This course consists of two semesters: Fall (September-December) and Spring (January-June).
Pre-requisites: High school diploma or GED, born-again experience, active church attendance and acceptance to Midwest Bible College.
Graduation Requirements: All work completed satisfactorily; all tuition, books and fees paid.
|BSA-101||6||INTRODUCTORY STUDY AND THE GOSPEL OF JOHN. A synthesis of salvation, water baptism, prayer, how to study the Bible, different Bible translations and other basic topics plus a chapter study of Jesus’ ministry and teachings.|
|BSA-102||7||ACTS. The supernatural workings of God in the early church and the life and missionary journeys of the Apostel Paul.|
|BSA-103||7||GALATIANS, PHILLIPPIANS, COLOSSIANS & PHILEMON. This study teaches law and grace, and an excellent chapter-by-chapter study of Paul’s letters.|
|BSA-104||7||HEBREWS, JAMES 1, 2 & 3, JOHN AND JUDE. An excellent chapter-by-chapter study including an eye-opening study of John’s emphasis on love and fellowship.|
|BSA-105||5||EPHESIANS. A wonderful study regarding the inheritance of the believer.|
|BSA-106||11||1 AND 2 CORINTHIANS. A great study of the Gifts of the Spirit and instructions to God’s people.|
|BSA-107||7||1 AND 2 PETER; 1 AND 2 THESSALONIANS. A study on joy in the midst of suffering and the importance of growing in the Word. Gives insight into the close relationship between Paul and the Thessalonian believers.|
|BSA-108||10||SYNOPTIC GOSPELS. A synthesis of Matthew, Mark and Luke that provides a chronology of the ministry of Christ up to passion week.|
|BSA-109||2||TWO ASSIGNED BOOK REPORTS.|