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Bible School

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Founded and established by Dr Lona Copeland- Blake.

Lecturer: PhD ‘Theology’ General Overseer, Pastor, Teacher; International Evangelist, Author

London School Of Ministries & Theology

Welcome to the London School of Ministries & Theology, a Christian Ministry Training Institute that offers courses to equip and sharpen the skills of men and women who are called to do the work of the Kingdom of God.

Our courses are aimed at Christians who want to enhance their ministry skills to serve more effectively in the Kingdom of God, by applying their knowledge of the Bible


Introduction To Christian Theology

The function of the Christian church

1.Church policy, including principles of eldership, deaconship, and the role of evangelists and other church leaders.

 2. Biblical principles of discipleship in the development of spiritual maturity. The Work of the Holy Spirit

Introduction to the Old Testament

1. Pentateuch 

2. Historical Books 

3.  Prophetic Books & Ministry 

4.  The Writings

Introduction to the New Testament

1.The Plan of Salvation 

2. Intoduction to the Synoptic Gospels 

3: Studying The Pauline Epistles

3. Evangelism Personal Evangelism

4.Principles of effective evangelism and effective disciple-making from biblical principles 

A. The work of the Holy Spirit 

B. The prayer Ministry

5. Spiritual Warfare and Prayer Ministry

The principles of communicating with God for Christian spiritual growth and maturity.

6. Christian Apologetics

Understanding  Christian Apologetics The principles of defending and promoting the Christian faith Theology, and Philosophy Exploring  the connections between science, Christian theology and philosophy. 

the relationship of science and religion, different paradigms of theological interpretation and various mega issues of cosmology

7. Biblical Hermeneutics and Exegesis

Understanding the  principles of Biblical interpretation; interpreting the books of the Bible.

8. Church History
Biblical Homiletics

Understanding the  practice principles of sermon preparation and preaching 


Exploring 4 Levels of Prophetic 


Church Planting Ministry 

Train and equip Christian believers in the field of , church planting and church growth.

 pastoral training as well as spiritual and character training. Studying the Book of Acts Christain apologetics EXPLORING THE TWO PRIMARY METHODS  OF CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS 

1.Classical apologetics, 

2.“presuppositional” apologetics and defending the Gospel of Jesus Christ Eschatology and Pentecostal Eschatology We will study the End Time; things to Come; the Rapture, Tribulation and the Millennium.

The Bethel School of Ministry and Theology 

Studying the Bible

How the bible is written


When it comes to Christian studies, there are a lot of terms to keep track of. It can be easy to confuse all the words you hear, especially when you don’t know exactly what they all mean. 

When you see the words “biblical studies” and “theology,” you might think they are the same thing.

 So, what is the difference?

Theology is the study of God while Biblical studies is the study of the Bible itself.  But there are ways in which you study God and ways to study the Bible

Theology is broader than religious studies but more focussed than philosophy, theology is a unique subject that looks at the world around us through the lens of religion

Christian theology is the study of Christian belief and practice. Such study concentrates primarily upon the texts of the Old Testament and the New Testament as well as on Christian tradition. Christian theologians use biblical exegesis, they analysing and discussing  texts.

When you use the lens of Biblical studies, you will study the Bible book by book. Theology takes a more topical approach. It divides the Bible into common themes or categories to better understand the overall message. 

Biblical studies examine the Bible’s scriptures and the cultures where these scriptures have originated, and provides instruction based on this research.


Definition of terms


From the Greek biblios, bibliology is the study of the book, or more specifically, the study of the Bible. It is vital to have a solid Bibliopoly, because if we don’t approach the Bible properly, then we have no real authority to speak on any of the other areas of systematic theology.


Before we look at the books of the Bible, let’s see where the word “Bible” comes from. It is originally from the Greek word “biblos” which was the name assigned to the outer coat of a papyrus reed in Egypt during the eleventh century B.C. The plural form of “biblos” is “biblia” which word the Christians by the second century A.D. were using to describe their writings. The Latin picked up the word, using the same spelling and it was then transliterated into French maintaining the Greek spelling. The English word came from the Old French, changing its ending making the word Bible


Paul in training his young protégée Timothy told him. “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” ~2 Timothy 3:16-17


Systematic theology, or systematics, is a discipline of Christian theology that formulates an orderly, rational, and coherent account of the doctrines of the Christian faith. It addresses issues such as what the Bible teaches about certain topics or what is true about God and His universe. It also builds on Biblical disciplines, church history, as well as Biblical and historical theology. Systematic theology shares itself with other disciplines such as constructive theology, dogmatics, ethics, apologetics, and philosophy of religion.


What is Doctrine 

A Christian doctrine is what the entire Bible has to say on one particular subject. Therefore, we speak of such things as the “doctrine” of Christ, the “doctrine” of God, and the “doctrine” of the church. This refers to what Christians believe about these subjects based upon the teaching of the Bible.


What is apologetics?


Christian apologetics is the intellectual defence of the truth of the Christian religion. The word apologetics itself stems from the Greek word apologia, which means simply an answer given in reply. Christian apologetics in discussion will most likely end up as a debate.