This introductory course is a brief history of the Adventist Church.  The missiological burden that propelled Adventism into every corner of the earth is discussed.  This is a general requirement course designed for all students except for the Theology and Religion majors who take RELH 227 History of the Adventist Church instead.

This course involves a consideration of the archaeological, cultural, geographical, and historical backgrounds of the Old and New Testaments.  It traces the major elements of biblical history including the patriarchal period, the conquest and settlement of Palestine, the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, the Babylonian exile, the post-exilic period, and the New Testament era.

This module is an introduction to the principles of New Testament interpretation followed by a study of Acts and the early Pauline Epistles. The course covers the book of Acts of the Apostles, the early epistles of Paul such as II Thessalonians and Galatians, I and II Corinthians, and Romans.

This module provides for the study of later Pauline Epistles  like  Pastoral Epistles ( I and II Timothy and Titus) Prison Epistles (Ephesians, Colossians, Philippians and Philemon) followed by an introduction to Hebrews and General Epistles ( I and II Peter, James, I, II and III John and Jude . Research paper may be required for this course

This course introduces the student to the theological and practical elements of church worship and church music and assists the student to develop the skills and insights necessary to conduct and lead effective worship and music services in the local churches. The course also prepares students to be able to design and implement participatory Sabbath worship services, prayer meetings and other services.” (UEAB 2012-2016, page 206)