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Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary

Blackwell Institute of Biblical Leadership & Evangelism

Academic Catalog 2013-2014

Founded 2011 St. Louis, Mo.

Table of Content
Mission Statement...................................................................................................... 5 What We Believe ....................................................................................................... 6 Text Books.................................................................................................................. 7 Technology Usage Policies and Procedures................................................................9 Diversity-Related Experiences..................................................................................10 Assessment Guidelines............................................................................................. 10 Attendance and Participation................................................................................... 10 Academic Honesty (plagiarism and cheating policy)................................................11 Grading Policy.......................................................................................................... 12 Classroom Protocol .................................................................................................. 12 Personnel Policy Statement...................................................................................... 13 Academic Operations............................................................................................... 14 D.M.T.S. Degree Requirements................................................................................14 Discrimination Policy................................................................................................ 17 Facilities................................................................................................................... 17 Library...................................................................................................................... 17 Refund Policy ........................................................................................................... 18 Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary..................................................................19 Course Description Tuition and Fee..........................................................................19 D.M.T.S. (Biblical Studies) Curriculum......................................................................20 D.M.T.S. Class Schedule........................................................................................... 24 Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary..................................................................25 Blackwell Institute.................................................................................................... 40 All classes are in session for two hours....................................................................41 B.I.B.L.E. Class Schedule ......................................................................................... 42 B.I.B.L.E. Tuition/ Fees.............................................................................................. 44 Faculty...................................................................................................................... 46 Registration Form..................................................................................................... 49

Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary & Blackwell Institute of Biblical Leadership and Evangelism

To the Students of D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E.: It is a pleasure to welcome you to one of St. Louis finest bible programs. What you are finding in this catalog has been put together with much prayer, labor, and thought. What we are offering through these programs is that which we feel every student will need in meeting the challenges that are before us in this 21st Century. As you know King David was a warrior, a psalmist, a worshipper, a ruler and a king. However, in my opinion one of the greatest accomplishments found in scripture regarding him is this that gives a cameo of Davids call: Acts 13:36For David, after he had served God's purpose in his own generation The challenge that is before us is to mimic the lifestyle of David, and that is to discover ways to serve the needs of our generation, and through it prepare the next generation to effectively serve. As this student body moves forward, you are encouraged to take full advantage of the cadre of teachers and professors. They represent some of the brightest minds in their respective fields and are making themselves available to you. As I always saystudy as if there is no Holy Spirit to assist you; and deliver as if you have never studied! In doing so, you will maximize your life and calling guaranteeing that God will be glorified. Humbly submitted, Dr. Luther J. Blackwell, Jr. President

Mission Statement The mission of the Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary (D.M.T.S.) and Blackwell Institute of Biblical Leadership and Evangelism (B.I.B.L.E.) as a professional graduate-level school is to glorify God by equipping godly men and women as servant leaders for the proclamation of His Word and the building up of the body of Christ worldwide.

Vision Statement To provide excellence in biblical higher education for effectiveness in global Christian leadership.

What We Believe We Believe the Holy Bible to be the inspired and only infallible and authoritative Word of God. (II Timothy 3:16) We Believe in one God but three manifestations: "The Father, The Word, and The Holy Ghost." For there are three that bear record in heaven, "the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost, and these three are one. (1 John 5:7) We Believe in the deity of our Lord, Jesus Christ, His Immaculate (Virgin) Birth, His sinless life, His healings, His vicarious and atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and His personal future return to this earth in power and glory to rule over the nations. (1Timothy 3:16) We Believe that regeneration by the Holy Ghost is absolutely essential for personal salvation. (Titus 3:5) We Believe in the redemptive work of Christ on the cross. (Galatians 3:13) We Believe the baptism of the Holy Ghost is given to believers who ask for it. (Acts 2:4) We Believe in the sanctifying power of the Holy Ghost by whose infilling, the Christian is enabled to live a holy life. (Acts 1:18) We Believe in the resurrection of both the saved and lost, one to everlasting life and the other to everlasting damnation. (I Thessalonians 4:14)

Text Books

Toast Master Competent Communication : by Toast Masters International Quarters The John Maxwell Leadership Bible: 2nd Edition by John Maxwell The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: by John Maxwell The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Workbook: by John Maxwell

The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: by John Maxwell The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player: Becoming the Kind of Person Every Team Wants: by John Maxwell

The Making of A Leader : by Frank Damazio The Making of A Leader Workbook: by Frank Damazio

The Work of the Deacon and Deaconess: A Deacon Speaks from Experience, by Harold Nichols Forty Questions About Elders and Deacons: by Benjamin L. Merkle Women Gifted for Ministry: How To Discover And Practice Your Spiritual Gifts: by Ruth and Elmer Towns The Leadership Secrets of J*E*S*U*S: by Mike Murdock Becoming a Leader: Everyone Can Do It: by Myles Munroe How To Minister Among Older Adults: As Lifes Journey Continues : by Charles T. Knipple The Foundations of Christian Doctrine: by Kevin J. Conner Understanding Your Grief: by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D The Understanding Your Grief Journal: by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D Caring For People Gods Way: by Tim Clinton, Archibald Hart, and George Ohlschlager I Just Want To Be A Servant: by Luther J. Blackwell, Jr., Ph.D Dust: by Archbishop Vernon Ashe A Practical Guide To Pulpit Ministry: Public Speaking Dynamics, by Deacon William F. Coley, Jr. Hermeneutics: Principles and Processes of Biblical Interpretation
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Henry A. Virkler Lectures In Systematic Theology by Henry Clarence Thiessen

