Fall 2018

Fall 2018

Introduction To Theology

An introduction to understanding the various doctrines that define who God is.

Teacher: Glen J. Cannon, Paul Andrulonis

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Fall 2018

Hebrews & General Epistles

A study of Hebrews, Peter's writings, James, and Jude

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller, Philippe Serradji,

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Spring 2018

Spring 2018

Psalms & Wisdom Literature

Books of Poetry- Psalms, Proverbs, Job, and Song of Solomon

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller, Philippe Serradji

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Spring 2018

Survey of Doctrine 2

Part 2 of Survey of Doctrine

Teacher: Bruce McM. Wright

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Fall 2017

Fall 2017

Book of Acts

A study in Acts

Teacher: Glen J. Cannon, Dennis White

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Fall 2017

Survey of Doctrine 1



Teacher: Bruce McM. Wright

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Spring 2017

Spring 2017

Galatians


Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli, Duane George

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Spring 2017

Biblical Psychology


Teacher:Thomas P. Schaller

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Fall 2016

Fall 2016

Intro to Theology

The objective of this class is to introduce you to the study of theology. On completion of this course, you will: * Recognize the reality of your new heart and therefore have a new capacity for study and worship of God * Understand God's way of revealing Himself through the inspired Word * Understand the "packaging" of that communication * Recognize the thought and the word, and theologians who built their lives and ministry on that thought * Better understand your Bible by meditation and the teaching of Gods thought regarding Himself, Israel, Gentiles, and the world to come

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Spring 2016

Spring 2016

Pauline Epistles 2

By reading from Paul's letters we can be persuaded by his own words what to believe concerning Jesus Christ. His missionary journeys give us a better understanding of the circumstances surrounding his letters. We will learn about God's leading and how the message made it to Europe. As the destiny of Israel to acquire the land so we, in our belief in Jesus step into our destiny.

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Spring 2016

Church Planting

Most of what happens in Church planting happens outside of the Church doors. God plants something in our hearts that can change someone else, there is no better way to spend our lives. But to understand Church planting we must understand what the Church is, so the definition of a Church will be explained. You'll hear key stories and real life events that reveal the "how to" of Church planting.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Summer 2016

Summer 2016

History & Prophecy

We'll learn how to equate history and prophecy in this series- Josephus' war of the Jews, The Ethiopian connection, Current/recent wars, Apostolic faith through the Dark Ages.

Teacher: Phil Norman Hosts Panel

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Summer 2016

The Life of David

David, the one anointed by Samuel to be King of Israel who later trusted that God would deliver Goliath into his hands. The Bible refers to this Shepard boy who became a King as a man that had Gods heart. From the caves as he evaded Saul to his imperfect reign as King of God's people, his life can challenge us to grow in grace.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2015

Fall 2015

Introduction to Missions

How missions relates to the Old Testament, practical advice from experienced missionaries, and Church history- the development of missions along with missionary biographies.

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller, Adam Speedy

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Fall 2015

Pauline Epistles: Romans

This course is an in depth study of Paul's letter to the Christians in Rome. Romans with the foundation of grace and faith explains sin of the immoral, moral, and religious man concluding all under sin. But God can be met through justification by faith and we'll learn victorious living.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Spring 2015

Spring 2015

Essentials of Teaching

This course is designed on the premise that every christian has been commissioned to be a teacher in some capacity for some point in his or her life, and so should be introduced to the essential ideas of teaching and learning. (the video series used for this class is not available here, credit students must contact MBC&S)

Teacher: Nathan McFarland

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Summer 2015

Summer 2015

Science from a Biblical perspective

The Bible and Science converge with Phenomenology and the Bible, the importance of Anthropology in mission work, the Levitical laws, Biblical Mathematics, Leprosy, the Physiology of faith, and historicity in Genesis.

Teacher: Phil Norman, Hosts Panel

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Summer 2015

Ezra and Nehemiah

The call, purpose, and commission of Ezra and Nehemiah to rebuild the wall and temple in the face of political opposition. This was accomplished by the children of Israel being unified, having a spiritual life of prayer, and a knowledge of the word of God. The end times are discussed. Also, how Ezra and Nehemiah relate to the great commission when Gods grace and faithfulness are revealed to us. )

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2014

Fall 2014

Introduction to Christian Education

The lectures heard in this course lists the home, church, and school as some of the environments where God can use you to educate others. Pastors, missionaries, and counselors all have the responsibility to be teachers. The Church of Jesus Christ at large endeavors to impart the life giving message of the gospel to others.

