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Darrell Bock to teach at BI in July


Dr. Darrell L. Bock, research professor of New Testament studies and professor of spiritual development and culture at Dallas Theological Seminary, serves as editor-at-large forChristianity Today, and is on the board of Chosen People Ministries and Wheaton College. From 2000 to 2001, Dr. Bock served as president of the Evangelical Theological Society. Dr Darrell Bock has earned international recognition as a Humboldt Scholar for his work in Luke-Acts, historical Jesus study, biblical theology, as well as with messianic Jewish ministries. He has published articles in the Los Angeles Times and The Dallas Morning News and is a well-known author of over 30 books.

Craig Blomberg to give Graduate Seminar at BI


Craig Blomberg is distinguished professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary, where he has been teaching since 1986. Blomberg earned degrees from Augustana College, Trinity Divinity School, and Aberdeen University in Scotland. He previously taught at Palm Beach Atlantic College and spent one year in Cambridge as a research fellow with Tyndale House. He has been on translation committees for the New Living Translation, English Standard Version, and the Holman Christian Standard Bible.

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Why study the OT?


When studying scripture it is rightly said that context is king. Jesus did not come from heaven to earth in a mystical or mysterious vacuum; he had a family and that family had a history. To know the Old Testament is to know that history and the context of Jesus’ words and actions as well as the prophecies made about Him. To know the Old Testament is to know the purposes of God towards His creation, through His dealings with Israel, beginning with Adam and culminating in the redemption of His glorious Church. In this course your lecturers will be two experienced Old Testament researchers and scholars, Dr Daniel Simango, (Principal of the Bible Institute) and Dr Karl Peterson (former lecturer at the Bible Institute)
Who is Sizwe Maseti?

Sizwe Maseti was born in the Eastern Cape and was schooled in Cape Town. He holds a diploma in IT Technology, working in the industry for five years and specialising in hardware development . He is a past student of the Bible Institute, graduating with a BTh/LTh followed by BA (Hons) Theology in 2015. Sizwe is currently a Masters candidate in Old Testament studies with Stellenbosch University. Sizwe is heading up a church plant in the Makhaza area of Khayelitsha. He is married to Sethu and they have twin girls and a baby boy.

If you are thinking of coming to Bible School you need to know the background and the ethos of that school. Here’s ours…

  • "BI has been a great blessing to me in a way that words cannot explain. I do not regret coming to BI at all. I have experiences growth in my life, especially in handling the Word of God with diligence. Now I can preach and do Bible Studies with confidence knowing that I have been equipped with the right tools that will help me in my ministry for the rest of my life."
    Rev Sizwe Maseti (graduated 2014)
     
  • I'm thankful for the education I received at BI..invaluable! I have great memories there..chapel, cross-cultural experiences, growing in the knowledge of Christ and seeing it expressed through people's lives..fantastic! Keep up the good work in the strength that the Lord provides.
    Daniel Borden, Harrisonberg Virginia, graduated 2008
     
  • "My experience at BI is without doubt one of the greatest blessings the Lord has enriched my life with. I never would have anticipated such equipping for ministry by way of Christ-centred lectures from godly people, stimulating conversations, interactions with friends of diverse cultural and theological backgrounds, and simply just doing life on campus."
     Victor Emma-Adamah (Graduated 2013, PhD Cambridge candidate) 
     
  • I was at BI from 82 - 85. May the good Lord continue to use BI as a Gospel, Christ centered place of instruction for workers in his vineyard. To God be the glory alone.
    Rev Mark Edgecomb (graduated 1985)