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Bethany Christian College

Dr. CK Quarterman has been elected President. Click on link to redirect to Bethany. We offer undergraduate courses for free or $10.00 a credit hour for those wanting a degree. We also have masters and doctorate degrees. http://www.bethanychristiancollege.com

Courses
Bachelor of Theological Studies

First Year – General Bible Diploma or Certificate in Deliverance


Bible English – Composition 101 (3SH)

Composition, familiarizes students with a variety of writing styles and purposes. Topics covered in this class include effective study habits, critical reading, analyzing and writing about literature and how to address an audience. Bible English 101 is a basic requirement for degree programs.

Bible English – Introduction to Writing 102 (3SH)


English 102 is a course in academic inquiry: in how writers form their own research questions, and in how academic writers enter and respond to an ongoing conversation through sustained research. In English 102, students will come to understand the spirit and methods of academic inquiry; they work from the perspective that knowledge is made through engaging with the ideas of others. English 102 introduces students to the study of literature. Students will use writing to promote critical thinking.

Church Bookkeeping (3SH)


As a business: Churches, especially those with multiple staffs, have organizational considerations that require the principles of business. What we will do in this course is lay out some general principles of good bookkeeping.

O.T. Survey (3SH)


The purpose of this overview of the Old Testament is to focus on the content of each of the Old Testament books, and the historical events that give context to the books.

N.T. Survey (3SH)


The Purpose of this course is a basic introductory to each book of the New Testament. This survey will study all 27 books of the New Testament. We will study them as they are collected canonically.

Demonology I (3SH)


The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to demons & deliverance. What their origin is and who can be afflicted by them. This course will also discuss Theodicy. Theodicy is an attempt to resolve the evidential problem of evil by reconciling the traditional divine characteristics of omnibenevolence, omnipotence, and omniscience with the occurrence of evil or suffering in the world.

Demonology II (3SH)


Symptoms of Demons and Obstacles to Deliverance

Demon Possession Defined and Explained

Christians and demons

Demonology III (3SH)


Occult ABC

God’s Plan for Man (3SH)


A doctrinal study of God’s Plan For Man as seen in the first eleven chapters of Genesis.

The Cults (3SH)


This course will teach what countercult ministry is all about. Among cults and religions included are: Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormonism, New Age Cults, the Unification Church, Baha’i Faith, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and more.

Second Year – Associate of Arts in Theology

General Theology I (3SH)


Lectures in Systematic Theology by Henry C. Thiessen

General Theology II (3SH)


Lectures in Systematic Theology by Henry C. Thiessen

Fallen Angels (3SH)

Fallen Angels by Dr. CK Quarterman

One of the most fascinating and strategic topics in ancient texts is the record of fallen angels. Fallen angels are shrouded in mystery and belong to the age of pyramids and other great wonders of the world. It is an epoch that was destroyed by God s judgment, a flood, which left the world everlastingly changed, the evidence of which is found in the tales, folklore, and traditions of many cultures around the world.

America Babylon the Great (3SH)


A study of America in Biblical Prophecy

The Temple: Its Ministry and Services (3SH)


Jerusalem’s temple represented not only the glory of Israel’s past but the splendor of its future, when the Messiah would come and reign over God’s people. To recapture the essence of the temple’s significance, both in the life of Israel and in the life and theology of the early Christians, this course will introduce the reader to Alfred Edersheim.

Manners and Customs (3SH)


Have you ever wondered how a camel can go through the eye of a needle? How the four men got their paralytic friend through the roof to Jesus? What it means to greet one another with a holy kiss? This course answers these questions and others. Alfred Edersheim

The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah (3SH)


One of the best known and most important references on the life of Christ ever written, Alfred Edersheim’s “The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah” is a storehouse of information on the background of the New Testament. This classic work successfully portrays the streets, the marketplaces, the religious conflicts, the people, and the places of Jesus’ earthly ministry.

The Gospels (3SH)


A harmony of the four Gospels.

Creationism / Reconstruction (3SH)


The Ruin-Reconstruction Theory suggests that there is a gap of time between a distinct creation event in the first verse of Genesis and the second recreation in the second verse of Genesis, explaining the age of the Earth. This course will show the overwhelming evidence of such to the student.

Baptism of the Holy Spirit (3SH)


Christians everywhere need the infilling of the Holy Spirit to be able to walk the pathway that God has called us to. We need the gift that was given to Believers on the day of Pentecost in the Upper Room when the cloven tongues of fire fell on the Disciples and began to speak in other languages as the Holy Spirit gave evidence of. See Acts. 2:4. There are so many reasons why a Christian needs the Baptism of the Holy Ghost and the main reason is to pray the perfect prayer.

