layman's bible training program

PROGRAM OVERVIEW


One of Satan’s tools that he uses against Christians is their lack of Bible knowledge. The number one reason believers do not share their faith is the fear of being asked questions they cannot answer. As believers we should always be prepared to give an answer  for our faith (1 Peter 1:15).


LBU has designed a course of study geared toward laymen that is college -level and can be taken from anywhere. Each course is three credit hours and all credits earned can be transferred into a bachelor’s degree program. Anyone who has completed the ten course program  will be awarded the layman’s Bible training Program Certificate and will have the option of walking in LBU’s commencement exercises.


One of the best features of the program is the cost. All ten courses are only $1200.

Layman's bible training program FAQ

  • I have been out of school a long time, can I pass these courses? Yes! Each course is designed as a level-one college course and with the help of your advisor, the average student has no problem.
  • How will I receive my courses? All courses will be delivered via email. Upon completion, you will return your course work to your assigned advisor via email for grading.
  • How much time do I have to complete one course? Students are expected to complete at least one course per semester (four months).
  • What if I fail a course? The course will simply be retaken.
  • What is the cost, and is there a payment plan? The total cost is $1200. Students pay a $100 down payment, and take advantage of an interest free payment plan of $46/month for 24 months.
  • How many courses are required to complete the program? Ten courses
  • What courses will I be required to take? You are allowed to choose from the list of twenty courses which ten courses you would like to take.
  • How do I enroll? Click on Apply at the top of the page.

courses offered

  • Acts of the Apostles (Introductory study of the Book of Acts)
  • The Pentateuch (Survey of the first five books of the Bible)
  • Personal Evangelism (Principles and practices for sharing your faith)
  • Pauline Epistles (Letters of Paul)
  • General Epistles (General letters not authored by Paul)
  • Hermeneutics (Principles and Processed of interpreting the Bible)
  • Old Testament Survey (A walk through the Old Testament)
  • New Testament Survey (A walk through the New Testament)
  • Theology/Bibliology (The doctrines of God and the Bible)
  • The Four Gospels (A walk through the life and teachings of Christ)
  • Beginnings Under Attack ( A literal account of the Book of Genesis)
  • The Bible: From the Mind of God to Man (How we got our Bible)
  • Christology/Pneumatology (Doctrines of Christ and the Holy Spirit
  • Angelology/Eschatology (Doctrines of angels, Satan, and last things)
  • Biblical Worldview (Developing a Christian View of all things)
  • Ecclesiology/Soteriology (Doctrines of the church and salvation)
  • Anthropology/hamartiology (Doctrines of man and sin)
  • Bible Atlas (The land, places, and cultures of the Bible)
  • Apologetics (Defense of the Christian faith)
  • Introduction to the Revelation (Introductory study of the book of Revelation)