Focuses on church history from the close of the New Testament to the time of Augustine of Hippo.
Fall classes begin on August 31, and registration ends August 28. Check out the Schedule of Classes and Textbook List as you plan for course registration.
This summer, we’ll be offering two block courses, Family Counseling in June and Pastoral Epistles in July.
We are excited to announce our upcoming Friendship Luncheon on Saturday, June 6 from 12–2pm! Please plan to come and hear what the Lord is doing in the College.
This course examines the books of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus, with applications to pastoral theology.
This course examines the biblical teaching concerning marriage and the home. Develops counseling methodologies helpful in addressing and solving common problems.
This course will focus on the development of the theme of Job and Ecclesiastes, and also emphasizes how to teach both books.
Provides an introduction to biblical counseling, both theologically and practically. Lays an historical and theological foundation for counseling. Highlights the development of effective counseling procedures as well as the discussion of specific issues and problems in counseling.
An exposition of the book of Isaiah emphasizing the book’s unified structure and thematic development. Includes discussion of how to structure a preaching series from Isaiah and vital hermeneutical principles within the book.
NEWS RELEASE Foundation Baptist College receives Charitable Status Donations to Foundation Baptist College are tax-deductible FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept 24, 2014 EDMONTON, AB—In a letter dated September 16, 2014, Brian Emberley of the Canada Revenue Agency states...