Technology Usage Policies and Procedures The following rules and responsibilities will be adhered to by all users of D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. technology resources: Applying for a user ID under false pretense is prohibited. Using another persons user ID and/or password is prohibited. Use of school technology for soliciting, advertising, fundraising, commercial purposes or for financial gain is prohibited. Accessing, viewing or disseminating information using school resources including mail or internet access, that is pornographic, obscene, child pornography libelous, pervasively indecent or vulgar is not permitted. Users may only use properly installed licensed software; audio or video media purchased by the school. Any use that has the purpose or effect of discriminating or harassing any person or persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age is prohibited.
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Use of the schools technology is a privilege, not a right. A users privileges maybe suspended pending an investigation concerning use of the schools technology resources. Any violation of school policies, regulations or procedures regarding technology usage may result in temporary, long-term or permanent suspension of users privileges. Diversity-Related Experiences D.M.T.S. & B.I.B.L.E. is guided by its foundational Christian mission that inspires in us a profound respect for the love of diverse cultures where we live, work, and study in Missouri. Diversity is central to our mission and essential to the health of our institution. A diverse school community of students, faculty, staff and board members enriches the learning experience for all and prepares us for the multicultural world in which we reside. Assessment Guidelines In order to receive an A, B, or C in the course work, students must complete and submit all assignments. Attendance and Participation 1. Attendance Policy: Consistent attendance is vital to classroom success. Lectures, discussions, simulations, and reporting are critical aspects of students success. When a student is absent, this type of work cannot be replicated or made up. It is the students responsibility to obtain all materials missed as a result of absence.

2. Tardy Policy: Tardiness is a disruption to the classroom setting and to students who are already present. Please do your very

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best to avoid being tardy. If it cant be avoided, please be respectful of others.

3. Participation Policy: Just as attendance is important, participation in class discussions and activities are required. Students should be prepared to be active participants in all classroom activities. Rules of classroom civility apply. Academic Honesty (plagiarism and cheating policy) Academic dishonesty is defined as those acts of deceit or misrepresentation intended to promote or enhance ones academic record. Academic dishonesty includes all forms of cheating and plagiarism. Cheating is defined as, but not limited to the following: 1. Use or attempted use of unauthorized assistance in taking examinations, including quizzes or test and the completion of assignments, 2. Dependence upon the aid of sources beyond those authorized by the instructor in taking exams or completing assignments. 3. Unauthorized acquisition or possession of examinations or other academic material belonging to a member of the school faculty or staff. Plagiarism is the act of taking anothers work and claiming that it is ones own. Adequate acknowledgment of anothers work is all that is required to avoid plagiarism. If there is any doubt about how to express acknowledgment, the student should consult with his/her instructor or refer to a writing style manual. Should academic dishonesty occur, the affected faculty member and the academic administration of D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. shall have the discretion to take appropriate action.
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Grading Policy Students may receive grades of A, B, C, F, I, WD. Grade A, B, C, and F are used to calculate the students academic standing. A grade of A represents outstanding performance. A grade of B represents satisfactory performance at the graduate level. A grade of C indicates performance below that acceptable at the graduate level. An F indicates a significant failure in performance related to the requirement of the course. A grade of I indicates incomplete course work. A grade of WD indicates student withdrew from the class. Classroom Protocol To maximize classroom and campus success for each student, and to insure a positive learning environment, the following conduct is expected of all: 1. Attend all scheduled classes in a timely manner. 2. Appropriate dress is required for all classes. 3. Head coverings include but not limited to hairnets, head sweats, do-rags and heat wraps are inappropriate on campus unless there is a religious or cultural necessity. 4. Tobacco may not be used at any time on campus. 5. Coffee and soft drinks may be permitted by the classroom instructor; however, empty containers must be properly disposed of after class. 6. No Food or Drinks are allowed in the computer lab. 7. Talking during class is limited to class discussion only.

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Accommodations Student with disabilities, who require special accommodation, should contact the administrative office for campus accessibility services at (314) 869-7193. They should notify the instructor prior to the start of the semester and provide documentation of the disability. Reasonable accommodation will be made to ensure that disabled students have a fair opportunity to perform at their maximum proficiency. Personnel Policy Statement A resume, application, two letters of reference, a criminal background check, academic transcripts and/or certificates are requirements to teach at D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E.

Personnel Job Descriptions 1. Adjunct Professors are a valuable part of the instructional team at D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. The instructor adds the expertise of a successful current practitioner to the faculty. Adjunct professors represent D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. to the community. To this end, we ask that each professor continually reflect a positive image to the public, and as an option, act as counsel to those students who approach them for advise in their area of expertise. 2. Clerical Personnel will consist of one Executive Secretary and one office worker. They will direct the daily operations, responsibilities, and duties of the office. 3. Administration of D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. will be responsible for the oversight and operation of the seminary. It is the administrations responsibility to ensure that the seminary offers a Christian valuecentered program which leads to the development of the whole individual as an educated, responsible citizen of a global community.

