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Course Number: THE1022       Credits: 2
Course Description: This is an introduction to general principles for interpreting the Bible. Unit 1 lays the foundation as we examine the need for principles to guide us; the qualifications, tools, and goals of a biblical interpreter; and the history of hermeneutics. Unit 2 is the core of the course. It teaches students to study the historical and cultural background; identify circles of literary context; analyze word

Course Number: BIB2043       Credits: 3
Course description: A thorough study of 1 and 2 Corinthians, beginning with an analysis of the authorship, date, readers, purpose, outline, and introduction of the book. Throughout the course, lesson by lesson, care is taken to examine the meaning of each passage to the first readers and identify timeless principles. Case studies and illustrations guide students to apply these principles to the problems believers face today.

Course Number: BIB1043       Credits: 3
Course Description: This introduction and overview of the 39 books of the Old Testament explores the importance, structure, and canon of the Old Testament. The study examines book by book: the author, readers, date, literary style, context, outline, theme, purpose, key passages, and principles for today.

Course Number: BIB1033       Credits: 3
Course Description: This course explores Matthew, Mark, and Luke—the Synoptic Gospels. It covers the background, purposes, and geography of the Gospels. Throughout this verse by verse approach we emphasize the context of Christ's teachings and miracles. The content is arranged by a principle-centered method, which enables students to apply, preach, and teach these great timeless, cross-cultural truths.

Course Number: BIB2072       Credits: 3
Course description: A thorough study of Hebrews, beginning with an analysis of the author, date, readers, purpose, outline, and introduction of the book. Throughout the course, care is taken to examine the meaning of each passage to the first readers, identify timeless principles, and apply them for today's readers. The study seeks to integrate passages with two themes: Christ and Christianity are superior to Judaism (Heb. 1-10); a superior Revealer, Mediator, and covenant demand the highest level of commitment (Heb. 11-13).

Course Number: MIN1013       Credits: 3
Course Description: This course is designed to teach pastors, evangelists, missionaries, teachers, and lay persons a Five Step Method to prepare expository sermons. Students learn to develop the problem and solution parts of the sermon by stating a principle, and then explaining, illustrating, and applying it. We emphasize using illustrations to move truth from the head to the heart.

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The Assemblies of God Ghana Europe Field Fellowship exists to proclaim the gospel, plant churches, develop leaders, and give support to our mother church in Ghana

 

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