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Courses in Biblical and Theological Studies

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This is a Tuition free Bible College. All the class material is available by online studies, CD-ROM studies, and correspondence. All the requirements for the classes are in the class syllabus or the first page of the class. In order to receive credit and your degree, one must register for the classes, complete course work and forward to Mentor.

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Bachelor of Biblical Studies Curriculum

BITH Old Testament Survey An overview of the Old Testament, tracing its teaching with respect to historical background and literary character.4 Units

BITH New Testament Survey An overview of the New Testament, tracing its teaching with respect to historical background and literary character. 4 Units

TH
Systematic Theology I. A  critical investigation into the content and contemporary significance of the Christian faith, emphasizing biblical foundations, philosophic presuppositions and comprehensiveness. 3 Units

HISGEO Studies in Biblical Lands  An investigation into  biblical Geography in their historical, cultural, archaeological, and geographical setting with major emphasis in Israel.3 Units  Pilgrimage to the Holy Land for further studies 3 Units

BITH Studies in Paul's Book to the Romans A chapter-by-chapter analysis of Paulís argument in the book of Romans with special emphasis on Paulís view of humanity, salvation, Christ, and the Holy Spirit.3 Units

BITH The Synoptic Gospels- A comparative study of the Synoptic Gospels. The question of the relationship & sources of the gospels of Matthew, Mark & Luke. 3 Units

BITH Studies in the Gospel of St. John. A comprehensive study of Johnís gospel. Its insights into personal spirituality, will be emphasized in the context of  critical Johannine scholarship.        3 Units

BILAN Introduction to Hebrew.
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew covers some essential elements of the grammar of Biblical Hebrew and introduces some basic vocabulary. It introduces students to aspects of translation of Biblical Hebrew as well as the main lexical aids. On completion of the subject students should be able to translate basic nominal and verbal sentences.3 Units

BITH The Psalms-Songs of Israel and the Church A study of the spiritual and literary legacy of the book of Psalms. The collection will be analyzed according to literary types, and the individual psalms studied according to their type and content. The use of Psalms in the history of the Church as a vehicle of worship will be a daily devotional focus to begin each class 3 Units

BITH Old Testament Apocalyptic Literature A survey of the development of apocalyptic literature in the OT (Isaiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, Joel, Zechariah) and the intertestamental period         (2 Esdras and Enoch). This survey includes an introduction to the character of apocalyptic, foundational principles for the interpretation of apocalyptic, and an evaluation of apocalyptic as a communicative and revelatory vehicle. 3 Units

HIST-Intertestamental Literature A survey of intertestamental history from 600 to 5 B.C. with special attention given to the literature of the period as a theological bridge between the Old and New Covenants. Areas of study include OT Apocrypha and selections from the OT Pseudepigrapha, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and rabbinic Judaism. 3 Units

BITH Old Testament Wisdom Literature.A selection from the Old Testament wisdom books, Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Songs of Solomon, and Lamentations, The apocryphal books of Jesus ben Sirach and the Wisdom of Solomon may also be read and studied in relation to canonical wisdom. 3 Units

BITH Life of Christ A thorough study of Jesusí life and teaching. Primary attention will be given to reconstructing the first-century with historical, Archeological, and cultural setting of Judaism that shaped Jesusí message.3 Units

BITH Paul of Tarsus A study of the life and thought of Paul as found in the book of Acts and in Paulís New Testament letters. The course will synthesize the major categories of Pauline thought and emphasize their value for faith today. 3 Units The footsteps of Paul Tour is available  3 Units

TH Institutes of the Christian Religion Reading and analysis of the Institutes of the Christian Religion, emphasizing Calvin's method, material arrangement, and biblical theological content. Elective 3 Units

BITH Studies in Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians A section-by-section survey of             1 Corinthians dealing with the issues of the nature of the Church, Christian behavior and social responsibility, sexuality, marriage and divorce, Christian worship, the spiritual gifts, and the resurrection. 3 Units

BITH Acts of the Apostles
A study of the Book of Acts focused on the birth and development of the apostolic church, its dissociation from Judaism, and the progress of the missionary enterprise. 3 Units Footsteps of Paul Tour 3 Units

BITH Women of the Bible Women in the Bible  An overview of the Bible  passages that deal with womenís role in the family and in church, and an understanding of the situation of Christian women Elective 3 Units

BITH Prison Epistles Analysis of Ephesians, Colossians, Philippians, and Philemon, all written while the author was in chains. Attention will focus on the light these letters throw on Paulís life and thought, as well as on the abiding challenge of their message. 3 Units Footsteps of Paul Tour 3 Units

HIST Anthology of Christianity Anthology of Christianity examines the key figures, events and ideas from the Apostolic age to the Reformation in Christian history and places them in context. 3 Units

HIST History of Theological Christian Thought. Historical survey of people and movements which have shaped the faith of the Christian church from post-biblical times to today's modern thought 3 Units

BITH Pneumatology An investigation of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, with reference to the biblical foundations and significant historical and contemporary developments. Trinitarian  issues will be discussed, as well as an emphasis on the Spiritís cosmic work. Additionally, this course aims to encourage a deeper understanding of the Spiritís role in our lives.3 Units

BITH Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics. A survey of hermeneutical theory discussing  how author, text, and reader work together as meaning emerges from a text. These insights will then be applied to the Bible, giving the student an interpretive strategy for exegete biblical texts and bringing their meaning into the modern world. 3 Units

BITH Studies in Paul's Book to the Ephesians-One of the greatest letters of the New Testament.  A section-by-section survey of the book of Ephesians. Elective 3 Units

BITH Systematic Theology II A continuation of a critical investigation into the content and contemporary significance of the Christian faith, emphasizing biblical foundations, philosophic presuppositions and comprehensiveness. 3 Units

HIST Blood of Christian Martyrs  the seed of Christianity-
Is the blood of Christian Martyrs the seed of Christianity? A riveting question that this class will try to answer.Elective 3 Units.

