Atheists, skeptics, and other critics of the Bible have raised a variety of objections and questions about the existence of God and the reliability of the Bibleobjections and questions that Christians should be prepared to answer. Apologetics deals with answering critics who oppose or question the revelation of God in Christ and the Bible. The purpose of this course is helping the student understand how to "always be ready to make a defense to everyone who asks them to give an account for the hope they have." 

Leadership is not an exclusive club for those who were “born with it.” The traits that are the raw materials of leadership can be acquired. Link them up with the desire and nothing can keep you from becoming a leader. This course will supply the leadership principles. You must supply the desire.


Too often Christians read the Bible from the perspective of the modern world. They interpret its words based on their understanding of their native language, and from the perspective of their modern worldview. In this course you will discover the importance in learning the meanings of biblical interpretation.

Have you ever wondered why the New Testament gives so much attention to the kingdom of God? Or how this central theme relates to the new covenant in Christ? This course explores these two fundamental features of the New Testament by examining where they originated and what they mean for us today. 

The research paper will be a stand-alone grade to receive 5 credits. You must pass research papers to receive your degree. Grading will be a culmination of how well you followed the outline of the content described below as well as the content in your paper.