Academics

Academic Programs

Master of Divinity

General Description

The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) is a three-year programme. This programme is designed to provide professional training for those who are planning to minister in churches, teach in theological institutions, or minister in other related Christian ministries. The training in this programme is carried out in view of the African context in which the graduates will most likely minister.

Purpose

The nature of the Christian ministry today requires that the Christian minister has both a comprehensive and highly specialized education. The courses in the M.Div. programme at CBTS are designed to meet this demand. The courses enable students to think theologically and to be equipped with appropriate knowledge and skills for the ministry. To prepare students for different areas of ministry, each one has the opportunity to select an area of concentration (see below) that will prepare them for their vocation.

Entrance Requirements (see section under Admission)

Objectives

At the end of the M.Div. programme, students should be able to:

  1. Show that they have a good knowledge of the content of the Old and New Testaments
  2. Carry out ministry interacting biblically with historical and current issues facing the African church
  3. Explain clearly the role of the Church in evangelism and be personally involved in the completion of the Great Commission
  4. Demonstrate teaching skills in his or her area of concentration
  5. Manifest a godly life and serve others with humility
  6. Be a moral and ethical example in all aspects of their lives
  7. Live in love with other believers.

Content of the Programme

The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) is a three-year programme. All the M.Div. candidates are expected to complete 114 hours of work before graduation. These hours include 75 hours of core courses (which all students take) and 39 hours in their various areas of concentration. It is assumed that a student pursuing an M.Div. degree in 3 years will take an average of 16 hours per semester and 6 hours in the January and Summer sessions each year.

Core Courses for the M.Div. Programme (75 credit hours)

Core courses are required for all M.Div. students. These courses are designed to give students a broad knowledge base before they branch out into areas of concentration. Below is a list of the core courses.

Master of Divinity Concentrations

Biblical and Theological Studies.

Purpose. A concentration in Biblical and Theological Studies provides students with the foundation they need for effective ministry. Thus, the purpose of this concentration is to provide biblical, theological, historical, and practical training for persons who desire to be better equipped for the different ministries of the Church. It is also a preparation for students desiring to further their studies in the area of Biblical and Theological Studies. Students in this concentration receive a sound biblical foundation while at the same time getting practical training in ministry.

Content. In addition to the 75 credit hours of core courses, students in the Biblical and Theological Studies concentration are required to complete an additional 39 credit hours. These courses are listed below.

Evangelism and Missions Concentration.

Purpose. The Master of Divinity in Evangelism and Missions is designed to equip men and women for ministry as pastors, teachers, evangelists, missionaries, urban ministers, church planters, and workers for the denomination both within and outside Cameroon. In addition, a concentration in Evangelism and Missions prepares students for all other church related ministries that emphasize missions, evangelism, and church planting. Students in this concentration receive a sound biblical foundation while at the same time getting practical training in ministry.

Content. In addition to the 75 credit hours of core courses, students in the Evangelism and Missions concentration are required to complete an additional 39 credit hours. These courses are listed below.

Each student in the concentration is expected to carry out a missiological experience which is intended to expose the student to practical missiological ministry

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Master of Arts
General Description

The Master of Arts (M.A.) is a two-year program with emphasis in one of four areas: Bible & Theology, Pastoral Care and Counseling, Evangelism and Missions, and Christian Leadership and Administration.  The M.A. degree is designed to equip candidates who want to pursue further academic and/or professional degrees in particular areas of interest. M.A. candidates are expected to complete 69 credit hours of course work of which 24 are core courses and 45 are in their areas of concentration.  Candidates are also expected to write a thesis (100-120 pages) for which 6 credits are granted. 

Entrance Requirements (see section under Admission)

Objectives of the M.A. Program

Studies in the M.A. program are offered to equip qualified students for the practice of effective Christian ministry. The general objectives of this program are for each student to:

  1. embrace whole-heartedly and bear witness to the truth of Holy Scripture and the power of   the gospel
  2. embrace and maintain the historic principles of the Christian faith and of the Baptist heritage
  3. understand himself/herself as a called disciple and minister of Jesus Christ, serving his Kingdom with obedience and joy
  4. possess a deep and growing love for God, reverence for His holy character, and commitment to follow His wise and good ways without compromise
  5. possess an abiding love for people and the work of Christian ministry in the context of the Cameroon Baptist Convention and the Church in general
  6. embrace and live consistently within the moral imperatives of the Kingdom of God as revealed in the Holy Scriptures
  7. integrate theological understandings with human need in the contemporary world

Core Courses for the M.A. Programme (24 credit hours)

These courses are designed to give students a broad knowledge base before they branch out into areas of concentration. Below is a list of the core courses.

