Winter 2019-20 Registration

Micro-Course Monday – “Reaching Our Religious Friends: Understanding our Catholic Friends: Part 2” (Multiple Instructors)

Schedule: Monday, February 3, 6:00-9:00p. One evening session only.

Course Description: This is a further step into understanding the theology and history of the Catholic church so that we can better understand and minister to our Catholic friends.

BI 404 – Systematic Theology IV: Church, End Times & Eras in God’s Administration (Pastor Kent Hobi)

Schedule: Starting January 16, Thursdays. 6:30p-8:00p. 1 Credit. 10 sessions.

Course Description: Bible Doctrines IV completes the survey of Bible doctrine. Its focus is upon Ecclesiology, Eschatology and issues in Dispensational Theology.

The whole NT orientation is a future orientation. Yes the Cross is critical, but remember the cross is unoccupied and the tomb is empty! Our King is alive and we await His coming. The prophetic calendar is full of events that will inspire hope and purity in the lives of those who have a firm grasp upon them. THERE IS NO PREREQUSITE to this class nor is the order of our Bible Doctrines Classes inspired. Feel free to jump right in. We’ll be looking forward to seeing you in class.


  • A Systematic Theology: Volume 3 (McCune, 2005) ISBN 0982252722.
  • The End Times (Hoyt, 2000) ISBN 0884690776.
  • Things to Come (optional) (Pentecost, 1965) ISBN 0310308909.

Systematic Theology IV

Micro-Course Monday

Fall 2018 Course Schedule

NT481 — Pastoral Epistles

Pastor Larry Hobbes
6 p.m. — 9:30 p.m.

3 Credits

A survey of the content and theological significance of these three significant New Testament books. This course will include a project which will assist the student in deriving timeless principles and accurate application through sound exegesis.


  • The Pastoral Epistles. By Donald Guthrie. Publisher: Tyndale Commentary Series, 2009. ISBN: 08030842446.

BI401 — Systematic Theology I

Pastor Kent Hobi
5:30 p.m. —8:50 p.m.

3 Credits

This course will treat the process of deriving doctrine from the text of Scripture rather than expressing the doctrinal interpretations of various theological traditions and denominations. The focus of this course is upon Introduction, Theology Proper, and Bibliology.


  • A Systematic Theology, Volume One. By Rolland McCune. Publisher: Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary, 2005. ISBN: 978-0-9822527-0-3.

2018 Summer Block Course

OT241 – Old Testament Historical Books

Dr. Ken Burkett
June 11–15

3 Credits

The course is a survey of the OT historical books with a four-fold focus: (1) the major themes and theology of each book, (2) key principles for interpreting & applying historical narrative, (3) the historical accuracy of the Biblical narratives, and (4) basic issues of authorship, date of composition, etc. Additionally, each student will be required to complete his choice of one project related to either the practical application of timeless principles in Biblical narratives or a more technical discussion of challenging issues or alleged problems in the historical books (e.g. did Jephthah really offer his daughter as a human sacrifice).


Dr. Ken Burkett grew up in the Midwest. He attended Bob Jones University in South Carolina where he obtained a B.A. in Bible, an M.A. in Bible, and a Ph.D. in Old Testament Interpretation. Currently, he is an adjunct professor with the Baptist College of Ministry and Seminary near Milwaukee, WI and also with the Mississippi Delta Community College in Moorhead, MS. Dr. Burkett was ordained to the gospel ministry in 1985, and he has served as the Pastor of Greenville Bible Church since 1996. As a pastor-teacher, his great passion is to expound the Word of God.

Block Course Schedule

June 11–15.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 6 p.m.–8:50 p.m.
3 Credits. 5 Sessions.


  • A Survey of the Old Testament by John H. Walton and Andrew E. Hill (3rd edition, 2009) ISBN:  978-0-310-28095-8.