Bryan College Dual-Enrollment Classes

Get a Head Start on College!

A variety of classes are offered at our Westminster Presbyterian Church location in Kingsport, Tennessee, by Geneva Institute and Bryan College, which will give homeschool high school students a head start on their college degree. The classes below are dual-enrollment for college credit for juniors, seniors, and high school graduates. Bryan College is a SACS accredited school.

For more information about the Geneva Institute curriculum or registering for classes contact Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org.

2019 Fall Semester

Fall semester runs from August 20, 2019 to December 16, 2019.

Enrollment is open for the Fall Semester 2019.

LA 101—Great Books of the Ancient World

Teacher: Steven Warhurst
Schedule: Wednesdays 8:30am – 11:20am Begins August 21st
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Dean Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

This course will examine some of the influential works from ancient world, particularly from Greece and Israel (c. 8th century BC to 100 BC). Students will be encouraged to critically examine these works from a biblical perspective, discussing, debating, and evaluating the validity of the authors’ ideas and ethics.

BIB 222 Old Testament Literature and Interpretation

Teacher: Dean Walker
Schedule: Tuesday 8:30 am to 11:20 am Begins August 20th
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Dean Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

This course provides an analysis of the Old Testament as the foundation of the whole Bible. It focuses on the theological, literary, and historical dimensions of the Old Testament text and story; draws theological connections to Jesus and the New Testament; and makes application to modern Christianity, both corporate (church) and personal (spiritual growth).

2020 Spring Semester

LA 102—Great Books of Christendom

Teacher: Steven Warhurst
Schedule: Wednesdays 8:30am – 11:20am Begins January 15th
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Dean Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

This course will examine of the influential works of Rome, early and medieval Christendom, and Islam (c. 1st century AD to early 14th century). Students will be encouraged to critically examine these works from a biblical perspective, discussing, debating, and evaluating the validity of the authors’ ideas and ethics.

BIB 224 New Testament Literature and Interpretation

Teacher: Dean Walker
Schedule: Tuesday 8:30 am to 11:20 am Begins January 14th
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Dean Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

This course provides an analysis of the New Testament as the culmination of the whole Bible. It focuses on the theological, literary, and historical dimensions of the New Testament text; draws theological connections to major figures of the Old Testament and its biblical theological emphases; and it makes application to modern Christianity, both corporate (church) and personal (spiritual growth).

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*Bryan College and the Geneva Institute are not ministries under the oversight of the Elders of Westminster Presbyterian Church. They simply use the church facilities for meetings. All attendees agree to forever hold harmless Westminster Presbyterian Church officers, members, and trustees from any and all liability, loss, claims of injury or actions out of Bryan College and the Geneva Institute.