Knoxville School of the Bible
on the campus of The Crown College of the Bible
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Monday Evenings, January 26 - April 27
|The New Testament Church||7:00-7:40 PM|
|The Life of Christ||7:45-8:25 PM|
|Survey of the New Testament II||8:30-9:10 PM|
Registering for the Knoxville School of the Bible is easy. Simply fill out the online registration form today.
Students may also register on the first night of classes - Monday, September 8, from 6:45 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Room 110 at the Crown College campus.
The Knoxville School of the Bible is an education program which helps believers to expand their understanding of the Bible and to be prepared for ministry in the local church. The school is designed for lay people and lay workers in the church. This includes deacons, Sunday School teachers, youth and children’s workers, Bible study leaders, and many others who simply desire to deepen their Bible knowledge and enhance their ability to serve the Lord.
Enrollment is open to men and women who have a sincere desire to know more of God’s Word. No academic prerequisites are in effect. Students come from all types of backgrounds and professions. Enrollment is open to adults of all ages and also to high school Juniors and Seniors.
$25 per class or $60 for all three courses. This cost includes a beautifully-prepared Student Notebook for each course.
Complete all twelve courses and earn a Biblical Studies Certificate! Graduates of the Knoxville School of the Bible may participate in the commencement exercises of Crown College.
SB101 Personal Evangelism
SB102 Survey of the Old Testament I
SB103 Basic Bible Doctrine I
SB201 Methods of Bible Study
SB202 Survey of the Old Testament II
SB203 Basic Bible Doctrine II
SB301 Teaching the Bible
SB302 The Christian Home
SB303 Survey of the New Testament I
SB401 Survey of the New Testament II
SB402 The New Testament Church
SB403 The Life of Christ
Personal Evangelism – practical instruction in witnessing to unbelievers and leading them to Jesus Christ. Emphasis is laid on key Bible principles relating to evangelism. Students are taught how to use their personal testimony in witnessing and how to present the gospel clearly.
Survey of the Old Testament I – a survey of the Books of Law (Genesis through Deuteronomy) and the Historical Books (Joshua through Esther) of the Old Testament. The main theme of each book is highlighted along with other significant features including key words, key verses, and pictures of Christ.
Basic Bible Doctrine I – clear Bible teaching in the subjects of bibliology (the study of the Bible), theology (the study of God), Christology (the study of Jesus Christ), pneumatology (the study of the Holy Spirit), and angelology (the study of angels). Bible answers are given to commonly asked questions concerning the Christian faith.
Methods of Bible Study – helpful methods to assist believers in personal Bible study. Students learn principles of biblical interpretation to guide them in understanding different passages of Scripture such as narratives, psalms, proverbs, parables, and prophecy. Students also learn how to use Bible study tools to help them in their study of individual books, chapters, verses, and words.
Survey of the Old Testament II – a survey of the Books of Poetry (Job through the Song of Solomon), the Major Prophets (Isaiah through Daniel), and the Minor Prophets (Hosea through Malachi) of the Old Testament. The main theme of each book is highlighted along with other signifi cant features including key words, key verses, and pictures of Christ.
Basic Bible Doctrine II – clear Bible teaching in the subjects of anthropology (the study of man), hamartiology (the study of sin), soteriology (the study of salvation), ecclesiology (the study of the church), and eschatology (the study of end times). Bible answers are given to commonly asked questions concerning the Christian faith.
Teaching the Bible – practical instruction on teaching the Bible effectively to adults, youth, and children. Biblical methods of teaching are explored and learned. This course is particularly helpful to Sunday School teachers and workers, Bible study leaders, and parents who are teaching the Bible in their homes.
The Christian Home – clear teaching from God’s Word concerning God’s design for the home and for the Christian family. Helpful instruction is given in the areas of marriage and parenting. This course is benefi cial also to singles who plan to establish a Christian home some day.
Survey of the New Testament I – a survey of the books of the New Testament (Matthew through Ephesians). The main theme of each book is highlighted along with other significant features including key words, key verses, and pictures of Christ.
Survey of the New Testament II – a survey of the books of the New Testament (Philippians through Revelation). The main theme of each book is highlighted along with other significant features including key words, key verses, and pictures of Christ.
The New Testament Church – a study of the fi rst-century church in the New Testament. Emphasis is laid on the biblical purpose of the church and on the involvement of each member of the body. Key topics are studied such as worship in the church and the prayer life of the church.
The Life of Christ – a detailed look at the Person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Some topics covered are Christ’s virgin birth; His teachings, miracles, and parables; His suffering and death; His resurrection and ascension. Students also learn Bible answers concerning the deity of Jesus Christ.
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For Pastors: How to establish a School of the Bible in your church
In recent years, numerous local churches have also established a School of the Bible to provide helpful training for their people and for those in their community. Each of these schools operates in affliliation with Crown College of the Bible, yet each one is under the authority of a local church and under the direction of its pastor. These affiliate schools take on a regional name that identifies them with the area in which they are located. For more information on starting a regional school of the Bible, click here to download the School of the Bible Handbook.