Registration begins May 11, 2020
This course is a study of Old and New Testament teachings on eschatology, including those aspects of the Kingdom of God which are already present and those yet to be fulfilled. Specific attention will be given to concepts such as Messiah, resurrection, tribulation, millennium, judgment, signs of the time, and the Kingdom of God.
Registration begins May 11, 2020,
This course examines the place of miracles in the apostolic, historical, and contemporary Church, focusing on the Biblical basis for expecting and experiencing miracles, their theological significance, and their practical consequences. The course seeks to be one of the avenues of fulfilling Chancellor Oral Roberts' call to "teach your students to hear God's voice."
Survey of expression from the Reformation era with emphasis on the reformers and the impact made politically and economically. Special reference is made to the great missionary expansion and movements of the Holy Spirit.
This course is a study to explore the dynamics of family relationships, particularly from the viewpoint of family counseling and therapy. The course focuses on knowledge and skills such as the theology of marriage and the family, problems of divorce and remarriage, courtship and mate selection, and the theory and technique of family therapy.
All courses are currently being held virtually and are 7 to 13 weeks in length and 3 credits are available through Oral Roberts University
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