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BIBL 402—God and the Believer: Biblical Answers to Vital Questions II
Continuation of BIBL 401. Students study the character of God and seek answers to important questions of concern to the modern believer. Emphasis on the Book of Proverbs. Prerequisite: BIBL 401.
(3 semester hours)

BLP 100/101—Introduction to Basic Life Principles
A foundational course examining universal, non-optional principles of life found in the Bible. Students investigate the Scriptural basis for each principle and complete projects designed to assist in applying the principles to life situations. Assignments for BLP 100 and 101 include the IBLP Basic Life Principles Seminar. BLP 101 also includes the Follow-Up Course. Students who complete BLP 100 or 101 are considered alumni of the Basic Seminar. BLP 100 fulfills the prerequisites for any courses requiring BLP 101.
(3 or 5 semester hours)


Students seeking a degree or certificate from The Telos Institute International may take BLP 100 in place of BLP 101. If a student takes BLP 100, he or she must also complete the Follow-Up Course in a small group setting and submit documentation of completion to Telos.

 

BLP 102—Developing a Biblical Life Purpose
Expands on the principles studied in BLP 101, allowing students to develop a Biblical approach to life in the areas of spiritual gifts, financial freedom, evaluation of contemporary culture, courtship, marriage, child training, and spiritual warfare. Course assignments include the IBLP Advanced Seminar. Students successfully completing BLP 102 are considered alumni of the Advanced Seminar. Prerequisite: completion of or concurrent enrollment in BLP 101.
(4 semester hours)

BSH 101—Biblical Ethics in Science and Health Care I
A study of the foundational Biblical principles that direct wise decision-making in the area of medical ethics. Students identify ethical perspectives held by the world today, study a Biblically based ethical model, and conduct research, writing in-depth analyses on relevant health care issues from a Biblical perspective. This course is available to Clinical Year Home Health Care students or by permission of the instructor.
(3 semester hours)

BSH 102—Biblical Ethics in Science and Health Care II
Builds on the BSH 101 studies of foundational Biblical principles that direct wise decisionmaking in medical ethics. Students critically examine Christian ethical viewpoints, develop a Biblically based ethical model, and apply Biblical principles to the writing of in-depth
analyses of challenging and controversial bioethical issues. This course is available to Clinical Year Home Health Care students or by permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: BSH 101.
(3 semester hours)

 

Prerequisites for all clinical year Home Health Care courses are successful completion of the foundational year and acceptance into the clinical year of the program or by special permission of the instructor.