Grow Deeper In Your Faith With Free Seminary Training

Free Online Theology Courses With Certificate

Spring Classes Start February 1, 2023

On Your Schedule

With Other Students

100% Free

Free Online Seminary Courses Unlike Any Other

Free online Bible classes can be challenging.

  • Without accountability, many students never finish
  • Without assigned due dates, motivation dwindles
  • Without interacting with the professor and students, learning is isolated

BMA Theological Seminary offers free online Bible courses that provide a real seminary experience. Get questions answered by your professor. Interact with fellow students. Receive assignments with due dates to stay accountable.

Whether you’re looking to test-drive online seminary or simply desire to grow in your faith, you’ll love BMATS’ free courses.

Free Online Seminary Courses

New Testament Survey

New Testament Survey is an eight-week online course, February 1 to March 31, 2023, taught by Dr. Tony Cleaver.

We will survey the entire New Testament — the background, authorship, and content. You’ll dive deep into the life and work of Jesus, the organization of churches, and the early missionary enterprises.

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Books Required

  • The Bible — If you need a recommendation for a good study Bible, we recommend the ESV, NASB, NKJV, or NIV.
  • Encountering the New Testament — By Walter A. Elwell & Robert W. Yarbrough. Any edition is fine (Amazon link).
  • Holman Bible Atlas (optional) — Broadman and Holman Publishers. (Amazon link ).

Discerning a Call to Ministry

Discerning a Call to Ministry for those who are praying about whether or not to pursue a vocation in Christian ministry. This online course runs from February 6 to March 29, 2023 and will be taught by Dr. Clif Johnson, pastor of Garrett Memorial Baptist Church in Hope, AR.

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We will study the work of ministry, the biblical aspirations and qualifications that make up the call to Christian ministry, and the church’s role in confirming one’s call to ministry.

Discerning a Call to Ministry will lay out the biblical perspective of how God draws a person into Christian ministry by examining church pastoral ministry and the biblical process of being approved by a church. We will also learn the structure and role of associationalism, along with the main features of pastoral work.

“I learned SO MUCH…”

I learned SO MUCH about part of the Bible that had always intimidated me before. I was able to dive deeper into scripture and stories I hadn’t touched since I was a child in Sunday School!

Kristen Carrier

“…a feeling of accomplishment when you receive that certificate.”

If you have trouble following a personal study plan, keeping yourself accountable, or just want to test new waters, enroll in the BMA Theological Seminary [free courses]. It is fun to meet other people and read their opinions on various topics proposed by the professor. It also gives you a feeling of accomplishment when you receive that certificate upon completion.

Becky Polok

3 Tips To Make Your Class More Impactful And Fun

1. Enroll with your friends or church small group

Learning with friends makes the class more enjoyable and increases accountability. It also helps to discuss any coursework you don’t understand with friends.

2. Participate in the discussion group

These free theology courses attract students from all over the world. Literally. Learning from the unique perspectives of other students in the online discussion board makes the class fun.

3. Ask your professor questions

You have access to a highly experienced and well educated professor for 6-8 weeks. When you have a question, ask. Take advantage of the wealth of knowledge you have at your disposal.

Our Free Seminar Classes Start In February. Register Today!

If you’re looking for free Bible courses online with a certificate, BMATS offers the free online seminary class you’re looking for.

Disclaimer

BMATS’ free theology courses online are not for credit and do not apply to any degree. These courses are offered strictly for the educational benefit of the general public. Students only receive a certificate of completion. Individuals who wish to take courses for credit or pursue a degree should apply for regular semester courses.