I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord. (Philippians 3:8)
Is your passion to know Christ and Him alone? Would you like to know more about your Christ and His Word but find it impossible to leave your current ministry or job?
Consider the Master of Arts in Bible, where courses can be taken completely online if desired. The curriculum includes a strong component of biblical and theological courses with opportunities to choose practical electives. No knowledge of Greek or Hebrew is required.
- To comprehend and articulate basic elements of biblical and systematic theology; to assess current trends in theology, biblical interpretation and culture; to compare those trends with biblical truth; and thus be able to correctly accept, reject or correct such trends
- To interpret God’s Word from a dispensational hermeneutic
- To articulate biblical and theological truth in a variety of settings both within and outside the local church
- To demonstrate faithfulness to the Holy Spirit’s work through God’s Word in his or her personal life and ministry
- A minimum of 34 semester hours of approved credit must be completed for the Master of Arts in English Bible.
- The Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from an approved institution must be held by the applicant.
- No more than 12 semester hours of graduate credit from another institution may be applied toward this degree.
- A grade point average of 3.0 or better must be earned.
- A maximum of two C grades will be credited toward graduation.
|GOT514 Biblical Theology of the Old Testament||3|
|GOT521 Old Testament Backgrounds||3|
|GOT525 Holy Land Tour||3|
|GOT528 Exposition of Pentateuch||3|
|GOT530 Exposition of the Major Prophets||3|
|GOT532 Exposition of Daniel||2|
|GOT535 Exposition of the Minor Prophets||3|
|GOT540 Exposition of Job||3|
|GOT541 Exposition of Psalms||3|
|GOT543 Exposition of Proverbs||2|
|GOT720 Messianic Prophecy||3|
|GNT515 Biblical Theology of the New Testament||3|
|GNT520 New Testament Backgrounds||3|
|GNT529 Exposition of the Gospels||3|
|GNT530 Exposition of Pastoral Epistles||3|
|GNT532 Exposition of First Corinthians||3|
|GNT534 Exposition of Hebrews||3|
|GNT540 Exposition of Acts||3|
|GNT556 Exposition of Revelation||3|
|GST520 Dispensationalism and Dispensational Hermeneutics||3|
|GST611 ST 1 - Bibliology, Theology Proper||2|
|GST612 ST 2 - Christology and Pneumatology||3|
|GST613 ST 3 - Anthropology, Hamartiology, and Soteriology||3|
|GST614 ST 4 - Eschatology, Angelology and Ecclesiology||3|
|GPA 524 Principles of Bible Study and Teaching||3|
|GHI515 American Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism||3|
|GHI548 History of Baptist Missions||3|
|GHI608 Baptist History||3|
|GHI628 History of Christianity||3|
Any seminary course qualifies as a general elective.
General Elective Hours:
|Total Hours Required:||34|