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

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Final Period

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We are now in the home stretch!

In just a few weeks, our semester (and current school year) will come to a close. We know that it seems so difficult to adjust to this new normal. But, you did it! 

All you have to do now is just keep the rhythm going. And before you know it, you have reached the finish line.

God bless us all!

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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 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 continuation of Biblical Hebrew 1. 

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

This course is a continuation of TH1 .

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This course, Christian Education Research, is designed to prepare students to study, analyze, evaluate, discuss, and present the current trends and issues in Christian Education in the research format. The students are expected to develop their critical thinking skills in writing and presenting their research topics in the area of Christian Education.

This course is an introduction to the principles of research and various research methodologies that students will use in thesis writing. At the end of this course, the student is expected to write a thesis proposal and portion of the literary research required in thesis writing following Turabian style and the institutional standard.

This course is an intensive study of varied approaches to the biblical sermon. Attention will be given to the different types of biblical literature, unique sermon forms, and varied techniques in leading the worship experience. Prerequisite: BP 1.

This course is about the student’s spiritual and physical involvement in practical ministry opportunities and weekly seminars focusing on the Ministerial Ethics -both personal and professional.