This is PBTS Online

Welcome to the online site of PBTS.

PBTS is a theological higher education institution that aims to train God-called and church-affirmed men and women for Christian ministry.

This site is dedicated as the portal of PBTS where courses may be taken online.

PBTS has a team of qualified professors that will be your guide and mentor as you take this online journey to quality theological training.

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    The PBTS English Exam for Admission

    This is a research in the New Testament. It is to orient the students to a deeper understanding of the NT documents through independent research.

    This course is an introduction to the Greek of the New Testament with readings in 1 John and other selected readings. It is intended for those who are beginning the study of the Greek of the New Testament. It serves as preparation for the advanced study of biblical Greek.

    This course is [ catalog description here].

    This is the study of Biblical Hebrew that aims to help the students read the Old Testament in its original language.

    The students will also be introduced to the concept of Discourse Analysis so that the understanding of the text in its context will be forefront.

    No pre-requisites required.

    This course assumes that the students have no prior lessons in Biblical Hebrew.

    This course is a master level course worth 3 credit units.

    This course is a deeper study in Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians. Written between 50-51 AD, these two letters (1 and 2 Thessalonians) were among the earliest letter written by the Apostle Paul. In this letters, the apostle focuses on the theological theme: "The return of Jesus Christ to earth." However, this epistles leave the readers wide awake to the responsibilities of the present and not on focusing on the future. The readers feels the heartbeat of Paul the pastor as he identifies with the young congregation taking first steps in faith.
    Old Testament 1 is an introductory course to the study of the Old Testament on the five first books of the Hebrew Bible also known as the Torah, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy; and the books of the Former Prophets, Joshua, Judges, and Samuel.

    This course is [ catalog description here].

    This is the second of two parts in the study of the Old Testament, that includes the book of Kings, Prophets, and Writings. This course will introduce the different methodologies and approaches to the understanding of the text which will enable the student to read and interpret Old Testament passages with confidence.

    This is the exam page for the CE 1 course taught under the SEE Center in Tarlac City.