EBTC Program

and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.

2 Timothy 2:2 ,ESV

Undergraduate & Diplomas

During these two semesters we will focus on the OT and NT survey and on the basics concerning Bible knowledge, as well as practical theology.
This Program is designed to equip men to do the work of the ministry, focusing especially on expository preaching.
This program is designed to equip men and women for practical Biblical Couseling in their own churches.

The program is focused on the basics of counseling and specific areas of marriage and the family.

Postgraduate

The Master of Arts in New Testament Studies offers a specialization in biblical interpretation, hermeneutics and New Testament issues.

Central to the program are a student’s abilities to work with original language tools and to research biblical topics. The MA emphasizes the exegetical and expositional teaching and preaching of God’s Word.

Graduates of a recognized Bible college or training center with a Bible major or thirty-six credit hours in Bible and theology may enroll in the MA program. Under special circumstances a student may take independent studies to meet the required thirty-six credit hour requirement.

Students must complete their program with an exegetical or theological thesis project.

The objectives of the program is to produce students able to:

Use the best available exegetical tools for biblical study
Solve interpretative problems in the biblical text
Preach/teach exegetical/expositional messages from the Greek New Testament
Perform scholarly independent research
Produce and defend scholarly research papers and/or a thesis

The Master of Arts in Old Testament Studies offers a specialization in biblical interpretation, hermeneutics and Old Testament issues.

Central to the program are a student’s abilities to work with original language tools and to research biblical topics. The MA emphasizes the exegetical and expositional teaching and preaching of God’s Word.

Graduates of a recognized Bible college or training center with a Bible major or thirty-six credit hours in Bible and theology may enroll in the MA program. Under special circumstances a student may take independent studies to meet the required thirty-six credit hour requirement.

Students must complete their program with an exegetical or theological thesis project.

The objectives of the program is to produce students able to:

Use the best available exegetical tools for biblical study
Solve interpretative problems in the biblical text
Preach/teach exegetical/expositional messages from the Greek New Testament
Perform scholarly independent research
Produce and defend scholarly research papers and/or a thesis