(3 units) Prof. Natalie Lamb This class will explore the spoken words of Jesus Christ while He was on earth. It will observe them in chronological order as well as examine the weight of what He emphasized. Focus will solely be on Christ and his perspective, not on how one fits into the scriptures which is the usual concern.
(3 units) Dr. Rosetta Holmes This course is an in-depth study in the understanding of the gifts and ministries of the Spirit and are they at work in the church today. It will explore the position within Christianity that the Charismatic Spiritual gifts did not ceased with the closing of the canon of scripture and/or the death of the last apostle.
(3 units) Prof. Clifford Gamble A short historical review from the Apostolic Age to Modern Era is investigated. Also, the History of Pentecostal Organization and the lives of Pentecostal stalwarts are examined.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Dean Mary Jordan & Guest Sisters Keepers. The Brief couse presents a relaxing time for today’s women of the bible to come together and have open discussions about the word of God, field questions, give testimonials, encourage one another, and provide comfort with the words of God. Join the conversation.
(3 units) Prof. Beatrice Guillory A survey of the Old Testament Laws surmising its purpose, and application of the moral, ceremonial and civil laws of the Israelites and the relationship to Christianity in today’s society.
(3 units) Prof. Natalie Lamb This class is designed to help the student have a deeper understanding of how they relate to God, self and others. Core beliefs are examined revealing the foundation of relational principles and character. The class explores eight (8) different masks that are used in relating to each other at the assets and deficiencies of each. These mask will be examined from a psychological (pertaining to self), sociological (pertaining to others) and spiritual (pertaining to God) lenses.
(3 units) Prof. Anthony Thomas An overview of the physical, psychological and spiritual development of men and women from birth through childhood, adolescence, young adulthood and maturity to the end of life. The focus of this course is upon the maturation processes, crises and vital choices inherent in each growth level with special emphasis on the effects of society and culture (majority/minority) upon
(3 units) Min. Eric Martin This course is to introduce the inductive Bible Study Method using three basic techniques: Observation, Interpretation and Application. Emphasis will be on rightly dividing the Word of God
(3 units) Prof. Gary Thomas This course examines the biblical periods of time or Dispensations and their associated Covenants and Judgements. It illustrates dispensational theology by tracing God’s kingdom through history culminating with the millennial reign of Christ.
(6 Week Certificated Course) WEEK 1 | The Lies We Believe (PSY 455) | Prof. Martin Jones WEEK 2 | History of the Pentecost (HIS 100C) | Prof. Clifford Gamble WEEK 3 | Uncovering the Tabernacle (BIB 102C) | Dr. Ruth Aaron Richardson WEEK 4 | New Testament Survey (BIB 102C | Prof. Tony Baskerville WEEK 5 | Revelation (BIB 403C) | Dr. Adrian Haymond WEEK 6 | Greek (301C) | Dr. Herbert Parker Get a taste of Aenon School of Theology. Each week you will be introduced to a different course that is offered at AST.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Min. Richard Butler This course provides an in-depth study into various avenues and alternatives where professional help can be found and the type of help needed. Specific study is given to spiritual, personal counseling and guidance in these challenging times.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Professor Yesheshanda Thomas A course for inquiring minds. This Couse is designed to promote and foster dialog germane to the new generation. Topics covered will explore today’s relevant issues such as relationships, seeking God’s direction, entertainment, and understanding ones personal walk with God
(3 units) Dr. Mary F. Jordan An in-depth study of the times, test, and trials of the most prolific writer of the New Testament, the Apostle Paul. His missionary journeys, conversion and writings will be explored in this character study.
(3 units) (Sermon Preparation) Dr. Herbert Parker A study is made of the art of sermon development. Attention is given to proper selection and treatment of texts, themes, and divisions of sermons. The student will also learn appropriate delivery of sermons.
(6 Week Certificated Course) Prof. Anthony Thomas
Min. Ibn Johnson
Bro. Bryan Coffey Man to man. This course is a call to all men, young and old, to engage in “real talk” regarding the daily battleground. Foundational Scripture: “So I say, walk by the spirit and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh, For the flesh desires what is contrary to the spirit and the spirit what is contrary to the flesh.” Gals 5:16-17 Join a panel of facilitators and encourage one another to stay the course.
(3 units) (Apostolicity) Prof. Beverly Howard This course gives special attention to the foundational tenets of the Apostolic Faith. It is an important course for those wishing to understand and articulate the beliefs and concerns of this particular church movement.
(Getting Near to GOD through Brokenness) Prof. Orlando Love This course teaches self-examination fundamentals to growth, development and maturity of the Christian life. It addresses communication and relationship with God and ones’ fellow man. The main focus will be directed to brokenness.
(3 units) Prof. Martin Jones, Jr., MSW, LCSW This course provides an in-depth study into various avenues and alternatives where professional help can be found and the type of help needed. Specific study is given to spiritual, personal counseling and guidance in these challenging times.