This course is a study of the basic fundamentals of the Apostolic Doctrine. This class will help students deepen their understanding and increase their ability to defend the doctrine. *Prerequisite Apostolic Doctrine I
A study of the New Testament books of Hebrews, James, 1 and 2 Peter, and Jude. Particular attention is given to the major teachings of these books as they fit into their original historical contexts and as they speak to us today.
This course is designed to assist the student in evaluating and developing a life of prayer. It will explore various approaches to prayer that have been described in Scripture and by Christian leaders.
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.
The purpose of this ministry practicum is to provide the student with practical experience in ministerial responsibilities and in a broad range of roles performed in ministry. Trainees gain competence in essential areas of local church ministry. Three one-credit semesters of this practicum are required for a diploma. One semester is required for a certificate. *There are prerequisites for this course. Please contact the School Administrator
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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