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Learn more about God and His Word at Tomah Baptist Institute

Auditing Requirements*

Full College Credit Requirements*

1. Read Textbook(s)

1. Read Textbook(s)

2. Take Notes

2. Take Notes

3. Take Quizzes

3. Take Quizzes

4. Take Tests

4. Take Tests

5. Receive Certificate of Completion

5. Outside reading and 2 1.2 page book reports; 2 1/2 pages written and a 10-12 page research paper (5 sources min.) or 2 papers, 5 1/2 pages min. on 2 subjects.

6. One additional week of lecture attendance.

7. Additional fees above audit.

8. Reports due during class time.

9. Term paper due last week of the semester.

10. 1-1 1/2 pages on unfinished chapters

*Additional information as required.


DESCRIPTION OF (BI) BIBLE COURSES

Course #

Course Title and Description

Credit Hours

BI 100

Bible Development and Study Methods: A study on the inductive method of study with special emphasis on finding context and syntax, use of Bible maps, commentaries, and exploring other helps.

2 hrs.

BI 101

Biblical Foundations of Ministry:  A study of the principles of the local church as presented in the New Testament.

2 hrs.

BI 111

Introduction to Old Testament:  A general and foundational study of the books of the Old Testament. Special notice will be given to authors, background and contributions that make up its canon.

3 hrs.

BI 112

Introduction to New Testament:  A general and foundational study of the books of the New Testament. Special notice will be given to authors, background and contributions that make up its canon.

3 hrs.

BI 120

Personal Evangelism:  A unique study involving the learning of Scriptural plans to lead people to Christ, as well as the practical training.

2 hrs.

BI 200

Creationism: A Biblical approach toward origins and the various theories advanced in light of true science and the Bible.

2 hrs.

BI 201

Current Trends: A study of various secular and religious trends, religiously and socially that are affecting churches and Christians today.

2 hrs.

BI 211

Life of Christ: A study in the life and times of Jesus Christ, with special note given to general and specific aspects of His ministry.

2 hrs.

BI 232

Christian Ethics: An evaluation of contemporary ethical views regarding right and wrong. Emphasis will be given to the Christian moral view of absolutes.

2 hrs.

BI 241

Bible Doctrines I: A foundational and practical study of the doctrines of Bibliology, Theology Proper, Christology, Pneumatology, and Angelology.

3 hrs.

BI 241

Bible Doctrines II: A foundational and practical study of the doctrines of Anthropology, Harmartiology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology.

3 hrs.

BI 250

Bible Manners and Customs: A study of the historical and cultural backgrounds of both the Old and New Testaments.

2 hrs.

BI 310

Dispensationalism: A study of Dispensationalism as a systematic theology with an emphasis on God’s progressive disclosure in Scripture of His plan of salvation and relationship to man.

2 hrs.

BI 320

Biblical Counseling : A Biblically-centered study of doctrines, methods and approach to counseling. Special emphasis will be placed on “Nuethic” style, as opposed to various secular and pseudo-religious styles.

2 hrs.

BI 330

New Testament Church Doctrines and Administration: A study that combines the doctrinal and practical implementation in administration. Some comparative approaches will also be reviewed.

2 hrs.

BI 340

Biblical Archaeology: Biblical Archaeology is both an interesting and practical course. The student will learn how to use maps to locate Biblical events or cities, and newest finds which remove the old liberal or higher critical views.

2 hrs.

BI 350

Introduction to Missions: This course closely follows the missionary journeys and practices in the book of Acts. The course also looks at specific polity that Paul describes in his epistles.

2 hrs.

BI 360

Pauline Epistles: This course studies the authenticity of each of Paul’s epistles, their historical background, as well as an overview of any specific features.

2 hrs.

BI 365

General Epistles: This course takes the same approach as Pauline Epistles. It is a study of all the epistles not written by Paul from Hebrews through Jude.

2 hrs.

BI 370

Bible Prophesy: This course reviews the historical doctrine of prophesy from the Old and New Testaments. It also specifically looks at End Times prophesy.

2 hrs.

BI 375

Cults: This is a study of major cult movements whose doctrines deviated from historical, Biblical Christianity.

2 hrs.



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