Required but not counted toward graduation credit hours. Students have the option of testing out of this course. See Academic Policies for information.
Required but for zero credit.

Pastoral Care and Counseling Concentration
Purpose. This is a two-year program that requires 69 credit hours of course work and a thesis (6 hours) to complete.  The program is designed to equip men and women for ministries that focus on pastoral care and counseling, such as chaplaincy.

Content. In addition to the 24 credit hours of core courses, students in the Pastoral Care and Counseling concentration are required to complete 51 credit hours in their area of concentration. These courses are listed below.

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Bachelor of Arts

General Description
The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is a three-year program.  CBTS offers four areas of concentration in the B.A. program. These are: Biblical and Theological Studies, Evangelism and Missions, Pastoral Care and Counseling, and Bible Translation.  Students in the B.A. program are expected to complete 78 hours of core courses and 39 hours in one of the areas of concentration, including 6 hours for thesis writing, for a total of 117 hours (different for translation students; see section on Bachelor of Arts in Bible Translation). A student in good academic standing can complete the program in three years taking 16-17 credit hours per semester, assuming modular courses are taken in the January and summer sessions.
Purpose
The primary purpose of the B.A. program is to equip students for ministry as pastors, teachers, pastoral counselors, missionaries, Bible translators, and chaplains. In addition, the B.A. program aims to provide the biblical and theological training that is necessary for other church-related ministries as well as for roles that require advanced theological education. It is critical that persons of Christian character, commitment, and integrity be developed for these ministries.

Entrance Requirements (see section under Admission)

Objectives of the B.A. Program
Studies in the B.A. program are offered to equip qualified students for the practice of effective Christian ministry. The general objectives of this program are for each student:

  1. to understand himself or herself as a called disciple and minister of Jesus Christ, serving his Kingdom with obedience and joy
  2. to possess a deep and growing love for God, reverence for His holy character, and commitment to follow His wise and good ways without compromise
  3. to possess an abiding love for people and the work of Christian ministry in the context of the Cameroon Baptist Convention and the Church in general, and be equipped to engage in Christian ministry
  4. to embrace whole-heartedly and bear witness to the truth of Holy Scriptures and the power of the gospel
  5. to embrace and maintain the historic principles of the Christian faith and of the Baptist heritage
  6. to embrace and live consistently with the moral imperatives of the Kingdom of God as revealed in the Holy Scriptures
  7. to integrate theological understandings with human need in the contemporary world.

 Core Courses for the B.A. Program (78 credit hours)

All students no matter their area of concentration must take the core courses. These courses are designed to give students a broad knowledge base before they branch out into areas of concentration. Below is a list of the core courses.

Bachelor of Arts Concentrations

Biblical and Theological Studies Concentration

Purpose. The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies is designed to offer ministry training to those who want to serve in the church in the areas of preaching and teaching. A concentration in Biblical and Theological Studies provides students with the foundation they need to effectively minister in the church. Thus, the purpose of this concentration is to provide biblical, theological, historical, and practical training for persons who desire to be better equipped to do ministry in the local church. It is also a preparation for students desiring to further their studies in the area of Biblical and Theological Studies. 

Content. In addition to the 78 credit hours of core courses, students in the Biblical and Theological Studies concentration are required to complete an additional 39 credit hours. These courses are listed below.

Evangelism and Missions Concentration

Purpose: The purpose of this concentration is to prepare students for ministry as pastors, teachers, evangelists, missionaries, ministers in cities, church planters, and workers for the denomination. In additional, a concentration in Evangelism and Missions prepares students for all other church related ministries that emphasize missions, evangelism, and church planting. Students in this concentration receive a sound biblical foundation while at the same time getting practical training in ministry.
Content:  In addition to the 78 credit hours of core courses, students in the Evangelism and Missions concentration are required to complete an additional 39 credit hours. These courses are listed below.

