Chronological School of Biblical Studies (CSBS) Communications
CHRONOLOGICAL SCHOOL OF BIBLICAL STUDIES
The Chronological School of Biblical Studies (CSBS)
The Bible is a redeeming love story between God and all mankind. The profound truths that lie with-in the pages will change and transform every area of your life. Develop your own convictions regarding God’s holiness, faithfulness, and mercy as you study His words and His acts throughout the history of mankind.
Arrival: September 23rd, 2017
Departure: July 1st, 2018
What is the Chronological School of Biblical Studies?
The CSBS is a 9 month school in which students discover, in chronological order, the story of God’s love for His people. Students will do in-depth studies of all 66 books in the Bible. Students will discover the big picture, while also digging into the details, paragraph by paragraph. We place an emphasis on understanding the cultural and historic background of each author and original reader of each book. Then, the student can interpret Scripture with the mindset of the original reader. Finally, that student can take those truths that transcend time and culture, and apply them to their own lives. Students will use the inductive method to observe, interpret, and apply scripture for themselves. Students will also be a part of weekly worship and intercession, serve the campus during work duty hours, and attend our community gatherings.
Learn to study God’s word with the inductive method
Step 1: Observation
What does the text say? Who, when, where, how?
Step 2: Interpretation
What was the intended meaning of the text when it was written? Why was it said?
Step 3: Application
How can I apply the original message right now, first to myself and then to society?
Tuition is required to be paid in full on or before the first day of each of the three quarters. There is a $150 discount for any student who pays off the entire 3 quarters on or before the first day of the first quarter.
University of the Nations Credits: (CHR 213, 315, 316) These credits may be applied to a UofN degree program or transferred to other participating colleges or universities. Learn more about UofN accreditation.