Welcome to the Classroom of Western Bible Institute
Western Bible Institute's mission is to aid in the training of English-speaking leaders within the churches of Christ (a sister program, el Instituto Bíblico de Occidente (IBO), exists for Hispanic leaders). We offer, without cost to the student, online courses in the study of the Bible leading to a diploma. Although the complete program is only available to existing leaders, the first 20 courses are available to any member of the churches of Christ. We invite those who are not active members of a congregation of the churches of Christ to study the Bible with us at Western Bible Academy.
How to Become a Student
If you would like to register as a student in WBI, click on the 'Admissions' link in the navigation bar of our main site: http://www.westernbibleinstitute.com. Those studying in the Western Bible Academy can enroll at: https://courses.westernbibleinstitute.com.
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Exam over everything studied so far
An introduction to the prophets of the O.T.
An overview of the prophets of the 9th and 8th centuries B.C.
A study of Isaiah and Micah
Zephaniah, Nahum, and Habakkuk
A study of the book of Jeremiah
Obadiah, Daniel, and Ezekiel
The prophets of the restoration period: Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi and Joel.
A study of events that occurred between the writing of the O.T. and the N.T.
Explains how the Bible text has been preserved.
God's purposes for our lives.
First exam over graduate courses 21-30
How to discover God's will for one's life.
A study of the letter of 1 Jn.
Developing the habits necessary to grow toward maturity in Christ.
History of the Early Church Until 313 A.D.
How to keep love in marriage.
An overview of Christian Stewardship
A biblical study of Heaven.
Church History - 313-476 A.D.
A study of the letter of 1 Peter
An intro to the Psalms
Grad exam over the first 20 grad courses
A study of church leadership as presented in the New Testament.
An intro to denominational doctrines
A study and commentary on 2 Peter
Course 44: Israel: History of the united and divided kingdoms and Judah alone (Course 24 of the graduate studies).
History of the Israelite kings.
An in-depth study of Paul's letter to the Galatians.
A study of the evangelistic mission of the church.
A study of the letter to the church in Ephesus.
A biblical and cultural analysis of the role of women in church assemblies.
A study of the parables of Jesus.
An introduction to the planting of new churches.
The second part of Church planting.
A study of the use of instrumental music in the public worship of the Church.
An introduction to the growth of the church.
Antecedents, New Testament teaching, & early church history