Testament Survey III

BI 113.2: A survey of the books of the Old Testament from a basic chronological approach, considering the historical and dispensational periods relating to each book. These courses must be taken in consecutive order.
Part Three: Ezra through Esther, and Isaiah through Malachi

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Creation Science

BI 211.2 (Elective): A series of sessions produced by the Institute for Creation Research covering the subjects of science, creation, evolution, and the fossil record.

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Life of Christ II

BI 222.2: A comprehensive and harmonistic study of the earthly life and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ as revealed in the four gospels.
Part Two

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Major Prophets I

BI 311.2: An analytical study of the historical backgrounds and major prophetic messages of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and Daniel. These classes are best suited for consecutive consideration and study.

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