Bible Translation Concentration

Purpose: The purpose of the Bachelor of Arts in Bible Translation is to prepare students with basic formal training to lead Bible translation and literacy projects. They will be equipped to undertake basic descriptive linguistic analysis and translate the Bible into African languages. The program is interdisciplinary, combining biblical, linguistic, missiological, and ministerial training. The program will prepare students for leadership in the ministry of Bible translation, either as mother tongue or other tongue translators, or pastoral ministry. Students in this concentration receive a sound biblical foundation while at the same time getting practical training in ministry.
Content:  The core courses for the Bachelor of Arts in Bible Translation are different from those of the other concentrations. In addition to the core courses listed below (74 credit hours), students in the Bible Translation concentration are required to complete an additional 45 credit hours. See the list of courses in the Bible Translation concentration below.

  • Required but does not count toward graduation credit

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Diploma of Theology

General Description:
The Diploma of Theology (Dip.Th) degree is a three-year programme. Students in the Dip.Th programme are expected to complete 122 credit hours. Students in the Dip.Th programme also write a doctrinal statement as a graduation requirement.

Purpose:
The primary purpose of the Dip.Th programme is to equip students for ministry as pastors and workers for the Church. In addition, the Dip.Th programme aims to provide the biblical and theological training that is necessary for other church-related ministries, as well as for roles that require advanced theological education. It is critical that persons of Christian character, commitment, and integrity be developed for these ministries.

Entrance Requirements (see section under Admission)

Diploma of Theology Courses

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Certificate of Theology

General Description
The Certificate of Theology (C.Th) is a five year secondary level programme. This is for holders of the First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) who desire to receive theological education to prepare them for Christian ministries. Students in this programme take a minimum of 189 credit hours and write a doctrinal statement before graduation.

Entrance Requirements (see section under Admission)

Certificate of Theology Courses

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AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

JOHANNES AND MORNICA  BONGMBA SCHOLARSHIP
This is an academic scholarship that is offered yearly to two students with the highest academic performance as well as moral integrity. This scholarship carries a cash prize of 100,000 cfa each. Winners include highest Wimbum all round academic student and the highest all round academic student in the whole school.

ETOUG EBE BAPTIST CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP
C.Th./Dip.Th. This is a cash prize of 50,000 cfa given to the highest academic student in the Certificate or Diploma of Theology Program. The student must also be morally and spiritually growing.
B.A.. This is a cash prize of 100,000 cfa given to the highest academic student in the B.A. program. The student must be morally and spiritually mature.

LIMBE MILE 4 SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship carries a cash prize of 100,000 cfa offered to both a C.Th./Dip.Th. and a B.A. student with the best academic performance. The student must also demonstrate integrity in his/her moral life. Each winner gets 50,000 cfa.

T. NGALA’s MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This is a yearly scholarship that carries a cash prize of 100,000 cfa granted to a student who is good academically, morally, and has demonstrated great leadership skills while at the seminary.

SIL/CABTAL BIBLE TRANSLATION/LINGUISTICS SCHOLARSHIP
This is an academic scholarship offered to two students who are of good moral standing and demonstrate excellence in translation and linguistics respectively. Each winner gets a cash prize of 50,000 cfa.

CHIEF PROFESSOR AND MRS JIKONG AWARD
This is an award that is granted to two married students who as couples have demonstrated love, interest, and devotion to family. Each winner gets a cash prize of 25,000 cfa.

THE SHROEDER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This is a scholarship that is offered only to CBC Students who are studying at the Masters Level. The amount is determined by needs and availability of funds in the scholarship.

STUDENT MISSIONARY SCHOLARSHIP
The goal of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance for M.A. and B.A. students who are intending to serve as missionaries when they graduate from CBTS.  Missionary service includes evangelism, church planting, Bible translation, compassion ministries, justice ministries, and care for creation (Christian workers who would not receive a salary as a church pastor).  Criteria: satisfactory completion of one year of course work with an average of 80% or above; spiritual maturity and godly character with three or more references; financial need explained in a letter; written essay describing past service, calling, and intended future missionary work.  Financial assistance: up to 100,000 francs per student per year (depending on the need expressed in the letter).