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Academic Operations Credits Awarded Per Semester 1. Students will be awarded one-three hours credit per semester based on the program in which they are enrolled.

2. The equivalent classroom hours earned per semester shall be 10-15 hours for basic standard requirements or two hours per class for D.M.T.S. 3. D.M.T.S. requires a high school diploma or equivalent for enrollment

D.M.T.S. Degree Requirements


Undergraduate Degrees (Pastoral Ministry)
(High School diploma required)

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Associate of Ministry (A.Min.)

60 credit hours

The schools Associate Degree program requires the student to earn at least 60 semester credit hours with a minimum 2.50 GPA (of a possible 4.00). Bachelor of Ministry (B.Min.) hours 120 credit

The schools Bachelor Degree program requires the student to earn at least 120 semester credit hours with a minimum 2.75 GPA (of a possible 4.00).

Master Degrees in Ministry


(Bachelor degree required)

Master of Ministry (M.Min.) This degree will prepare students for a graduate degree in religious education preparing them for a worldwide mission. All of the schools Master Degree programs require the student to earn at least 30 semester credit hours with a minimum 3.00 GPA beyond the Bachelor degree. The schools Master Degree programs require the student to write an acceptable graduate-level thesis of at least 50 typed pages. 32 credit hours Master of Counseling (M.C.)=(M.C. + a Master Degree) This degree will equip students to use standard methods of secular counseling while helping the client apply Bible scriptures and truths to live in a balanced, healthy way. The guiding foundation for D.M.T.S counseling program is that the scriptures are sufficient for understanding people as, spiritual, moral, relational, and psychological beings. This program equips men and women who wish to ministry the
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truth of God in the context of the local church. 30 credit hours

Doctorate Degrees in Ministry


(Master degree required)

Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) The Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) at this seminary is geared towards students successfully engaged in ministry. This program enables leaders in Christian ministry to increase their effectiveness in the church, and mission in which they minister. The schools Doctoral Degree programs require the student to have a Master degree with a 3.50 GPA. The schools Doctoral programs require the student to earn at least 60 semester credit hours with a 3.50 GPA beyond the Master degree, for a total of 90 credit hours. The schools Doctoral program requires the student to write an acceptable graduate-level dissertation of at least 100 typed pages. The student is required to pass an oral examination. 30 credit hours

Doctor of Christian Counseling (Ph.D.) The Doctor of Christian Counseling program, with specializations in Professional Christian Counseling with expanded study in Pastoral Care and Counseling, focuses on the development of excellence in counseling practices within a biblically informed Christian worldview. 41 credit hours

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Additional Degree Information All degrees offered at D.M.T.S. and certifications from B.I.B.L.E. will be identified as religious. Additional school awards will be given for secular certificates or diplomas. For each degree level, the student is required to do 15% of their semester credit hours in a life experience internship. Degree Track Each Associate Degree track (area of concentration) will have a least one qualified faculty member with a Bachelor degree in that field. Each Bachelor Degree track (area of concentration) will have a least one qualified faculty member with a Master degree in that field. Each Master Degree track (area of concentration) will have a least one qualified faculty member with a Master degree in that field. Each Doctorate Degree track (area of concentration) will have a least one qualified faculty member with a Doctoral degree in that field. Discrimination Policy D.M.T.S. does not discriminate in employment of personnel, enrollment of students, or provisions of services and programs. Facilities The facility consists of one building, one administrative office, and seven classrooms on approximately an acre of land. Library Each student should have a valid library card that will give them access to the public library in the area.

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Refund Policy Registration Fee (non-refundable) $50.00 If a student is compelled to withdraw from D.M.T.S., and paying by installments, payments are non-refundable. If payment for tuition is paid in full, student will receive a refund based on the statements below, minus any credit card processing fees: Refund Policy for Full Payment: Withdrawal within the first class sessions: 100% Withdrawal within the second class session: 50% Withdrawal within the third class session: 0%

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Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary

Course Description Tuition and Fee

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D.M.T.S. (Biblical Studies) Curriculum


(Undergraduate Studies Only)

Associate of Biblical Studies Degree


Course # ABS 101 ABS 102 ABS 103 ABS 104 ABS 105 ABS 106 ABS 107 ABS 201 ABS 202 ABS 305
Total

Course Name Literature Profile Review (2 books) New Testament (10 booklets & Tests) Sermon Synopsis (2) 150 words Introduction to Biblical Methodology 1 Leadership 1 Basic Computer Biblical Outlines-New Testament (5 per booklet) Communication Arts 1 Communication Arts 2 Public Speaking-Competent Speaker
$270.00 per course

