STh 601: Systematic Theology 3 credits
A study of the nature, necessity, methods and materials of theology; and the application of the principles of systematic theology to the scriptural revelation about God, man and sin, following a biblical dispensational hermeneutic. Preparation of an ordination doctrinal statement for ministry students; theological reading summaries for others. Students from a Baptist heritage will be expected to clearly articulate Baptist theological distinctives and church polity. Each student's doctrinal statement/theological summaries will be prepared so as to reflect a biblical dispensational hermeneutic.
STh 675: Theology of Missions 3 credits
An examination and systemization of the teaching of Scripture on the subject of world evangelism. Includes a comparison and contrast of the biblical model with contextualized theologies, such as Minjung theology, Black theology, Hispanic theology and African theology.
- Dates: March 6 – April 29
- Register by: February 20
- Number of Proctored Tests in Course: 2
Paradigms in Conflict
Grand Rapids, MI
Salvation to the Ends of the Earth
Kostenberger, Andreas J. and Peter T. OBrien
Downers Grove, IL
InterVarsity Press, 2001
MissionShift: Global Mission Issues in the Third Millennium
Stetzer, Ed and David Hesselgrave, editors
B&H Publishers, 2010
What is the Mission of the Church?
Kevin DeYoung & Greg Gilbert
STh 703: Biblical Sanctification 3 credits
A study of the theology of biblical holiness, with a special emphasis on individual progressive sanctification; and the biblical theology of ecclesiastical unity and separatism, especially as it relates to the history of Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism from the early twentieth century to the present.
- Dates: June 19 – August 5
- Register by: June 5
- Number of Proctored Tests in Course: 4
Five Views on Sanctification
Melvin E. Dieter, et al
Note: You may use a later edition of this book.
Promise Unfulfilled: The Failed Strategy of Modern Evangelicalism
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