|Michigan Bible Classes|
Tuesday Evenings, 7 to 9:15 PM, Aug 27 – Dec 17, 2013
The Book of Hebrews (2 Credit Hours)
The Old Testament has served its purpose, looking forward to the superior Jesus Christ and the New Testament. Now that Christ has come, it would be a mistake to return to the rules and regulations of the Old Testament. All of this is explained by means of several arguments presented in the book of Hebrews. After introducing the book (theme, date, …), this course proceeds from there into a verse-by-verse study of each of the book’s thirteen chapters, time permitting.
Instructor: Lynwood Shealy
Note: If taken for credit, this course satisfies 2 of the required 8 credit hours of Bible Textual Study.
Thursday Evenings, 7 to 9:15 PM, Aug 29 – Dec 19, 2013
Hermeneutics (Revised Course) (2 Credit Hours)
The study of the principles of Bible interpretation. The focus of this course is upon implication, Bible silence and how the Bible authorizes. Though these topics were included in previous teachings of this course, much more attention will be given to these topics this time. Because of this, in this exceptional case, if you take this for credit, you will receive two credit hours even if you have taken Hermeneutics in the past at Michigan Bible School.
Instructor: Bruce Harris
Note: This is one of the courses required for graduation.