LA 481 Greek I [syllabus]
Intensive instruction in reading New Testament Greek with emphasis on vocabulary, morphology and grammar. Together with Greek II students will be exposed to all the necessary tools for in-depth New Testament translation.
Tuesday nights, 7-10pm
September 4 - December 11
BT 514 Old Testament Prophetic Books [syllabus]
A detailed study of the Old Testament prophetic genre: Isaiah−Malachi. Focus will be on introductory material, salient literary features, theology, canonical contribution, and contemporary debates.
Friday, September 21, 7-10pm & Saturday, September 22, 9am-5pm
Friday, October 26, 7-10pm & Saturday, October 27, 9am-5pm
Friday, November 16, 7-10pm & Saturday, November 17, 9am-5pm
Friday, December 7, 7-10pm & Saturday, December 8, 9am-5pm
ST 601 God & Scripture (ST 1) [syllabus]
Intensive and thorough instruction on Theological Method, Theology Proper, and Revelation. Together with ST 602, ST 603 and ST 604, all the major theological loci will be covered in depth.
Friday, September 7, 7-10pm & Saturday, September 8, 9am-5pm
Friday, October 12, 7-10pm & Saturday, October 13, 9am-5pm
Friday, November 2, 7-10pm & Saturday, November 3, 9am-5pm
Plus Four Weeknight Colloquia:
Wednesday, September 26, 7-10pm
Wednesday, October 24, 7-10pm
Wednesday, November 14, 7-10pm
Wednesday, December 5, 7-10pm
PH 601 History of Philosophy [syllabus]
A survey of the major intellectual trends and events since the Renaissance that have given shape to the current western philosophical and social climate. Particular epistemological and ethical barriers to the gospel’s plausibility will be explored.
Monday nights, 7-10pm
September 10 - December 10
PT 701 Counseling [syllabus]
A hands-on learning experience of, and training in, counseling within the context of local church ministry, with attention to biblically faithful and theologically wise practices.
Thursday nights, 7-10pm
September 6 - December 13