In this department, you examine the books of both the Old and New Testament to discover God's plan for mankind and his gift of salvation, brought to us through His Son, Jesus Christ.
There are many different methods of interpreting Scripture. However, in this department, students learn that as Christians, we are to interpret Scripture according to what the author intended. introductory Greek class is offered.
As you read through Leviticus, do you struggle to understand how all these rituals and laws apply to you? The courses in this department are designed to answer this question and explain the Jewish background to the Christian Faith.
The counseling program at EBI is centered around the Scripture without which true change in a person’s life can never happen. Students will not only learn how to address external issues but also matters of the heart, “…For out of [the heart] are the issues of life” (Prov. 4:23, KJV).
PracticalThe classes within this department were developed with the intended purpose of helping students understand God's plan for family, marriage, finances, living in community, ethics, etc. Grasping this is key to a thriving Christian life.
EducationThe courses in this department are designed to train young Christians to teach Sunday school, communicate affectively in a group setting, and write persuasively. Our hope is that students would use the knowledge gained in these classes to share God Word with others.
TheologyEver wondered how God has saved us or how we can live in freedom from sin? These courses address many of the questions that Christian have regarding the teachings of Scripture.
Women’sWhat does Biblical Womanhood look like? This questions is asked by many young ladies in today’s culture. The courses in this department are structured to answer this question and many more.
Evangelism & MissionsStudent taking courses in this department discover the importance of fronter missions, street evangelism, etc. The goal of obeying Jesus’ great commission to make disciples of all nations is emphasized in these courses.
HistoryDiscover Anabaptist beginnings and Theology, "walk" through Israel, and understand the cultural context in which Scripture was written.