The student must hold both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Bible or related fields prior to being permitted to enroll into this program.
The purpose of this degree program is to allow the student to major in Bible. The student may complete the following 54SH program and receive the Doctor of Biblical Studies with a concentration in Bible. If the student has not had the following course subjects, it is suggested that the following be substituted for one of the courses listed in the following curriculum.
Bi-511 Introduction To the O.T., 3SH;
Bi-505 Mosaic Writings, 3SH;
Bi-512 Intro. to the N.T., 3SH;
Bi-504 The Life of Christ, 3SH.
Rel-604 Bible Archaeology – 3SH
Rel-701 History of Christianity – 3SH
Bi- 601 Expositional Methods – 3SH
Bi-602 Bible Exposition (Gen-Deut) – 3SH
Bi-701 Bible Exposition (Matt-Mk) – 3SH
Th-603 New Testament Theology – 3SH
Ls-602 Computer Skills – 3SH
Rel-703 Life and Times of Christ I – 3SH
Rel-704 Life and Times of Christ II – 3SH
Th-602 Old Testament Theology – 3SH
Ph-631 Advanced Apologetics – 3SH
Ph-503 Biblical Hermeneutics – 3SH
Ph-601 Advanced Apologetics I – 3SH
Ph-602 Advanced Apologetics II – 3SH
Bi-702 Bible Exposition (Luke-John) – 3SH
Ls- 602 Research & Methodology – 3SH
Ph- 761 Thesis (20,000 words) – 6SH
Upon satisfactory completion of the above program, the Doctor of Biblical Studies will be conferred.