Credit Hours 10 10 5 3 3 6 7 5 5 6
60 credits

Bachelor of Biblical Studies Degree


Course # BBS 214 BBS 215 BBS 220 BBS 221 BBS 224 BBS 585 BBS 401 BBS 322 BBS 225 BBS 228 BBS 305 TOTAL Course Name Principles of Biblical Research 1 Old Testament (10 booklets & Tests) COME REAP-Methodology 2 Sermon Synopsis (250 words each) Principles of Biblical Research 2 Grief Counseling & Lab Systematic Theology PowerPoint Class/2 Presentations Biblical Outlines-Old Testament (10) Literature Profile Review 2 (3-Book Reviews) Public Speaking-Leadership Manual Credit Hours 4 10 4 6 4 6 3 4 7 6 6 60 credits

$305.00 per course

Master Degree in Biblical Ministry


Course # MBS 400 MBS 401 MBS MBS MBS MBS MBS MBS MBS 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 Course Name Biblical Assessments (10 booklets & tests) Biblical Heritage: Genesis & Matthew (Genealogy Research) Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling Introduction to Informational Technology Introduction to Christian Counseling Introduction to Christian Psychology Biblical Literature & Poetry (A study of Proverbs) Homiletics Biblical Models of Servant Leadership Credit Hours 10 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 32 credits
$340.00 per course

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Master Degree in Christian Counseling


Course # CM 550 CM 555 CM 560 CM 565 CM 570 CM 575 CM 580 CM 585 CM 586 CM 587 CM 588 CM 589
Total

Course Name Introduction to Christian Counseling Marriage and Family Counseling Ethics for the Christian Counselor NCCA Certification Church Leadership Psychological Disorders Crisis & Transition Career Counseling Apologetics Culture Grief Counseling (3-Labs) Senses and Sexuality Internship Field Experience

Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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36 credits
$350.00 per course

Doctorate of Ministry
DBS DBS DBS DBS DBS DBS DBS DBS DBS 600 601 604 605 606 607 608 609 700

(D.Min.)
3 credits 4 credits 3 credits 6 credits 3 credits 3 credits 4 credits 4 credits 0 credits
30 credits

Article Reviews Case Study Seminar Internship Experience Introduction to Research Project Topic Introduction to Theology World Religions Dissertation Capstone I Dissertation Capstone 2 Capstone Experience ($200 fee per semester)

Total
(Total graduate hours required 90) $425.00 per course

Doctorate of Counseling Ministry (Ph.D.)


DCM DCM DCM DCM DCM DCM DCM DCM DCM DCM 610 620 630 640 650 660 670 680 681 700 Marriage and Family Counseling Group Dynamics New Testament Intercultural Counseling Addictions Field Experience NCCA Licensure Dissertation Capstone 1 Dissertation Capstone 2 Capstone Experience ($200 fee per semester) 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 6 credits 8 credits 6 credits 6 Credits 0 credits
41 credits

Total
(Total graduate hours required 101)

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$450.00 per course

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D.M.T.S. Class Schedule

4th Wednesday of Every Month Course # ABS 104 or BBS 220 Course Name Instructor Day/Time Wed/6:30p m 3 Credits 004 3 Credits Room # 002

Biblical Studies Methodology

Dr. C. Scarboroug h Dr. M. Shaw

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Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary

School Fees and Tuition 2013-2014


It is necessary for D.M.T.S. to increase tuition for the year starting January 2013 and will be assessed yearly. This increase will make the tuition commensurate with some accredited colleges and seminaries. Course numbers have changed. The cost is calculated per course.

Associate of Biblical Studies Degree

High School diploma or equivalent required

ABS 102 New Testament (10 Test Booklets) 10 credits A survey of basic New Testament Bible facts, to provide a usable foundation for personal study, ministry, and practical theology.

ABS 104 COME REAP 3 credits A written study of selected portions of scriptures to gain biblical knowledge, facts, information, truths, and concepts. ABS 103 Sermon Synopsis (2) (150 words minimum) 5 credits Through classroom interactions, reading, writing assignments (sermons), students will learn biblical-theology foundations for cross cultural ministry. ABS 101 Literature Profile Review (2 Book reviews) 10 credits

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Exploration of the content and themes of selected authors and books with focus on principles of interpretation, which includes detailed exegesis of key text.

ABS 105 Leadership 1 3 credits This course is designed to prepare students for ministry with an emphasis on developing practical skills necessary for effective leadership across a broad spectrum of ministry contexts. ABS 305 Public Speaking-Competent Speaker 6 credits To provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which students are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. ABS 201 Communication Arts I 5 credits This course explores the methods, the manner and motives of effective and efficient communication both oral and written. ABS 202 Communication Arts II 5 credits This course explores the methods, the manner and motives of effective and efficient communication both oral and written. ABS 106 Basic Computer 6 credits

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This class will offer beginning techniques for the usage of the computer with emphasis on word processing, saving documents, creating documents and basic windows management.

ABS 107 Biblical Outlines- New Testament (5 outlines per test booklet) 7 credits A written study of selected books of the Bible that will augment the students biblical knowledge, information, and concepts.
TOTAL

60 CREDITS

Monthly tuition for each course under this program.

The monthly cost is only for the course and does NOT include the textbooks.

