Biblical Studies                Associates of Arts Degree

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The Biblical Studies Degree will deepen your knowledge and understanding of scriptural truth through careful Bible interpretation.  You will be able to apply the Bible through historical and contextual exploration.  This online degree is the foundation for everything you need in Ministry, Leadership, and Marketplace.

Course Reading

How To Study The Bible

Bible Study Methods by Rick Warren

Prayer

The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson

Theology and Biblical Doctrine

Bible Doctrines by William Menzies & Stanley Horton

Old Testament Survey I (Genesis ~ Job)

Encountering The Old Testament by Bill Arnold & Bryan Beyer

 

Old Testament Survey II (Psalms ~ Malachi)

Encountering The Old Testament by Bill Arnold & Bryan Beyer

New Testament I (Matthew ~ Acts)

New Testament Survey by Merrill Tenney

New Testament I (Romans ~ Revelation)

New Testament Survey by Merrill Tenney

Ministerial Communication

Communication for Change by Andy Stanley & Lane Jones

Leadership Basics

Leadership Essentials by Greg Ogden & Daniel Miller

 

Five Fold Ministry

Understanding The Five Fold Ministry by Matthew D Green

Revivals and Revivalists

The Charismatic Century by Jack Hayford

Authority of the Believer

The Believer's Authority by Andrew Wommack

 

Armor of God & Spiritual Warfare

Dressed to Kill by Rick Renner

 

The Person, Ministry and Gifts of the Holy Spirit

What The Bible Says About The Holy Spirit by Stanley Horton

AA Degree

  • 15 Courses

 

Access to Student Online Account

  • Once enrollment to ABLA has been accepted, the student will be emailed a PASSWORD and LOGIN ID to their personal online page.  The page will have current Courses available to begin their study.
     

  • Students are required to purchase course textbooks.  For the students’ convenience, a purchase link is provided with the course syllabus.

To Receive Degree

  • Completion of 60 class lectures online (15 courses), including all quizes and exams, and book reading.

  • A letter grade of 'C' or higher with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 with a percentage of 75. 

  • No outstanding financial obligation to the ABLA.