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Instructor: Todd Nance
Course Description: In this course, students will gain an understanding of the historical and cultural settings of the New Testament. Students will start in the Gospels, Acts with a special emphasis on the Epistles and the Book of Revelation. The highlights of the New Testament.
A Popular Survey of the New Testament (Norman L. Geisler)
Instructor: Napoleon Burt
Course Description: In this course, the student will be introduced to a basic understanding of the tenets undergirding biology. Evidence foundational to the theories of origins and evolution will be examined. Arguments for creation and intelligent design will be introduced and explored. A comparison will be made between secular biological theories and biblical teachings to expose inherent contradictions and equip the student to understand and defend their acceptance of the Bible.
Instructor: Brian Kinsey
Course Description: In this course, the student will grasp a basic understanding of Biblical stewardship and overall life management. The student will analyze key management skills and ethical behavior that sustains ministry success.
Book 1: I Choose to Win: How to Get Unstuck, on Track, and Enjoy Abundant Life (Brian Kinsey)
Book 2: Spiritual Leadership: Principles of Excellence For Every Believer (Sanders Spiritual Growth Series) (J. Oswald Sanders)
ISBN 9780802416704, 0802416705
Facilitator: Ron Trimmer
Course Description: NTCC is pleased to offer this course developed by North American Missions (NAM).
This course is the study of the church, its mission and the student’s place in that mission. Subjects examined will include Ecclesiastical Structure, the Missional Church, the Theology of Mission, the Kingdom and the Ministry of Reconciliation. It explores the biblical foundations, purpose, function, and future of the church and the impact of these doctrines on the local church and church organizations.
Book 1: Follow to Lead: The Journey of a Disciple Maker (Stan O. Gleason)
Book 2: The Mission of God's People: A Biblical Theology of the Church’s Mission (Biblical Theology for Life) (Christopher J. H. Wright)
Instructor: Tim Hall
Course Description: The student gains a practical approach to the study of the harmonic structure of Western music including triads, sevenths, charts, harmonic function, and voice leading.
Instructor: Carl McLaughlin
Course Description: In this course, the student will explore the development of Postmodern Christianity and its effect on the religious world today. Particular emphasis will be given to the distinctive Apostolic Doctrines that the New Testament declares to be normative for the Church today.
Required Book(s): Faith Undone: The emerging church a new reformation or an endtime deception (Roger Oakland)
Instructor: Tim Hall
Course Description: This course provides a broad overview of Christian worship and spiritual application including biblical fundamentals for ministry through music, various practical, administrative, and leadership dimensions, as well as clarification of role, self-identity, and call in the life of a minister.