Bachelor of Biblical Studies Degree


High School diploma or equivalent required BBS 215 Old Testament (10 Test Booklets) 10 credits A survey of basic Old Testament Bible facts, to provide a usable foundation for personal study, ministry, and practical theology.

BBS 221 Sermon Synopsis (250 words minimum) 6 credits Through classroom interactions, reading, writing assignments (sermons), students will learn biblical-theology foundations for cross cultural ministry.

BBS 214 Principles of Biblical Research


and write a 250 word paper with references)

I (2- Biblical characters

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This is a foundational course that focuses on the principles of biblical research and interpretation, and writing. 4 credits

BBS 224 Principles of Biblical Research II


Biblical character)

(Research an additional

This is the foundational course that focuses on the principles of biblical research, and writing, as well as, using media to present your findings. 4 credits BBS 220 COME REAP 4 credits A written study of selected portions of scriptures to gain biblical knowledge, facts, information, truths, and concepts. CM 585 Grief Counseling & Lab 6 credits Grief Counseling investigates the touch stones that are essential physical, emotional cognitive, social, and spiritual actions to help one heal.

BBS 401 Systematic Theology 3 credits A theological and practical study of the operation of the church and the duties of the minister with special emphasis on the development, and duties of the students as shepherds in a Christian ministry. BBS 322 Power Point Class/ 2 Presentations 4 credits PowerPoint is a complete presentation graphics package. This class will offer word processing, outlining, drawing, graphing, and presentation management tools.
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BBS 225 Biblical Outlines-Old Testament (10) 7 credits A written study of selected books of the Old Testament that will enhance the students biblical knowledge, information, and concepts which includes 8 written outlines for each test booklet. BBS 228 Literature Profile Review II (3 Book reviews) 6 credits Exploration of the content and themes of selected authors and books with focus on principles of interpretation, which includes detailed exegesis of key text from three religious topics using electronic media. BBS 305 Public Speaking -Leadership 6 credits To provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which students are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth TOTAL credit hours

60

Monthly tuition is for each course under this program.

The monthly cost is only for the course and does NOT include the textbooks.

(A Bachelor Degree includes 120 hours of course work which encompasses the Associate Degree coursework.)

Master of Biblical Ministry Degree


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Bachelors Degree or equivalent required, in any discipline

MBS 400 Biblical Assessments (10 Tests) 10 credits A selective course of study with examinations from the Old and New Testament. MBS 401 Biblical Heritage: Genesis & Matthew (Genealogy Research) 3 credits Study will use the research of these genealogies to establish individual identity: reflected, established, or legitimated social structures, status and entitlement to office. MBS 402 Introduction to Marriage & Family Counseling 3 credits Design to equip students for marriage and family counseling, this course will survey biblical, conceptual, and practical issues for a health relationship. MBS 403 Introduction to Informational Technology 3 credits This course is designed to equip the student with the skills to develop and maintain informational systems focusing on technical and fundamental usage. MBS 404 Introduction to Christian Counseling 3 credits This course is the study of the biblical foundation, history, and philosophy of Christian Counseling.

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MBS 405 Christian Psychology 3 credits Using the latest research, theory and practice in counseling, this course will equip the student to respond appropriately to emotional disorders, problems, and issues of trauma.

MBS 406 Biblical Literature & Poetry (a study of Proverbs) 3 credits This course is design as a expository study of the first nine chapters of the book of Proverbs with cross references to other portions of scripture. The purpose is to assist the student in gaining a great comprehension of Christian literature & poetry. MBS 407 Homiletics 2 credits Students will present the scriptures of various sermon types, practice in composition, deliver and voice methods.

MBS 408 Biblical Models of Servant Leadership 2 credits This course examines and explores biblical leaders in Christianity with a view towards understanding the role of religious leadership and the exercise of ministry today. This is a case study approach.

TOTAL 32 CREDITS

Monthly tuition is each course under this program The monthly cost is only for the course and does NOT include the textbooks.

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Doctorate of Biblical Ministry Degree


1 Master Degree [Divinity (30 hrs.) & 1 Master Degree in any discipline (30 hrs.)] (60+ hours) DBS 600 Article Reviews (3 reviews -100 words) 3 credits This course will focus on the primary principles of scholarly research, reflective considerations, participatory deliver, and ethical questions for class facilitation. DBS 601 Case Study Seminar 4 credits (10 cases)

Students will be actively engaged by abstracting from the example this will develop their skills in problem solving, enhancing their analytical skills both quantitative and qualitative, decision making and coping with ambiguities. (Required treatment forms)
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DBS 604 Internship Experience 3 credits The students will enroll in internship experience with clients for the semester. Students will be assigned individual supervisors for case reviews, evaluations and interaction with clients. ($150 fee)

DBS 605 Introduction of Research Project Topic PowerPoint) 6 credits

(15 min.

This course explores research in the field through critical evaluation, published research, experienced in developing problem statements and research questions, in writing a research proposal using qualitative or quantitative data techniques. DBS 606 Introduction to Theology 3 credits This course will analyze themes in the doctrines of God, Christ, and Humanity, focusing on their biblical foundations and the churchs interaction.

