Arab World Ministries International

Programme Detail: Progressing Together BIBL 201: Study Methods--1 Peter

Language of this entry English (UK, International)
Name of Programme / Training Resource Progressing Together BIBL 201: Study Methods--1 Peter
Type of Training Individual standalone programme
Reference Number
Description In this course, we will explore several approaches to Bible study, including: analysis of the text, study of a topic, and a character study. The student must read 1 Peter at least twice in advance. This course should enable the student to do the following: Identify the purpose of the author when he wrote the letter and be able to apply the message to today; for example, hope in suffering. Be able to take into consideration the context (biblical, historical, cultural, and linguistic) of the original message. Find the main idea of a given biblical text. Be able to explain the meaning of a text in his/her own words. Be able to use the following Bible study tools: concordance, Bible dictionary, cross references, commentaries, and Bible atlas. Be able to prepare a study on a theme.
Keywords study, Bible, text, character, Peter, author, letter, message, suffering, context, message, tools, inductive
Languages Programme Available in Arabic; French
Other Languages
Country and region where programme is available International (e.g. distance learning) / All international
Area of Ministry and Focus Bible Teaching and Training / Interpretation and Study Methods; Personal Life and Holiness / Personal and Family Holiness
Residential/Non Residential Mixed
Full-time or Part-time Part-time
Level Certificate
Cost Range Free
Actual Cost 0
Bursaries/scholarships available
Actual Length 30 hrs
Average hours of study per week 5
Methods of instruction personal study, internet, group study/leader, personal reading, correspondence
Percentage of time spent in formal learning (e.g. lectures, structured reading, work-books, etc.)
Percentage of time spent on non-formal skill-based learning (e.g. learning on the job and supervised practice, etc.)
Percentage of time spent in informal unstructured learning (e.g. prayer times, teamwork).
Average number of students who take the programme per year (or, if this is a new programme, the number who can be accommodated)
Prerequisite Programmes Progressing Together Level 1 Courses
Other Prerequisites
Qualifications gained
Qualifications this programme is part of
Programme Accredited by
Other Accrediting Bodies PALM Progressing Together