Available courses

A study of the literature, historical background, geography and significance of the books of the New Testament.


A Survey of the Old Testament books

This course is designed to instruct the student in the proper interpretation and presentation of Biblical material through preaching. Basic communication skills and good principles of hermeneutics of Scripture are addressed, and attention is given to the Biblical perspective of preaching, principles of sermon construction and sermon delivery.

Students will examine the culture and circumstances of these two heroic women

Students will identify the contributions to Jesus' life story offered by each Gospel and the theories behind their writings.

Students will learn the theological orientation of the fourth gospel and John's contribution to the gospel record

B109 New Testament Survey



The New Testament Survey takes the student through the entire New Testament, touching upon major issues in each book. After taking this course, the student should understand:

1) How the New Testament was formed in the early Christian centuries;

2) What each book contributes to the whole of Christendom;

3) Why the New Testament is arranged in the order it has; and

4) How the language and culture of ancient times are used for understanding its message. 

 

A historical, doctrinal, and exegetical study of the texts of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel noting the political, religious and social conditions of their times. 


3 credit hours

In the ancient world, covenant-making was common. The strength of covenants depends on those who make them. God’s covenants are powerful because He is eternal and almighty.

2 credit hours


Throughout history, Man has always erected altars and made offerings and scrifices unto God.


2 Credit Hours

A verse by verse study of Paul's epistle with emphasis on the relevance of the book to his time and ours. 


3 credit hours

Last of the great reformers, Nehemiah left a position as the cup-bearer to the world's leading ruler in order to go to the rubble of Jerusalem and raise up its ancient walls. 


B313

Students will be able understand the issues and consequential changes in the Christian Church since the Protestant Reformation 

This course explores the history of the Christian Church from its inception (Pentecost) through the Protestant Reformation. Because the church has never existed in a void, other historical aspects of life and governing bodies will also be examined, giving a holistic approach to grasping the past. Names and dates for key people and times will give the student a place to anchor his or her understanding in the past so that the student, in seeing where the church has been, can see why the church is currently where it is. The student will understand the mutual influence of Kingdoms and governing structures upon Christianity.

Prerequisite: L201 Basics of Biblical Greek I

Continuation of L201

Fundamentals of grammar, sentence and paragraph structure.

3 credit hours

This course introduces the basic grammar, syntax and vocabulary of biblical Greek, preparing the learner to translate, interpret and apply Scripture. Recognizing the importance of using the original language for the interpretation of the New Testament, you will acquire a thorough foundation in biblical Greek. You will learn the essentials of grammar and an adequate vocabulary by doing exercises, by reading 2 John, and by the use of appropriate language and computer tools. This class is the first of two semesters. In order to complete the basic instruction, you must take both semesters.

The student will learn the important principles of leadership.This course involves field experience involving hands-on ministry training. One of the most important things we do at World Harvest Bible College is learning the “how to” of Christian ministry.

 2 credit hours



The student will learn the important principles of leadership.This course involves field experience involving hands-on ministry training. One of the most important things we do at World Harvest Bible College is learning the “how to” of Christian ministry.

2 credit hours

The student will learn the important principles of leadership.This course involves field experience involving hands-on ministry training. One of the most important things we do at World Harvest Bible College is learning the “how to” of Christian ministry.


2 credit hours

The student will learn the important principles of leadership.This course involves field experience involving hands-on ministry training. One of the most important things we do at World Harvest Bible College is learning the “how to” of Christian ministry.

2 credit hours

The student will learn the important principles of leadership.This course involves field experience involving hands-on ministry training. One of the most important things we do at World Harvest Bible College is learning the “how to” of Christian ministry.

2 credit hours

This course is an introduction to systematic theology. Generally, systematic theology is a theology as expressed in the whole Bible concerning the great doctrines of the Christian Church and their development through history.


An in-depth study of the Doctrine of Christ, its biblical foundations, and its development in church history.

