GMI YEAR ONE COURSES
BIBL0901 INTRODUCTION TO BIBLIOLOGY
Exploring the overarching theme of the Bible as well as canonicity and inerrancy.
BIBL0902 BIBLE STUDY METHODS
Introduction of how to study the Bible. Learn how to use observation of grammar and details of the text to gain an accurate interpretation and then make application to real life.
An in-depth look at what the Scriptures teach about eternal salvation. Explore God’s purpose of calling, election and predestination, including the nature and extent of the atonement and how this pertains to evangelism and the gospel.
The three persons of the Godhead, the function of each and the character attributes of God.
The person and work of Christ.
THEO0906 OVERVIEW OF GRACE
What is Grace? How is God’s grace expressed and what are the ramifications of rejecting the grace of God?
THEO0907 ANGELOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND HAMARTIOLOGY
The study of angels, the nature of man, and the issue of sin.
What is discipleship and who is a disciple! Look at the characteristics of a committed disciple and learn to distinguish between the three types of disciples: the curious, the convinced and the committed.
HUM0909 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND BIBLICAL ETHICS
A look at contemporary issues in Christianity, such as same sex marriage, gender identity, women in leadership and more.
HUM0910 CHRISTIAN LIVING & LEADERSHIP
Covering topics such as giving, spiritual gifts, good works. How do they fit in? Integrity and love the marks of a Christian. Learn how one can lead like Jesus: being a humble servant, obedient to God’s Word, being faithful, preaching the truth and loving and caring for others.
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HIST0951 OVERVIEW OF CHURCH HISTORY
An outline of church history, from the inception of the church to present, including the major milestones in church history.
RELI0952 COMPARATIVE WORLD RELIGIONS
An in-depth look at major world religions and practices. The search for God and spirituality in a fallen world.
THEO0953 GOD’s OUTLINE OF HISTORY
God’s outline of history. How does each phase fit into His overarching plan?
A study of end times including the Second Coming of Jesus, the resurrection of the dead, the rapture, the tribulation, millennialism, the end of the world, the Last Judgment, the New Heaven, New Earth and the world to come.
The mission of God and the biblical basis and purpose for missions. Considering cross-cultural missions, the church and missions as well as political, religious, and philosophical obstacles to missions.
A look at the Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Davidic Covenants, and the New Covenant. What do they mean for our world today?
BIBL0957 – BIBLICAL LITERATURE: SYNOPTIC GOSPELS
The course will examine the books of Matthew, Mark and Luke, their authorship, date and composition as well as their major teachings. The Synoptic problems and solutions will be discussed.
BIBL0958 BIBLICAL LITERATURE: PAULINE EPISTLES
An examination of the life and activities of the great Apostle Paul and his writings [Epistles]. Emphasis on the major themes of some of his epistles such as: Romans, Corinthians, Galatians and Ephesians.
BIBL0959 – BIBLICAL LITERATURE: THE GOSPEL OF JOHN
The date, authorship and place of writing of the Gospel of John. Major themes including: The stated purpose for writing the Gospel, Christology which will include the Deity of Christ, the Miracles and the seven “I Am” statements of Christ.
A study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit.