New Geneva Seminary has always put a major emphasis on preparing people to serve Christ whether or not they are enrolled in one of our degree programs. To accomplish this, we have made auditing courses exceptionally affordable. This spring we are offering several courses of general interest to all Christians. All are evening courses that meet for two hours per week. Courses run from Aug. 25-Dec. 5.
American Church History: A survey of the church in America from the colonial period to the present. Students may do in-depth research on their own church heritage. This course will be taught by Dr. Dominic Aquila, President of New Geneva Theological Seminary.
Homiletics A: The study of the basic principles of communication, with emphasis on sermon preparation and delivery. Use of the media will also be covered. This course will be taught by Dr. Chris Faria, Adjunct Professor of Homiletics.
New Testament Survey III: An introduction to the latter books of the New Testament, Hebrews through Revelation, their contents, theology, and history. Dr. Louis Hill, Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies.
Old Testament Exegesis I: The first of two Old Testament exegetical courses, designed to develop skills in the use of the Hebrew Old Testament and to demonstrate its usefulness for preaching and teaching. This course will be taught by Dr. Mark House, Professor of Biblical Studies.
Systematic Theology II: God: This course examines the first major theological area, Theology Proper, covering such topics as Godís attributes, God as Trinity, His eternal decrees and His works of creation and providence. This course will be taught by Dr. C. W. Powell, Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology.
Introduction to Greek A: An introduction to the basic grammar and vocabulary of New Testament Greek in preparation for using the language for studying, preaching, and teaching the New Testament. Taught in three sections, in three successive semesters. First semester.
Romans: This course is an exegetical study of the book of Romans, using the commentary of Charles Hodge and other sources. NT 505 and NT 505 are prerequisite for enrolment for credit. This course will be taught by Dr. C. W. Powell, Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology.
Old Testament Survey I: A study of the Old Testament books of Genesis through Joshua, emphasizing the content, theology, and chronology of events. Uses inductive Bible study methods. This course will be taught by Dr. Mark House, Professor of Biblical Studies.
Pastoral Counseling A
A study of and development of a biblical philosophy of counseling. The "A" section will cover spiritual/personal life issues and an introduction to biblical principles of counseling. This course will be taught by Dr. Robert Stuart, Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Counseling.
If you have an undergraduate degree and desire to become better equipped for service for the kingdom, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (719) 573-5395 for information on enrollment for credit or audit.