Bachelor of Ministry
The Bachelor of Ministry (B.Min.) is granted for demonstration of basic competencies associated with doing ministry according to the Way of Christ and His Apostles.
Specific program objectives of the B.Min.:
- Master Scripture relevant to church and leadership development, particularly through study of the biblical theology of Acts and the Pauline Epistles.
- Reflect on contributions of leading scholars regarding church and leadership development.
- Address pertinent issues related to church and leadership development and analyze Scripture and other contributions related to those issues.
- Formulate conclusions and personal applications regarding those issues.
- Develop a foundational understanding through an integrated core of interdisciplinary studies.
Ministry programs (B.Min., M.Min., D.Min.GCBTE, C.Min.) are offered by distance education to existing and emerging leaders rooted in local churches, church networks, and other ministry organizations in order to help them be trained and recognized as part of a ministry leadership team that is one-minded in ministry vision and philosophy according to the Way of Christ and His Apostles.
Goals or general objectives of all Antioch School programs:
- Comprehensive development in character, skills, and knowledge for effective ministry.
- Life development and lifelong learning orientation.
- Recognition of and participation in the centrality of the local church in the plan of God.
- Ability to master biblical content, to benefit from significant contributions of scholars, and to build strategic models of ministry accordingly.
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