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Virtual, Instructor-Led Courses

Spring 2022 Course Schedule

As a student, you will meet weekly with your instructor and fellow classmates in an interactive, online format featuring real time lectures, discussion and other media presentations. 

Spring Semester - 16 Week Courses (January 10 - May 5, 2022)

Enrollment ends 1/3/2022

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Mondays, 8:15-10:00 PM

With the institution of marriage under assault because of the increasingly secularist/humanistic worldview that has permeated our society, it is vitally important that those who want a secure marriage understand the Biblical principles of marriage, and how to apply them in their own relationship. The roles and responsibilities of husbands, wives, and couples as well as how to solve the most difficult problems of married life will be covered. Those who are interested are encouraged to sign up for the class as soon as possible. Single people are allowed to attend. Married couples are strongly urged to attend together if at all possible. (2 credit hours)
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Tuesdays, 6:15-8:00 PM

Course Pre-Requisites: 209 - Homiletics I This course is a follow-up to Homiletics 209. It helps the student to further develop the Biblical approach to studying, preparing and the delivering of topical, textual, and expository sermons. The student will examine the different types of sermons and will be expected to form and present messages of each kind before a live audience. (2 credit hours)
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Wednesdays, 6:15-8:00 PM

This course is a survey of all of the Pauline epistles with special attention given to the purpose and doctrine of each in the context of Paul’s ministry as the Apostle of the Gentiles who was especially commissioned to make known the Dispensation of the Grace of God (also offered is a more in-depth study of Romans and a systematic comprehensive review of Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians as separate courses). (4 credit hours)
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Spring Term 1 - 8 Week Courses (January 10 - March 3, 2022)

Enrollment ends 1/3/2022

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Mondays, 6:15-8:00 PM

Course Pre-Requisites: 211; Bible Counseling is the use of the truths found in the Scriptures to help people work through their problems. In these classes, the foundation of God’s Word is used to show the sufficiency of God’s grace as revealed in His Word through the Lord Jesus Christ for facing the issues and challenges of life. This course focuses on the practical application of God’s grace as the answer to the problems encountered in life by individuals, with the centrality of the Lord Jesus Christ being emphasized. Students will gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the Dispensation of the Grace of God as they learn how it applies to personal problems. They will also learn why a “law-centered” legalistic approach to life is actually the root cause of many of the personal problems that people have. (1 credit hour)
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Tuesdays, 8:15-10:00 PM

Theology is the study of God. Systematic Theology is the ordered study of the great doctrines of God’s Word, the Bible. Dispensational Theology is the systematic in-depth study of the great doctrines of Scripture according to the Biblical principle of right division (II Tim. 2:15). Practical Dispensational Theology is the study of dispensational theology with an emphasis on the application of Biblical truths to both the individual believer’s life and in the context of the corporate Body of Christ. The doctrines of Angelology (the nature and activities of angels); Anthropology (doctrine of man, his creation, nature and fall). (2 credit hours)
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Wednesdays, 8:15-10:00 PM

This course is an expositional study of the book of Acts with special emphasis given to the importance of its historical aspects concerning the beginning of the Church (the Body of Christ), the dispensational transition into Grace, and their harmonization with the epistles of the Apostle Paul. (2 credit hours)
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Thursdays, 6:15-8:00 PM

This course is a survey of the twelve Minor Prophets (Hosea-Malachi). Attention is given to the background, life, and major focus of the message of each of these prophets of God. Special interest is applied to the dispensational importance of their pre-millennial messianic themes. (2 credit hours)
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Thursdays, 8:15-10:00 PM

Apologetics is a defense of the origin and absolute reliability of the Bible as a Book uniquely inspired by God. This course offers a comprehensive and systematic survey of the evidences of the truth and authority of the Scriptures. It will help to confirm the students faith and equip him or her to stand against the attacks of humanistic unbelief, to be knowledgeable in order to effectively witness in our high-tech and evolutionary thinking culture, and to maintain a strong and uncompromising stand for the infallibility of God and His Word in every situation. This course is especially recommended for those attending or planning to attend a secular college or university. (2 credit hours)
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Upcoming Spring Term 2
(March 14, 2022 - May 5, 2022):

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Spring Term 2 - 8 Week Courses (March 14 - May 5, 2022)

Enrollment ends 3/3/2022

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Mondays, 6:15-8:00 PM

This course systematically works through the important epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Romans. The study of this book is vital to the understanding of man’s universal need of salvation, God’s provision of salvation through Jesus Christ, God’s offer of salvation by faith alone, the dispensational nature of the Bible, God’s dealings with Israel, and living the Christian life by faith. (2 credit hours)
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Tuesdays, 8:15-10:00 PM

A concise study of the important major doctrines of Scripture from a dispensational point of view. This course covers Baptism, the Lord’s Supper, the Resurrection, the Second Coming of Christ, the State of the Dead, and the Mission and Commission of the Church, Human Sexuality, Sanctity of Life, Christian Civil Responsibility, and Christian Stewardship. (2 credit hours)
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Wednesdays, 8:15-10:00 PM

This course is designed to instruct the student in various aspects of Biblical Leadership. The student will also be exposed to the importance of assessing and determining the core values, mission and vision of a ministry. Because of their training at BBI some students will be seen as leaders. It is essential for our students to understand God’s view of leadership and how to lead others to make an impact for the Lord Jesus Christ. (2 credit hours)
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Thursdays, 6:15-8:00 PM

The major worldviews are compared and contrasted with Biblical Christianity. This study shows how non-Christian values and belief systems have negatively influenced the thinking of our times. The incredible clarity, coherence, and truthfulness of the true Christian worldview is highlighted and affirmed.. (2 credit hours)
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Thursdays, 8:15-10:00 PM

This course series provides a general overview of the purposes, principles, and practices of Christian education within the local church. This course covers the history of Christian education and the importance of developing effective educational ministries in the local church. The content and methods of Christian education is dealt with. (2 credit hours)
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