SA 10 Course Curriculum

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  • SA Course #1 Hermeneutics

    Description: Learning the principles of Biblical Interpretation is essential for anyone who desires to teach God’s word. In this class students will learn the historical – grammatical principles of interpretation. Furthermore, each student will practice applying these principles as they learn to exegete the scripture.

    Course #1- Hermeneutics 

    Description

    The study of the principles that are applied when approaching scripture to ensure correct and accurate interpretation of the text.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course, you will have a firm grasp on the principles of the historical, grammatical approach of interpretation. You will be able to start working towards proper exegises, equipping you to share the scriptures with confidence as you minister to others.

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  • SA Course #2 Homiletics

    This is the class that will prepare every student to be able to structure a proper teaching outline. Students will be instructed on the elements that make up a solid introduction, body and conclusion. Also, this class focuses on public speech and will help equip everyone to stand before an audience with confidence and proper focus.

    Course #2- Homiletics

    Description

    This is the class that will prepare every student to be able to structure a proper teaching outline. Students will be instructed on the elements that make up a solid introduction, body and conclusion. Also, this class focuses on public speech and will help equip everyone to stand before an audience with confidence and proper focus.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course, you will have a clear understanding of how to assemble an outline for a sermon. You will be able to give illustrations and move through the outline in a timely fashion. Students will be expected to stand in front of their peers and deliver a brief sermon incorporating what they have learned. You will also help to evaluate your fellow classmates in an effort to encourage them in perfecting their delivery skills. 

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  • SA Course #3 Church Planting, Spiritual Reproduction

    This is the capstone course for the Seminary Advantage Program. Building upon the major emphasis of the program, student will survey the book of Acts as “The Manual” for starting new missional works. The course will culminate with the expectation of identifying and implementing a new mission in the context of the student.

    Course #3- Church Planting and Spiritual Reproduction

    Description

    This is the capstone course for the Seminary Advantage Program. Building upon the major emphasis of the program, student will survey the book of Acts as “The Manual” for starting new ministry works. The course will culminate with the expectation of identifying and implementing a new ministry in the context of the student.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course, you will be expected to begin the process of identifying how you are gifted and equipped to do ministry. With the help of your instructor you will need to prayerfully evaluate yourself to what God has called you to do. By the conclusion of the SA program you will be required to be actively pursuing or functioning in the role that you believe God is called you to. 

     

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  • SA Course #4 Transforming Disciples

    During this course students will read through and study "Transforming Discipleship" by Greg Ogden. After completing this study they will enter into a Discipleship relationship with two or three other believers for the purpose of discipling them. They will use the"Discipleship Essentials" workbook as a course guideline.

    Course #4- Clinical Practicum Discipleship

    Description

    During this course students will be spending their class time in the field developing relationships for the purpose of discipleship. Each student will engage at least one other individual for the purpose of mentoring, teaching and guiding them into a deeper relationship with God.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to actively meet with a fellow believer on a weekly basis. You will be required to disciple this person in their walk with the Lord and journal the events of your time spent together. Your journal shall be turned in for a grade. You may choose to use a bible study as a tool for structuring this time together. You will be required to share your experience in class on the final week of this course.


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  • SA Course #5 Old Testament Chronology

    Students in this class will take the time to see the Old Testament from a chronological perspective. This study will help the student to view the scripture based upon stages. We start with the creation stage and conclude with the return stage. This is an insightful way to view the work of God.

    Course #5- Old Testament Chronology

    Description

    Students in this class will take the time to see the Old Testament from a chronological perspective. This study will help the student to view the scripture based upon stages. We start with the creation stage and conclude with the return stage. This is an insightful way to view the work of God.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course, you will have a greater understanding of the bible as a whole and the timeline of the different eras from creation to present day.


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  • SA Course #6 New Testament Gospels

    This course is designed to expose students to the different perspectives in the Gospels. We will see how Matthew speaks from a Jewish perspective declaring Jesus as King of the Jews. Mark was written to Romans and focuses on Jesus as a suffering servant. Luke was written to the Greeks and show Jesus as the Son of Man. Finally, John was written to all people to show Jesus as the Son of God.

