Lay Institute

The Lay Institute consists of a rotating series of classes offered three times a year on topics including Biblical Languages, Church History, Bible Study Methods, Bible Overview, Theology, Apologetics, and more. They are open to anyone college-age and above, whether or not they attend Denton Bible Church. While these classes are designed for the individual with no prior specialized theological or biblical education (i.e., Seminary or Bible College) they are typically more in-depth and comprehensive than your average Bible study. Students are provided class notes and a syllabus and are responsible for outside reading.

Cost: $15.

Charles Stolfus // 940.297.6725 //

Fall 2019

Biblical Hebrew

10 Sundays Beginning Sept. 29, 2019

3:30 PM -4:30 PM in SMC Rm. 113

Cost: $50.00

This is a very basic introductory study of the Hebrew language which is the original language of

the Old Testament. We will focus on the basics of the Hebrew alphabet and grammar and then jump directly into a basic study of Psalm 119. The class will be taught by Samuel Hobbs and Terri Harper from the Messianic Jewish congregation of Baruch Hashem in Dallas.

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Bible Study Methods

5 Thursdays Beginning Sept. 26, 2019

7:00 PM- 9:00 PM in SMC Rm. 113

Cost: $15.00

This class will focus on how to study the Bible. We will learn how to “Observe Carefully” the details of the text so that we can “Interpret Accurately” what the Holy Spirit has caused to be written as a basis for “Applying Faithfully” the treasures of God’s Word. The teacher will be Charles Stolfus who earned his Master of Theology in Historical Theology from Dallas Seminary.

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Bibliology: A Study on God’s Word

5 Tuesdays Beginning Oct. 1, 2019

7:00 PM- 9:00 PM in SMC Rm. 113

Cost: $15.00

Of all the doctrines of the Bible, none is more important or foundational than Bibliology, the doctrine of the Bible. We will examine what the Bible says about inspiration, authority, sufficiency, inerrancy and the canonicity of the Bible. In addition, we will address and refute common attacks on the reliability of Scripture and examine the history of the English Bible. Taught by Corey Newman from DBC Missions Staff. He holds both an M.Div. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and an MA in history from the University of North Texas.

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