Bethlehem Institute offers these non-credit bearing courses and resources to encourage you and your church small group in serious adult theological education. These resources are saturated with Bethlehem’s God-centered, Bible-saturated view of “Christian Hedonism” that God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him.
Bethlehem has teamed up with BibleMesh to offer single-user online courses for individual study at one’s own pace. Two certificate programs, comprised of multiple courses, are designed to equip students in theology, Bible study, and Biblical leadership.
Bethlehem College & Seminary offers free PDFs of our core curriculum with both Instructor & Student Guides.
Also available are a number of teaching video resources from Bethlehem College & Seminary professors. These teaching videos will enhance any home small group study or Sunday school class time.
Give from Your Heart: Magnifying Christ in Financial Stewardship is a six-week course advancing the truth that Christian giving ought to be prompted, motivated, and sustained by a glorious vision of the sovereign and self-giving God. The course will
The Kingdom of God Is at Hand: Understanding Jesus’ Proclamation is a six-week course advancing the truth that the kingdom of God has been inaugurated by Jesus but not yet consummated. The course will seek to provide an understanding
Tracing God’s Ways is a 12-week course that attempts to provide students with a comprehensive, chronological, and biblical overview of God’s purposes as they are providentially unfolding in redemptive history. The course begins with creation and the garden of Eden
The Chronicles of Narnia are some of the most beloved children’s books of all time. But are they really just for children? Or is there more in Narnia than meets the eye? This twelve-week course will examine The Chronicles
Biblical Womanhood in a Postmodern Culture: Standing on the Truth in Our Shaky World is an inductive Bible study designed specifically for women. The purpose of this study is to encourage and equip women through the study of the
Shepherds Under God: Elders Who Joyfully Govern God’s Flock is a 12-week course that examines the Bible’s teaching on the presence, responsibilities, qualifications, and importance of elders in the local church. The course is primarily designed for the training
God-Centered Living: Christian Hedonism and the Life of Faith is a 12-week course designed to introduce students to the dangerous duty of delighting in God and how that plays out in living the day-to-day Christian life by faith. This
Mining God’s Word: How to Study the Bible is a 12-week course designed to introduce students to inductive Bible study, leading to life-long digging and delighting in God’s Word. This course is an introduction to the methodology of inductive
Theological Foundations I: Essentials of Christian Doctrine is a 12-week course designed to introduce students to a systematic treatment of theology, leading to both Christ-centered worship and the living-out of doctrinal truths. This course is an attempt to systematically
Theological Foundations II: Essentials of Christian Doctrine is a 12-week course designed to introduce students to a systematic treatment of theology, leading to both Christ-centered worship and the living-out of doctrinal truths. This course is an attempt to systematically
New Testament Survey: The Apostolic Witness to Jesus Christ is a 12-lesson introduction to the New Testament. This course surveys the message of the New Testament, both at the individual book level and at the canonical level. This course
The Old Testament Survey I: A Christ-Centered Approach to Studying Jesus’ Bible is intended to survey the message of the Old Testament, both at the individual book level and at the canonical level. That is, students will not only
The Old Testament Survey II: A Christ-Centered Approach to Studying Jesus’ Bible is intended to survey the message of the Old Testament, both at the individual book level and at the canonical level. at is, students will not only
Biblical doctrine helps the church to remain steadfast and strong in a world where false teaching runs rampant. For this reason, Paul devoted himself to teaching “the whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27). Systematic theology is an effort to
Why Did God Create the World? Few questions are more fundamental to human existence, and few people have thought as deeply and biblically about this question as Jonathan Edwards. In this seven-lesson DVD, Professor Joe Rigney walks step by
Introducing tools and strategies for effective personal study of God’s word. Professor Brian Tabb presents fresh teaching on interpreting the Gospels, Letters, and Revelation in their historical-cultural, literary, and whole-bible theological contexts, while offering training in key inductive Bible
The things of earth. They surround us on every side. They compete for our attention. They occupy our minds and delight our hearts. What are we to do with the things of earth? Embrace them? Reject them? Use them?
The Lord Jesus Christ not only sets men free from the chocolate-covered chains of sexual sin, but he also out-satisfies sexual sin’s deceitful sweetness with his own infinite sweetness! Because of this glorious truth, we are compelled to share
Biblearc is an online tool that provides you with a path for deeper study of the scriptures. It was designed by a Bethlehem graduate to automate the “arcing” technique for Biblical exegesis commended by the seminary faculty. A nominal subscription opens a powerful Bible study tool box, additional online courses, and capabilities for social media collaboration.