SNT 614: Exposition of Romans 3 credits
An exposition of the epistle in light of the circumstances and experience of the Apostle Paul and the congregation in Rome. Careful attention is given to the structure of the book and the development of its major theological arguments. Exposure to both the classic and most recent commentary literature on Romans. Preparation of expository sermons required.
SNT 621: Foundations for Greek Exegesis 3 credits
Extensive review of Greek fundamentals, with translation of a variety of New Testament passages. Introduction to exegetical thinking, with readings and exegesis projects. Semi-remedial in nature, especially suited for students who feel moderately lacking in readiness for Methods of Greek exegesis.
SNT 635: Biblical Hermeneutics 3 credits
A study of the principles and practices essential to biblical interpretation with an emphasis on the conservative, grammatical-historical-contextual method, presupposing the inerrancy of Scripture. Special attention will also be given to the interpretation of the various genres of Scripture including poetry, narrative, epistolary and apocalyptic literature.
SNT 776: Theology & Practice of Prayer 3 credits
Investigation and systematization of the teaching of Scripture from biblical models, commands and instructions concerning prayer. Readings from the major devotional and expositional classics on the subject.
SNT 620: Survey of the New Testament 2 credits
Basic background, content and synopsis of the New Testament. Identification of major critical attacks. Introduction to key methods of Bible study. For students with little or no undergraduate background in Bible.
- Dates: October 15 – December 8
- Register by: October 1
The Lion and the Lamb: New Testament Essentials from The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown
Kostenberger, Andreas J., L. Scott Kellum, and Charles L. Quarles
Note: Kindle edition would be fine for this course; https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J1KB8I/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
SNT 681: New Testament Introduction 3 credits
The canon and text of the New Testament: composition, authorship, date and content of each book. The course gives special attention to the current Greek text controversy.
SNT 619: Exposition of Revelation 3 credits
An exposition of the content of the Apocalypse. Reading in the best, standard commentaries. Preparation of expository sermons from each section of the book.
SNT 650: New Testament Theology 3 credits
Application of the principles and methods of biblical theology to the study of the New Testament, with particular focus on the Kingdom of God.
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