The Malcolm Smith Bible Institute
For nearly sixty years Malcolm Smith has studied the Word of God seeking to understand the nature of God revealed in Jesus Christ and our being united with Him in covenant relationship. In the Malcolm Smith Bible Institute he shares these insights in over 100 hours of personal teaching.
MSBI is not attached to any other school of seminary and does not give credits that are recognized by any other school or seminary. The Institute consists of a series of modules personally taught by Malcolm Smith to small classes.
Module 1 is currently scheduled for September 11-12, 2020. More information is available hereModules 2 and 3 have been scheduled for 2021. If you’re interested in taking Module One, we do not have any meetings scheduled at this time. You can contact our scheduling coordinator Judy Christian at (830) 328-3770 and request to take the Module remotely, using video recordings and notes from Module One. (Registration fees still apply)
Upcoming Bible School Modules:
Module 2: Feb. 19-20 and March 19-20, 2021
Module 3: Sept. 17-18 and October 15-16, 2021
- Module 1: The revelation of the Trinity in Jesus Christ; the Everlasting Covenant.
- Module 2: Jesus Christ Creator; The Creation Covenant; the entrance of sin and the Adamic Covenant.
- Module 3: The Abrahamic Covenant; covenant salvation language of the Old Testament; the prophecies of Messiah through Malachi.
- Module 4: The Incarnation; the life and mission of Jesus Christ and the place of the Spirit in His life.
- Module 5: The vicarious life, suffering, death, burial, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ; the New Covenant and His victory over Satan, sin and death.
- Module 6: The coming of the Spirit at Pentecost; union with Christ; the Body of Christ; the New Man and the New Creation.
- Module 7: The return of Jesus Christ; the resurrection of the dead and the eternal future.
A certificate of completion is given at the end of the course.
A cycle of modules begins when enough people have indicated their desire to be part of a class. Module one is then announced to the public. Thereafter the class determines the date of Module two and each module following. The modules cannot be taken out of order; a student cannot advance to Module two until Module one has been completed and so through the cycle.