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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PBTS Online learning is perfect for those who wanted to have a quality theological education but are not able to stay on campus.

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    Happy New Year!

    by Admin Pbts -

    We welcome 2021 with hope and faith.

    As we prepare for the second semester, may we always remember that the good Lord has been, is, and will always be with us.

    Second semester enrollment is now on-going! 

    Please contact our registrar for more information at registrar@pbts.net.ph 

    Classes begin on January 18, 2021.

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    This is the practice test for the PBTS English Exam for Admission

    This is the comprehensive exam for the Master's Level students of PBTS that they need to take before graduation.

    Although this has no bearing upon the graduation of a particular student, this however, is a measure of a Center's performance in training their students.

    God bless and enjoy!

    This is the comprehensive exam for graduating students in the Bachelor of Theology degree program and the Associate in Ministerial Training.

    This course is a research on the Old and the New Testaments. It is to guide the students to a deeper understanding of the relevant issues pertaining the Scripture through independent research. 

    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 course is a continuation of Biblical Hebrew 1. 

    After learning the Historical Narrative Discourse, this course will now examine the various genres of Direct Speech. 

    This course deals with the historical and exegetical study of the messages of the books of Nahum, Jeremiah, Zephanian, and Habakkuk. It is a study of the political and religious events which affects the nation of Israel (the kingdom of Judah) during the 7th to 6th BCE and of the participation of the prophets of this period which eventually led to the Fall of Jerusalem in  587.

    This course is a survey of the Pauline Epistles, the General Epistles, and Revelation. It includes an examination of the basic historical and critical issues related to each book as well as the theological contribution of each.

    This course is Intermediate Greek. It is a study on syntax and exegesis with readings in 1 Thessalonians, 1 Peter, and other selected readings. It is designed for students who have completed Greek 1. Prerequisite: GR 1.

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