DBS 607 World Religions 3 credits This course examines the major world religions in order to understand their principal doctrines and practices and the subsequent implication for Christian witness. DBS 608 Dissertation Capstone 1: 4 credits Required of all doctoral candidates prior to submission of dissertation proposal (before the written proposal is accepted the I.R.B. must be approved.)

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DBS 609 Dissertation Capstone 2: 4 credits Required of all doctoral candidates prior to submission of dissertation proposal (before the written proposal is accepted the Institution Review Board document (*I.R.B.) must be approved.) DBS 700 Capstone Experience: 0 credits Students who have not completed their dissertation must enroll in this class until successful completion. A $200 fee per semester (8 weeks) will be required.

TOTAL hours

30 credit

Total of graduate credit hours required 90 The monthly tuition does NOT include the textbook(s).

* Institutional Review Board (IRB). In compliance with Federal law and institutional policy, all research projects involving human subjects or human material must be reviewed and approved by the IRB committee.

MASTER Degree of Christian Counseling


The New Master of Counseling Program (2014) CM 550 Introductions to Counseling: 3 credits
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This course is the study of the biblical foundation, history, and philosophy of Christian Counseling. CM 555 Marriages and Family Counseling: 3 credits Design to equip individuals for marriage and family counseling in the local church. CM 560 Ethics for the Christian Counselor: 3 credits This course provides an ethical framework for pastoral and professional counselors and deals with such issues as confidentiality, professionalism, legal responsibilities and common ethical dilemmas in counseling. CM 565 NCCA Certification: 3 credits Each student will enroll in NCCA certification program to become a certified Christian Counselor. CM 570 Church Leadership: 3 credits This course will help students develop their philosophy of ministry based upon the theological convictions that undergird their primary ministry calling.

CM 575 Psychological Disorders: 3 credits This course offers an intensive study of the main emotional and behavioral problem encountered by those counseling in a church or other context. This includes awareness of both Christian and secular helping agencies.
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CM 580 Crisis & Transition: 3 credits This course will introduce students on how to develop plans of action in crisis situations, how to evaluate and assess persons in crisis, as well as, the awareness of both Christian and secular helping agencies CM 585 Career Counseling: 3 credits This course is a survey of approaches to counseling about career choices as well as issues involved in career and other career related choices. CM 586 Apologetics Culture: 3 credits This course will analyze the philosophical, religious, scientific beliefs and ideas which have shaped different cultures. The course study will explain how these beliefs are now reshaping our multicultural and pluralistic society. CM 587 Grief Counseling (Lab 3 times) 3 credits This course is designed to teach the pastors and laity how to counsel those who are experiencing the grief/mourning process. CM 588 Senses and Sexuality: 3 credits This course will explore the bibles answers to such questions as: how are we brain washed by the vivid and powerful cultural messages about sex in our bodies.

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CM 589 Internship Field Experience: 3 credits This course is designed to help in the counseling experience with clients for approximately 5 hours weekly. Students also meet weekly for individual supervision and twice each week for group supervision, case review, evaluation and interaction. Total hours 36 credit

The monthly cost is for each course and does NOT include the textbooks.

Doctorate of Christian Counseling

CM 610 Marriage Counseling in the Church: 3 credits This course is designed to equip students for marriage and family counseling in the local church. This course surveys biblical, conceptual and practical issues involved. The importance of a healthy marriage relationship is stressed.

CM 620 Group Dynamics: Introduction to group formation and development stages, roles, and norms, cohesion, deviance, conformity, problem-solving, leadership and verbal and nonverbal communication. 3 credits

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CM 630 New Testament: (Acts, I & II Corinthians and Hebrew): An examination of the purpose, theology and chronology of Acts, and a further study of Hebrew philosophy. 3 credits CM 640 Intercultural Counseling: An analysis of the philosophical, religious, and scientific beliefs and ideas which have shaped different cultures and which are now reshaping our multicultural and pluralistic society. 3 credits CM 650 Addiction: This course will take a birds/eye view of addiction in general and then use chemical dependency as a paradigm for dealing with addictions (i.e. food, sex, alcohol) 3 credits CM 660 Field Experience: This course is designed to help in group counseling experience with clients for approximately 5 hours weekly. Students also meet weekly for individual supervision and twice each week for group supervision, case review, evaluation and interaction. 6 credits CM 670 NCCA Licensure: Designed to assist students in preparing for licensure and ordination exam. This course includes review, memorization, drills on commonly asked questions and answers. It covers the fundamentals of polity. 8 credits CM 680 Dissertation Capstone 1 & 2: Required of all doctoral candidates prior to submission of dissertation proposal (before the written proposal is accepted the I.R.B. must be approved.) 12 credits CM700 Capstone Experience: Students who have not completed their dissertation must enroll in this class until successful completion. A fee of $200 for each 8 week semester.
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0 credits

Total 41 credit hours

The monthly cost is for each course and does NOT include the textbooks.

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Blackwell Institute of Biblical Leadership and Evangelism Course Description Tuition and Fees

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Blackwell Institute of Biblical Leadership and Evangelism


(Certification/License)

One Year and a half (18 mos.) Non degreed courses.