    Course #6- New Testament Gospels

    Description

    This course is designed to expose students to the different perspectives in the Gospels. We will see how Matthew speaks from a Jewish perspective declaring Jesus as King of the Jews. Mark was written to Romans and focuses on Jesus as a suffering servant.  Luke was written to the Greeks and show Jesus as the Son of Man. Finally, John was written to all people to show Jesus as the Son of God.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completion of this course you will have a better understanding of the synoptic gospels as well as the individuality of the gospel of John.

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  • SA Course #7 Pastoral Epistles

    How is the Church to function? In this class we will work through I Timothy, II Timothy and Titus. We will give special attention to that which God teaches His Pastors. Students will learn the qualifications of a leader, as well as Pastoral responsibilities. The Lord has not left His church to do whatever they want. We must remember that we are His church and we are called to do His will.

    Course #7- Pastoral Epistles

    Description

    How is the Church to function? In this class we will work through I Timothy, II Timothy and Titus. We will give special attention to that which God teaches His Pastors. Students will learn the qualifications of a leader, as well as Pastoral responsibilities. The Lord has not left His church to do whatever they want. We must remember that we are His church and we are called to do His will.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course, you should have an understanding of God’s intention for His Church and how it is to be managed. You will learn the role and requirements of those who hold specific offices in the local church body such as Deacons and Elders.

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  • SA Course #8 New Testament General Letters

    The general letters were written for the benefit of the Church both then and now. Some of the books you will be studying such as Romans, Ephesians, and Corinthians contain Paul's words of encouragement, rebuke, instruction and doctrine that still govern the Church today. Each letter will be given an overview and some will be looked at in greater depth.

    Course #8- New Testament General Letters

    Description

    The general letters were written for the benefit of the church both then and now. Some of the books you will be studying such as Romans, Ephesians and Corinthians contain Paul’s words of encouragement, rebuke, instruction and doctrine that still govern the church today. Each letter will be given an overview and some will be looked at in greater depth.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course you will see how church doctrine was meant to be applied both then and now. You will also see some of the false doctrine that was appearing in the early church and how it was to be handled.

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  • SA Course #9 Major Bible Doctrines

    In our time together we will discuss the major doctrines of the Christian Faith. We will be looking at doctrines of God, Scripture, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Furthermore, we will take the time to survey the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed as the bedrock for sound Christian Doctrine.

    Course #9- Major Bible Doctrines

    Description

    In our time together we will discuss the major doctrines of the Christian Faith. We will be looking at doctrines of God, Scripture, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Furthermore, we will take the time to survey the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed as the bedrock for sound Christian Doctrine.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course you will understand the difference between Primary and Secondary doctrine. This course will help you to determine the difference between true Christian doctrine and heretical teachings.

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  • SA Course #10 Apologetics, Church History, Spiritual Warfare

    This course will be broken down into 3 sections. The apologetic portion teaches how to defend the Christian faith. Church history will focus on the development of the church movement from inception to current day. The spiritual warfare portion of the course will look at the reality of angelic and demonic forces that are actively impacting Christians and influencing our world here and now.

    Course #10- Apologetics, Church History, Spiritual Warfare

    Description

    This course will be broken down into three sections. The “Apologetics” portion teaches how to defend the Christian faith. “Church History” will focus on the development of the church movement from inception to current day.  The “Spiritual Warfare” portion of this course will look at the reality of angelic and demonic forces that are actively impacting Christians and influencing our world here and now.

    Expectations and Goals

    During this course, you will be expected to participate in class discussion and keep a notebook that will be turned in for a portion of your grade. You will be required to complete all review questions in the text book. You will also be required to write a summary paper of what you have learned in this course for your final grade. After completing this course you will be better equipped to answer the three primary questions: What do you believe? Why do you believe it? Can you defend it? You will know how the church came about and better understand the origin of the different denominations of the modern church. You will also gain a biblical insight into the spiritual battles that we as believers are engaged in as we strive to complete the work of the ministry.

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