Skip available courses

Available courses

Information for GSBC Faculty

A fundamental survey of the entire New Testament. Each book is examined and outlined, and its purposes and characteristics are presented.
A detailed study of how to effectively carry out the Great Commission. Proven methods of confrontational, door-to-door soul winning, along with practical instruction in evangelizing in any situation.
A study of the book of Acts with special emphasis on the New Testament local church and its polity, philosophy, purpose, and growth.
The life of Christ is studied. The life of Christ is paramount if one is to know the Author of our faith. This course will begin with the pre-existence of Christ and continue with the birth, ministry, trial, crucifixion, burial, resurrection, and ascension of our Lord.
The purpose of this study is to instruct our students in the subjects of theology, Bibliology, Christology, pneumatology, anthropology, hamartiology, soteriology, ecclesiology, angelology, and eschatology.
The purpose of this study is to instruct our students in the subjects of theology, Bibliology, Christology, pneumatology, anthropology, hamartiology, soteriology, ecclesiology, angelology, and eschatology. Three hours each semester.
A practical study of the instruction, admonition, and direction given to pastors in I and II Timothy and Titus.
A detailed study of the origin of the local church and its history and primary functions according to the New Testament.
The importance of a faithful, dedicated prayer life is carefully studied. A comprehensive look at what the Scriptures tell us about prevailing prayer and getting things from God will be the focus of this class.
A careful examination of the exemplar y life of Daniel, his experiences and the
prophetic visions contained in this book.
An overview of the Book of Revelation, including the letters to the seven churches
and the prophecies concerning the end times.
The significance of our historic Baptist faith is examined in this study of the history of the church from the time of Christ to the present. Two hours each semester.
America, America, God shed His grace on thee. Revisionary history writers and educators are seeking to abolish the Biblical heritage of America. Thus, this class will retrace the godly roots and foundation of Americas history.
This course attends to the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual issues affecting all Christian women and teaches the practical, Biblical methods of dealing with them.
This course examines the proper principles and guidelines involved in successful
pastoral counseling. The pastor must develop wisdom and discernment in dealing
with his people concerning problems and decisions in their lives. This course
examines that responsibility and how to prepare for it properly.
A survey of the history of man through ancient, medieval, and modern times. The various cultural developments of principal countries, along with their contributions to civilization, will be emphasized.
A detailed study of the establishment of the United States from its beginnings up to present-day affairs. Emphasis is placed on the people, events, political influences, and philosophies that helped shape our country into a great republic.