The Front Range Bible Institute is pleased to announce its spring quarter 2012 classes. FRBI offers quality biblical and theological instruction to students at the local church level.

FRBI’s curriculum is designed to help Christians become equipped in a wide range of biblical, theological, and pastoral issues to better live out their Christian faith and to help equip them for effective service to Jesus Christ.

Classes start Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 and last for 11 weeks thru June 14.

  • All courses are taught by seminary trained professors who hold a Master of Divinity degree or higher.
  • VA benefits may be used towards education costs under Front Range Bible Institute.
  • Continuing education credit is available for Christian educators working under ACSI.

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The following courses will be offered this spring (April 3 – June 14):

Tuesdays 5:45pm – 8:00pm,

  • Homiletics / Teaching & Preaching (FMT801) – Professor Al Albano
    Instruction in homiletical methodology emphasizing basic principles of sermonic organization
    Elective for Audit & CBS. Required for BBS, MBS & MDIV. No Prerequisite

Tuesdays 8:00pm – 10:15pm

  • Applications of Biblical Counseling (FMT702) – Professor Rob Zietlow
    Application of essentials for the counselor and key elements of the counseling process
    Elective for Audit & CBS. Required for BBS, MBS & MDIV. No Prerequisite
  • Greek Exegesis III (NTL603) – Professor Brian Shepherd
    Application of exegetical methodologies in careful study of several epistles
    Elective for Audit, CBS, BBS & MBS. Required for MDIV. Prerequisite: NTL 501-601

Thursdays 5:45pm – 8:00pm

  • Apologetics / Defending the Gospel (BST701) – Professor Lance Gentry
    Development of a consistent apologetic from a systematic exegetical approach.
    Elective for Audit. Required for CBS, BBS, MBS & MDIV. No Prerequisite

Thursdays 8:00pm – 10:15pm

Independent Study

    Prior Instructor Approval Required.
    Each course is directed by an FRBI Professor. Instruction is generally provided via DVD’s with active communication between student and professor. Students are responsible to complete the same requirements of classroom courses within the quarter.