The official definition of financial management is the strategic planning and managing of an individual or organization’s finances to better align their financial status to their goals and objectives.
The course will examine the doctrine of last things or as it is called, eschatology; address questions about the destiny of humankind and the fate of the universe; examine hope against uncertainty; and help students to realize all barriers to God’s plan of Salvation are overcome by eschatology.
This course will explore how to perceive and apply information. It will evaluate a person’s action and decisions; identify moral principles that govern individual or group behaviors; examine principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good behavior; and review guidelines, rules, or limits that a person creates to identify for him or herself
The goal for the students in this course is to be able to list in order the books that comprise the Old Testament; identify which books comprise the Books of the Law, History, Poetry, and Prophecy; describe the general themes of the Old Testament books; identify prominent individuals and events in the history of ancient Israel; discuss the work of the Holy Ghost in the Old Testament; and identify the trinity in the Old Testament.
The objective of this course is to encourage the students to read the New Testament in its entirety; memorize the books of the New Testament; be able to spell the names of the books correctly; learn the introductory information for each book; and to properly interpret the different types of literature found though out the New Testament.