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Virtual, Instructor-Led Courses

Fall 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. 

Upcoming Fall 2022

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Full Semester

16 Week Class Offerings: August 15 - December 8, 2022

Enroll by August 4, 2022

Click each course title below to expand the course description and learn more about the course’s details. All times listed below are in CST. 

Thursday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(Four credit hours) A general introduction and survey of the Kingdom epistles of Hebrews through Jude. Emphasis is given to their message, dispensational distinctives, and doctrines in
comparison with the Apostle Paul’s epistles. Their relationship to God’s prophetic kingdom program and their proper use and application during the present Dispensation of Grace is thoroughly examined. (Revelation, and Daniel are taught together in a separate course.)

Monday, 6:15-8:00 PM

 (Two credit hours) Offered during the fall semester, this is a special class on understanding and applying the Biblical principles of personal
relationships within the family. With the moral fabric of our nation already badly eroded by the persistent flow of humanistic thought into the mainstream of our culture, the traditional views of the family and moral ethics are quickly fading away. This course is designed for those who are sincerely interested in learning how to protect their own families from the destructiveness of worldly philosophies and to help others do the same through the application of the Biblical principles of parenting and other family issues. Class size is restricted for this course, so those desiring to attend should sign up as soon as possible. Single people are allowed to attend. A husband or wife may take the class without their spouse, but married couples are strongly urged to attend together if at all possible.

NOTE: BBI allows for a modified application and “special class student” status.  Such a designation allows students to exclusively register for only “special classes” like this course.  Refer to the Student Handbook for further information.  If this status applies to you, please contact the Registrar at (262) 644-5504 for further details and next steps. 

Term 1

8 Week Class Offerings: August 15 - October 6, 2022

Enroll by August 4, 2022

Wednesday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(Two credit hours) The Bible must be rightly divided (II Tim. 2:15), therefore, we are committed to studying it dispensationally. Although God’s essential nature does not change, His dispensations toward man do change. This course gives an overview of the Bible from a dispensational point of view. It lays the groundwork for a lifetime of effective personal Bible study.

Tuesday, 6:15-8:00 PM

(Two credit hours) A concise study of the important major doctrines of Scripture from a dispensational point of view.  This course covers the introduction to Bible doctrines; the Bible, the Godhead, the Person of Christ, the Depravity of Man, Salvation, the Security of the Believer, the Holy Spirit, the Church, the Gifts, and the Believers Walk. 

Monday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(Two credit hours) The student will learn first hand how to lead both adults and children to faith in Jesus Christ as Savior. Procedures for one on one witnessing, door-to-door evangelism, and evangelistic meetings will be taught. This is one of the most important classes an individual can take. In addition, how to follow up on a new believer in order to help them become established in the faith and begin walking in the spirit is taught.

Wednesday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(2 credit hours) This course focuses on the local church as God’s primary ministry in this Dispensation of Grace. Paul’s letters, particularly to Timothy and Titus, provide the principles for Pastoral Ministry.  This course covers the practical structure of church polity, leaders and leadership, church services, congregational needs, and marriage and funeral services.

Tuesday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(2 credit hours) 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.  This course covers: the doctrine of Soteriology (doctrine of salvation; the Person of the Savior, the provision of salvation, and the application of salvation); the doctrine of Zoeology (doctrine of Christian life and ministry).

Thursday, 6:15-8:00 PM 

(Two credit hours) These two subjects deserve to be handled together as they enhance each other and compose a vital part of the local church ministry.

  • MISSIONS – Using Paul’s missionary methods, a workable mission philosophy will be taught.  Present world fields will be looked at with an introduction to Grace missionaries currently laboring in them.
  • CHURCH PLANTING – Extending the local church at home and in foreign lands was the Apostle Paul’s desire and God-given mission. The Pauline pattern of church planting will be studied as the example the church of today is to follow.

Wednesday 6:15-8:00 PM

(Two credit hours) These classes are offered “as needed” opposite of Pastoral Ministry courses. These classes are for any woman who has a desire to grow spiritually and to learn more about what the Bible teaches about being a Godly woman. They are especially recommended to those who are planning to be pastor’s wives, missionaries, Sunday School teachers, etc. No pre-requisites are required for these classes.

Term 2

8 Week Class Offerings: October 17 - December 8, 2022

Enroll by October 6, 2022

Tuesday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(Two credit hours) 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.

Tuesday, 6:15-8:00 PM

(Two credit hours) 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.

Wednesday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(Two credit hours) The study of how to correctly interpret the Bible from a literal and dispensational view. The sound and practical methods of personal Bible study which are essential to a proper understanding of the Scriptures will be examined and applied. This is an important course for those who want to be serious students of God’s Word.

Monday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(One credit hour) This course presents the need to effectively communicate by encouraging letter writing. Beyond this, it promotes formats for writing articles, newsletters, tracts, printed Bible studies etc.

Wednesday, 6:15-8:00 PM

(Two credit hours) This class focuses on the basic principles of conducting youth work in the local church setting. Effective methods of youth ministry, Biblical counseling, activities, soul-winning, and camp will be covered.

Thursday, 8:15-10:00 PM

(Two credit hours) This course is designed to instruct the student on the importance of understanding a given culture. The student will also be made aware of the potential problems that can arise should one not seek to understand the host culture and tries to simply impose their own cultural understanding on those with whom they seek to minister. By understanding the cultural nuances one can minister more effectively and with less difficulty. This is critical to successfully carry out one’s mission to proclaim the gospel of the grace of God.