A unique course designed by a faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of Biblical Literature.
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 will include a research paper minimum of 20 pages.
An occasional elective offered as need and opportunity arise. Course content is dependent on the expertise of available faculty, current issues of academic and practical importance, and overall balance in regard to recent course offerings.
A continuation of BL697 Thesis I culminating in a completed thesis and oral defense.
Being made in God's image means being made for intimate relationships. In this course we will develop a theology of relationships. We will look at the most common impediments to healthy relationships and develop strategies for building healthy relationships with family members and intimate friends.
A unique course designed by a faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the areas of Counseling and Counseling & Family Ministry.
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.
Exposes Christian leaders to issues including church finances, church liability, capital projects, personal ministerial finances, and non-profit status, and helps them gain necessary skills to respond to them.
Explores leadership as a ministry function from the perspective of scriptural teaching and apostolic practice. Students will be challenged to adopt a biblical model of leadership as opposed to corporate models common in church and parachurch practices.
Explores leadership as a ministry function from the perspective of scriptural teaching and apostolic practice. Students will be challenged to adopt a biblical model of leadership as opposed to corporate models common in church and parachurch practices.
Explores leadership as a ministry function from the perspective of scriptural teaching and apostolic practice. Students will be challenged to adopt a biblical model of leadership as opposed to corporate models common in church and parachurch practices.
New Testament individualized study is to be arranged with a professor.  The course title and content needs approval from the designated professor.
Old Testament individualized study is to be arranged with a professor.  The course title and content needs approval from the designated professor.
Challenges students to take a fresh look at the Christian life of fellowship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Students are invited to encounter our Triune God through classical spiritual disciplines and reflecting upon their own spiritual journeys.
A unique course designed by a faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of Spiritual Formation.
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.
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.
A capstone course designed by a resident faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of biblical studies at the culmination of the MA (BTS) program. The area of study must be congruent with the MA (BTS) curriculum and related to the expertise of resident faculty. Course requirements will include a research paper of a 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.
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.