Almost every theological seminary today is busily engaged in producing a constant stream of new course offerings, new programs, and new degrees, in order to meet the new problems, changing emphases, and emerging challenges of the current scene. In the midst of all of this activity, it is easy to lose sight of the basics.
Biblical Theological Seminary emphasizes basics. The objective of this emphasis is to produce Christian leaders who can not only speak into the world as it is today, but also deal with the issues of the future.
At Biblical, students learn how to research the Scriptures in the original languages, how to do original theological studies, how to analyze theological arguments and synthesize theological constructs, and how to think for themselves. Thus they learn both how to handle God’s Word in a sensible, reasonable, balanced way, and how to arrive at confident answers for today’s needs.
If you are considering theological education, and want to be thoroughly knowledgeable about all of the current fads in theological thought and wonderfully articulate on all of the exotic developments in the ecclesiastical scene, perhaps Biblical is not for you. If your desire is to get in three years all of the Bible knowledge you will ever need, Biblical is surely not your Seminary But if you are interested in acquiring all of the basic tools and skills and methods and knowledge you will need to study and to handle the word of God during a lifetime of ministry, perhaps Biblical can meet your need. If you are interested in a Seminary which is fully committed to the historic Christian faith, perhaps Biblical is what you have been looking for. If you have been asking God for guidance to a school in which great stress is placed upon ...
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