Course Information

 

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Biblical Backgrounds (1B3214)

Credits:2

Ezekiel (1B4232)

Credits:2

Psalms (1B4233)

Credits:2

Zechariah (1B4234)

Credits:2

Genesis (1B4313)

Credits:3

Proverbs (1B4372)

Credits:3

Paul's Letters - Timothy & Titus (1B5341)

Credits:3

Hebrews Bk Study (1B5352)

Credits:3

General Psychology (1C1313)

Credits:3

Disaster Relief Chaplaincy Course (1E1145)

Credits:1

This course is designed to introduce a person to the fundamental dynamics, concepts, skills and demands necessary for serving as a chaplain in a disaster response. Particular emphasis will be given to the purpose, place, priorities, practices and potential related to offering intentional spiritual care and witness in a disaster context. Participants will learn how to function as a disaster relief chaplain team member and/or team leader in order to support disaster relief units, first responders, disaster survivors and others impacted by a critical event.

Church Administration (1E1331)

Credits:3

Bunyan & Pilgrims Progress (1E2111)

Credits:1

The course includes a study of the Scriptural foundations of Pilgrim's Progress as well as the theological teachings found in the book. The storyline and characters in this allegory of the Christian life will also be examined. Additionally, other key books that influenced Bunyan's theology and world view will be considered.

History of Christ Followers (1H1111)

Credits:1

This course presents an introduction to the development and of the church in the western world. Major events and leading figures from six major periods in church history will be investigated. It is hoped that students will be more keenly aware of the influences that have shaped Christianity and that they will be inspired by the those who, by God's grace and strength, have faithfully followed after Christ.

Reformation Lectureship (1H1112)

Credits:1

The Legacy of the Reformation: Then and Now This lecture series will be in the field of Church History, covering from Luther, then other major reformers (Zwingli, Calvin), the Anabaptists, then on into the Post-Reformation (Pietists, Puritans, and English Baptists). He will highlight the major contributions and how those contributions have and should affect us today.

Pilgrim's Progress & Regress (1L4114)

Credits:1

Pilgrim's Progress--and Regress: Journeying with John Bunyan and C.S. Lewis This course will explore the literary legacy of Bunyan and Lewis, and how each writer influenced his generation. Readers will have opportunity to compare and contrast "Pilgrim's Progress" and "Pilgrim's Regress" as well as examine their own faith pilgrimage. No prior knowledge of either author required.

CS Lewis & Imagination (1L4115)

Credits:1

This course aims to introduce students to the literary and theological contributions of C.S. Lewis and some of the writers who influenced him. Readers will encounter the legacies and worldviews of the following authors: George MacDonald, G.K. Chesterton and J.R.R. Tolkien, among others. On a practical level, students will examine their own “baptized imaginations” on their journey of faith. Visual literacy is included.

CS Lewis & Women (1L4116)

Credits:1

This course aims to explore the positive portrayal of women in the literature and life of C.S. Lewis. The course divisions are as follows: 1. Lewis, the man - and the women in his life 2. Lewis, the author - how girls and women are portrayed in his novels 3. Lewis, the poet - surprises from his poetry 4. Lewis, the influencer - how his life and literature impact the 21st century discussion about women

Women's Lit: Heroines & Heretics (1L4117)

Credits:1

Poets & Pilgrims (1L4118)

Credits:1

Students will be introduced to poets and their works spanning different periods, from biblical psalmists to writers from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the 18th Century, the Victorian Era, and Modern and Contemporary periods. The aim of the course is for those new to poetry as well as lifelong literature lovers to gain a fresh appreciation of poetry in various forms and periods, both as a reading and listening experience. Students at all levels of experience and comfort with poetry are welcome.

Remedial English (1L4501)

Credits:5

Experiencing Work of Holy Spirit (1P2122)

Credits:1

This course will help students understand the transformative work the Holy Spirit does in a believer’s life with particular emphasis on how the Holy Spirit produces spiritual fruit.

