Two years of study.
A lifetime to serve.
The Bible is your primary textbook. You will learn, think through and apply the truth of God's Word.
A Chronological Approach
No one reads a story by starting in the middle. You start on the first page and go from there. That’s the way we study the Bible at Ethnos360 Bible Institute. This means that the very center of our curriculum is the Word of God, and our method for teaching the Word of God is by chronologically starting with Genesis and continuing through to Revelation.
Block Scheduling and Course Sequencing
In order to facilitate our Chronological approach, Ethnos360 Bible Institute uses a unique format called block scheduling. Instead of a course running one or two days a week for an entire semester, a course runs every day until it is completed. Then, students move on to the next book of the Bible. This intentionality impacts our Theology courses as well. Before we cover a topic systematically, we expose the student to that topic in a Biblical Studies course.
Missions and Ministry
Ministry courses provide students with the skills necessary for ministry including evangelism, discipleship, public speaking, partnership development, and exposure to cross-cultural ministry principles.
Courses in Biblical Studies are designed to explore the Biblical books in an exegetical manner. The goal is to become skilled in interpretation and wise application. Understanding God’s word is essential for becoming effective servants of Christ.
At Ethnos360 Bible Institute, our theology courses are designed to supplement and enhance the student’s understanding of scripture arrived at through an exegetical study of each book. Theology courses provide a topical treatment of the major doctrines of the Bible.