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 fall 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. 29-Dec.9.
Old Testament Biblical Theology: This course is a biblical-theological study of the Old Testament from a Kingdom-Covenant perspective. The course will be taught by Dr. Mark House, Professor of Biblical Studies.
Church Development B: This course studies the theology of the church and biblical principles of ministry seeking to understand how undergird the practice of ministry. Areas covered include church planting, development, revitalization and organization. This course will be taught by Dr. Dominic Aquila, President, New Geneva Theological Seminary.
Systematic & Historical Theology: Man: This course examines the second major theological area, the doctrine of man, covering man as made in Godís image, as covenant creature, and as covenant breaker. The course will be taught by Dr. C. W. Powell, Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology.
New Testament Survey II: An introduction to the Pauline Epistles of the New Testament, Romans through Philemon, their contents, theology, and history. Course instructor to be announced.
Church History II: This course surveys the history of the Christian church from the Reformation through today, providing a timeline with major people, events, movements, and places. The course will be taught by Dr. C. W. Powell, Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology.
New Testament Exegesis II: The second of two Greek exegesis courses teaching students the use of the Greek language in preparation for preaching and teaching. The course will be taught by Dr. Mark House, Professor of Biblical Studies.
Leadership: This course studies the biblical principles of leadership and the various leadership styles, emphasizing topics such as team building, recruiting, conflict resolution, strategic planning, budget preparation, chairing meetings, and the use of computer technology. The course will be taught by Dr. Chris Faria, retired Army chaplain and former pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Fellowship.
Systematic & Historical Theology: Church and Last Things: This course will examine the seventh and eighth major theological areas, the study of the church, covering such topics as the nature, marks, and purpose of the church and its sacraments, and the doctrine of last things, looking at the complex events concerned with the end-times. The course will be taught by Dr. C. W. Powell, Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology.
Introduction to Hebrew B: This is the second semester of a three-semester course that introduces the basic grammar and vocabulary of Old Testament Hebrew. The course will be taught by Rev. Mark Spellman, Pastor of Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church, Pueblo West, CO.
If you have an undergraduate degree and desire to become better equipped for service for the kingdom, email email@example.com or call (719) 573-5395 for information on enrollment for credit or audit.