Global Christian History I: Apostolic and Medieval Church History
– 3 Units
A study of the history of the church from the apostolic to the medieval periods dealing with its establishment, development, theological movements, and liturgy.
Systematic Theology I: Foundation of Theology: Introduction, The Bible and God – 3 Units
This course studies the methodology and philosophy of theology, the doctrine of the Bible and God. Prolegomena is an examination of reality, truth, language, meaning, value, and source of Christian theology. Bibliology is the study of the revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, canonicity, and authority of the Bible. Theology Proper deals with the existence, nature, attributes and works of God and His relationships to His creation and creatures.
Greek III: Principles of Greek Exegesis – 3 Units
A study of principles of Greek New Testament exegesis with emphasis on the tools, methods and procedures of interpreting the different New Testament literary genres through the study of selected passages.
Global Christian History II: Reformation and Modern Church History
– 3 Units
A study of the history of the church covering the Reformation, Counter-reformation, modern and contemporary periods dealing with biographical, theological, and liturgical developments. Special topics include revivalism, denominationalism, missions, ecumenism, evangelism, and Pentecostal/charismatic/third wave movements.
Systematic Theology II: Anthropology, Hamartiology, Pneumatology, Angelology: Humans, Sin, The Holy Spirit and The Spirit World – 3 Units
A study of the biblical doctrines of man, sin, the Holy Spirit and the spiritual world. Anthropology deals with the origin and nature of human beings. Hamartiology deals with the origin, nature, extent, and effects of sin in creation, in human relationships to God. Pneumatology deals with person and work of the Holy Spirit with attention given to the current Pentecostal-charismatic movements. Angelology deals with the doctrines of evil, angels and demons with attention to their origin, personality, works, and views of the Filipino and Chinese spirit world.
New Testament Book Study – 3 Units (Pre-requisite: Greek I, II, III)
An in-depth exegetical study of a selected book of the New Testament with a view of applying the principles of Greek exegesis.
Global Christian History III: Historical Theological of Asian Churches
– 3 Units
A study of the history and theological trends of the Asian churches, with particular focus on the Chinese and Filipino settings. The historical survey covers the early up to the modern periods. Emphasis will be given to missiological, Christological, and other contemporary issues in theology.
Systematic Theology III: Christology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, Eschatology: Christ, Salvation, The Church and The End Times – 3 Units
A study of the biblical doctrines of Christ, salvation, the church, and end times. Christology deals with the person and work of Jesus Christ. Soteriology examines the themes of propitiation, redemption, adoption, reconciliation, atonement, election, justification, sanctification, perseverance, and glorification of the believer. Ecclesiology examines the nature, government ordinances officers, and mission of the church. Eschatology deals with the Second Coming, the resurrection, judgement, and the eternal state.
Urban Missions – 3 Units
A Study of the nature and methods of missions in the urban context with special attention to the problems, opportunities and challenges of urban evangelism and the development and implementation of a mission strategy for urban outreach. Field trips to selected places are include.
Old / New Testament Book Study – 3 Units