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Bethel Bible Institute 

No Refunds on Book Orders.

Tuition: $1,980.00 plus $60.00 application fee

Prerequisite: Graduate of Biblical Studies Degree

Graduation Requirement: VERY IMPORTANT. A 7,000-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

 

MBS-401 [3]
LEVITICUS

 

 (Course Description: This study provides an expository study of the book of Leviticus in its respective historical and cultural settings.  You will study that the book of Leviticus gives the detail of the walk, worship, and service of His people)

 

MBS-402 [3]
NUMBERS

 

(Course Description: The study of Numbers takes up the story where Exodus left it, and you will see it is the book of the wilderness wanderings of the redeemed people consequent upon their failure to enter the land at Kadesh-Barnea.  This study will show this book as the book or service and walk and completes, with the preceding books, a beautiful moral order.)

 

MBS-403 [3]
DEUTERONOMY

(Course Description: This study consists of the parting counsels of Moses delivered to Israel given their impending entrance upon their covenanted possession.  It contains a summary of the wilderness wanderings of Israel, which is important as unfolding the moral judgment of God upon those events.)

 

MBS-401 [3]

KINGS I

(Course Description: comprehensive chapter study of the kings of Israel and Judah, beginning after David - I Kings 1 through 14 and / II Chronicles 1 through 12)

 

MBS-402 [3]

KINGS II

(Course Description: comprehensive chapter study of the kings of Israel and Judah, beginning after David - I Kings 15 through 22 and / II Chronicles 13 through 20)

 

MBS-403 [3]

KINGS III

(Course Description: comprehensive chapter study of the kings of Israel and Judah, beginning after David - II Kings 1 through 13 and / II Chronicles 21 through 24)

 

MBS-404 [3]

KINGS IV

(Course Description: comprehensive chapter study of the kings of Israel and Judah, beginning after David - II Kings 14 through 25 and / II Chronicles 25 through 36)

 

MBS-405 [3]

SAMUEL and SAUL I

(Course Description: spiritual application study of the prophet, Samuel's birth and public ministry, and the early years of Saul's reign as the first king over Israel)

 

MBS-406 [3]

SAMUEL and SAUL II

(Course Description: spiritual application study of the prophet, Samuel's life and the decline of Saul's character and latter years of reign as the first king over Israel)

 

MBS-407 [3]

II SAMUEL

(Course Description: a study of King David's life; his triumphs and his trials)

 

MBS-408 [3]

PSALMS I

(Course Description: a descriptive study of the characteristics of Hebrew poetry; first in a three-part survey of the psalms, covering the psalms of devotion and the imprecatory psalms)

 

MBS-409 [3]

PSALMS II

(Course Description: second in a three-part survey of the psalms, covering the Messianic psalms)

 

MBS-410 [3]

PSALMS III

(Course Description: third in a three-part survey of the psalms, covering the penitential psalms, psalms of worship, praise and adoration, and the historical psalms)

 

MBS-411 [5]

A JOURNEY INTO THE BIBLE: A Supplemental Resource Study for the Master's Program

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

 

MBS-412 [6]

REQUIRED THEOLOGICAL THESIS

(Course Description: a doctrinal series followed by a 7,000-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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