Course Descriptions

We are currently offering the following courses taught by Harold R. Eberle.

 

Church Government, Based on the Five-Fold Ministry

This course is an in-depth study on how the local church should be governed, incorporating the ministry gifts of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers. Develop an understanding of God’s anointings and gifts. See how unity can be maintained in the Body of Christ. Develop a picture of where God is taking His Church in the future.

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

 

Supernatural Living

This course is a study of how the spiritual and natural dimensions interact and influence each other. An investigation of the Christian’s role in releasing the supernatural into the natural realm. Topics will be discussed such as what exists in the spiritual realm, how people access that realm, discern- ing things in the spirit, activities of witches, psychics and New Agers, spiritual impartations, out- of-body experiences, interpretation of dreams, angelic and demonic visitations, and understanding other supernatural phenomena from a biblical perspective.

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

 

Eschatology

This is a study of endtimes. We will be presenting differing views of eschatology, but favoring a view which reveals an optimistic future for God’s people. We will study the relevant Bible passages, such as Matthew 24, Daniel 2 and 9, the book of Revelation, etc. We will discuss questions such as, What will happen between now and the return of Jesus Christ? What will the righteous and the wicked people experience in eternity?

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

 

Kingdom Finances

This is a course designed to help the student understand and apply biblical principles for financial success. First, a historical understanding of capitalism will be developed. Then, biblical principles to create and manage wealth will be discussed. Time will be spent eliminating ways of thinking which result in poverty. Godly thought processes will be encouraged to produce prosperity. Finally, stewardship and generosity will be discussed to offer kingdom purposes for prosperity.Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

 

Church History

In this course the student will gain a basic grasp of our Christian heritage. Great leaders, historic events and turning points in history will be discussed with a goal of explaining how the modern Church got where She is today.Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

 

Systematic Theology

This is one of the most thought-provoking courses, starting with an investigation of the nature of God and His relationship to the world, as revealed in the Bible. Then embracing what is known as the “open view of God,”  logical implications are considered in many areas including the nature of humanity, soteriology, ecclesiology, creation, eschatology, theodicy, and eternity.

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.

 

Pauline Epistles: Book of Romans

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A study of the book of Romans, including Paul’s teaching on sin, salvation, the nature of humanity, victory over sin, predestination, our relationship with the Jews, and practical Christian living.

More than any other book in the Bible, the book of Romans has been used by Church leaders to develop Christian doctrine. Therefore, an understanding of Paul’s teaching in this book is vital for anyone working in the modern Church.

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Instructor: Harold R. Eberle, 10 hours of lecture, short quiz following each lecture, plus final exam.