Authentegrity Ministry (1P2123)

Credits:1

This course is designed as an interactive pursuit of one’s personal journey toward discovery and nurture of authentegrity servantship for the 21st century Christian ministry. Students will encountering biblical personalities and engage in relevant dialogue, daily journaling, and selected readings. Students will also have opportunities to wrestle with the value of authentegrity in relation to being and becoming the person and servant Christ intends each of His called-out ones to become.

Coaching to Make Disc &Dev Leaders (1P2216)

Credits:2

This course will present coaching as the life-giving process of helping others to take next steps in their walk with God as followers of Jesus and/or leaders of his people. The format will be interactive and practical, focused on developing both the skills and the character necessary to come alongside others to help them on their upward journey with Christ. The emphasis will be on recognizing and joining God’s work in the life of the “coachee,” more than on imparting the knowledge or expertise of the coach.

Issues in Pastoral Ministry (1P9212)

Credits:2

Ways of God (1T1113)

Credits:1

The Sometimes Painful and Confusing Ways of God This course is designed to investigate the mystery of the ways in which God works in the world. The assumption is made that God is in control, that He is loving and kind, and that He always does what is right. Often the world seems out of control, unloving, and unkind. Injustices occur regularly. Often the Christian is confused by the circumstances of life. Why do things go wrong when we have tried to do the right thing? Is there something happening of which we are not aware? Why is this happening to me? This course seeks some answers to those questions and others we often ask.

Is God a Moral Monster Lectureship (1T2123)

Credits:1

Islam An Evangelical Approach (1T4212)

Credits:2

As you take this course on Islam, you will gain an understanding of key Islamic realities, will evaluate the nature of Islam, and will appreciate the ongoing reality of Muslims coming to faith in Christ. Above all, this course aims to equip you to minister to Muslims wherever they are found.

Ways of God (1T9312)

Credits:3

NT Text & Canon (2B3112)

Credits:1

New Testament Text & Canon—the goal of this course is to survey the development of the New Testament from the pen in the hand of the authors to the Bible we hold in our hands today. Students will be introduced to New Testament textual criticism as well as how the New Testament canon came to be. Some attention will also be given to translation theory and evaluation of modern day translations. Prerequisite to this course is at least one year of study in biblical Greek or permission of the professor.

Use of Old Testament in New (2B3216)

Credits:2

How the Apostles Read their Bibles: Studying the Use of the Old Testament in the New This course will present an overview of issues related to the use of the Old Testament within the New Testament. We will consider distinctive uses and applications of Old Testament themes and texts in the New Testament, looking at sample texts from various authors and books to provide a foundation for discussion. The emphasis will be to understand New Testament authors as biblical interpreters and biblical theologians who are informed by Christ’s life and ministry as they respond to the pastoral challenges of the early church.

Psalms (2B4233)

Credits:2

Zechariah (2B4234)

Credits:2

Isaiah Bk Study (2B4351)

Credits:3

Life & Letters of Paul (2B5222)

Credits:2

The Life and Letters of Paul This course is a study of the life of the Apostle Paul and an overview of his thirteen letters in the New Testament. As an advanced elective course, college students will be benefitted by already having completed New Testament Survey (1B2311), and seminary students New Testament II (2B2312).

II Corinthians (2B5234)

Credits:2

New Testament II (2B7312)

Credits:3

New Testament II focuses on the historical background and the teachings of Acts, the Letters of Paul, the General Epistles, and Revelation.

Amos Hosea Online (2B8361)

Credits:3

Disaster Relief Chaplaincy Course (2E1145)

Credits:1

This course is designed to introduce a person to the fundamental dynamics, concepts, skills and demands necessary for serving as a chaplain in a disaster response. Particular emphasis will be given to the purpose, place, priorities, practices and potential related to offering intentional spiritual care and witness in a disaster context. Participants will learn how to function as a disaster relief chaplain team member and/or team leader in order to support disaster relief units, first responders, disaster survivors and others impacted by a critical event. There is an additional $25.00 fee to cover diploma costs etc.

