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Third and Fourth Year of Biblical Studies : Distance Learning for the Incarcerated, Volume 3: Distance Learning for the Incarcerated

By Flowers, Beth, Dr.

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Reproduction Date: 3/24/2021

Title: Third and Fourth Year of Biblical Studies : Distance Learning for the Incarcerated, Volume 3: Distance Learning for the Incarcerated  
Author: Flowers, Beth, Dr.
Volume: Volume 3
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, The Bible
Collections: Christianity, Authors Community
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Publisher: Integrity Bible College
Member Page: Barflower


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Flowersitor, D. B., & Cushmanitor, W. (Eds.). (2021). Third and Fourth Year of Biblical Studies : Distance Learning for the Incarcerated, Volume 3. Retrieved from

What does distance learning have to do with the Bible? How can a person who cannot go to a college campus become a Bible student? Are the incarcerated cut off from learning the word of God which could help them repent and change their lives? Integrity Bible College addresses these concerns in this Introduction to Integrity Bible College. You will learn the background and history of this non-profit outreach to those who most need salvation. There is also an application for admission so that even the incarcerated can study through distance learning at the Department of Corrections facility where they are doing their time.

Coursework for a distance learning degree in Biblical Studies. Contains syllabi for junior and senior year of college studies.

Integrity Bible College has its roots in the Bible Institute and Bible College movements in the United States. These movements began with the instruction of believers for worldwide Christian service following the Second World War and the Korean conflict. In the last 50 years residential instruction has become very expensive and, facing insufficient endowment, many fine Bible colleges have closed, replaced by distance learning models and the ascendancy of internet technology. In response to the felt need of educational recognition, most three year Bible Institutes have morphed into four years, degree granting Bible colleges. Integrity Bible Ministries was incorporated in February 2011 under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to facilitate the equipping of believers unable to pay for the high cost of resident education and for others for whom resident education is not a viable option. It was approved to grant degrees by the Florida Department of Education in August 2011 under section 1005.06(1)(5) of the Florida Education Code. Integrity Bible College has approximately 150 students as of 2021.

Table of Contents
History of Integrity Bible College 3 Philosophy of Ministry 4 Philosophy of Education 6 Program of Study 7 IBC Bible Degree Programs 7 Integrity Bible Ministries Doctrinal Statement 9 Required Courses for AA 11 Required Courses for BA 12 Elective Courses 13 Application for Admission 14 General Information about our Program 15 BI-102E Exodus Syllabus 17 BI-103E Leviticus Syllabus 26 BI-106E Joshua, Judges, and Ruth Syllabus 38 BI-301 The Gospel of Matthew Syllabus 49 BI-303 The Gospel of John Syllabus 61 TH-301 The Doctrine of Created Spirit Beings Syllabus 71 TH-302 Doctrine of Man Syllabus 89 CM-301 Introduction to Missions Syllabus 110 BI-304 Acts and the Epistles Part 1 Syllabus 120 BI-305 Acts and the Epistles Part 2 132 TH-303 The Doctrine of Sin Syllabus 143 TH-304 The Doctrine of Salvation Syllabus 153 BI-401 Acts and the Epistles Part 3 Syllabus 176 BI-402 - Acts and the Epistles Part 4 Syllabus 186 TH-401 Doctrine of the Church Syllabus 195 TH-402 Doctrine of Future Things Syllabus 221 CE-401 Christian Leadership Syllabus 246 BI-403 Daniel - Revelation Syllabus 254 BI-404 Inductive Study of 1 Peter Syllabus 276 TH-403 Personal Eschatology Syllabus 279 CM-321E Exhortation Syllabus 292 CM-322E The Gift of Mercy Syllabus 304 CM-323E Prophecy Syllabus 312 CM-324E Gifts of Teaching and Pastor-Teaching Syllabus 322 BI-44XE Inductive Bible Book Study Elective Syllabus 332 Agassiz and the Fish 334 CL-44XE Christian Literature Elective Syllabus 337 How to Write a Bibliography 340 BI-501E Inductive Study of Titus Syllabus 346 BI-502E Inductive Study of Colossians Syllabus 349 TH-503E Survey of Theology Syllabus 367 BI-601 Inductive Philippians Bible Study Syllabus 373 TH-602 Theological Systems Syllabus 403 BI - 604 Bible Synthesis 406


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