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Course Schedule

Online Courses 2020-21

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, online classes are being offered in lieu of face-to-face classes.  Students can enrol in a maximum of two online courses at a time. The next set of online courses will begin on 20th September, sign up here to receive updates about courses.

 

Course Schedule 2022

We look forward to starting in-person classes in 2022 subject to Covid-19 restrictions. 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

BIB 501 Biblical Hermeneutics: 10 January - 10 April (Face-to-Face Classes: 9 - 13 February)
An introduction to the process of determining the original meaning and contemporary significance of biblical texts. This is a required course for all students.

THL 500 Introduction to Graduate Theological Education (Online Only Course): 18 April - 18 July
An introduction to the nature, methods, expectations, and values of theological education at ABTS. This course highlights research methodology, theological terms and issues, the ABTS learning environment, and degree portfolios

BIB 553 Acts of the Apostles: 25 July - 25 October (Face-to-Face Classes: TBD)
An exegetical examination of the Acts of the Apostles with a concentration on the biblical theology of the book of Acts, the historical background of events, and the theological emphasis of the speeches. Special attention is given to articulating the message of Acts in ways that are both textually accurate and contemporarily relevant.

BIB 554 Romans: 24 October - 24 January (Face-to-Face Classes: 23-27 November)
An exposition of this letter in terms of its significance for biblical and systematic theology. Particular attention is paid to the epistolary and rhetorical constructs contained in the letter and how these mechanisms affect its interpretation.

 

South Delhi Site

MNS 564 Urban Mission and Ministry: 10 January - 10 April (Face-to-Face Classes: 16 - 20 February)
A course that focuses on Christian missions 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. 

Online Only Courses: 18 April - 18 July
BIB501 Biblical Hermeneutics, MNS500 Spiritual Formation, MNS510 Organizational Leadership, MNS515 Vocation, Work, and Ministry, BIB502 Old Testament Biblical Theology, THL640 Systematic Theology 2, BIB557 Hebrews, MNS622 Foundations of Education, MNS643 Adult Education 

BIB 553 Acts of the Apostles: 25 July - 25 October (Face-to-Face Classes: TBD)
An exegetical examination of the Acts of the Apostles with a concentration on the biblical theology of the book of Acts, the historical background of events, and the theological emphasis of the speeches. Special attention is given to articulating the message of Acts in ways that are both textually accurate and contemporarily relevant.

MNS 636 Homiletics: 24 October - 24 January (Face-to-Face Classes: 30 November - 4 December)
This course provides an introduction to homiletics with attention to the philosophy and priority of preaching, skills in hermeneutical organization of sermons, and principles of delivery. Emphasis is given to exegetical expository preaching in a pulpit ministry designed to communicate for clearer understanding of truth, richer relationship with God, and more obedient action in response to His Word. The course includes a laboratory in which each student will prepare, deliver and evaluate messages.

 

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