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

THE CBC Women’s Union award carries a cash prize of 30,000 cfa given to one or two students who have demonstrated leadership in working with women.

The Nfah Mercy Award carries a cash prize of 15,000 cfa offered to a single student who is good academically, morally, and is involved in ministry while studying at CBTS.

The Nso Field Scholarship carries a cash prize of 25,000 cfa offered to a Nso Field recommended student who is academically and morally good. The selection for the winner of this scholarship is done by students recommended by Nso Field in the seminary and is ratified by faculty.

The Mbem Field Scholarship carries a cash prize of 30,000 cfa and is granted to two Mbem Field recommended students who are good both academically and morally.

The Pastor & Mrs Nsame Award carries a cash prize of 10,000 cfa and is offered to any mission-minded Diploma of Theology student who has passed through the Certificate of Theology Program.

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DIRECTORY

THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS

1.    The Seminary is governed by a Board of Governors, herein called the Board, and is composed of
a.    CBC General Secretary
b.     CBC Field Secretary
c.     CBC Evangelism Secretary (Chairman)
d.     CBTS President
e.     CBTS Vice-president (serves as secretary)
            f..    JMBC Principal
g.     Chairman, Evangelism Board
h.     BASAAN president
i.      Northern Region President
j.     CBC Comptroller
k.     Representative of the CBC Women's Union
l.     Chairman of Pastors' Fellowship
m.   One (1) lady at large (Active church member)
n.     One (1) man at large (Active church member)
o.     CBC Education Secretary
p.     BGC Representative
q.     3 Field Pastors

2.     The President of the Seminary is an ex-officio member of the Board without vote.  The Vice- President of the Seminary serves as Secretary of the Board, without vote.  The President of the Seminary serves as secretary of the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors.

3.   The Evangelism Secretary of the CBC is the Chairman of the Board and convenes all meetings with the President.

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THE FACULTY

Full-time Faculty

Rev. Mbongko George Tanya, President.
B.Th., CBTS, 1998.
M.A., Concentration in Biblical Studies, CBTS, 2008.
Instructor in Preaching, Worship, and Pastoral Theology.

Rev. Nseimboh Johnson Nyiangoh, Vice President and Academic Dean.
B.Th., CBTS, 2003.
M.Div., Concentration in Pastoral Care and Counseling, Taylor Seminary, 2008.
D.Min. candidate, Sioux Falls Seminary.
Instructor in Pastoral Care and Counseling.  

Pastor Ngalla Godlove
                   Master of Ministry, TNet College of Pastoral Leadership, Minnesota Graduate School of Theology, 2010
            President’s Administrative Assistant and Instructor in Christian Education
         
Rev. Fanfon Clifford Yiwong, Dean of Student Affairs.
B.Sc., Geology, University of Dschang.
M.Div., ECWA Theological Seminary, 2007.
Instructor in Pastoral Care and Counseling           

Mr. Wepngong Henry Ndukong, Librarian.
            Diploma in Library Science, University of Calabar, 2003.   
            B.Th., CBTS, 2009. 

Nfor Tangko, Registrar.           
B.Th., CBTS, 2006. 

Nji David Ndzi, Dean of Spiritual Life.
            B.Th., CBTS, 2006.

Rev. Dr. Gabriel Massa
B.Th., CBTS, 1992.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, 2003.
Ph.D., Missiology, Concordia Theological Seminary, 2009.
Instructor in Missiology and Theology.

Mrs. Angelista Massa
Dip.Th., CBTS, 2003.

Rev. Timothy Moline
B.A., Bethel College, 1995.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, 2007.
Instructor in New Testament and Pastoral Counseling.

Rev. Dr. Nchuoji Amos Ayeah
B.Th., CBTS, 1992.
M.Div., Bethel Seminary, 1999.
D.Miss., Western Seminary, 2007.
Instructor in Missiology and Church History.

Rev. Serim Patrick
B.Th., CBTS, 1995.
M.A., Concentration in Biblical Studies, Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, 2002.
Ph.D. candidate, South African Theological Seminary.
Instructor in Psychology, Islam, Hermeneutics, and Church History,
                       
Pastor Lance Rundus
B.A., University of Sioux Falls, 1999. 
M.Div., North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, 2002. 
Ph.D. candidate, Old Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
Instructor in Old Testament.

