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June 15, 2018

A Call to Cultivate Habits of Mind and Heart

Brian Tabb

Elder; Academic Dean, Bethlehem College & Seminary

Well-educated people are people who have the habits of mind and heart to go on learning what they need to learn to live in a Christ-exalting way for the rest of their lives.—John Piper, Chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary

Bethlehem College & Seminary is still accepting applications to our evening degree programs for prospective students who desire to grow in understanding God-centered reformed theology and interpreting God’s inerrant Word.

The Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) is designed to help working adults complete a once-started but unfinished undergraduate education in two years. This degree completion program meets on Tuesday evenings and offers students the opportunity to systematically study “the whole counsel of God,” carefully read the New Testament in Greek, and faithfully apply biblical truth to life. The Bachelor of Theology faculty team includes Dr. Rick Shenk, Professor Lance Kramer, Pastor Kenny Stokes, and Pastor Bryan Pickering. Join us June 19 at 5pm for an informational dinner with professors and the opportunity to sit in on class.

The Master of Arts in Exegesis and Theology (M.A.) is Bethlehem College & Seminary’s newest degree offering. This two-year graduate program meets on Monday evenings and offers motivated men and women advanced training in interpreting the Greek New Testament and studying systematic theology and biblical theology from a God-centered, Christian Hedonist perspective. The M.A. program faculty team includes Bethlehem elders Dr. Jason DeRouchie and Dr. Andy Naselli, as well as Dr. Rick Shenk and Dr. Chris Bruno.

If you sense God calling you to study at Bethlehem College & Seminary, contact Daniel Kleven (Director of Admissions) or visit to learn more about these programs and apply.