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Bethel Bible Institute 

No Refunds on Book Orders.

 

Tuition: $1,835.00 plus $60.00 application fee

Prerequisite: Bachelor of Biblical Studies Degree

Graduation Requirement: VERY IMPORTANT. A 6,000 word thesis / dissertation on topics given by NCBI is required for this degree, typed and given to the Institute Dean no later than April 15th. This is mandatory! Without this thesis / dissertation, you will not receive your degree. It will be placed in your folder at the administrative office.

 

Course # / Credit Hours

 

GBS-301 [3]

MINOR PROPHETS I

(Course Description: Hosea & Joel)

 

GBS-302 [3]

MINOR PROPHETS II

(Course Description: Amos, Obadiah & Jonah)

 

GBS-303 [3]

MINOR PROPHETS III

(Course Description: Micah)

 

GBS-304 [3]

MINOR PROPHETS IV

(Course Description: Nahum & Habakkuk)

 

GBS-305 [2]

MINOR PROPHETS V

(Course Description: Zephaniah & Haggai)

 

GBS-306 [2]

MINOR PROPHETS VI

(Course Description: Zechariah & Malachi; this is a chapter study of the 12 minor prophets divided into 6 study booklets. These studies help to give a clear understanding of the prophecies during this period of Israel's history)

 

GBS-307 [2]

EZEKIEL I

(Course Description: Chapters 1-11; deals with Ezekiel's call to the ministry, the message of judgment upon Jerusalem and the nation of Israel; includes historical chart)

 

GBS-308 [2]

EZEKIEL II

(Course Description: Chapters 12-28; relates how God spoke through Ezekiel to the false prophets and false shepherds; describes the fall and judgment of Lucifer)

 

GBS-309 [2]

EZEKIEL III

(Course Description: Chapters 29-48; covers the judgment of Egypt, the valley of dry bones prophecy, and the fulfillment of end-time events; includes charts)

 

GBS-310 [2]

BIBLICAL PRAYERS

(Course Description: study of prayers in the Bible prayed by people who served God; praying effectively)

 

GBS-311 [2]

THE BOOK OF JOB

(Course Description: a relatively detailed study of the entire book; the theme focuses upon the enigma of human suffering, faith, and the power of God)

 

GBS-312 [2]

JEREMIAH I

(Course Description: Chapters 1-1; deals with the call of Jeremiah, general and unrelated prophecies)

 

GBS-313 [2]

JEREMIAH II

(Course Description: chapters 19-40; covers specific and dated prophecies)

 

GBS-314 [2]

JEREMIAH III

(Course Description: chapters 41-52; covers specific prophecies and prophecies concerning the nations)

 

GBS-315 [2]

LAMENTATIONS

(Course Description: comprehensive study regarding the fall of Jerusalem)

 

GBS-316 [2]

SONG OF SOLOMON

(Course Description: chapter by chapter study from a devotional and inspirational viewpoint that portrays the beautiful allegory of Jesus Christ and His Church)

 

GBS-317 [2]

JOSHUA

(Course Description: comparative study of the history of Israel's possession of "the Promised Land" and its spiritual applications)

 

GBS-318 [2]

JUDGES

(Course Description: study of God's repeated deliverance of Israel during a time of increasing national apostasy and the examples that heroes of faith provide for the believer)

GBS-319 [2]

ECCLESIASTES

(Course Description: comprehensive study of one of the Old Testament books of wisdom, which emphasizes the spiritual principles, discovered by Solomon in his search for true reality)

 

GBS-320 [8]

A JOURNEY INTO THE BIBLE: A Supplemental Resource Study for the Graduate Program

(Course Description: a study into the Bible enhanced by an in-depth workbook)

 

GBS-321 [10]

REQUIRED THEOLOGICAL THESIS

(Course Description: a doctrinal series followed by a 6,000 word Thesis/Dissertation)

Refund Policy

Students may change or drop a program at any time during the first week after notification of their acceptance into the Bethel Bible Institute (BBI).  When a program is dropped or withdrawn from and no substitute is taken, a 10% refund will be made, upon request.  No refunds are given for book fees.  A student must notify the BBI in writing of the intention to withdraw or drop a program.  NO refunds on Doctoral Programs.

Student Nondiscrimination Policy

The Bethel Bible Institute (BBI) admits any student of any race, color, national or ethnic origin with all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of BBI, nor do we discriminate on the bases of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its policies, or other school programs.

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