Effective Parenting (2e3212)

Credits:2

Reformation Lectureship (2H1112)

Credits:1

The Legacy of the Reformation: Then and Now This lecture series will be in the field of Church History, covering from Luther, then other major reformers (Zwingli, Calvin), the Anabaptists, then on into the Post-Reformation (Pietists, Puritans, and English Baptists). He will highlight the major contributions and how those contributions have and should affect us today.

Adv Greek II (2L2211)

Credits:2

Adv Greek Dir Study 3 (2L2212)

Credits:2

This is the third course (2 credit hours) designed to meet part of the advanced standing requirement for Greek 1 and 2

Biblical Greek 3 (2L2313)

Credits:3

Isaiah (Hebrew) (2L4371)

Credits:3

Advanced Voice (2M3124)

Credits:1

Role of the Cross (2P2115)

Credits:1

Coaching to Make Disc &Dev Leaders (2P2216)

Credits:2

This course will present coaching as the life-giving process of helping others to take next steps in their walk with God as followers of Jesus and/or leaders of his people. The format will be interactive and practical, focused on developing both the skills and the character necessary to come alongside others to help them on their upward journey with Christ. The emphasis will be on recognizing and joining God’s work in the life of the “coachee,” more than on imparting the knowledge or expertise of the coach.

Reaching New Immigrants (2P3124)

Credits:1

This course will help equip students to develop a ministry of reaching new immigrants in Canada through relational evangelism. Some of the topics that will be considered include the history of immigration to Canada, the role of culture in reaching immigrants, as well as the biblical perspective and theological implications of migration.

Spiritual Awakening & Revival (2P3233)

Credits:2

Evangelism (2P7221)

Credits:2

This course offers training in personal evangelism using various approaches. Students will examine the biblical basis for evangelism and the importance of initial steps of discipleship for new believers. Assignments will require students to share their faith and to outline a strategy for equipping others to share the gospel.

Community Transformation in the City (2T1112)

Credits:1

Ways of God (2T1113)

Credits:1

The Sometimes Painful and Confusing Ways of God This course is designed to investigate the mystery of the ways in which God works in the world. The assumption is made that God is in control, that He is loving and kind, and that He always does what is right. Often the world seems out of control, unloving, and unkind. Injustices occur regularly. Often the Christian is confused by the circumstances of life. Why do things go wrong when we have tried to do the right thing? Is there something happening of which we are not aware? Why is this happening to me? This course seeks some answers to those questions and others we often ask.

Emerging Church (2T1232)

Credits:2

This course will consider the various approaches found in current emergent/emerging church developments as located primarily in North America and Britain. The basic philosophies, methodologies, key leaders and strategies will be evaluated in light of perceived strengths and weakness within the broad spectrum of evangelicalism.

Just Peacemaking (2T2111)

Credits:1

Required attendance for the chapel presentations by guest lecturer.
This elective credit in the field of Christian Ethics offers students a brief survey of the issues, concerns and practices of Christian peacemaking with justice. The major biblical focus will be the transforming initiatives for peacemaking as taught by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. Christian exemplars such as Bonhoeffer and Martin Luther King, Jr. will be used to illustrate the theme of the lectureship.

Is God a Moral Monster Lectureship (2T2123)

Credits:1

Islam An Evangelical Approach (2T4212)

Credits:2

As you take this course on Islam, you will gain an understanding of key Islamic realities, will evaluate the nature of Islam, and will appreciate the ongoing reality of Muslims coming to faith in Christ. Above all, this course aims to equip you to minister to Muslims wherever they are found.

Christian Theology II (2T8213)

Credits:2

This course continues the study of Christian Theology I and considers the Christian beliefs of the Holy Spirit,Christian life, church and eschatology.