BITH The Exodus. The exodus event is as central to OT theology as the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to NT theology. The historical and theological implications of this book will be examined, with special emphasis given to the covenant between God and Israel. Elective 3 Units Holy Land  Pilgrimages 3 Units

BITH   The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia and their place in the plan of the Apocalypse with special attention to the historical background, literary analysis, theological emphases, and traditional interpretations . Elective 3 Units

HIST Reformation and Modern Church History-The study of Christianity from the Reformation to the present, with source material readings. Also the development of Christian thought and apply church history to contemporary ideas and issues. The course also includes a brief overview of historic revivals and world missions.  3 Units

BILAN Introduction to NT Greek Introduction to New Testament Greek covers some essential elements of the grammar of Greek and introduces some basic vocabulary. It introduces students to aspects of translation of New Testament Greek  as well as the main lexical aids. On completion of the subject students should be able to translate basic nominal and verbal sentences. 3 Units
                                                                                                                                                 TH  Systematic Theology III A continuation of a critical investigation into the content and contemporary significance of the Christian faith, emphasizing biblical foundations, philosophic presuppositions and comprehensiveness. 3 Units

BITH Catholic Epistles. An introductory historical and exegetical study working toward practical applications in selected passages from the General Epistles.3 Units

BITH Parables of Jesus An examination of the parabolic teaching of Jesus then (in its first century Palestinian cultural setting) and now (its message to twenty-first-century Christians and society). Emphasis on the history of interpretation, especially contemporary literary-aesthetic approaches. Elective 3 Units

BITH Old Testament Exegesis  A practical study of the procedures for doing sound exegesis in the various portions of the Old Testament.  The method will include the study of words, poetics, textual criticism, syntax, biblical theology, and practical exegetical exposition in the different genres of the Hebrew Bible. 3 Units 

BILAN Introduction to Greek Grammar Introduction to Greek Grammar covers some essential elements of the grammar of Greek and introduces some basic Syntax, Mood and Tense. For learners with beginning Ancient Greek experience, this Class  provides excellent discussion and examples of Greek Syntax Elective.3 Units

BITH New Testament Apocalyptic Literature A survey of the development of apocalyptic literature in the New Testament. This survey includes an introduction to the character of apocalyptic, foundational principles for the interpretation of apocalyptic, and an evaluation of apocalyptic as a communicative and revelatory vehicle.3 Units

BITH Pastoral Epistles Careful investigation of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus. Detailed textual analysis will lead to better understanding of the joys and struggles of Christian leadership under Paulís direction. Social roles and cultural issues affecting the Church will receive special attention. 3 Units Footsteps of Paul Tour 3 Units.
                                                                                                                                            BILANThe Greek Text of Romans: Text Critical Study . Using the textbook and the textual notes in the lectures, construct an exegesis (of 10 pages) on a segment of Romans of your choosing. 3 Units

BITH Christology Study of the person and work of Christ with reference to the biblical foundations and significant historical and contemporary developments. Trinitarian  issues will be discussed. Additionally, this course aims to encourage a deeper understanding of Christ's working in our daily lives 3 Units

PHILChristian Ethics An examination of the history, methodology, and content of Christian ethics with application to specific contemporary issues.. 3 Units

HIST Jerusalem the Holy City Following a chronological order, this course explores the origins, character and ongoing shifts in symbolic meaning of one of the most ancient and continuously settled cities on earth, Jerusalem. Students will acquire basic knowledge of the major periods in this long history as well as of the communities and traditions that have called it their home. Elective 3 Units

Choose your method of learning: Choose which method you want to study from: CD-ROM, Via Postal Mail, Online course work/Email, (we can send the entire undergraduate lectures, textbooks, tests, quizzes, reference links etc.. by email).

Choose your emphasis: Choose the emphasis you wish to study in Theology, Pastoral Care/Counseling, Youth/Children's Pastor,  Missions/Church Planting,  Christian Church History

 

Field Study and Free Electives


Field Study and Free Electives                                                                          18

                                                                                                            Total   123

Oval: Prac-447. Senior Seminar 1 Units

Prac- 448. Directed Study 1 Units
Prac-449 Internship. Graded pass/fail.1 Units
 
Text Box: Trinity College of Biblical Studies-Undergraduate Studies is a interdenominational Tuition free online Bible College with Holy Land Pilgrimages and  Archaeological field trips. Students upon completion of the undergraduate studies will graduate with Bachelor of  Biblical Studies and receive Ordination.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

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