Courses

At B. H. Carroll, our courses are grouped into learning clusters. You can browse the the full catalog by entering your search criteria below:


31 Results
Code
Course
Credits
FHBTH 5111

Christian Theology I

(FHBTH 5111)
The nature, sources, and scope of systematic theology; the doctrines of revelation and the Bible, God, creation and providence, man and sin.
2
FHBTH 5112

Christian Theology II

(FHBTH 5112)
The nature, sources, and scope of systematic theology; the person of Jesus Christ, the work of Christ, and the Holy Spirit.
2.0
FHBTH 5113

Christian Theology III

(FHBTH 5113)
The nature, sources, and scope of systematic theology; the Christian life, the church, and the consummation.
2.0
FHCHS 5111

Christian Heritage I

(FHCHS 5111)
A general survey of the history of Christianity; the New Testament period.
2
FHCHS 5112

Christian Heritage II

(FHCHS 5112)
A general survey of the history of Christianity; the Reformation.
2.0
FHCHS 5113

Christian Heritage III

(FHCHS 5113)
A general survey of the history of Christianity; the early modern era to the present.
2.0
FHCHS 5211

Baptist Heritage

(FHCHS 5211)
A basic survey of Baptist history and denominational life in Britain , Europe, and North America with attention focused on the developments relevant for Southern Baptists.
2
FHPHI 5111

Philosophy of Religion

(FHPHI 5111)
An introductory study of contemporary worldviews and philosophical issues relevant to Christian ministry (e.g. religious pluralism, the problem of evil, the relationship between faith and reason).
2
FHETH 5111

Christian Ethics

(FHETH 5111)
This course explores the biblical, historical, and theological foundations of Christian ethics. It also equips the student to apply these foundational elements in decision making on current issues such as substance abuse, family, race, biomedical ethics, economics, and politics.
2
FHPHI 5211

Apologetics

(FHPHI 5211)
A study of various approaches to a defense of Christianity. Emphasis will be placed upon developing an apologetic method appropriate to the cultural context in which the student ministers.
2
FHPHI 5211

Religious Landscape

(FHPHI 5211)
A survey of major religious groups, including their heritage beliefs, and practices. Attention will be given to major Protestant denominations, Roman and Orthodox Catholicism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, East Asian religions, other religious sects and non-Christian cults. This course will focus on how to relate to other religious groups and how to minister in a diverse setting to persons from these religious backgrounds.
2
FHCHS 5140

The Reformation

(FHCHS 5140)
A study of the Protestant Reformation from 1517 to 1648, including the lives, writings, theology and influence of the major Reformers: Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, key Anabaptists, and leading English Reformers.
2
FHCHS 5142

John Calvin and Calvinism

(FHCHS 5142)
A study of the life, writings, theology, and influence of John Calvin and other key leaders of the Reformed tradition.
2
FHETH 5112

Christian Decision Making

(FHETH 5112)
This course guides Christians in the study of the biblical materials relating to how Christians decide about issues of everyday living. Ethical analysis and decision-making will be examined within the context of a Christian worldview. Several decision-making models will be reviewed as well as the use of the Bible in decision making. Application will be made to several contemporary ethical issues, such as: forgiveness, bioethics, gender, race, and sexuality and marriage.
2
FHCHS 2111

Christian Heritage I

(FHCHS 2111)
A general survey of the history of Christianity; the New Testament period.
2.0
FHCHS 2112

Christian Heritage II

(FHCHS 2112)
A general survey of the history of Christianity; the Reformation.
2.0
FHCHS 2113

Christian Heritage III

(FHCHS 2113)
A general survey of the history of Christianity; the early modern era to the present.
2.0
FHCHS 2211

Baptist Heritage

(FHCHS 2211)
A basic survey of Baptist history and denominational life in Britain , Europe, and North America with attention focused on the developments relevant for Southern Baptists.
2.0
FHBTH 2111

Christian Theology I

(FHBTH 2111)
The nature, sources, and scope of systematic theology; the doctrines of revelation and the Bible, God, creation and providence, man and sin.
2.0
FHBTH 2112

Christian Theology II

(FHBTH 2112)
The nature, sources, and scope of systematic theology; the person of Jesus Christ, the work of Christ, and the Holy Spirit.
2.0
FHBTH 2113

Christian Theology III

(FHBTH 2113)
The nature, sources, and scope of systematic theology; the Christian life, the church, and the consummation.
2.0
FHETH 2111

Christian Ethics

(FHETH 2111)
This course explores the biblical, historical, and theological foundations of Christian ethics. It also equips the student to apply these foundational elements in decision making on current issues such as substance abuse, family, race, biomedical ethics, economics, and politics.
2.0
FHPHI 2111

Philosophy of Religion

(FHPHI 2111)
An introductory study of contemporary worldviews and philosophical issues relevant to Christian ministry (e.g. religious pluralism, the problem of evil, the relationship between faith and reason).
2.0
FHPHI 2211

Apologetics

(FHPHI 2211)
A study of various approaches to a defense of Christianity. Emphasis will be placed upon developing an apologetic method appropriate to the cultural context in which the student ministers.
2.0
FHCHS 2110

Christian History

(FHCHS 2110)
A general introduction to the history of Christianity from the background and founding of the church to the post-modern era.
0.0
FHBTH 2110

Christian Theology

(FHBTH 2110)
A general introduction to the basic doctrines of the Christian faith.
2.0
FHETH 2110

Christian Decision-making

(FHETH 2110)
A study of the biblical, historical and theological foundations, principles and application of Christian ethics.
2.0
FHCHS 2210

Baptist Distinctives

(FHCHS 2210)
An overview of Baptists’ doctrine, principles, and practices that identify them with mainstream Christianity and also make them unique.
2.0
FHPHI 2210

Biblical Apologetics

(FHPHI 2210)
An introductory study of various approaches to defending the Christian faith.
2.0
FHPHI 2110

Worldviews/Religions/Cults

(FHPHI 2110)
An introductory study of contemporary worldviews, major world religions, religious cults, and philosophical issues relevant to Christian ministry.
2.0
FHPHI 2310

Religious Landscape

(FHPHI 2310)
A comparative overview of the beliefs and practices of Christian denominations and of major cultic movements.
2.0