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TMC ONLINE PROGRAMS

B346 Life of Christ..........................................................3 BC300 Introduction to Biblical Counseling....................3 BTH321 Christian Theology I.............................................3 BTH322 Christian Theology II............................................3 B340 Biblical Interpretation...........................................3

General Education

C100 Spoken Communication........................................3 E110 English Composition.............................................3 E211 English Literature I................................................3 E221 World Literature I..................................................3 ECN200Macroeconomics......................................................3 ECN210 Microeconomics....................................................3 H211 World History I......................................................3 H212 World History II....................................................3 H241 US History I...........................................................3 LS140 Principles of Biology..............................................3 LS200 Foundations of Science........................................3 MA240 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving .................3 MGT422Business Strategy....................................................3 MU190 Introduction to Music & Art...............................3 P311 Introduction to Philosophy .................................3 POL220 U.S. Government.....................................................3 SP221 Spanish I..................................................................3

Online Undergraduate

Course Offerings

B101, B102 Old Testament Survey (3,3)

An introduction to the entire Old Testament,

employing both thematic and exegetical methods.

Literary structure, historical background, and parallel

passages are also utilized to discover the unique and

priceless lessons of each book. The first course

surveys Genesis through Samuel, and the second

covers Kings through Malachi.

B201, B202 New Testament Survey (3,3)

An introduction to the books of the New Testament,

with special emphasis on the life, teachings, and

redemptive work of Christ; the founding and growth

of the church; and the teachings of the Epistles and

Revelation. On the basis of the biblical text, parallel

readings, projects, and lectures, the events and

messages of the New Testament will be portrayed

against their historical and cultural setting. The first

course surveys the Gospels and Acts, while the

second is devoted to the Epistles and Revelation.

B306 Genesis (3)

A systematic study of the Book of Beginnings

in which problem areas are studied, introductory

materials are given, the best English texts are analyzed

verse by verse, and devotional application is made.

B335 Revelation (3)

An introduction and detailed study of this book,

with special attention given to the eschatological

significance of its message.

B340 Biblical Interpretation (3)

An analysis of how to study and understand Scripture.

Emphasis will be placed on the vital methods used to

apply a passage and the specific rules used to interpret

biblical narratives, poetry, parables, and prophecy.

B342 Romans (3)

An analysis emphasizing the great soteriological

themes, including sin, justification, sanctification, and

glorification, in addition to an investigation of the

practical implication of these doctrines.

B346 Life of Christ (3)

A thorough overview of the life of Jesus Christ

on earth, with special attention to the developing

emphases and distinctive purposes that prevailed

during our Lord’s public ministry. Theological and

chronological difficulties are also considered.

B364 History of Ancient Israel (3)

A careful study of the history of the people and

nation of Israel, from Abraham through the

restoration period. Special attention is given to the

relationship of Old Testament prophetic and wisdom

literature to that historical narrative.

B400 Senior Integrative Seminar (3)

A senior integrative seminar covering such topics

as the credentialing process, seminary and graduate

school discussion, transitional issues, career

placement,and the senior competency examination.

(Must be taken last in major course sequence.)

B407 Isaiah (3)

A study of the message of this book, with special

attention given to its historical and eschatological

significance.

BIBLICAL STUDIES