Dr. George Schultz
Certificate, Moody Bible Institute, 1983.
B.Sc., Business Administration, University of Akron, 1985. 
M.A., Linguistics, University of Texas, 1994.
M.A., Biblical Exegesis and Linguistics, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1995.
Ph.D., Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary, 2013. 

Rev. Webnda Joshua
            B.Th., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, 2002.
Th.M., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, 2004
D.Min. candidate, Sioux Falls Seminary.
Instructor in Preaching, Greek, and New Testament

Rev. Yembe Zachee Nwendi
            B.Th., CBTS, 1995.        
            M.A., Religious Arts, Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, 2002.          
            Instructor in Bible, Apologetics, Christian Ethics, French, and Church History.  

Part-Time Faculty

Katrina LaLoie Boutwell
                   B.Sc., Davidson College, 1994.
Masters in Language Development, Concentration in Sociolinguistics, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2000.
Serving as linguist for Misaje Cluster in North West Region of Cameroon, 2004-present.

Richard Lee Boutwell
B.Sc., Medical Technology, University of Central Oklahoma, 1990.
M.A. in Linguistics, University of Texas at Arlington, 2000. 
Serving as linguistics coordinator for Misaje Cluster in North West Region of Cameroon, 2004-present.

Rev. Dr. Nfor Philemon Bungansa
B.A., University of Yaounde,
M.Div., The Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary.
D.Min., Leadership, Sioux Falls Seminary.

Rev. Dr. Nditemeh Charlemagne
Master's Degree in Legal Philosophy, University of Yaoundé II Soa, 1998.
M.Div., Eastern (now Palmer) Theological Seminary, 2002.
D.Min., Marriage and Family, Eastern (now Palmer) Theological Seminary, 2005.
Doctor of Theological Studies, Systematic Theology, Bethany Bible College and Seminary, 2005

Dr. Peter Yuh Kimeng
B.A., English Modern Letters, Minor: French, University of Yaoundé, 1985.
Maîtrise: Linguistics, University of Yaoundé, 1986.
Diplôme de Professeurs des Lycées d’Enseignement Générale (DIPLEG), Ecole Normale Supérieure (University of Yaoundé), 1987.
M.A., Translation Studies, Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, 1994.
Ph.D., Translation Studies, Africa International University, 2010. 

Paul Kimbi
Cameroon College of Arts, Science and Technology, Bambili, 1988-1990.
B.A., Concentration in Philosophy, University of Yaounde I, 1993.
M.A., Translation Studies, Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology.
Ph.D., candidate, South African Theological Seminary.

Matthew Lee
B.Sc. in Integrated Science and Technology, Concentration in Information Knowledge Management, James Madison University, 2006.
B.A., Philosophy and Religion, Concentration in Philosophy, 2006.
DELF level B2 in French, Inlingua, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Certificate in Applied Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2013.

Njeck Mathaus Mbah
B.A. Hons, Concentration in African languages and Linguistics, University of Yaounde 1, 2000.
Maîtrise  Degree/ Masters 1, Concentration in African Languages and Linguistics, University of Yaounde 1, 2004.                           

Dr. Nancy Palmer
B.F.A., Photography, Kansas City Art Institute, 1976.
Certificate in Religious Studies, North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, 1984.  
M.A., Missiology, Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1986. 
Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1993.  

Visiting Faculty (2010-2013)

Bryce Ashlin-Mayo
B.Th. (Honors), Canadian Bible College (now Ambrose University College), 1998.
M.Div., Taylor Seminary, 2008
D.Min. candidate, George Fox Theological Seminary. 

Virginia Bradley
Diploma in Bible, Multnomah School of the Bible (now University), 1964.
B.C.A., Dallas Baptist College (now University), 1981. 
M.A.B.S., Multnomah Biblical Seminary, 1987. 
Assistant Director for Language Programs, SIL Cameroon 1999-2001; Coordinator for SIL Cameroon Scripture Use Department 2010-2013; Instructor for Scripture Use Training, SIL iDelta programme, Kenya, 2012.

