An individualized study is expected to reflect quality research. This research might consist of an exegetical study of the biblical text, library research, extensive reading, or field research (such as surveys, case studies, or systematic observation).
An introduction to the theory and practice of missiology. Some of the major missiological topics surveyed are: theology, history, anthropology, living in a cross-cultural environment, and the role of the church as both the agent and aim of mission.
Provides the foundation for students to develop a personal and church-based approach to evangelism and discipleship. Investigates implications for evangelism arising from American culture and examines specific evangelistic and discipling models.
Be exposed to outstanding examples of local church ministry through observation, interviews with ministry professionals, reading, and group interaction.
Moves students toward general competency in conducting funerals, weddings, baptisms, ordinations, as well as the weekly rhythm of worship planning and execution, ministry to the hospitalized, the incarcerated, the homebound, and the terminally ill.
This workshop is designed to help students maintain and solidify the knowledge of Hebrew grammar, forms, and syntax which they have developed in OT 501 and OT 502 as they prepare for OT 503 in the Fall semester.
A unique course designed by a faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of Theology.
A capstone course designed by a resident faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of biblical and/or theological studies at the culmination of the MABTS program. Course requirements: Research paper minimum of 20 pages.
A capstone course designed by a resident faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of biblical and/or theological studies at the culmination of the MABTS program. Course requirements: Research paper minimum of 20 pages.