ACADEMICS

CERTIFICATE OF BIBLICAL STUDIES

This is an eight course, one year program that provides students with a fundamental understanding of Christian doctrines and surveys the entire Bible.

This program is perfectly suited for Sunday School teachers, Small Group leaders and laypersons with a desire to understand systematic understanding of the Bible.

Courses and FAQ

Why I Should Believe & Follow the Bible

How It All Began

The Radical, Life-Changing Jesus

Tools for Discovering Biblical Truth

God’s Master Plan Unfolds

It Matters What You Believe

God Speaks to His People, Then and Now

God’s Master Plan Fulfilled

When are classes?
Classes meet on Monday Nights from 6:00 PM to 9:40 PM.

Where do classes meet?
Classes are heald at Whitesburg Baptist Church, 6806 Whitesburg Drive in Huntsville. Call 256-924-0511 for current information.

What will it cost?
$150.00 per course, plus course books.

Are there other fees?
No.

Is there a lot of homework?
There will be some tests or graded assignments; you should expect 2-5 hours of reading each week.

Will I be awarded a degree?
No, these are not accredited courses.

May I enroll for individual classes?
Yes

How do I enroll?
Call us at 256-924-0511 or online at LegacyBibleCollege.net

BIBLE DIPLOMA PROGRAM

This program builds upon the foundations of the Certificate Program and offers more detailed and specific information about the Gospels, the beginning of the Church, how the Old and New Testaments relate, and introduces the concept of Worldview and comparative religious of the world.

Courses

The Gospel Unpacked

The Beautiful Love of God

Finding the Old Testament in the New?

Finding the New Testament in the Old

The Holy Spirit Builds Christ’s Church

So You Think Your Problems are New?

Defending Your Worldview

What do they Teach?

GRADUATE PROGRAM

The following are the programs LBC offers in the graduate program. To apply for Graduate program, go to Graduate Admissions

CERTIFICATE OF BIBLICAL LANGUAGES

This is a 6 course 2 year program that provides students with basic knowledge of Greek, Hebrew and Hermeneutics.

The goal of the program is to equip students with the following:

Develop Biblical analysis skills.

Demonstrate ability to exegete the Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible.

MASTERS OF RELIGION

This is a two year 48 credit hour program, with specialization in Pastoral Ministry, Christian Education, Bible Exegesis, or Theological Studies.
Master of Religion in Pastoral Ministry

 

Fall

Spring

Year 1

Hermeneutics

NT survey

 

Counseling/Conflict Resolution

Pastoral Ministry

 

Church Administration

Evangelism and Apologetics

 

OT Survey

Church History

Year 2

Systematic Theology I

Principles of Discipleship

 

Teaching Ministry of the Church

Church Ministries and Missions

 

Evangelism

Preaching/Teaching Practicum

 

Systematic Theology II

Systematic Theology II

Master of Religion in Christian Education

Fall

Spring

Year 1

Hermeneutics

New Testament Survey

Counseling/Conflict Resolution

Pastoral Ministry

Church Administration

Apologetics

OT Survey

Church History

Year 2

Systematic Theology I

Principles of Discipleship

Teaching Ministry of the Church

Missions

Evangelism

Expository Preaching

Systematic Theology II

Family Ministry

Master of Religion in Bible Exegesis
 

Fall

Spring

Year 1

Hermeneutics

NT survey

 

Greek 1

Greek 3: Exegesis

 

Greek 2

Apologetics

 

OT survey

Greek 4: Exegesis

 

 

 

Year 2

Systematic Theology I

Theological Method

 

Hebrew 1

Hebrew 3: Exegesis

 

Hebrew 2

Expository Preaching

 

Systematic Theology II

Hebrew 4: Exegesis

Course Descriptions

Introduction to Greek grammar: an introductory study of the basic elements of New Testament Greek.

Intermediate Greek grammar: The building of a Greek vocabulary, and translation of portions of the New Testament.

A comprehensive survey of morphology and syntax, the building of a Greek vocabulary, an introduction to textual criticism, and the development of an exegetical methodology with reading in selected passages of the Greek New Testament.

Exegetical study of select passages from the Greek text of the gospels. Application of exegetical methodology and discussion of background issues, including historical backgrounds, composition, authorship, and distinctives of each book. Special attention given to assessment of modern critical methods for the interpretation of the biblical text.

Introduction to Hebrew grammar: Basic grammar with translation and written exercises.

Intermediate Hebrew grammar: Additional grammar and syntax with emphasis on reading and translation in selected biblical texts.

Emphasis on the reading and grammatical analysis of Hebrew prose texts and an introduction to exegetical methodology including morphology and syntax.

A comprehensive survey of morphology and syntax, the building of a Hebrew vocabulary, and selected passages of Hebrew text with emphasis on reading, translation and exegesis of the passages.

Master of Religion in Theological Studies
 

Fall

Spring

Year 1

Hermeneutics

NT survey

 

NT Theology

Worldview

 

OT Theology

Apologetics

 

OT Survey

Church History

   

Year 2

Systematic Theology I

Theological Method

 

Ethics

Mosaic Law

 

Bibliology

Expository Preaching

 

Systematic Theology II

Eschatology