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2020 Fall Schedule of Classes

Anyone looking to register for either Bachelor or Masters courses must call BBI to make an appointment with Dean Baines before registering.


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MONDAY EVENING CLASSES

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Principles & Power of Prayer: To show the vital contribution of prayer in developing the whole person mentally, physically, and spiritually. A study is made of both Old and New Testament prayer life, with special emphasis on the prayer life of Jesus and the early church. Pastor B. Caesar Principles of Prayer by Charles G.Finney
Experiencing God:  This course focuses on your getting to know God better. To believe and experience daily God’s infinite love for you, to hear when God speaks to you and to identify a direction God is taking in your life and recognize what He wants to do through you are some of the subjects that will be covered.

Rev. R. Dedmon Experiencing God: Knowing and doing the will of God – Henry Blackaby, Richard Blackaby & Claude
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History of the Church:  A concise look at the development of Christianity, focusing on the key movements and outstanding Christian leaders, revolutionary breakthroughs, and crucial turning points in the history of the Church.

Rev. O. Wills The Story of the Christian Church – Jesse Lyman Hurlbut
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Fruit of the Spirit: This course defines and discusses the fruit of the Spirit and urges you to permit the Holy Spirit to transform your character to become progressively more like Christ. Rev. F. Gary Fruit, More Fruit, much Fruit – Eugene Smith (Must order from Vision)
The Ancient Jewish Wedding & The Rapture: Christ’s first miracle on earth was at a wedding (John 2:1-10), and His last event in heaven is at a wedding supper (Revelation 19:7). The ancient Jewish wedding reveals the exact patterns for the future Rapture of the church. God does not deal with the Gentiles and the Jewish nation at the same time. The Bride of Christ must be removed before God can restore His full relationship with His bride Israel (Romans 11). Dr. S. Alvarez The Bible and Handouts
Lives & Times of Kings Saul, David and Solomon: An in-depth study of the choosing, character, deeds, relationships, and reigns of the three rulers of the United Kingdom of Israel. Dr. C. Baines The History of Saul, David and Solomon: Israel’s Greatest Kings – James Allen Mosley

TUESDAY EVENING CLASSES

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The Healing Covenant: This course will explore issues such as historical, Biblical foundations, emotional, spiritual, and physical aspects of healing. Min. S. Quinones Authority to Heal: Restoring the Lost Inheritance of God’s Healing Power – Randy Clark
Prison Epistles: The prison epistles of Paul are as relevant today as they were in the first century of the church. These epistles teach a practical understanding of the church body, positive edification, doctrinal issues, the Christian walk, and forgiveness. (Philippians, Ephesians, Colossians and Philemon) Rev. F. Gary An Introduction to the New Testament (Three Volume Collection) – D. Edmond Hiebert
Doctrine of Christ & Holy Spirit: An in-depth study of the Doctrine of Christ – the person and work of Christ; and the biblical teaching relating to the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Rev. S. Hicks The Great Doctrines of the Bible – William Evans
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Angelology: What the Bible really teaches about fallen angels, demons, and the chief of the fallen angels, Satan as well as the need to fully understand the great powers and activity of God’s angels who remain holy and true to Him and who resist Satan and his angels. Min. S. Quinones Angels Elect and Evil – C. Fred Dickason
Journey to Spiritual Formation: This course examines the biblical perspectives on God’s plans and purposes for man and how God through his love and grace helps man to develop a believer’s personality through stages of spiritual development. Dr. R. Morris Conformed to His Image – Kenneth Boa
Eschatology: An engrossing study of the personal life and dynamic ministry of the most influential writer of the New Testament, his struggles, unique call and mission to the Gentiles. Dr. Alvarez Things to Come – J Dwight Pentecost

WEDNESDAY CLASSES

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The Pentateuch: (The Five Books of Moses) A survey of the major events recorded by Moses in the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Dr. L. Stuart An Introduction to the Old Testament Pentateuch – Herbert Wolf
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Synoptic Gospels: An analysis of the Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, and Luke with emphasis upon the similarities and the differences in their structure, subject matter, and presentation of Christ.d who resist Satan and his angels. Dr. L. Stuart A Guide to the Gospels – W. Graham Scroggie
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Mechanics of Research Dr. C. Baines  
The Poetic Books: An analytical approach to Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon. Rev. D. McCrae An Introduction to the Old Testament Poetic Books – C. Hassell Bullock
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Thesis Writing Dr. C. Baines  
Feasts of Israel: An insightful study of the seven feasts mandated by God (Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Weeks/Pentecost, Trumpets, Atonement and Tabernacles) their significance, fulfillment in relationship to Christ and future events. Rev. D. McCrae Feasts of Israel – Kevin J Conner
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