Hebrew Concepts of the New Testament:
Instructor: Dr. Wheeler
Presenting Hebrew thought compared to Greek as applicable to the New Testament, this foundational Hebraic/Christian course lays the groundwork for studies to follow. It is vital to the student of Scripture as he or she searches for understanding of Eastern thought in the biblical text.
Hebrew Language Study Skills I:
Instructor: Dr. Wheeler
This course is designed to introduce the student to the Hebrew language for the purpose of Bible study, the course also teaches the student the value of using the lexicon and other study resources as tools to reaching a full understanding of Scripture.
Dr. Wheeler, a graduate of Texas Tech University, holds a Ph.D. from California Graduate School of Theology and ThD from Florida Theological Seminary. He was inducted as a fellow in the Oxford Society of Scholars in April of 2009. He is the President of Mended Wings Ministries and currently serves as President for Jubilee College/Jubilee Christian College of Jewish Christian Studies at both Malvern and Pocahontas campuses.
History of the Church, Part 1:
Instructor: Dr. Moseley
This study traces the course of the early church, the doctrines, theology and theories that compile the history of the Christian faith. Early heresies and pagan theologies are identified as well as the impact those ideologies continue and to affects our faith today. This elementary course is vital to solid biblical faith and practice.
Dr. Moseley has studied in Israel, England and the U.S to develop a thorough knowledge of Christian and Middle Eastern history. He holds a PhD from Louisiana Baptist and DPhil and DLitt degrees from Oxford Graduate School. Dr. Moseley is founder and president of American Institute of Advanced Biblical Studies (AIHLS) and is an adjunct professor for Jubilee College.
Ethics and Today’s Society:
Instructor: Robin Montgomery
In this class, Dr. Montgomery presents a brief comparative overview of traditional Christian, modern, and postmodern systems of Ethics. The study wil focus on the characteristics of the current pluralist system, the basis for its origin, its traits, its logic and the ethical base concomitant to social ethics in this system. The intent of this course is to help students think ‘Christian’ in a pluralist culture. This process is vital to all believers in one true God and His overreaching power in our world.
Robin Montgomery received a PhD degree in political science and retired as a full professor from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Montgomery also taught at Oklahoma Baptist University and is an adjunct professor for Oxford Graduate School and has recently joined Jubilee College as an adjunct professor.
Introduction to Biblical Ethics:
Instructor: Dr. Berryhill
It is a word used on every tongue in our modern world. However, what does ethics actually mean and is the application of personal ethics really possible or necessary today? The question is argued in every arena, from corporate world to classroom, and from home front to battlefront. No idea is more important for believers today, yet few leaders can tell you what ethics is or how it relates to his or her life.
Dr. Berryhill is the founder/president emeritus of Jubilee Christian College/Jubilee Christian College of Jewish Christian Studies, Jubilee Schools, and Women Restored Ministries. She holds a DPhil and DLitt degree from Oxford Graduate School, Dayton, TN and has studied at Oxford University, England and Jerusalem University College, Jerusalem, Israel. Dr. Berryhill published the book Women Restored and several journal articles. She is a presenter at the International Civic Education Conference conducted by Indiana University and speaker at the 2006 and 2007 Jerusalem Conference. She is a member of the Society for Biblical Literature and is a adjunct faculty member for American Institute of Advanced Biblical Studies.