T hese courses allow you to take courses that will meet your biblical educational goals. Our distinguished faculty will serve as your mentors as you go about your study in each course. Develop your knowledge of the Bible and grow in your faith at Guarded Heart Bible College.

T he courses are structured in a simple format to provide students basic understanding of the main principles allowing the students to move through their degree courses, and in turn their programs at a faster pace. All courses are three(3) credit hours and are offered on a trimester term.

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Fall 2021 Course Descriptions

Class Begins August 17th, 2021

APO 299 Introduction to Christian Apologetics

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This course will approach the nature and goals of apologetics, different approaches to apologetics, objections to the idea or practice of apologetics, and how apologetics should be done.

Tuesday
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Thinking About Christian Apologetics by James K. Beilby
OTS 325 Book of Isaiah

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In this course the suffering and glory of the Messiah will be discussed, a detailed paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of the prophecy itself and a discussion of Isaiah’s Christological and eschatological emphases.

Tuesday
8:10 p.m. – 9:40 p.m.
Interpreting Isaiah by Herbert M. Wolf
BS 395 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

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The course “Introduction to Biblical Hebrew” is an introductory course that serves to initiate the student to the study of the basics of Hebrew writing and inaugurates the study of the Hebrew noun system.  It emphasizes vocabulary acquisition, and development of various grammatical skills.

Thursday
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar & Workbook 3rd Ed. by Gary D. Pratico & Miles V. Van Pelt
BS 310 Old Testament Survey 1 (CORE)

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This course provides an indispensable guide for students by exploring the literary, historical, and theological issues pertinent to each Old Testament book and the Old Testament as a whole.  The part 1 of this study will cover how to approach the Old Testament, its’ geography, the Pentateuch, and the first three books of the historical books of the Old Testament.

Thursday
8:10 p.m. – 9:40 p.m.
A Survey of the Old Testament (3rd edition) by Andrew E. Hill & John H. Walton