A college-quality Bible education program

You’re invited to be a part of NorthPointe Bible Institute (NBI). Offered in semester form, our comprehensive curriculum includes in depth study of the Old and New Testament, Bible study methods, the Prophets, the Gospels, and lots more. If you’re interested in enhancing and deepening your knowledge of the Bible, this is a great way to do it!


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Fall 2023 registration is now OPEN!


Sundays | 9:00AM
Sep 10-Nov 26
Milburn Campus | Peace 5
Wednesdays | 6:30PM
Sep 6-Nov 29
Bullard Campus | LifeWay Chapel

New Testament Survey
(8 hours)
An understanding of the flow of New Testament persons, places, events and themes in the final unfolding of God’s story of redemption.
The Gospels
(4 hours)
Studying the uniqueness and harmony of the gospels with special attention to the “synoptic gospels” and the distinction of the gospel of John.


Must have completed 101 course to enroll in 102



Sundays | 9:00AM
Sep 10-Nov 26
Milburn Campus | Peace 2

A Theology Of Scripture
(4 hours)
The views of the inspiration and inerrancy of the Bible, how the Bible was formed as we have it today, how to assess the ideas of modern Biblical scholarship.
Critical Bible Study Methods
(8 hours)
Understanding the “Four Pillars” of serious Bible study, as well as the various methods of “inductive” Bible study is the goal of this class. It will utilize the apostle Peter’s story found in the Gospels, as well as his epistle, 1 Peter, as a means of learning these methods.


Must have completed both 101 & 102 courses to enroll in 201



Sundays | 1:30PM
Sep 10-Nov 26
Milburn Campus | PEACE 5

Old Testament Wisdom Literature
(4 hours)
A study of this unique genre of literature found prominently in the Old Testament (Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes in particular) and reflected in Jesus’ teaching style.
The Book of Revelation
(8 hours)
Understanding this unique book’s message in the genre of “apocalyptic” literature, and how interpretive approaches have understood the book and its “eschatology” – the things related to the end of the ages.


Must have completed 101, 102, 201, and 401 courses to enroll in 402



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