2012-13 Course Descriptions

BIBT - Theology  
College of Biblical Studies (CBS)
   

BIBT 332 Religious Teaching of C.S. Lewis (3-0-3), spring.  A study of the religious writings of C.S. Lewis, emphasizing bibliographical information and concentrating on selected works of Lewis. Prerequisites: sophomore standing; BIBL 101 and 102 (or 103).    May be used to satisfy University Requirements.    
   
BIBT 342 Christianity in Culture (3-0-3), fall, spring, summer.  Students will investigate the relationship of basic Christian values with some of the realities of contemporary culture.  The class is also intended to promote the practice of theological reflection.  Prerequisites: BIBL 101, 102 (or 103), and 211.  May be used to satisfy Bible University Core requirements.
   
BIBT 379 The Church (3-0-3), fall.  A systematic, doctrinal study of the biblical teachings about the church, including historical insights, practical applications, and theological perspectives.  Prerequisites: sophomore standing; BIBL 101 and 102 (or 103).    May be used to satisfy University Requirements.    
   
BIBT 491 Theology (3-0-3), spring.  Introduces the nature of theological reflection.  Students will participate in foundational discourses in the field of theology in order to understand particular biblical and historical doctrines, to embody the practical and pastoral implications of theology, and to be drawn into further devotion to God.  Prerequisites: BIBL 101 and 102 (or 103).    May be used to satisfy University Requirements.    
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