Philosophy and Bible Courses

Course TitleCourse DescriptionCourse Number
Old Testament Survey. (3) A survey of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) with regard to its worth as a literary work, along with significant dates, themes, concepts and contributions of its characters to that history and literature. Three lecture hours per week.PHI1113
New Testament Survey. (3) A study of the New Testament covering the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the establishment of early church as presented in the Gospels, Acts, and other New Testament books. Three lecture hours per week.PHI1133
Jesus and the Gospels. (3) A study of the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth as recorded in the four canonical gospels with specific consideration of the geographical, political, and social conditions of the 1st century and recognition of various early interpretations of the meaning of the life and person of Jesus. Three lecture hours per week.PHI1153
Acts and the Epistles. (3) A survey of the work of the apostles as portrayed in the Book of Acts and the Epistles. Attention is given to the development of the 1st Century Christian church and the historical background of the various Epistles. Three lecture hours per week.PHI1163
Introduction to Philosophy I. (3) An introduction to the major themes and history of the discipline of Philosophy with an emphasis on the development of critical thinking skills. Three lecture hours per week.PHI2113
Ethics. (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. An introduction to moral philosophy with the investigation of some selected moral problems. Three lecture hours per week.PHI2143
World Religions I. (3) Examination of the beliefs and development of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and other religious traditions. Three lecture hours per week.PHI2613
Logic. (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. An introduction to the discipline of logic including formal and informal logic, as well as the development of critical thinking skills. Three lecture hours per week.PHI2713
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