Six Core Courses (Required) Course # EDU 203 EDU 208 EDU 202 EDA 305 EDA 309 EDU 312 EDA 311 Electives Course # EDA303 EDU 204 EDU 205 EDU 206 EDU 207 EDU 208 EDA 301 EDA 304 EDA 311 EDU 313 Course Name Pulpit Deportment Word 2012 Communication Arts Public Speaking (10 required speeches) Leadership G.E.D. Program required for those needing a diploma Biblical Models for Servant-Leadership Course Name Grief Counseling Women Gifted for Ministry: How to Discover and Practice Your Spiritual Gifts Art Appreciation Computer Technology Windows XP Print and Graphics Foundations of Prayer and Fasting Public and Community Relations Foundations of Christian Doctrine Photography Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

All classes are in session for two hours.

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B.I.B.L.E. Class Schedule

Monday
Course #
EDU 203 EDU 206 EDA 401

Course Name
Pulpit Deportment Basic Computer Homiletics

Instructor
Dr. M. Shaw Staff Dr. Blackwell Jr.

Day/Time
Mon/7:30pm Mon/4:00pm Mon/5:30pm

Room #
04 Lab 01

EDA 305

Public Speaking

Toastmaster

Mon/6:30pm

02

Wednesday
Course #
EDU 202

Course Name
Communication Arts

Instructor
Staff

Day/Time
Wed/5:30pm

Room #
Lab

EDA 401 CM 510 CM 585

Systematic Theology Marriage and Family Counseling Grief Counseling

Prof. P. Thompson Staff Dr. JoAnn Owens

Mon/5:30pm Wed/4:30pm Wed/5:30 p.m.

Lower Level 03

Requirement: The schedule is subject to change. There must be 5 students enrolled in each class.

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Saturday
Course #
CM 500

Course Name
Introduction to Christian Counseling Basic Computer Biblical Models for Servant- Leadership Communication Arts Public Speaking Leadership

Instructor
*Dr. S. Smith
Independent Study

Day/Time
Sat/9:15 am

Room #
03

EDU 206 EDA 311

Prof. S. Calicutt Dr. Edwards


Independent Study

Sat/12:30 pm Sat/11:00 am

Lab 04

EDU 202 EDA 305 EDA 309

Dr. S. Smith Toastmaster Dr. S. Nichols

Sat/11:00 am Sat/10:00 am Sat/11:30 am

Lab 02 04

*All B.I.B.L.E. courses are non-degreed. Non-degreed student fee for B.I.B.L.E. courses is $100.00 each.

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B.I.B.L.E. Tuition/ Fees


2013 Academic Year Registration Fee (non-refundable) $50.00 Tuition for one (1) class (non-refundable) Tuition for two (2) classes (non-refundable) $195 per semester REFUND POLICY If a student is compelled to withdraw from B.I.B.L.E., refunds will be made as stated below, minus any credit card processing fees: Withdrawal after first class session: 0% Fees from a previous semester will not be transferred at any time. Students Textbook/Workbook/Journals Fees: The John Maxwell Leadership Bible: 2nd Edition by John Maxwell The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: by John Maxwell The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Workbook: by John Maxwell $100.00

The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Thomas Nelson Publishers by John Maxwell The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player: Becoming the Kind of Person Every Team Wants: by John Maxwell
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The Making of A Leader: by Frank Damazio The Making of A Leader Workbook: by Frank Damazio

The Work of the Deacon and Deaconess: A Deacon Speaks from Experience by Harold Nichols Forty Questions About Elders and Deacons: by Benjamin L. Merkle Women Gifted for Ministry: How to Discover and Practice Your Spiritual Gifts: by Ruth and Elmer Town The Leadership Secrets of J*E*S*U*S: by Mike Murdock Becoming a Leader: Everyone Can Do It: by Myles Munroe How to Minister Among Older Adults: As Lifes Journey Continues: by Charles T. Knipple The Foundations of Christian Doctrine: by Kevin J. Conner Understanding Your Grief: by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. The Understanding Your Grief Journal: by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.

Caring For People Gods Way: by Tim Clinton, Archibald Hart, and George Ohlschlager I Just Want To Be A Servant CD: by Luther J. Blackwell, Jr., Ph.D. Dust CD: by Archbishop Veron Ashe A Practical Guide to Pulpit Ministry: Public Speaking Dynamics by Deacon William F. Coley, Jr.

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Please note that the one year coursework for B.I.B.L.E. is a three semester plan of study.

