Munster Bible College is designed to assist in the training of church leadership primarily for the ABCI churches (Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland) situated in Munster.
Three courses are offered per year in a one-week modular format, in January, June and September.
Each module will be comprised of:
The fees are €90.00 per module.
Dustin is currently associate pastor of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama and a Ph.D. candidate in Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. Dustin has an M.Div. from the same institution and served as a junior fellow at The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies and editor of The Andrew Fuller Review as well as several books. Dustin and his wife Molli live in Mobile, Alabama.
Ian Hugh Clary (PhD., University of the Free State) is a Research and Teaching Assistant and Fellow of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, a pastoral assistant at West Toronto Baptist Church, Toronto, Ontario, and part-time lecturer at Munster Bible College. He has co-edited The Pure Flame of Devotion: The History of Christian Spirituality and has contributed to periodicals such as Evangelical Quarterly, Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, and Banner of Truth Magazine. Ian is married to Vicky and they have three children, Jack, Molly, and Kate.
Coleman Ford is founder and editor of Center of Ancient Christian Studies and Fides et Humilitas: The Journal of the Center for Ancient Christian Studies. He is currently a Ph.D. student in Church History and Christian Ethics at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Coleman has published numerous articles in the field of early Christianity and is currently writing his dissertation on marriage and sexuality in third century Christianity.
Crawford Gribben has taught early modern studies at the University of Manchester, Trinity College Dublin, and Queen's University Belfast, where is professor of early modern British history. He is the author of a number of books on puritanism and evangelicalism, including a forthcoming biography of John Owen.
Born in England of Irish and Kurdish parents, Michael Haykin is Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. He is also Adjunct professor of Church History at the Toronto Baptist Seminary and Bible College, Toronto. Dr. Haykin has a B.A. in Philosophy, a M.Rel., and a Th.D. in Church History. He has authored numerous books. He and his wife Alison, and their two children, Victoria and Nigel, live in Dundas, Ontario.
Raised in the mountains of North Carolina, USA, Michael is the executive director of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS). He has a B.A. from the University of North Carolina, a M.Div. from Columbia Biblical Seminary, and a M.Phil. and Ph.D. From Hebrew Union College. His doctoral dissertation is being published as Divine Motive in the Hebrew Bible: A Comprehensive Survey and Analysis. In addition to his work with ETS, Michael serves as a pastor at Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, Kentucky and as adjunct Old Testament faculty at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Born and raised in West Virginia, USA, Brian Vickers currently serves as Associate Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Assistant Editor of The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology. He has his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. His doctoral thesis has been published as Jesus' Blood and Righteousness: Paul's Theology of Imputation. He has also published numerous articles in journals.
Born in Ontario, Canada, Kirk Wellum serves as the Principal and Professor in Systematic Theology & Biblical Studies at the Toronto Baptist Seminary and Bible College, Toronto, Ontario. He has a B.Th from Tyndale University College and Seminary, Toronto, a B.A. from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and an M.Div. from Toronto Baptist Seminary. He has pastored three churches in Ontario. He and his wife Debbie have four children, and live in Ancaster, Ontario.
Born in Ontario, Canada, Stephen Wellum is Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky and the editor of The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology. He previously taught at the Associated Canadian Theological Schools and Northwest Baptist Theological College and Seminary. He has also served as a pastor, written numerous journal articles and contributed to several books. He and his wife Karen have five children, and live in Kentucky.