Institute of Leadership and Ministry, Inc. | Evaluated Learning Experience
BIB-070 Importance of Revelations 20 centuries later / Pertinencia del libro de Apocalipsis, 20 siglos después
50 hours (5 weeks).
September 2021 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: Understand Pentecostal distinctive on the book of Revelation; Do a meticulous reading of the book of Revelation to identify the structure, themes, and theology of the book of Revelation; Develop a lifestyle to show the dimension of the presence of the Spirit in every life project; Assure resources, academics who offer them the opportunity to understand the message to your audience and meaning for the church today; Identify needs spiritual community of faith and the non-believing community in their daily struggles for find meaning in the present and expected future; Develop the ability to understand the roman-greek culture in the 1st century and its translation to the 21st-century western culture; Rebuild the vision of content of the book Apocalypse in the light of the new reading its content.
Instruction is offered completely online or in synchronous format through the use of study guides, required and supplemental readings, quizzes, homework, lab-required interaction with the instructor, and/or final exams. The course assesses students’ end-of-course knowledge and skills in an online format. Major topics taught in this course include focusing on guiding students to do an exhaustive and careful reading of the book of Revelation. The intention is that by reading, students will identify the purpose, structure, main themes, and theology of the book of Revelation. The course will study and analyze the following topics: (1) worship, (2) hope, and (3) the theological tones of the book's content and its relevance to the life of the church in times of prosperity and crisis. The objective of the course is to recover the importance of the book of Revelation for the worship, hope, life, and evangelization ministry of the church.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Bible Studies, or Ministry (9/21).