A systematic study of what the Bible teaches concerning the existence, attributes, triunity, names and decree of God.
Introduces the student to the major issues regarding the NT Scriptures including canon, synoptic issues, textual criticism, and authorship.
Acquaints the student with the important issues related to the inspiration, canon, text, interpretation, message, and abiding relevance of the Old Testament.
The course aims to equip the student with a basic understanding of the key figures, events, and issues in the history of the medieval church era.
This conference will focus on how the great truths of the Protestant Reformation are still relevant for the present and the future.
Dr. K. Scott Oliphint will deliver six lectures evaluating the epistemology and theological method of one of the foremost scholastic theologians of the medieval period.
Christians are called to defend their hope in the gospel. To that end Reformed Baptist Seminary is offering a three-day seminar on Christian apologetics.
RBS is planning to offer modules on Apologetics, Medieval Church, and the Doctrine of Salvation. Places, Dates, and other details are forthcoming.