The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies, offered online and on campus , will give you a solid foundation in theology, practical ministry and biblical studies. You will understand the history, context and message of the Bible more deeply and explore answers to significant questions of life and purpose. The concentration in Biblical Studies is an option within this theology degree that will focus more intently on church history and dive into some of the most significant passages of Scripture so that you are prepared to continue seminary studies or to serve others through ministry and the Church.

Investigation of the nature, contents and history of the Old Testament with attention to its background and key themes. Students examine themes within their contexts and from the perspective of their New Testament fulfillment.

Provides a broad overview of the historic roots and development of Christian thought. Identifies and describes historical Christian doctrines, the basics of theological reasoning, significant Christian thinkers, and contemporary global trends and issues.

Add the book The Son of God and the New Creation  to your order to receive free shipping (U.S. only. Offer ends February 1, 2018)

About This Series: New Studies in Biblical Theology is a series of monographs that address key issues in the discipline of biblical theology. Contributions to the series focus on one or more of three areas: (1) the nature and status of biblical theology, including its relations with other disciplines (e.g. historical theology, exegesis, systematic theology, historical criticism, narrative theology); (2) the articulation and exposition of the structure of thought of a particular biblical writer or corpus; and (3) the delineation of a biblical theme across all or part of the biblical corpora.

A Gracious and Compassionate God: Mission, Salvation and Spirituality in the Book of Jonah

by Timmer, Daniel C.

The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies, offered online and on campus , will give you a solid foundation in theology, practical ministry and biblical studies. You will understand the history, context and message of the Bible more deeply and explore answers to significant questions of life and purpose. The concentration in Biblical Studies is an option within this theology degree that will focus more intently on church history and dive into some of the most significant passages of Scripture so that you are prepared to continue seminary studies or to serve others through ministry and the Church.

Investigation of the nature, contents and history of the Old Testament with attention to its background and key themes. Students examine themes within their contexts and from the perspective of their New Testament fulfillment.

Provides a broad overview of the historic roots and development of Christian thought. Identifies and describes historical Christian doctrines, the basics of theological reasoning, significant Christian thinkers, and contemporary global trends and issues.

Add the book The Son of God and the New Creation  to your order to receive free shipping (U.S. only. Offer ends February 1, 2018)

About This Series: New Studies in Biblical Theology is a series of monographs that address key issues in the discipline of biblical theology. Contributions to the series focus on one or more of three areas: (1) the nature and status of biblical theology, including its relations with other disciplines (e.g. historical theology, exegesis, systematic theology, historical criticism, narrative theology); (2) the articulation and exposition of the structure of thought of a particular biblical writer or corpus; and (3) the delineation of a biblical theme across all or part of the biblical corpora.

A Gracious and Compassionate God: Mission, Salvation and Spirituality in the Book of Jonah

by Timmer, Daniel C.

CBS requires each student to serve in the Body of Christ in order to graduate. This requirement takes the form of Christian Service modules of 28 hours of service during 3 different semesters. Contact the Dean of Students for other work-study opportunities.  

Students are expected to honor the Lord through their efforts to study “heartily as if for the Lord”. Timely attendance to class, submission of assignments, and maintaining comprehension of the assigned reading places the student in the best position to be successful.

All of these requirements reflect the array of requirement options for a class. Depending on the class and grade level, there will be a combination of some or all of these aforementioned.

The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies, offered online and on campus , will give you a solid foundation in theology, practical ministry and biblical studies. You will understand the history, context and message of the Bible more deeply and explore answers to significant questions of life and purpose. The concentration in Biblical Studies is an option within this theology degree that will focus more intently on church history and dive into some of the most significant passages of Scripture so that you are prepared to continue seminary studies or to serve others through ministry and the Church.

Investigation of the nature, contents and history of the Old Testament with attention to its background and key themes. Students examine themes within their contexts and from the perspective of their New Testament fulfillment.

Provides a broad overview of the historic roots and development of Christian thought. Identifies and describes historical Christian doctrines, the basics of theological reasoning, significant Christian thinkers, and contemporary global trends and issues.

Add the book The Son of God and the New Creation  to your order to receive free shipping (U.S. only. Offer ends February 1, 2018)

About This Series: New Studies in Biblical Theology is a series of monographs that address key issues in the discipline of biblical theology. Contributions to the series focus on one or more of three areas: (1) the nature and status of biblical theology, including its relations with other disciplines (e.g. historical theology, exegesis, systematic theology, historical criticism, narrative theology); (2) the articulation and exposition of the structure of thought of a particular biblical writer or corpus; and (3) the delineation of a biblical theme across all or part of the biblical corpora.

A Gracious and Compassionate God: Mission, Salvation and Spirituality in the Book of Jonah

by Timmer, Daniel C.

CBS requires each student to serve in the Body of Christ in order to graduate. This requirement takes the form of Christian Service modules of 28 hours of service during 3 different semesters. Contact the Dean of Students for other work-study opportunities.  

Students are expected to honor the Lord through their efforts to study “heartily as if for the Lord”. Timely attendance to class, submission of assignments, and maintaining comprehension of the assigned reading places the student in the best position to be successful.

All of these requirements reflect the array of requirement options for a class. Depending on the class and grade level, there will be a combination of some or all of these aforementioned.

The mission of Dallas Theological Seminary is to glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders for the proclamation of His Word and the building up of the body of Christ worldwide.

The MBTS degree is based on the principle that any follower of Christ will benefit from advanced training in biblical and theological studies, becoming a more effective minister of the gospel wherever they serve. This degree is intended for those not planning on vocational ministry training.

Admission requirements for the MBTS are the same as for all programs of study at the Seminary. However, since the MBTS is primarily designed for individuals who desire to enhance their biblical and theological foundation for lay ministry in professional contexts, admission to the program will normally be limited to those who meet this purpose.

The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies, offered online and on campus , will give you a solid foundation in theology, practical ministry and biblical studies. You will understand the history, context and message of the Bible more deeply and explore answers to significant questions of life and purpose. The concentration in Biblical Studies is an option within this theology degree that will focus more intently on church history and dive into some of the most significant passages of Scripture so that you are prepared to continue seminary studies or to serve others through ministry and the Church.

Investigation of the nature, contents and history of the Old Testament with attention to its background and key themes. Students examine themes within their contexts and from the perspective of their New Testament fulfillment.

Provides a broad overview of the historic roots and development of Christian thought. Identifies and describes historical Christian doctrines, the basics of theological reasoning, significant Christian thinkers, and contemporary global trends and issues.

New Studies in Biblical Theology (39 vols.) - Logos Bible.


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