Thanks to the proliferation of materials, it is easier than ever to teach Latin or Greek. However, it can still be daunting for parents with no formal education in ancient languages. The Bethlehem Institute—the non-credit program division of BCS—offers multiple years of Greek and Hebrew that could be used by homeschooling families to meet high school learning requirements.
Topic: Does Theological Education in Missions Matter When the Unreached are Dying and Going to Hell?
Location: Bethlehem Baptist Church, Downtown Campus (Sanctuary), 720 13th Ave S. Minneapolis, MN, 55415
Date: Thursday, September 22, 7:00pm
For the better part of a century, the Protestant church has been focused on “finishing the task” of world evangelization. By God’s grace, the concerted effort to proclaim the gospel among unreached peoples has not been fruitless; the global church grew more in the 20th Century than the nineteen before it combined. But, as evangelical leadership around the world has noted, gospel expansion has not always resulted in doctrinal depth.
September 22–23, 2011
Prospective students and their families are welcomed to visit Bethlehem College and Seminary for our “Preview Days”, September 22–23, in conjunction with the DesiringGod National Conference. Join us Thursday for dinner with the BCS President and faculty, a presentation of BCS’s undergraduate programs, the BCS Special Event, and an ice cream social with students and faculty. Undergraduate students will also have an opportunity to attend classes on Friday.
Bethlehem College and Seminary is pleased to announce that on May 20, 2011, its first Commencement Ceremony was held at Bethlehem’s North Campus at which twelve of its students graduated from their studies.
Our own Jason DeRouchie has completed the shaping of The KINGDOM Bible Reading Plan. He writes:
As God’s disclosure of himself and his purposes in a way we can understand, the Bible is about the good news of God’s kingdom––a kingdom established through covenant for God’s glory in Christ Jesus (Luke 4:43; 24:44–47; Acts 1:3; 20:25; 26:22–23; 28:23, 31). The KINGDOM Bible Reading Plan is designed to help the believer grow in grace from the “whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27).