301. DOCTRINE OF GOD AND THE BIBLE. (2) The doctrine of the Bible, revelation and inspiration, canonicity and authority; the illuminating work of the Holy Spirit. The doctrine of God, his existence, unity, trinitarian distinctions, attributes, decrees, and works. 302. DOCTRINE OF CHRIST AND THE HOLY SPIRIT. (2) · The person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ and of the Holy Spirit, with special attention given to doctrinal departures in these areas. 401. DOCTRINE OF MAN AND ANGELS. (2) The nature and destiny of ange ls, of Satan, and of demons. The crea­ tion, nature, and fall of man, including the doctrine of sin. 402 . DOCTRINE OF SALVATION. (2) The Person of the Saviour; His finish ed work in death and resurrection. Redemption, justification , sanctification, security, faith, grace, election and other great themes related to salvation. Glorification, and final triumph. 404. DOCTRINE OF FUTURE THINGS. (2) The major highways of prophecy, especially God's prophetic program for the Church. The second coming of Christ, with careful attention given to the premi ll e nnial and pretribulational viewpoints and alter­ nate positions. The resurrections, judgments, and places of eternal destiny. The Tribulati on, the Kingdom , and the Eternal State.


Objectives. The objectives of these courses are threefold: (1) to meet the need for better trained missionaries; (2) to broaden the student's cultural understanding of the peoples of the world; (3) to emphasize the practical probl ems of missionary work. Department Minor. The Missions minor consists of 18 hours of upper division work. Course selections will be made unde r th e guidance of the department, conside ring the possible mission fi e ld of service and the mission board under which the student is like ly to work. 302. SURVEY OF MISSIONS. (2) A study of mission fields and m1ss10n societies of our present day, showing opportunities for missionary service. 303-304. MISSIONARY ORIENTATION. (3-3) A study of the achial methods and problems of missionary work, with emphasis on th e indigenous church and th e missionary's relationship to his fellow-workers, his mission board , gove rnme nts , and his sup­ porters at home .


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