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Doctorate Degree Program

(90 credits)

                                                                            First Year

Fall Semester                                                   Credit Hours                        

Interpreting Scripture- 1(Chapts. 1-3, 5)                  7.5

Covenants – 1 (Chapts 1-5)                                     7.5

 

Spring Semester

Interpreting Scripture- 2(Chapts 6,9,24)                    7.5

Covenants – 2 (Chapts 8-10)                                     7.5

 

                                                                            Second Year

Fall Semester                                                       Credit Hours       

Systematic Theology 1 (Chapts 24,27,32)                  7.5     

Feasts of Israel 1 (Chapts. 1-7)                                   7.5     

           

Spring Semester

Systematic Theology 2 (Chapts 34,40)                         7.5     

Feasts of Israel 2 (Chapts 8,10,17,19))                         7.5     

 

                                                                                Third Year

Fall Semester                                                       Credit Hours

Dissertation Symposium                                                7.5     

Psychology & Christian Counseling                               7.5                 

                                                             

Spring Semester

Dissertation and Defense                                                7.5     

Crisis Counseling                                                             7.5     

 

 

  • All papers submitted must adhere to the standards set forth by All Christian Bible College

Books and Description of All Christian Bible Seminary Doctorate Program

INTERPRETING THE SCRIPTURES (1)

Text:  Interpreting The Scriptures

Authors:  Kevin Connor & Ken Malmin

Publisher:  City Christian Publishing 1993

An introduction to the principles of interpretation so that the interpreter will be able to use these principles as keys to open the truths of Scripture.  It is the objective of this class to cover and introduce the student to the Introduction to Hermeneutics, The Qualifications of an Interpreter, the Methods of Interpretation, and the Foundations for Interpretation

THE COVENANT (1)

Text:  The Covenants The Key To God’s Relationship with Mankind

Authors:  Kevin J. Conner & Ken Malmin

Publisher:  City Christian Publishing 1983

This course will introduce the student to a systematic presentation of the Introduction to Covenants, the Edenic, Adamic, Noahic, and Abrahamic Covenants. found in Scripture and will provide an invaluable resource and study.  The course will examine the question of why did God create man?  What is His purpose for man?  And how is God redeeming man?  The student will examine the nine divine covenants found in Scripture which will prove to be an invaluable study. 

 

INTERPRETING THE SCRIPTURES (2)

Text:  Interpreting The Scriptures

Authors:  Kevin Connor & Ken Malmin

Publisher:  City Christian Publishing 1993

An introduction to the principles of interpretation so that the interpreter will be able to use these principles as keys to open the truths of Scripture.  It is the objective of this class to cover and introduce the student to The Context Principle, The Progressive Principle and the Interpretation of Prophecy 

THE COVENANT (2)

Text:  The Covenants The Key To God’s Relationship with Mankind

Authors:  Kevin J. Conner & Ken Malmin

Publisher:  City Christian Publishing 1983

This course will introduce the student to a systematic presentation of the Davidic, New, and The Everlasting Covenants  found in Scripture and will provide an invaluable resource and study.  The course will examine the questions why did God create man?  What is His purpose for man?  And how is God redeeming man?  The student will examine the nine divine covenants found in Scripture which will prove to be an invaluable study. 

 

 

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY (1)

Text:  Systematic Theology An Introduction To Biblical Doctrine

Author:  Wayne Grudem

Publisher:  Zondervan 2000

This is an in-depth study of collecting, scientifically arranging, comparing, exhibiting, and defending all facts from any and every source concerning God and His works. The Theological understands the Holy Scriptures to be the revelation of God, coming from God, and flowing through and to man.  The Holy Scriptures are the only inspired and infallible divine revelation ever given to man and are the supreme authority in all matters of faith and morals.  This class is designed to systematically discuss Sin, The Atonement, Election, and Probation within the contents and perspective of the Word of God.

 

THE FEASTS OF THE LORD (1)

Text:  The Feasts of Israel

Author:  Kelvin J. Connor

Publisher:  City Bible Publishing 1980

The New Testament is the fulfillment and the revelation of the Feasts of the Lord in the Hebrew scriptures.  This course sets forth the historical-typical and historical-anti-typical fulfillment of the feasts through Jesus the Messiah and the Body of Messiah the church.  As this class covers chapters one through seven, the student of the Bible will find this course to be a great tool in unlocking this generally misunderstood area of the Scriptures.

 

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY (2)

Text:  Systematic Theology An Introduction To Biblical Doctrine

Author:  Wayne Grudem

Publisher:  Zondervan 2000

This is an in-depth study of collecting, scientifically arranging, comparing, exhibiting, and This is an in-depth study of collecting, scientifically arranging, comparing, exhibiting, and defending all facts from any and every source concerning God and His works. The Theological understands the Holy Scriptures to be the revelation of God, coming from God, and flowing through and to man.  The Holy Scriptures are the only inspired and infallible divine revelation ever given to man and are the supreme authority in all matters of faith and morals.  This class is designed to systematically discuss Regeneration and The Perseverance of the Saints within the contents and perspective of the Word of God.

 

THE FEASTS OF THE LORD (2)

Text:  The Feasts of Israel

Author:  Kelvin J. Connor

Publisher:  City Bible Publishing 1980

The New Testament is the fulfillment and the revelation of the Feasts of the Lord in the Hebrew scriptures.  This course sets forth the historical-typical and historical-anti-typical fulfillment of the feasts through Jesus the Messiah and the Body of Messiah the church.  As this class covers chapters eight, ten, seventeen and nineteen, the student of the Bible will find this course to be a great tool in unlocking this generally misunderstood area of the Scriptures.

 

DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM

Working with the Professor, the student will select and submit a theme for their dissertation.  Upon the approval of the Professor, the student will complete and submit to their Professor for grading, a cover page, outline, introduction and bibliography following Turabian formatting and the writing standard set forth by All Christian Bible College.

 

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING

Text:  The Psychology of Counseling

Author:  Clyde M. Narramore

Publisher:  Zondervan Publishing House

Counseling is indeed complex, embracing many concepts and techniques.  Most of the problems we encounter in counseling are very diverse, and in addition to quoting Scripture and applying Biblical formulas to solve problems, specific directions and many clear principles can be used to give us a good framework for Biblical Counseling.  This course is offered to effectively help meet the need for how to best guide others back to spiritual wholeness. 

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

Working with the Professor and following Turabian formatting and the writing standard set forth by All Christian Bible College., the student will complete, and defend their dissertation.

 

CRISIS COUNSELING​​

A unique approach to special circumstances with particular goals and techniques that apply only in the crisis situation.This course will present the dynamics of a crisis, a scriptural view of crises, and then give an overview of various categories of crises.

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