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Spring & Summer 2019 Courses



SPRING:
Greek 2 - Pentateuch - Synoptic Gospels & Acts
Humanity & Christology (ST 2) - Apologetics - Kingdom of God

SUMMER:
Greek Exegesis - Preaching 1
Holy Spirit, Salvation & Last Things (ST3)
Christian Thought

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Spring & Summer 2019 Courses



SPRING:
Greek 2 - Pentateuch - Synoptic Gospels & Acts
Humanity & Christology (ST 2) - Apologetics - Kingdom of God

SUMMER:
Greek Exegesis - Preaching 1
Holy Spirit, Salvation & Last Things (ST3)
Christian Thought

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Pentateuch


Pentateuch


Course Name

BT 511       Pentateuch       [syllabus]

Course Description

A detailed study of the Old Testament “Books of Moses”: Genesis−Deuteronomy. Focus will be on introductory material, salient literary features, theology, canonical contribution, and contemporary debates.

3 credits

Times

Monday-Friday, April 8th - 12th, 9:00am to 5:00pm

Location

 

College Park Church

2606 West 96th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Professor

Dr. John Currid

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Greek II


Greek II


Course Name

LA 482          Greek 2        [syllabus]

Course Description

Intensive instruction in reading New Testament Greek with emphasis on vocabulary, morphology and grammar. Together with Greek I students will be exposed to all the necessary tools for in-depth New Testament translation.   

3 credits

Times

Tuesday nights, 7-10pm
February 5th - May 14th

Location

 

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

1505 N Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Professors

Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski
& Pastor Kevin McClure

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Synoptic Gospels & Acts


Synoptic Gospels & Acts


Course Name

BT 611       Synoptic Gospels & Acts       [syllabus]

Course Description

A detailed study of the Synoptic Tradition: Matthew, Mark and Luke-Acts. Focus will be on introductory material, salient literary features, theology, canonical contribution, and contemporary debates.

3 credits

Times

Monday Nights, 7-10pm
February 4th - May 13th

Location

 

Castleview Church

8601 Hague Road
Indianapolis, IN 46256

Professor

Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Humanity & Christology (ST II)


Humanity & Christology (ST II)


Course Name

ST 602               Humanity & Christology (ST II)        [syllabus]

Course Description

Intensive and thorough instruction on Anthropology, Hamartiology, and Christology. Together with ST 601, ST 603 and ST 604, all the major theological loci will be covered in depth.

3 credits

Times

Three Weekends:
Friday, February 8, 7-10pm & Saturday, February 9, 9am-5pm
Friday, March 8, 7-10pm & Saturday, March 9, 9am-5pm
Friday, March 29, 7-10pm & Saturday, March 30, 9am-5pm

Plus Four Thursday Night Colloquia:
Thursday, February 14, 7-10pm
Thursday, February 28, 7-10pm
Thursday, March 21, 7-10pm
Thursday, April 11, 7-10pm

Location

 

LifePoint Church

8540 Combs Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46237

Professors

Dr. Stephen Wellum & Dr. David Schrock

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Apologetics


Apologetics


Course Name

PH 701       Apologetics        [syllabus]

Course Description

A meticulous study of apologetic methods, the history of apologetics, and current intellectual and social challenges to Christianity. 

3 credits

Times

Three Weekends:
Friday, February 22, 7-10pm & Saturday, February 23, 9am-5pm
Friday, March 22, 7-10pm & Saturday, March 23, 9am-5pm
Friday, April 26, 7-10pm & Saturday, April 27, 9am-5pm

Plus Four Wednesday Night Colloquia:
Wednesday, February 13, 7-10pm
Wednesday, March 13, 7-10pm
Wednesday, April 10, 7-10pm
Wednesday, May 8, 7-10pm

Location

 

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

1505 N Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Professor

Dr. Michael Payne

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Kingdom of God


Kingdom of God


Course Name

BT 621       Kingdom of God       [syllabus]

Course Description

A survey of the concept of the kingdom of God in the biblical canon with special attention to the Gospels. The course will explore the kingdom’s soteriological, ecclesiological, and missional implications.

2 credits

Times

Thursday, May 23rd, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday, May 24th and 25th, 9:00am to 5:00pm

Location

 

Solid Word Bible Church

4374 W 52nd St
Indianapolis, IN 46254

Professor

Dr. Nicholas Perrin

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Greek Exegesis


Greek Exegesis


Course Name

LA 510          Greek Exegesis        [syllabus]

Course Description

Intensive instruction in interpreting the Greek New Testament with emphasis on vocabulary, morphology, grammar and hermeneutics. Prerequisites: LA 481 & 482.  

2 credits

Times

Tuesday nights, 7-10pm
May 28th - August 20th

Location

 

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

1505 N Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Professors

Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Holy Spirit, Salvation & Last Things (ST III)


Holy Spirit, Salvation & Last Things (ST III)


Course Name

ST 603     Holy Spirit, Salvation & Last Things (ST III)     [syllabus]

Course Description

Intensive and thorough instruction on Pneumatology, the Ordo Salutis, and Eschatology. Together with ST 601, ST 602 and ST 604, all the major theological loci will be covered in depth.

3 credits

Times

This course will meet for three weekend intensives (Friday night 7-10pm, and all day Saturday 9am-5pm) in the months of June-August.
First weekend: June 21-22.
Second weekend: July 26-27.
Third weekend: August 16-17.

As well as four Thursday night colloquia (7-10pm):
First colloquium: June 13.
Second colloquium: July 11.
Third colloquium: August 8.
Final Exam: August 22.

Location

 

LifePoint Church

8540 Combs Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46237

Professors

Dr. Stephen Wellum & Dr. David Schrock

Register

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.

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Preaching I


Preaching I


Course Name

PT 601       Preaching I       [syllabus written in conjunction with student’s mentor]

Course Description

An introductory study of the theology and practice of expositional preaching, under the tutelage of a seasoned preacher in the context of a local church.  Emphasis on observing and learning.

3 credits

Times

June 5-7
Wednesday June 5, 8:15am-4:30pm
Thursday June 6, 8:15am-4:30pm
Friday June 7, 8:15am-12:30pm

Students will also meet with their Practical Theology Mentor throughout the summer.

Locatio

 
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Christian Thought


Christian Thought


 Course Name

PH 620       Christian Thought [syllabus]

Course Description

A critical application of the Christian worldview in the context of a diverse survey of philosophical and cultural trends. Focus will be on the application of Christian discernment within all arenas of intellectual pursuit. 

2 credits

Times

Monday Nights, 7-10pm
June 3rd - July 29th

Location

 

Castleview Church

8601 Hague Road
Indianapolis, IN 46256

Professor

Dr. Mark Eckel

Registration

first complete the ITS application.
Current ITS Students Please see your acceptance letter for registration info.