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Spring Seminary Class Schedule (January 17-May 6, 2022)

Tuesday

8:00am-9:30pm

2T1341
Biblical Theology Elective

Dr. Peacock

Seeking to let the Bible itself set the agenda, Biblical Theology examines the major subject pillars that structure the biblical story and message. The course will examine the major doctrines as they unfold from OT to NT. The course will investigate these major subjects:

Old Testament: Creation and Fall; Abraham: Election and Purpose; Exodus: Redemption and Covenant; David: Eternal Kingship; Prophets: The Demand for Covenant Living; Gospel: Hope Beyond Judgment; Psalms and Wisdom: Worship and Wisdom for Life

New Testament: Jesus: Fulfillment of OT Hopes; The Kingdom of God; The Cross and Resurrection; God’s Grace of Salvation; The Church: People of the New Covenant; Ministry of the Holy Spirit; Completion: Hope for the Future

9:30am-11:00am

2B1312
Old Testament II
3 hours

Dr. Peacock

Old Testament II includes a study of the Wisdom Books, Psalms, and Major and Minor Prophets (Job – Malachi).

11:00am-12:30pm

2L2312
Biblical Greek II *
3 hours

Dr. Booth

This course is the second in a sequence which orients the student to the study of the Greek New Testament. Greek II is a continuation of Greek I, with an emphasis on translation of selected passages from the Greek New Testament. The course also serves as a foundation for exegetical study of the Greek New Testament. The prerequisite to this course is 2L2311 Biblical Greek I.

*In-person only

6:00pm-7:30pm

2B3311
Biblical Interpretation
3 hours

Dr. Parsons

This course is designed to equip students with the basic principles of grammatical-historical biblical interpretation. Students are encouraged to take this course early in their degree program.

Wednesday

8:00am-9:30am

2P2311
Pastoral Ministry
3 hours

Dr. Watson

This course will explore the call, the character, and the competencies needed for a shepherding ministry. Areas of study will include the integration of life through the filter of a pastoral vision and values, the practice of spiritual direction to individuals and families in life transitions, effective management and administration of ministry, and the exercise of public pastoral functions.

9:30am-11:00am

2H3311
Missiology
3 hours

Dr. Susan Booth

This course surveys the basic perspectives involved in being “on mission with God,” such as biblical foundations (theology), history of missions, cross-cultural interactions, and strategies.

1:00pm-3:00pm

2E1231
Ministry Synthesis
2 hours

Dr. McNaughton

The goal of this course is to assist students in integrating the various components of their seminary studies for addressing relevant issues in ministry. Students will need to have already completed some course work in a range of disciplines and will not be allowed to register for this course until the second half of their respective degree programs.

Thursday

8:00am-9:30pm

2T1341
Biblical Theology Elective

Dr. Peacock

Seeking to let the Bible itself set the agenda, Biblical Theology examines the major subject pillars that structure the biblical story and message. The course will examine the major doctrines as they unfold from OT to NT. The course will investigate these major subjects:

Old Testament: Creation and Fall; Abraham: Election and Purpose; Exodus: Redemption and Covenant; David: Eternal Kingship; Prophets: The Demand for Covenant Living; Gospel: Hope Beyond Judgment; Psalms and Wisdom: Worship and Wisdom for Life

New Testament: Jesus: Fulfillment of OT Hopes; The Kingdom of God; The Cross and Resurrection; God’s Grace of Salvation; The Church: People of the New Covenant; Ministry of the Holy Spirit; Completion: Hope for the Future

9:30am-11:00am

2B1312
Old Testament II
3 hours

Dr. Peacock

Old Testament II includes a study of the Wisdom Books, Psalms, and Major and Minor Prophets (Job – Malachi).

11:00am-12:30pm

2L2312
Biblical Greek II *
3 hours

Dr. Booth

This course is the second in a sequence which orients the student to the study of the Greek New Testament. Greek II is a continuation of Greek I, with an emphasis on translation of selected passages from the Greek New Testament. The course also serves as a foundation for exegetical study of the Greek New Testament. The prerequisite to this course is 2L2311 Biblical Greek I.

*In-person only

1:30am-4:30pm

2H1311
History of Christianity
3 hours

Dr. Bullock

Designed as an introduction, this course surveys Christianity from its inception to its impact in the modern era. The student will have an opportunity to gain an overview of world events, issues, and personalities and their significance for the story of Christianity.

6:00pm-7:30pm

2B3311
Biblical Interpretation
3 hours

Dr. Parsons

This course is designed to equip students with the basic principles of grammatical-historical biblical interpretation. Students are encouraged to take this course early in their degree program.

Friday

8:00am-9:30am

2P2311
Pastoral Ministry
3 hours

Dr. Watson

This course will explore the call, the character, and the competencies needed for a shepherding ministry. Areas of study will include the integration of life through the filter of a pastoral vision and values, the practice of spiritual direction to individuals and families in life transitions, effective management and administration of ministry, and the exercise of public pastoral functions.

9:30am-11:00am

2H3311
Missiology
3 hours

Dr. Susan Booth

This course surveys the basic perspectives involved in being “on mission with God,” such as biblical foundations (theology), history of missions, cross-cultural interactions, and strategies.

January One Week Course

Daily January 10-14 - 9:00am-4:00pm

2B4235
Learning to Endure in the Midst of Your Pain:
A Study of The Book of Job
3 hours

Dr. Ken Gore

While it may be easy to find God when life goes well, where is God when life falls apart? The Book of Job focuses upon a man whose world crashed down on him. Through this book study, students will learn of an individual who held on to God and his integrity despite his circumstances. Students will also learn of others’ reactions to suffering and the varied responses they gave. Above all, students will learn how to follow God regardless of what life gives them.

About the professor:
Ken Gore has taught Old Testament for 29 years. After serving 19 years as Professor of Christian Ministries at Williams Baptist College, he currently serves as Professor of Biblical Studies at Dallas Baptist University. Throughout his academic career (BA, Hannibal-La Grange College, M.Div.BL and Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), Gore has focused upon Old Testament studies. His dissertation topic was on the Book of Job. Originally from Missouri, he and his wife Becky currently live in Duncanville, TX. They are the parents of one adult son.

 

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