Classes

CURRENT STUDENTS

This list of classes contains class-speciifc information for current students, such as homework assignments, class lecture audio recordings, or supplemental resources. Resources are password โ€“ for access, contact your instructor.


PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

If you are considering classes through The Gospel Institute, read through the Learning Tracks to see what courses you should expect to take based on your goals for theological education. You can also review the Core Classes we offer, where you can read more detailed explanations for each course.


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  • This course provides an overview of church history, from the beginning of the church to the postmodern church.


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  • This course will lead students on a chronological journey through the 66 books of the Bible in order to observe and learn about the historical progression of God's Revelation. 


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  • This course gives a practical understanding of how to participate in the discipleship arena in a meaningful way by creating a plan for life change while demonstrating love, compassion, wisdom, and Biblical Truth. 


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  • This course will introduce students to core inductive Bible Study tools, including observation, interpretation, application, and correlation, while teaching them how to apply these tools to their daily walk with the Lord, as well as where they teach. 


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  • This course expands on the Biblical Counseling course by going deeper into the themes and topics explored therein. 


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  • This course examines what the Bible teaches regarding four areas of doctrine: the Bible, God, Man, and Salvation. The students will learn the value of a systematic study of God's Word to discern how to live, think, serve, and worship God. 


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  • This course will examine what the Bible teaches in these five areas: Salvation, Christ, The Holy Spirit, Christ's Church, and Last Things. A continued focus will be placed on how students are to live as a result of a deepening understanding of these topics. 


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  • This course will examine the Christian Worldview and use it as a basis to understand and learn more about the worldviews of other religious beliefs, and will equip students to compassionately engage those who hold these beliefs. 


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