Course Schedule

 Course Schedule 2023

Courses will run for three months and the format will be hybrid - combining online and face-to-face classes as well as one quarter with online-only classes. The hybrid courses will have 4-5 weeks online (readings, discussions, recorded videos, etc.) before the face-to-face classes which will be around 20 hours (weekday evenings and weekends). Registration for classes will open up one month before the course start date. Sign up here to receive course registration updates!

North Delhi Site

MNS 564 Urban Mission and Ministry: 23 January - 16 April (Hybrid with Face-to-Face Classes: 17 - 19 February)
A course that focuses on Christian mission and ministry in the world's growing cities. The biblical basis for urban ministry is presented and case studies of effective urban strategies worldwide are examined. Attention is given to urban issues such as ministry to the poor and homeless, pastoring and raising a family in the city, and planting urban churches.

Face-to-Face Class Schedule
Friday, 17 Feb: 2 pm - 8 pm
Saturday, 18 Feb: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, 19 Feb: 2 pm - 8 pm

MNS 500 Spiritual Formation (Online Only Course): 24 April - 23 July
A survey of biblical spirituality and helpful models of its application from church history for contemporary cultural contexts.

BIB 557 Hebrews: 24 July - 24 October (Hybrid with Face-to-Face Classes: 8-10 September)
This course is designed to provide an inductive investigation of the argument of Hebrews based on a careful analysis of the book’s use of the Old Testament and ostensive pastoral intent. Special attention will be given to the author's understanding of the Christian life. His hermeneutical approach will be studied as a model for the pastoral use of the Scriptures. 

Face-to-Face Class Schedule
Friday, 8 Sep: 2 pm - 8 pm
Saturday, 9 Sep: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, 10 Sep: 2 pm - 8 pm

THL 540 Systematic Theology 1: 23 October - 23 January (Hybrid Face-to-Face Classes: 17-19 November)

This course introduces and practices systematic theology within the context of the large Story of Scripture (or Metanarrative) that begins with creation, is centered in Jesus’ first coming, and reaches its culmination in the new heavens and earth. The course also presents the doctrines of Scripture and God within the Metanarrative

Face-to-Face Class Schedule
Friday, 17 Nov: 2 pm - 8 pm
Saturday, 18 Nov: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, 19 Nov: 2 pm - 8 pm

South Delhi Site

BIB 523 Psalms: 23 January - 16 April (Hybrid with Face-to-Face Classes: 1-5 March)
A study of the book of Psalms, giving attention to the various forms of the Psalms and their function within the historical experience of Israel. The course begins by focusing on the formulation and interpretation of the Psalms, then examines in detail the various types of psalms, giving sermonic treatment of selected psalms with application for today’s Church.

Face-to-Face Class Schedule
Wednesday, 1 Mar: 6 pm - 9 pm
Thursday, 2 Mar: 6 pm - 9 pm
Saturday, 4 Mar: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, 5 Mar: 2 pm - 6 pm

Online Only Courses: 24 April - 23 July (List Below)

MNS 671 Introduction to Christian Counselling (Online)
This course seeks to introduce the student to the current landscape of Christian counselling. While introductory in nature, students will be led through the process of evaluating several prominent models of Christian counselling, recognizing the complex factors influencing human behaviour, wrestling with the value and challenges of integrating scripture with secular counselling theory, and investigating how the message of the Bible speaks to specific emotional wounds and distortions.

THL 510 Historical Theology Survey (Online)
An introductory survey of the history of the church from the time of the Fathers to the modern day. An introductory survey of the history of the church from the time of the This course highlights the most significant events, councils, persons, and writings with special attention given to the development of doctrine and to Asian Christianity.

MNS 510 Organisational Leadership (Online)
This course studies the biblical foundations of leadership, the classical and modern theories of leadership, the visioning, planning, implementing and managing roles of leadership, leading high-performance organizations, and creating organizational value and satisfaction.

THL 500 Introduction to Graduate Theological Education (Online)
This course introduces students to the nature, methods, expectations and values of theological education at ABTS. Orientation to ABTS’s online learning platform, degree requirements, and research methodology are emphasized to prepare students for their program of study. This introductory course is the first course required for all students.


MNS 672 Counselling Skills: 24 July - 24 October (Hybrid with Face-to-Face Classes: 23-27 August)
This course allows students the opportunity to practice and deepen their Christian counselling skill set. Topics include active and empathic listening, question asking, pattern recognition, family history taking, and other techniques designed to lead others toward greater life change and deeper relationships with Christ.

Face-to-Face Class Schedule
Wednesday, 23 Aug: 6 pm - 9 pm
Thursday, 24 Aug: 6 pm - 9 pm
Saturday, 26 Aug: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, 27 Aug: 2 pm - 8 pm

THL 641 Systematic Theology 3: 23 October - 23 January (Hybrid with Face-to-Face Classes: 22 - 26 November)
This course presents the eschatological people of God (the Church), our salvation, and the consummation of all things in the second coming of Jesus Christ, His Kingdom, and the new creation. These promises of God are presented within the context of the Metanarrative and from a premillennial perspective.

Face-to-Face Class Schedule
Wednesday, 22 Nov: 6 pm - 9 pm
Thursday, 23 Nov: 6 pm - 9 pm
Saturday, 25 Nov: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, 26 Nov: 2 pm - 8 pm 

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