A study into the personality of God the Father.


2 credit hours

Dr. Lester Sumrall’s ministry began when he was healed of TB at the age of 17. This miracle was the first of hundreds which characterized his ministry. In this series, the Scriptural lessons in which God shows us how to be healed are studied.

3 credit hours

These are possibly the most timely and powerful lessons ever preached. These studies have to do with unnatural power and satanic dominion over intelligent beings, and God’s provision for deliverance.

3 credit hours

Learn how the gifts of the Spirit are our weapons for spiritual warfare. This course is a necessity in understanding God’s Spirit.

3 credit hours

These lessons are in-depth studies of the therapeutic and supernatural powers of prayer, and of the methods which have been proven to be effective for the believer and the disciple of Christ.

3 credit hours

Faith can be measured, weighed, and obtained. Find out how in these exciting studies. Dr. Lester Sumrall shares his own quest for faith and the biblical truths that changed his life.

3 credit hours

Man’s deepest need is to know himself. A most important fact is that he is a three-fold person. The purpose of this course is to teach the inner workings of the human personality and how God can make the three parts unite as one.

3 credit hours

Our world staggers from crisis to crisis. These crises become more critical each year.  Do they have a prophetic significance? This course examines the reality of Biblical prophecy today


2 credit hours

It is important for believers to be ready to give a clear defense of our faith.  Christians must know what they believe and why they believe it. The purpose of this course of study is to give the student the what and why of our faith.  Evidences of our faith will demonstrate that our faith is based on fact and not on supposition or fantasy.  This course will equip the student to witness for Christ with confidence. 


Textbook:  A Ready Defense - By Josh McDowell (Here's Life Publishers)

Audio Tapes: Objections Answered - By R. C. Sproul (Legionier Ministries)


This course is the foundation upon which all other graduate studies rest. It is the cornerstone of your education. In this class you will learn three basic skills:

(1) how to build a solid Christian library;

(2) how to study Bible books, chapters, verses, words and topics; and,

(3) how to write a graduate level term paper.


The field of theology is considered the top of the line when looking at academic sciences. There is no higher study than that which is found by studying the person, words, and works of the Almighty God. During this class the following major teachings will be contemplated: God, Bible, Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit, Man, Sin, Salvation, Church, Angels, and Prophecy.







Assignment Due May 3, 2016






Assignment Due: March 8, 2016







Assignment Due:  January 12, 2016

How do we decide one thing I moral, but another thing is immoral? On what basis do we conclude this is right, and that is wrong? The answer to both of these questions is the same: the law of God. Without the law of God, we are reduced to subjective feelings and whims. In this course, you will examine the significant role the law of God still plays in the Christian's life.


Instructor: Dr. Allan Springer


Textbooks:

Toward Old Testament Ethics by Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. (Zondervan Publishing House)

Audio Tapes:

God's Law and the Christian by R. C. Sproul (Ligonier Ministries)


There is no other institution among men except for the family, which is more essential than the church. Here the Creator of heaven and earth is worshipped. Here the inspired Word of God is taught. Here the answers to prayer are reported. Here, too, sadly, are manifestations of sin and Satan. In this course, you will examine three all-important areas of church life:  leadership, corrective discipline and mutual edification.


Instructor: Dr. Allan Springer


Textbooks:

Leadership Handbooks of Practical Theology: Volume Two—Outreach and Care edited by James D. Berkley (Baker)

Handbook of Church Discipline by Jay E. Adams (Zondervan Publishing House)


An examination of various approaches to studying the Bible and their applications to the anticipated results of those study methods

In our modern society, nothing is under so much attack by Satan as the home. 


3 credit hours

Learn the important principles of leadership.


2 credit hours

This course will reveal missions as a definite teaching of the Word of God.  the historic resume of the church's missionary activities from the Day of Pentecost down to the present time will be brought into focus. 


3 credit hours