Level One Courses

 

KLTI101: Biblical Interpretation  4/12/18 – 6/14/18

The focus of this course is to build a foundation of how to approach God’s Scriptures with proper literary interpretive tools as well as a humble and submitted heart. Emphasis will be on the practical methodologies of how to seek authorial intent within biblical Narrative and Poetry. 
 

KLTI102: Old Testament Survey 7/12/18 – 9/13/18

The focus of this course is to acquaint its students with the overall “big picture” story of the Old Testament. It will also reestablish interpretive methodologies while introducing key overarching themes within the TaNaKh (Old Testament). 
 

KLTI103: Biblical Theology 10/4/18 – 12/13/18 No Class 11/22

The goal of this course is to introduce more advanced interpretative methodologies and issues found within the process of Biblical Theology. Emphasis will be on the practical methodologies of how to seek authorial intent within biblical Discourse
 
KLTI104: New Testament Survey 1/10/19 – 3/14/19 
The focus of this course will be to acquaint its students with the continued “big picture” story of the Bible from the TaNaKh into the New Testament (aka Greek Bible). Emphasis will be on the ability for students to create there own Biblical Theologies on books of the NT.
 
KLTI105: Systematic Theology I 4/4/19 – 6/6/19

The goal of this course is to define and execute the roles and practices of theology. Emphasis will be on the ability for students to be able to glean theology from the Scriptures itself while also properly resourcing theological commentaries.

KLTI106: Systematic Theology 2 6/27/19 – 9/5/19 No Class 7/4/19

The goal of this course is to define and execute the roles and practices of theology. Emphasis will be on the ability for students to be able to glean theology from the Scriptures itself while also properly resourcing theological commentaries.

KLTI107: Fundamentals of Christian Leadership 9/19/19 – 11/21/19

This course explores the principles of Christian leadership that create the underpinnings of every successful local church. The student will examine principles of leadership from a biblical basis and will learn to apply those principles to their specific local church situations so that they become adept at exercising active leadership.
 

KLTI108: Homiletics 1/9/20 – 3/12/20

This course attempts to produce the best beginning preachers possible outside of a conventional classroom and within a short course period. The student will learn the fundamentals of the theology (purpose) of preaching as well as the practical aspects of expository preparation and preaching, storytelling, use of illustrations, and culturally sensitive preaching.