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Welcome to Western Bible Academy!

by Gene Luna -

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Congratulations! You have found the virtual classroom for Western Bible Academy. This is where everyone can find the Academy courses along with their respective exams. At the moment we have available the lessons of the course, "What Does the Bible Say?".
Upon completion of the Preliminary Courses you may be eligible to continue in the General Program.

With regard to the preliminary courses, you must carefully study each lesson before attempting the exam. You may only take the exam once on each lesson. It is necessary to complete each lesson, and their respective examination before proceeding to the next lesson. By successfully completing all courses and examinations, we will extend a Certificate of Recognition.

You can contact us with any questions or inquiries at:

(Edited by Gene Luna - original submission Wednesday, 13 September 2023, 04:25 PM)

Available courses

Exam over everything studied so far

A life worthy of the Gospel

Covers everything studied in the General Courses

Prophets of the 9th and 8th centuries B.C.

Study of the prophets after the return to Judah.

A study of events between the Old and New Testaments

Explains the preservation of the biblical text.

God's purposes for our lives.

Exam covering Courses 21-30

How to discover God's will for one's life.

A study of the letter of 1 John.

Developing the habits necessary to grow toward maturity in Christ.

History of the Early Church Until 313 A.D.

An introduction to Christian Stewardship

A biblical study of Heaven.

A history of the early church from 313 to 476 A.D.

Grad exam covering Courses 21-40.

A study of church leadership as presented in the New Testament.

An annotated outline commentary on Galatians

A study of the letter to the church in Ephesus.

A biblical and cultural analysis of the role of women in church assemblies.

An introduction to the planting of new churches.

A study of discipleship for the Christian

The second part of the Church Planting series.

A study of the issue of instrumental music in the public worship of the church.

A study of Paul's first letter to the Thessalonians.

The antecedents, n.T. teaching, and early church history concerning Christian baptism.