This course examines the historical and philosophical foundation of the U.S. governmental system. The course emphasizes the U.S. Constitution, exploring its meaning and application with an emphasis on civil liberties and civil rights. It also studies the three branches of government, the Electoral College, political parties, presidential and congressional elections, and the role of the media in American politics.
This course examines the message and methods by which a person is led to Jesus Christ. It also examines what a disciple is and how a disciple is made. The course presents the motivation and command for making disciples, defines the gospel message, and emphasizes the necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelism and discipleship. (Required for Graduation)