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Thursday, March 30, 2017
Rocky Mountain Bible College and Rocky Mountain Seminary
Today Thursday, 30 March
BI 1007: Advanced Hermeneutics (3 hrs.)
A presentation of the literal, grammatical, and historical approach to studying the Scriptures, with an emphasis on special hermeneutical problems, such as figures of speech, typology, and modern criticism.
BI 1005: Hermeneutics--Principles of Inductive Bible Study (3 hrs.)
An introduction to the priniciples of inductive Bible study with an emphasis on general hermeneutics and the use of tools fro independent Bible study.
TH 4003: Soteriology Seminar (3 hrs.)
An interactive seminar designed to lead the student to a solid understanding of and a refined ability to speak concerning the doctine of salvation
NT 308: Daniel and Revelation (3 hrs)
These two books--Daniel and Revelation, are studied together, with an emphasis on prophecy and its unfolding in the past, present and future ages.
TH 406 & HT 5001: Church History (3 hrs.)
A study of Christianity from the first century to the Reformation and from the Reformation to the present day with emphasis on the major theological developments and on significant leaders and events.
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