Richard W. Cornish
B.A., Major in Greek, Minor in History, University of Nebraska, 1973.  
M.A., Major in Greek, Minor in History, University of Nebraska, 1978.
D.Min., Pastoral Studies, Denver Seminary, 1992.

J. Andrew Cowan
B.A.D.M., Campbell University, 2003. 
M.A., Biblical and Pastoral Studies, The Bethlehem College and Seminary, 2005
M.A., Biblical Exegesis, Wheaton College Graduate School, 2007.
M.A., Historical and Systematic Theology, Wheaton College Graduate School, 2007.
Th.M., New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2011.
Ph.D.  candidate in New Testament, University of St Andrews.

Bruce Cox
Graduate Diploma of Social Sciences, Applied Linguistics, South Pacific SIL, 2002.

Christine DeVisser
B.Sc., Applied Chemistry, University of Waterloo, 1998.
SIL Course Set 1, Trinity Western University, 2001.
Masters of Applied Linguistics and Exegesis, Trinity Western Seminary, 2003. 
Field experience in phonetics and other areas of linguistics, Bamukumbit, North West Region of Cameroon, 2005-present. 

Gretchen Harro
B.A. in French and English, Whitworth University, 1968.
SIL courses at University of Washington and the University of Texas at Arlington, 1980-82.
Linguist-exegete in Yemba Project (SIL), Western Region, Cameroon, 1983-2011.       
Translation Consultant in SIL Cameroon, 2010-present.    
Anthropology Department Coordinator, SIL, Cameroon, 2008-present.     

Nancy R. Haynes
B.A., English, Wheaton College, 1971.
M.L.S., Simmons School of Library Science, 1972.
M.T.S., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1978.
M.A., Linguistics, University of Texas-Arlington, 1981.
Linguist-exegete in Yemba Project (SIL), Western Region, 1983-2011.            
Translation Consultant in SIL, Cameroon, 2010-present.
Translation Department Coordinator, SIL, Cameroon, 2011-present.     

Emmanuel Keyeh
B.A., Economics, University of Dschang, Cameroon, 2002.
Post Graduate Diploma in Literacy Programme Development, European Training Programme, Middlesex University, 2013.

Dr. Joseph Mfonyam Ngwa
Ph.D., Linguistics, University of Yaounde, 1982.

Dieudonné Tamfu
B.Th., CBTS, 2005.
Diploma in Pastoral Studies, The Bethlehem College and Seminary, 2010.
M.A.T.S., Bethel Theological Seminary, 2010
Ph.D. candidate, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Dr. Stefano Piva
Bachelor of Religion, North American Baptist College, 1996.
M.Div., Edmonton Baptist (now Taylor) Seminary, 2000. 
D.Min., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 2009

Dr. Sydney H. T. Page
B.Th., London College of Bible and Missions (now Tyndale University College), 1967.
M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1970.
Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1971. 
Ph.D., University of Manchester, 1974. 

Dr. Willy Muller
B.Th., North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, 1951.
B.A, Sioux Falls College, 1956.
B.D., St. Stephens College, 1971.
B.Ed.. University of Alberta, 1972.
M.Ed.. University of Alberta, 1975.
D.D.. North American Baptist (now Sioux Falls) Seminary, 1988.

Dr. Joost J. J. Pikkert
B.Th., Prairie Bible College, 1984.
M.A., Wheaton Graduate School, 1987.
Ph.D., Education, University of Nebraska, 1990.
Graduate Linguistic Study, University of North Dakota, 1991.
Indonesian Language Study, Universitas Indonesia, 1992.

Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner
B.S., Western Oregon University.
M.Div., Th.M., Western Conservative Baptist Seminary.
Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary.

Dan Schroth
M.Div. Taylor Seminary, 2005. 

Shafer Parker
B.A., Carson-Newman College.
M. Div., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, 1990.

Benard Talah
B.A. (Hons), English, University of Buea, Cameroon.
M.A., Education, Mother Tongue Education, English Language and Literature, Linguistics, University of Buea, Cameroon, 2002.

Nigel David Wheeler
B.A., Bible/Theology, Briercrest Bible College, 1994. 
M.T.S, Historical Theology, Trinity Western University, 1997. 
Ph.D., Theology (Church Polity), University of Pretoria, 2009. 

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