Bible Theology II – BT 102

This course is to identify and explain the Doctrines in the Sacred Scriptures, (The Bible). “The course is in no sense intended to be a treatise on Systematic Theology”[i] (MBT). A limited number of the most vital and practical doctrinal themes have been chosen, and an attempt has been made to adapt these brief discussions to the needs of the Course. The students will learn about the character and universality of sin, and that they are victorious over sin and death through salvation in Christ Jesus. They will be introduced to the New Testament Church; particularly its purpose, commission, service, stewardship, organization, ordinances, and rewards. The course concludes with an introduction to the end times theology. These areas cover the Tribulation, Great Tribulation, Millennial Kingdom, and New Heaven and Earth.

Instructor: Professor Stanley R. Fuller

Phone: (817)564-5753


Every week on Tue, Jan 10, 2023, until May 9, 2023

Time: 06:30 PM Central Time

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Meeting ID: 838 0706 8893 – Passcode: 706859

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Course Objectives:

  1. Have a working knowledge of the definition of Systematic Theology
  2. Identify some of the major doctrines and scriptural references to these doctrines.
  3. To develop an Apologetic understanding of these doctrines for response to heresy
  4. To establish the confidence of your Faith ( What you Believe and Why

Old Testament Survey II – OTS 102

A general survey of the Old Testament, highlighting its organization, overall themes, historical context, and major events, as well as keywords, names, and places mentioned in each book. Written over a span of more than one thousand years by numerous authors, the thirty-nine books of the Old Testament were written in a variety of literary genres and provide the reader with a clear description of who God is through his dealings with humanity and the nation of Israel.

Instructor: R. D. Rucker

Phone: (210) 639-9776


Every week on Thu, Jan 12, 2023, until May 11, 2023 – Time: 06:30 PM Central Time 

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Meeting ID: 827 8108 6104 – Passcode: 549267

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Course Objectives

Students who complete this course should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to identify the purpose and themes of the books of the OT
  2. Articulate the basic content of the OT as well as its message, theology, and teaching
  3. Be familiar with the broad outline of the historical and geographical context in which the OT was written (able to recognize/identify key people, places, events, and dates, as well as some key worldview differences between ancient times and today)    
  4. Understand the message, structure, and content of each OT book

Evangelism and Missions-EM 201

      This course is a study of evangelism and missions in which we will discuss and develop the biblical foundation and a practical solution to living out the command and commission of God.  We will examine previous movements, and methods, of both personal and Church Evangelism, Outreach, and Missions.          

Instructor: Rev. Howard Madison

Phone: 469-337-2928


Every week on Thu, Jan 12, 2023, until May 11, 2023 – Time: 08:00 PM Central Time

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Meeting ID:  839 0400 9893 – Passcode: 815383


  • To gain an understanding of the teachings and practices of evangelism, and missions in the Christian church.
    • To develop a theological view, the impact of the Great Commission and historical principles and practices of Christ related to the early church as they relate to the need of reaching mankind today.
    • To evaluate the impact of these principles in light of the call, gifts, and movements of the church, and the world.
    • To gain a fuller understanding of the biblical teachings and their practice of evangelism, and missions.   

Topics in Apologetics, Ethics and WorldView – AEW 102

A general survey of concepts and major topics in apologetics, ethics, and worldview.

Instructor: Terryon Desso

Phone: (817)884-7959


Every week on Tue, Jan 10, 2023, until May 9, 2023 – Time: 08:00 PM Central Time

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Meeting ID: 848 9552 2815 – Passcode: 804508

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Course Objectives

At the end of the semester, students should:

  1. Be able to explain the biblical basis for the study of each discipline.
  2. Gain basic knowledge about the major concepts commonly discussed in the disciplines of apologetics, ethics, and worldview.
  3. Gain a basic knowledge of topics commonly discussed in the disciplines.
  4. Be able to identify elements that make each discipline unique.   
  5. Be able to produce written works that demonstrate a basic understanding of those concepts and topics.