Vision

To produce biblically literate community

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Mission

To enable every literate Christian be a better interpreter of the word of God and therefore be empowered to act to impede the growth of false teaching in our communities

Purpose

To serve as a support outfit in advancing the knowledge of the word of God in this generation.

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Greek 101 (A)

Course Description:

This is an introductory course to New Testament Greek for beginners. It introduces the student to the morphology, syntax, and words that occur frequently in the Greek New Testament.

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Greek 101 (B)

Course Description

This is a continuation of an introductory course to New Testament Greek for beginners. It introduces the student to the morphology, syntax, and words that occur frequently in the Greek New Testament.

4.2

Hebrew 101 (A)

Course Description

This is an introductory course to biblical Hebrew for beginners. It introduces the student to the morphology, syntax, and words that occur frequently in the Hebrew Bible.

4.2

Greek 102 (A)

Course Description

: This is a continuation of an introductory course to New Testament Greek for beginners. It introduces the student to the morphology, syntax, and words that occur frequently in the Greek New Testament

4.2

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Core areas of teaching:

Ethics

This is a special course arranged and taught by Professor Williams Mbamalu