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Academic Calendar

Academic Calendar

FIRST SEMESTER

  • August 24-27
    WOW Week
    • August 24 9am-noon – New Student Orientation
    • August 25 6:30pm – President’s Cookoutli>
    • August 27 10:30am – Educators and Students Dedication Sunday
  • August 28, Monday
    Fall Semester Classes Begin
  • September 1, Thursday
    Opening Ceremonies
  • September 4, Monday
    Labor Day – No Classes
  • September 16 Saturday
    Accordance Seminar (Optional)
  • October 15-17
    Spiritual Emphasis Week
  • October 27
    College for a Day
  • November 17
    Pastor/Christian Leader Appreciation Brunch
  • November 20-24
    Thanksgiving Break (No Classes)
  • December 11-15, Monday-Friday
    Final Examinations

SECOND SEMESTER

  • January 13, Saturday
    Super Saturday - New Student Orientation
  • January 15, Monday
    Martin Luther King Holiday - No Classes
  • January 16, Tuesday
    Classes begin
  • February 5-7, Monday-Wednesday
    Grace and Truth Conference
  • February 19 Presidents Day (Optional Classes)
  • February 20 – 23
    Ministry Outreach Week
  • March 2 Friday
    College for a Day
  • March 26 - 30, Monday-Friday
    Spring Break – No Classes
  • April 30 - May 4
    Final Examinations

 

 

Courses Being Offered for Spring 2018 Semester

Course Number Available Course Name Course Description Course Hours
THE 104 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Christian Worldview and Apologetics
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This course analyzes how a Christian perspective influences the way Christians think about issues such as creation, evolution, evil, morality, other religions, and social justice. This course also examines the plausibility of the Christian faith, highlighting the reliability of the Scriptures and the historicity of Jesus and his resurrection. (Required for Graduation)

3
MIN 101 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course examines the message and methods by which a person is led to Jesus Christ. It also examines what a disciple is and how a disciple is made. The course presents the motivation and command for making disciples, defines the gospel message, and emphasizes the necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelism and discipleship. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 203 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Romans and Galatians
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of Romans and Galatians, emphasizing key themes such as the sinfulness of humanity, justification, sanctification, the gospel, Christian liberty, and the responsibilities of the believer. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 101 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Bible Study Methods
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This course introduces a systematic approach to interpreting the Bible, in which students observe, interpret, apply, and correlate Scripture within the framework of Christian theology and history. (Required for Graduation)

3
GRK 101 On Line Real Time
Greek I
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This course introduces the pronunciation, vocabulary, morphology, and grammar of biblical Greek. Students will learn to use reference tools and will translate selected portions of the New Testament and Septuagint.

3
THE 102 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Survey of Christian Doctrine II
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This course surveys the biblical doctrines of salvation, the church, and the last things. Within a Protestant, evangelical framework, the course emphasizes what has been believed by historical Christianity. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 104 On Campus
On Line Real Time
New Testament Survey
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This course surveys the New Testament in light of its cultural, historical, and literary situation. The course presents intertestamental period and the life and teaching of Jesus and the first-century church. Students become familiar with the message of each New Testament book and learn to apply New Testament teaching appropriately. (Required for Graduation)

3

Speaking Schedule for Dr. Stan Ponz - President


If you would like to have Stan speak at your church or event please email us at [email protected]
Florida Bible College - Dr. Stan Ponz

Altamonte Christian School - Chapel Service

Thursday, February 01 at 9:15 AM

Altamonte Christian School
601 Palm Springs Drive
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
407-831-0950
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Sacandaga Bible Conference Mens Retreat

Friday, April 06 - Saturday, April 07

Sacandaga Bible Conference

Broadalbin, NY

Sunday School and Morning Worship

Sunday, April 08

Christian Church of Rural Grove
170 Rural Grove Rd.
Sprakers, NY 12166
518-922-7831
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Programs of Study

Certificate

Biblical Studies
  • Evangelism and Discipleship
  • Survey of Christian Doctrine
  • Spiritual Life Formation
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Romans and Galatians
  • Survey of Church History
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Associate

Biblical Studies
  • Christian Worldview & Apologetics
  • Bible Study Methods
  • New Testament Survey
  • Intro to Communication
  • Marriage and Family in Ministry
  • Introduction to Digital Technology
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Bachelors

Biblical Studies
  • Synoptic Gospels
  • Prophetic Books
  • Systematic Theology
  • Poetic Books
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Internship
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Majors

Ministry Studies
  • Pastoral Ministry
  • Missions
  • Worship Ministry
  • Christian School Education
  • Children's Ministry
  • Youth Ministry
  • Adult Ministry
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Speaking Schedules

Dr. Stan Ponz - President

Dr. Stan Ponz

President

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