Monday, August 23, 2021 - Friday, December 10, 2021
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.
New Testament Survey III
An introduction to the latter books of the New Testament, Hebrews through Revelation, their content, theology, and history. An inductive approach teaches students to become familiar with these portions of Scripture.
Old Testament Biblical Theology
A biblical-theological study of the Old Testament from a Kingdom-Covenant perspective. Provides a theological overview of the Old Testament by integrating Old Testament themes. Prerequisite: OT 501–503.
The Christian World View I
An in-depth look at the impact of theology, philosophy, history, science, and psychology on one’s worldview. Each area will be examined from a biblical perspective and contrasted with the secular humanist viewpoint.
Systematic and Historic Theology VI: The Church and Last Things
An examination of the seventh and eighth major areas of theology—the study of the church and last things. The course covers such topics as the nature, marks, and purpose of the church and its sacraments, and eschatology.
Friday, September 10, 2021 - Friday, December 10, 2021
New Testament Exegesis I
A study of the principles of Greek exegesis to facilitate the use of the Greek language for preaching and teaching. Prerequisite: NT 504A-C.
New Testament Biblical Theology
A biblical and theological study of the New Testament from a Kingdom-Covenant perspective. The course will focus on Synoptic and Pauline Theology and integrate themes from New Testament studies. Prerequisite: NT 501–503.
Systematic and Historical Theology I: Revelation and Inspiration
An exposition of key biblical passages exploring the first principle of the Christian faith that God is there and He has spoken. The course examines the basic doctrines of revelation and inspiration of Scripture.