Bachelors of Christian Theology & Ministry Degree
(The tuition for the Bachelors Degree is $300) 
- Bachelors of Christian Theology & Ministry
- Bachelors of Christian Education
- Bachelors of Christian Care



 

Amherst Theological Seminary offers a Bachelor of Christian Theology & Ministry Degree as well as a
Bachelors of Christian Education in addition to a Bachelors of Christian Care degree. A student
who has been awarded an appropriate Bible Bachelors degree may petition in writing to bypass the
Bachelors Degree sequence. Course credits from other recognized Bible programs may be accepted 
upon examination of the student's transcript. Upon successful completion of all course requirements
the student will be conferred a Bachelors degree. The student may continue to the Masters Level.Level. The Bachelor course
 

BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY & MINISTRY DEGREE PROGRAM:

 

The Bachelors program is designed to give the student a comprehensive understanding of integral

books of the Bible and Biblical concepts.  Each course has been designed to be as concise and clear

as possible while communicating the message. Our courses are designed to present the material in

such a way as to economize on the time spent, yet facilitate a comprehensive understanding.

 

BACHELORS - TUITION: $300:

 

THE STUDENT MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN A:

   BACHELOR OF EDUCATION OR

   BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY & MINISTRY OR

   BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN CARE

 

The 8 survey courses listed here require the student to answer open book, short answer questions

that are thought provoking and insightful. The questions require the student to think and reflect.

Upon submission of the students answers, the student will review their answers with the mentor. 

The student may use any valid christian resources.

NEW TESTAMENT SURVEYS:

    NT-110: MATTHEW, MARK, LUKE, JOHN

    NT-120: PAUL'S EPISTLES

    NT-130: HEBREWS

    NT-140: JAMES

OLD TESTAMENT SURVEYS

    OT-110: THE PENTATEUCH

    OT-120: THE HISTORY BOOKS I

    OT-130: THE HISTORY BOOKS II

    OT-140: PSALMS & PROVERBS

The following courses consist submission of short essays 5 to 10 pages and a sermon outline

in which the student will research the topic using valid Christian resources. Upon submission of

of the essays, the student will review their essays with the mentor. 

THEOLOGY

    TH-100: THEOLOGY PROPER:

         The study of faith: The study of God and of God's relation to the world

    TH-110: PRACTICAL THEOLOGY

         The study of practice and experience of faith  

CHURCH HISTORY

    HI-110 CHURCH HISTORY

         A discussion of the history of Christianity

    HI-120 BIBLICAL ARCHEOLOGY

         Examines how archeology verifies the Bible story 

EDUCATION:CHURCH STUDIES

    (THE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION MUST PICK 5 DOCTRINAL STUDIES CLASSES)

    CH-100 CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES

         Studies how Christian Ministries contribute to the overall spread of the Christian message    

    CH-110 CHURCH PLANTING

         Examines how churches are started "from scratch" and propagated

    CH-120 CHURCH BUSINESS METHODS

         A discussion of installing and maintaining the various business records of the church

    CH-130 CHRISTIAN DAY SCHOOL

         Studies the establishment and ongoing requirements of a christian school

CHRISTIAN CARE

   (THE BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING MUST PICK 7 DOCTRINAL STUDIES CLASSES)

    CO-100 THE SIN NATURE & THE HEART

         Introduces the "Walk Applied" Christian Counseling Model 

    CO-110 GODLY HEALING

         Studies the "Walk Applied" christian healing methodologies

DOCTRINAL STUDIES

    DO-110 SOTERIOLOGY – DOCTRINE OF SALVATION

         A discussion of the Salvation covenant and it's implications

    DO-120 HAMARTIOLOGY – DOCTRINE OF SIN

         Examines the realities of sin

    DO-130 BIBLIOLOGY – DOCTRINE OF THE BIBLE

         Studies the Bible as God's revelation to humanity

    DO-140 PNEUMATOLOGY – STUDY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

         A discussion of who the Holy Spirit is and how He leads us into all truth

    DO-150 CHRISTOLOGY – THE STUDY OF CHRIST

         Examines the deity of Jesus

    DO-160 SATANOLOGY & ANGELOGY

         An introduction to the Spiritual realm

    DO-170 BAPTISM OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

         What is meant by the "Baptism of the Holy Spirit"?

    DO-180 CREATION VS EVOLUTION

         Examines the issues re: the ongoing debate

    DO-190 REGENERATION, SANCTIFICATION & JUSTIFICATION

         A look at the result of salvation. 

BACHELORS' THESIS:

    Create and deliver a sermon series consisting of at least 3 sermons

    on the subject of the student's choice, with the approval of the

    student's mentor and the vice chancellor

 

THE STATEMENT OF THE CALL:

    Write an essay that describes what you feel your calling is

    and how you think the Spirit is leading you.