Every year BI offers intensive on-campus courses for two weeks during the college inter-semester period. This year's Winter School runs from Monday 10th to Friday 21st July. The courses offered will be 'Luke's Gospel' with Dr Darrell Bock and 'Introduction to Islam' with SCCMM lecturers.
Read more about Dr Darrell Bock HERE
Read more about Introduction to Islam HERE
Where is the venue?
The BISA Campus, 180 Main Road, Kalk Bay, Cape Town.
What are the times?
Monday to Friday 0830 to 1300.
What is the Fee?
The Course Fee is R500 (covering two weeks of tuition)
We are able to offer a reduced Course Fee for Senior Citizens, please enquire.
Do I need previous theology credits?
You do not need any formal tuition in theology to enrol for either of the two-week courses. Members of the public who join these courses for personal enrichment (and not as part of formal study) are registered as auditing students. For auditing students, the full academic fee is reduced and the student is exempt from entrance requirements & exams.
If it’s an all-day class, what about lunch?
You may book lunch in the BISA dining room for a nominal charge per person per meal or you may bring your own lunch or visit 'Kalky's' in the harbour.
For more info about Winter School 2017 please contact the Bible Institute of South Africa +27 (0)21 7884116.
Here are a few random comments from class members attending the 2015 Winter School on ROMANS with Douglas Moo:
"Absolutely brilliant" LCB, BISA lecturer
"I'm impressed by the humility Dr Moo uses in putting forth the differing views on ROMANS; together with his faithfulness in staying close to the text" AV, Pastor & Teacher
"Doug presents all arguments from the text with no attempt to press home his personal viewpoint" TW, Church member
"He makes ROMANS clear and easy to approach" EL, 3rd-year student
"I feel so privileged to be in this class; Dr Moo's insight into scripture is mind-boggling" HA, church member
"Challenging, Helful, Clear" PWS, BISA Lecturer
"Transformation for my thinking" MN, 3rd-year Student
"I have never studied ROMANS in full; for me, Pauls overall theological argument of who we are in Christ has been, and I struggle for an adequate word here, it has been personally edifying" JN, 1st-year student