Faculty
Dr. Luther J. Blackwell Jr., President and Founder: D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. BA in Music Education, Baldwin-Wallace College 1964 MA in Biblical Studies, Christian Leadership University 1995 Doctorate in Biblical Studies, Christian Leadership University 1995 Doctorate in Theology, Vision Christian College 1993 Prof. Steven Calicutt MA in Business Administration, Webster University 2005 Prof. Stevie Calicutt Professor of Information Systems BA Maryville University 2011 AAS degree in Data Processing, St. Louis Community College-Meramec 1987 Dr. Linetta Carter Professor of School Leadership BS in Human Resources, Washington University 1980 MA in Education, Lindenwood University 2006 +30 in Education, Lindenwood University 2008 Ed.D. in Education Leadership, Lindenwood University 2010 Dr. George Edwards,. Provost: D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E.
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BS in Education, University of Arkansas Pine Bluff 1969 MA in Education, Administration Truman State University 1977 +45 in Education, Truman State University 1980 Ed.D. in Education Leadership, Lindenwood University 2010

Faculty
Dr. JoAnn Owens Professor of Counseling BA in Education, Harris Stowe University 1969 MAT Behavior Science, Webster University 1978 MAT in Education Counseling, UMSL 1995 MS in Christian Counseling, Lael University 1990 Ph.D. in Christian Counseling, Lael University 1992 Dr. Curt Scarborough Professor of Seminary BA (Pre-Med) Southern Illinois University 1956 BCM (Music) Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary 1959 MRE (Ch. Admin) Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary 1959 MA (Communications) Evangel College 1961 Ph.D. (Education Administration) Columbia Pacific University 1979 D.Min. (New Testament) Pillsbury College and Seminary 2001 Th.M. (Old Testament Law) Pillsbury College and Seminary 2002 DCED (Old Testament History) Pillsbury College and Seminary 2003 CPSYD (Chr. Counseling) Pillsbury College and Seminary 2004 DAPPL.CHR. (Old Testament Prophecy) Pillsbury College and Seminary 2005 Honorary Degrees: LitD. Laymans Bible College 1976 DST Pillsbury College and Seminary 2002
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Author: Over 100 books Textbook: Personal and Practical (20 Volumes)-(a Chapter by Chapter Study of all 1,189 chapters in all 66 books of the bible)

Dr. Michael Shaw Professor of School Leadership BA in Education, Southern University 1993 MA, Cappella University 2010 Ph.D, St. Paul COGIC Bible School 1991 Dr. Shonta Smith Professor of School Leadership BS in Education, Harris Stowe University 1994 MA in Education Counseling, UMSL 1999 Ed.D in Education Leadership, St Louis University 2007 Dr. Cynthia Warren Academic Dean: D.M.T.S. and B.I.B.L.E. BS in Music Education, Lincoln University 1977 MAT in Counseling, UMSL 1995 MA in Media Communication, Webster University 1987 +30 in School Administration, UMSL 1996 Ph.D. in Christian Counseling, Lael University 1992 Ed.D. in Education Leadership, Lindenwood University 2010

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Registration Form

Student Registration Form


First Name: Date of Birth: Mailing Address: City: Home Phone: Church Membership: Present Ministry Position: State: Cell Phone: Last Name: Social Security #: E-Mail: Zip/Postal Code: Fax:

College or Seminary Degrees Earned to Date:


Degree: School: Degree: School: Degree: School: Degree: School: Year: Year: Year: Year:

Degree Sought at D.M.T.S. Seminary:


Ministry Degrees Associate of Ministry (60 undergrad. credit hours) Bachelor of Ministry (120 undergrad. credit hours) Master of Ministry (30 grad. credit hours) Master of Theology (60 grad. credit hours) Master of Divinity (90 grad. credit hours)

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Doctor of Ministry (120 grad. credit hours) Doctor of Theology (150 grad. credit hours) (not offered)

Inquire about other custom-designed graduate-level tracks, personally planned to fulfill the educational goals of individual students at D.M.T.S.

*Fill out and mail this form, along with a a non-refundable $50 registration fee (payable in U.S Dollars only). NOTE: Please request 3 letters of reference from persons who know you well: at least one letter from an employer or someone familiar with your career, and another letter from someone familiar with your academic performance. Other optional items you may send include a current resume and a recent photograph. Then read and sign the following statement: "The information supplied on my application is true and accurate. I give permission for officials of D.M.T.S. to verify and confirm any aspect of the information provided on this form and on supporting documents. I understand and accept that if at any time it is determined that I have misrepresented myself or my work, I may be dismissed from D.M.T.S. with no refund of fees paid, and that any degree(s) awarded may be rescinded." Please sign below if you accept the above terms: Signature: ______________________________________________________ Date: _____________________________________

For more information, please contact: Dr. George Edwards, Provost bibleone@att.net Dr. Cynthia Warren, Academic Dean bibleone@att.net You may call us at: (314) 869-7193

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D.M.T.S. Student

Enrollment Checklist

Application form completely filled out and signed.

D.M.T.S. school's technology statement is signed.

Official copy of your transcript(s) submitted.

A copy of your high school diploma or equivalent submitted.

You have a copy of your class schedule.

A $50.00 check or money order is enclosed for registration and/or tuition fees (see the catalog).

Note: A $50.00 registration fee must be submitted with your enrollment form. Approval for enrollment will not be granted until the registration fee is paid in full. All applications will be returned.

U.S. mail all tuition checks and/or money orders to:


Dwight McDaniels Theological Seminary 10212 Halls Ferry Road St. Louis, MO 63136

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Dwight McDaniels Theology Seminary Blackwell Institute of Biblical Leadership and Evangelism 10212 New Halls Ferry Road St. Louis, MO 63136 (314) 869-7193 * email: bibleone@att.net * http://www.Blackwellbible.com

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