Master of Biblical Exposition
The Master of Biblical Exposition program requires thirty (30) semester hours to complete. The program focuses exclusively upon exposition of key Bible books by closely examining the English text of the King James Bible. Although focus will be given to what the text says, the program will also focus upon what the text means and what the text means to the modern Christian. All programs within the School of Practical Ministry, including the Master of Biblical Exposition, are research based and do not include audio/video lectures.
The Master of Biblical Exposition requires a practical ministry capstone project that reflects the application of concepts learned in the first portion of the program to a specific ministry problem in the student’s current ministry. The project will reflect the student’s creation of a practical application of the concept, the implementation of the project, and the evaluation of the project.
The program is ideal for students who have no or limited access to the internet.
|BSPM5000||Exposition of Numbers/Deuteronomy||Guided Research||4 Credits|
|BSPM5100||Exposition of Joshua/Ruth||Guided Research||4|
|BSPM5200||Exposition of Job||Guided Research||4|
|BSPM5300||Exposition of Isaiah||Guided Research||4|
|BSPM5500||Exposition of Ezekiel/Daniel||Guided Research||4|
|BSPM5700||Exposition of Psalm I||Guided Research||4|
|BSPM5800||Exposition of Psalm II||Guided Research||4|
|SPRP6000||Project Proposal||Faculty Advisor||4|
|SPRP6900||Capstone Project||Faculty Advisor||6|
† ABC Certification is not a state license. It is recognition by a quality faith-based organization that certifies that the student has successfully completed the requirements set forth by ABC for competent biblical counseling.