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Available courses

BIBL 102 Basic Bible Study Methods (Sp '18)

BIBL 102 - Basic Bible Study Methods: An introduction to the principles of Biblical interpretation and independent Bible study. Students will be exposed to basic Bible study tools. Upload your syllabus to Site Wide Resources and set a link to your syllabus here (will be available for all registered students at the DE site) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Saturday, May 5, 2018
  • Teacher: Gary Houde

BIBL 304 Adv. Hermeneutics (Sp '18)

"An in-depth study of the interpretation of the different genres of scripture enabling students to identify difficulties arising from language, history, culture, rhetorical devises, and the student’s presuppositions. The student will develop an ability to recognize and express both the contextualized meaning and the theological principles present in the passage being studied. This course will introduce the student to the use of Greek and Hebrew study tools. Prerequisite: BIBL 102." (PIU catalog 2017-2018) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Saturday, May 5, 2018
  • Teacher: Iotaka Choram

BNEW 301 General Epistles (Sp '18)

Add course description from PIU catalog here (PIU catalog 2017-2018) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Saturday, May 5, 2018.
  • Teacher: Ken Dixon

BOLD 401 Exegesis in Genesis (Sp '18)

BOLD 401 - Exegesis in Genesis: An exegetical study of the English text of the book of Genesis. In addition to the study of the relationship of the patriarchs to God, the course focuses on important themes from Genesis, including creation, the flood, and the covenant. Prerequisite: BIBL 304 Course available: Monday, January 15, to Saturday, May 5, 2018.
  • Teacher: Gary Houde

CFOR/PSYC 303 Marriage and Family (Sp '18)

Add course description from PIU catalog here (PIU catalog 2017-2018) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Saturday, May 5, 2018.
  • Teacher: Ken Dixon

CHIS 300 Church History (Sp '18; independent study)

"A study of the origin, early development, and medieval period of the Christian movement, followed by the study of the Reformation, Post-Reformation, and modern periods of Christianity. This study focuses on the development of Christian thought and practices."  (PIU catalog 2017-2018)Course available: Monday, January 15, to Friday, May 4, 2018
  • Teacher: Michael Owen

CMIN 201 Introduction to World Missions (Sp '18)

"A survey of the history and theology of Christian missions. Students develop an understanding of the relationship of missions to the redemptive purpose of God and the factors which influence the effectiveness of missionary work. This should serve to motivate students to promote missions in their churches." (PIU Catalog 2017-18) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Friday, May 4, 2018
  • Teacher: Hartmut Scherer

ENGL 102 Freshman English 2 (Sp '18)

"(Writing for Research) This course which builds on Freshman Composition ENGL 101 emphasizes precision, accuracy and effectiveness in written English. The class will focus on the writing process, research techniques and properly citing texts. The class will emphasize persuasive and research writing and speaking, as well as vocabulary acquisition and research presentation. Prerequisite: ENGL 101." (PIU catalog 2017-2018) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Saturday, May 5, 2018
  • Teacher: Nikki Heimbach

FEDU 401 Church Leadership and Administration Practicum (Sp '18)

"Internship experience for students who expect to be serving local churches as pastors or in some form of specialized ministry. (Pass/Fail)" (PIU catalog 2017-2018) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Friday, May 4, 2018
  • Teacher: Iotaka Choram

THEO 301 Christian Doctrine 3 (Sp '18)

In this course, we will study the “history and teachings of the religious groups one might encounter in Micronesia. Emphasis is placed on defining and defending the historic Christian faith and helping the student personally develop a biblical theology.” (PIU catalog 2017-2018) Course available: Monday, January 15, to Friday, May 4, 2018
  • Teacher: Hartmut Scherer