Course Schedule

Term Dates: July 31 – August 24

LS-G 501 Greek I

An elementary study of Greek grammar for the translation and interpretation of the New Testament.

3 Units
Dr. Mudliar
July 31 – Aug 24
Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Period 1: 9:00AM – 11:30AM

Term Dates: September 4 – December 7

LS-H 501 Hebrew I

An elementary study of Hebrew grammar for the translation and interpretation of the Old Testament.

3 Units
Dr. Mudliar
Sept 4 – Dec 7
Tues Wed Thurs
Period 1: 8:00AM – 8:50AM

LS-G 502 Greek II

An elementary study of Greek grammar for the translation and interpretation of the New Testament.

3 Units
Dr. Mudliar
Sept 4 – Dec 7
Tues Wed Thurs
Period 2: 9:00AM – 9:50AM

OT 502 Pentateuch

An introduction to the foundational books for all biblical studies within the context of the Ancient Near Eastern background. Emphasis will be placed upon the biblical theological contribution of the Pentateuch as well as the hermeneutical principles necessary for understanding and application of the text.

3 Units
Dr. Clarke
Tues Oct 2, Thurs Oct 4
Period 3: 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Period 4: 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Period 5: 12:30PM – 1:20PM
Period 6: 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Period 7: 2:30PM – 3:20PM

Wed Oct 3
Period 3: 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Period 4: 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Period 6: 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Period 7: 2:30PM – 3:20PM
Period 8: 3:30PM – 4:20PM

Fri Oct 5
Period 4: 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Period 5: 12:30PM – 1:20PM
Period 6: 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Period 7: 2:30PM – 3:20PM
Period 8: 3:30PM – 4:20PM

Tues Nov 6, Thurs Nov 8
Period 3: 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Period 4: 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Period 5: 12:30PM – 1:20PM
Period 6: 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Period 7: 2:30PM – 3:20PM

Wed Nov 7, Fri Nov 9
Period 3: 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Period 4: 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Period 6: 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Period 7: 2:30PM – 3:20PM
Period 8: 3:30PM – 4:20PM

ST 501 Prolegomena and Doctrine of the Word

This course treats the nature and purpose of theology and the doctrine of Scripture from a confessionally Reformed perspective. Particular attention is devoted to the proper object, cognitive principles, and ends of theology, the epistemological basis for doing theology, and the unity of theology.

3 Units
Rev. Lindblad
Sept 12 – 13, 26 – 27; Oct 17 – 18, 31; Nov 1, 14 – 15
Wed Thurs
Period 3: 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Period 4: 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Period 5 (Wed): 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Period 6 (Wed): 2:30PM – 3:20PM
Period 5 (Thurs): 12:30PM – 1:20PM
Period 6 (Thurs): 1:30PM – 2:20PM

ST 500 Introduction to Ministerial and Theological Studies

This is a team-taught inter-disciplinary course covering topics such as the Christian life of theology students, intro to internship, library & theological bibliography, writing & grammar, etc. The English Bible Exam will be administered during this course. It will be required for all entering students.

2 Units
Dr. Renihan, Rev. Martin
Sept 4 – Dec 7
Fri
Period 2: 9:00AM – 9:50AM
Period 3: 10:00AM – 10:50AM

PT 500 Theology of Ministry

An introduction to the nature of the Christian ministry, the nature of the call to the ministry, and the requisite gifts and graces for the Christian minister. It also addresses the centrality of the ministry of the word, the biblical and Reformed doctrine of the regulative principle of worship, as well as a wide-range of subjects related to Pastoral Theology from a Reformed Baptist perspective.

2 Units
Dr. Renihan
Oct 8 – 12
Mon: 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Tues: 3:00PM – 8:00PM
Wed: 3:00PM – 8:00PM
Thurs: 3:00PM – 8:00PM
Fri: 3:00PM – 8:00PM
Sat: 8:00AM – 10:00AM

Term Dates: January 8 – February 6

LS-H 502 Hebrew II

An elementary study of Hebrew grammar for the translation and interpretation of the Old Testament.

1 Unit
Dr. Mudliar
Jan 8 – 31; Final Exam Feb 5 – 6
Tues Wed Thurs
Period 1: 8:00AM – 8:50AM

LS-G 503 Greek III

An intermediate study of Greek grammar for the translation and interpretation of the New Testament.

1 Unit
Dr. Mudliar
Jan 8 – 31; Final Exam Feb 5 – 6
Tues Wed Thurs
Period 2: 9:00AM – 9:50AM

ST 501 Symbolics

A detailed examination of the history, language, and theology of the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 in order to understand its historical setting and its theological relevance to the present. Historical comparisons will be made to the Westminster and Savoy Confessions. Other Baptist confessions will be considered as they relate to this document.

4 Units
Dr. Renihan
Jan 8 – 11
Tues Wed Thurs Fri
10:00AM – 4:00PM

Jan 14 – 18
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
10:00AM – 4:00PM

AP 501 Intro to Philosophical Theology

Introduction to Philosophical Theology will examine the relationship between faith and reason and between theology and philosophy. Students will be introduced to the metaphysical and epistemological principles that have shaped the theological grammar of Christian orthodoxy and that continue to have abiding value for the defense of the Christian faith today.

2 Units
Dr. Dolezal
Mon Mar 11
6:00PM – 9:00PM

Tues Mar 12, Thur Mar 14, Fri Mar 15
10:00AM – 3:20PM

Wed Mar 13
10:00AM – 4:20PM

Sat Mar 16
9:00AM – 12:00PM

LS-H 503 Hebrew III

An intermediate study of Hebrew grammar for the translation and interpretation of the Old Testament.

3 Units
Dr. Mudliar
Feb 12 – Mar 28, April 9 – May 16
Tues Wed Thurs
Period 1: 8:00AM – 8:50AM

LS-G 504 Greek IV

An intermediate study of Greek grammar for the translation and interpretation of the New Testament.

2 Units
Dr. Mudliar
Feb 12 – Mar 28, April 9 – May 16
Tues Wed Thurs
Period 1: 9:00AM – 9:50AM

BS 501 Hermeneutics

This foundational study treats principles of Reformed hermeneutics, history of hermeneutics, sources of hermeneutical principles, canonical structure and hermeneutics, biblical genres and hermeneutics, the Bible’s interpretation of the Bible, biblical theology and hermeneutics, typology, and some contemporary issues.

3 Units
Dr. Barcellos
Feb 20 – Feb 21, Mar 6 – Mar 7, Mar 27 – Mar 28,
Apr 17 – Apr 18, Apr 24 – Apr 25
Wed Thurs
Period 1: 10:00AM – 3:20PM