Third Year – Graduate of Theology


Nephilim (3SH)


Who were the Nephilim? They are shrouded in mystery and belong to the age of pyramids and other great wonders of the world. It is an epoch that was destroyed by God s judgment, a flood, which left the world everlastingly changed, the evidence of which is found in the tales, folklore, and traditions of many cultures around the world.

Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Are they for today? What are they and how do you operate in them? This course will examine these questions in detail.

Hermeneutics (3SH)


Hermeneutics gives the reader not only an understanding of the principles of proper biblical interpretation but also the ability to apply those principles in sermon preparation, personal Bible study, or writing.

Practice of Ministry (3SH)


This course is about the power and status of the Early Church and why it matters today.

Christian Counseling (3SH)


This course builds on biblical foundations and the best resources of professional psychology.

General Theology III (3SH)


This course will deal with systematic theology by Charles Finney.

General Theology IV (3SH)


This course will deal with systematic theology by Charles Hodge.

Hebrew (3SH)


This is a complete self-teaching course for Hebrew. Ten lessons teach students how to pronounce any Hebrew word.

Christology (3SH)


This course will center in on who Christ was and is today.

How did we get the Bible? (3SH)


How did the books of the Bible come to be recognized as Holy Scripture? Who decided what shape the canon should take? What criteria influenced these decisions?

Fourth Year – Bachelor of Theological Studies

Battles That Changed the World (6SH)

Many battles contributed to the Christian world as we know it now. This course summarizes the battles and how they effected the world.

Apologetics (3SH)


This course is the discipline of defending a position through the systematic use of information from the Bible.

Typology (3SH)


The doctrine or theory concerning the predictive relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament.

The Preacher and Preaching (3SH)


The preacher, his message, and method of presentation

Revelation

The Book of Revelation and Eschatology. End time events as seen in the Apocalypse.

The Godhead (3SH)


Who and what is the Godhead. Dr. CK Quarterman teaches on the Godhead.

Hermeneutics (3SH)


Hermeneutics gives the reader not only an understanding of the principles of proper biblical interpretation but also the ability to apply those principles in sermon preparation, personal Bible study, or writing.

New Testament Greek (6SH)


This course uses a highly effective teaching method to introduce readers to New Testament Greek. The book is accompanied by an audio CD-ROM.

Master of Theology

Prerequisite for enrollment in this program is an earned Bachelor degree, or its equivalent from Bethany or an acceptable college.

Christian Leaders (6SH)
This course provides students with a comprehensive view of the global movement of Christianity beginning. Students will be introduced to key Christian leaders throughout the ages and their contributions to the growth and advancement of Christianity. Special attention will be given to exploring the impact that Christianity has had on the development of Western civilization.

Nouthetic Counseling (3SH)
Who is qualified to be a counselor? *How can counselees change? *How does the Holy Spirit work? *What role does hope play? *What is the function of language? *How do we ask the right questions? *What often lies behind depression? *How do we deal with anger? *What is schizophrenia? These and hundreds more questions are answered in this comprehensive course.

Solving Marriage Problems (3SH)
This course will help counselors understand and deal with the typical problems that arise in a marriage. The approach is to offer not merely solutions, but biblical solutions.

Bible Archaeology (3SH)


Biblical archaeology has always stirred excitement among believers and curiosity among unbelievers. The evidence dug up with a spade can speak volumes–and serve as a powerful testimony of the reliability of Scripture.

Computer Skills (3SH)


This course includes the complete Windows 7 For Dummies book plus a DVD with two hours of video training.

Thesis (20,000 words) (6SH)


Write a Thesis agree upon in advance.

Doctor of Theology
The student must hold both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree prior to being permitted to enroll into this program.

Church History (6SH)


The student will be provided with eight volumes of Church History by Schaff. This will be in a pdf download so as to save on cost. Philip Schaff (1819-1893) wrote one of the finest histories of the church available. His eight-volume work, which covers Christian history from the apostles to the Swiss Reformation will enlighten the student to church history in depth.

Seminar (3SH)


A weekend seminar is always planned for the week of graduation and you are given credit for attending.

Reformation Theology (3SH)


You will be studying one of Western Christianity’s foundational works. It covers a broad range of theological topics from the doctrines of church and sacraments to justification by faith alone.

Counseling and Addiction (3SH)


A Contemporary Approach to Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling provides a basic understanding of the nature of substance abuse and addiction, its progression, and clinical interventions .

Competent to Counsel (3SH)


This course establishes the basis for and an introduction to a counseling approach that is being used in pastors’ studies, in counseling centers, and across dining room tables throughout the country and around the world

Thesis (50,000 words) (12SH)

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