Teacher: Doug Janssen

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Fall 2014

Hebrews and General Epistles

An introduction to Hebrews, James, 1st-2nd Peter, and Jude that leads to an understanding of the theological meanings of these wonderful books in light of the historical contexts.

Teacher: Glen J. Cannon

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Spring 2014

Spring 2014

Critical Counseling Issues

How to counsel ourselves and others in the midst of a chaotic world.

Teacher: John J. Hadley

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Fall 2013

Fall 2013

Great Leaders of the Bible

Studying the life of men that made a difference in their generation.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2012

Fall 2012

Foundations, Book of Romans #7



Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Fall 2012

Methods of Evangelism



Teacher: Butch Veaderr

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Fall 2012

Bible Survey 1



Teacher: Steve Andrulonis

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Fall 2012

Discipleship



Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Spring 2012

Spring 2012

Survey of Doctrine 2



Teacher: Bruce McM. Wright

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Spring 2012

Foundations 4

A verse-by-verse examination of the Book of Romans taught via video by the late Carl H. Stevens Jr., founder of Maryland Bible College and Seminary. Pastor Stevens provides an extraordinary, well-researched exposition of the text that gives students sound principles for life application.

Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Spring 2012

Principles of Church Administration

Understanding the administration of the Church

Teacher: Peter Taggart

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Summer 2012

Summer 2012

A Biblical View of the Sciences

This course serves as an overview of the physical and natural sciences from a biblically conservative perspective. Intended to give Christians a framework for thinking centered on the premise that the Bible is Gods inerrant, verbal, plenary inspired revelation of His plan, purpose and character to mankind. While recognizing that proper scientific research produces facts about the observable universe, the class provides a means of interpreting those facts from this premise.

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Fall 2011

Fall 2011

Introduction to Church Ministries

This course introduces the practical ministry of the church. It offers a doctrinally sound, practical, and wisdom filled overview of church ministry through a look at three of her prevalent ministries, Youth, Outreach, and Music. Students learn Biblical premises for these ministries, practical and spiritual insight in developing them and serving in them, vision and understanding of the people they minister to, and divine wisdom that is applicable to any church ministry.

Teacher: John A. Love, Arto Nousiainen, Kevin Cooper,

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Fall 2011

Introduction to Missions

This course presents a broad historical overview and interesting cross-field samplings of mission life. It is also the foundation course for all other missions courses and for the missions viewpoint. Students review Scriptures that reveal that all believers are intended by God to be missionary disciples with a call and a vision founded on the Scriptures. Emphasis is given to the modern trends and problems specific to missions in various cultures, tasks, and relationships.

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Fall 2011

Leadership 3

The course will survey great men of the Bible and the foundational principles of their lives and walks with God. Key doctrines will be taught in reference to the men of God throughout the Old Testament and New Testament. Practical and personal applications will be presented in reference to the Church and the Christian life. This course covers the pastoral epistles of the books of II Timothy and Titus.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2011

Foundations

A verse-by-verse examination of the Book of Romans taught via video by the late Carl H. Stevens Jr., founder of Maryland Bible College and Seminary. Pastor Stevens provides an extraordinary, well-researched exposition of the text that gives students sound principles for life application.

Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Fall 2011

Survey of Doctrine 1

The first of a two semester examination of the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith including bibliology, theology of the Godhead, Christology, biblical anthropology, hamartiology, and angelology.

Teacher: Bruce McM. Wright

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Spring 2011

Spring 2011

Leadership 2

The course will survey great men of the Bible and the foundational principles of their lives and walks with God. Key doctrines will be taught in reference to the men of God throughout the Old Testament and New Testament. Practical and personal applications will be presented in reference to the Church and the Christian life. This course covers the pastoral epistles of the books of II Timothy & Titus.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Spring 2011

Foundations 2

A verse-by-verse examination of the Book of Romans taught via video by the late Carl H. Stevens Jr., founder of Maryland Bible College and Seminary. Pastor Stevens provides an extraordinary, well-researched exposition of the text that gives students sound principles for life application.

Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Spring 2011

Homiletics

To gain exposure to healthy Biblical teaching by listening and spiritually analyzing content, delivery, and anointing of messages.

Thomas P. Schaller

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Spring 2011

Hermeneutics

This course examines the history of hermeneutic lessons of church history. Students receive practice in proper habits of Bible reading and study, interpretation, and the use of proper reference, linguistic, and contextual tools.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2010

Fall 2010

Foundations 1

A verse-by-verse examination of the Bible taught via video by the late Pastor Carl H. Stevens Jr., founder of Maryland Bible College and Seminary. Pastor Stevens provides an extraordinary, well-researched exposition of the text that gives students sound principles for life application.

Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Fall 2010

Leadership 1

The course will survey 1 Timothy. Key doctrines will be taught in reference to this epistle in the New Testament. Practical and personal applications will be presented in reference to the Church and the Christian life.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2010

Gospels

Overall, this course is designed to give each student a practical yet sound, theological understanding of the Gospels. The greater the student's ability to rightly divide the truth contained in the Gospels, the more profound and focused will be his presentation of the Gospel to the unbelieving. The student will also have a more enhanced understanding of the remainder of the New Testament. On a more specific note, this course will attempt to provide its students with the social and historical setting of the Gospel story, and to see through these four portraits of the Savior (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) the church's testimony concerning Jesus. We will present our Lord as Israel's long awaited Messiah, emphasizing both his humanity and his divinity, and "declaring him to be the Son of God with power" (Romans 1:4).

Teacher: John A. Love

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Fall 2010

Introduction to Theology

The objective of this class is to introduce you to the study of theology. On completion of this course, you will: * Recognize the reality of your new heart and therefore have a new capacity for study and worship of God * Understand God's way of revealing Himself through the inspired Word * Understand the "packaging" of that communication * Recognize the thought and the word, and theologians who built their lives and ministry on that thought * Better understand your Bible by meditation and the teaching of Gods thought regarding Himself, Israel, Gentiles, and the world to come

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Spring 2010

Spring 2010

The Church in World History 2

Course presents an overview of the development of the Church in the context of the events of the day. Highlights significant points of doctrinal and ecclesiastical challenges, changes, and corrections. These classes will cover the time period from the Reformation (1500s) to the present day.

Teacher: Steve Andrulonis

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Spring 2010

Cross Cultural Evangelism

Study of theological foundation for all motivational elements of evangelism. Teach methods for evangelism among various peoples. Practice these methods in Baltimore City.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Spring 2010

1-3 John, Revelation

Course provides the student with a thorough understanding of I, II, III John and Revelation by means of reading and utilizing textual, categorical and exegetical study. A sensible, balanced hermeneutically sound approach will be taken with the book of Revelation in understanding both its immediate application to our lives and its prophetic content in these last days.

Teacher: John A. Love

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Spring 2010

Foundations 8

A verse-by-verse examination of the Bible taught via video by the late Pastor Carl H. Stevens Jr., founder of Maryland Bible College and Seminary. Pastor Stevens provides an extraordinary, well-researched exposition of the text that gives students sound principles for life application.

Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Spring 2010

Leadership 4

Leadership Four deals with the disciplines and relationships of the leader. It is split up into three portions - (1) The leaders relationship with God: Personal and spiritual disciplines, (2) The leaders relationship with the Body: Having relationships based upon love and the person of Jesus Christ, (3) The leaders relationship with the world: his mission, his work, his influence.

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Fall 2009

Fall 2009

Foundations 7

A verse-by-verse examination of the Bible taught via video by the late Pastor Carl H. Stevens Jr., founder of Maryland Bible College and Seminary. Pastor Stevens provides an extraordinary, well-researched exposition of the text that gives students sound principles for life application.

Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Fall 2009

Leadership 3: Great Men of the Bible

The course will survey great men of the Bible and the foundational principles of their lives and walks with God. Key doctrines will be taught in reference to the men of God throughout the Old Testament and New Testament. Practical and personal applications will be presented in reference to the Church and the Christian life.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Fall 2009

Counseling Fundamentals

The natural/carnal mind is distinctly different from the transformed mind - the mind of Christ. This course will establish believers in understanding the difference and realizing the pleasure and joy of walking in Christ's mind with its ability to process information and relate to God, the self, the world, and the mission.

Teacher: Thomas P. Schaller

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Fall 2009

The Church in World History 1

The class will examine world history through the Reformation Period. Specific emphasis will be made on the role of the Christian Church and, to some extent, the place of Israel in the context of these eras.

Teacher: Steve Andrulonis

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Fall 2009

Acts

This class will survey the book of Acts as well as study the lives of Peter, Paul, Barnabas, Stephen and Philip and how they were able to proclaim the good news of Christ's victory to the uttermost parts of the earth.

Teacher: Steven S. Scibelli

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Spring 2008

Spring 2008

Foundations - The Book of Revelations - Part 2



Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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Fall 2007

Fall 2007

Foundations – The Book of Revelations



Teacher: Carl H. Stevens

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