One Week Courses

May 6-10 - 9:00am-4:00pm

Instructor:  Jimmy Cobb

This course offers students an opportunity to see how Christian theology and ethics are interwoven and indispensable to each other as exemplified by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the most quoted theologian of the 20th century. Though he lived in the first half of that century, Bonhoeffer’s life and theology yet raise pressing issues we currently face, such as the how church must be centered in Christ, how Christology must be the pivot of daily living, the political involvement of Christians, just war, violence by Christians, truth-telling, the urgency of cross-bearing discipleship, and how God can bring good out of evil. Seeing how Bonhoeffer personally dealt with these issues can be helpful to Christians who want to be faithful to Christ today.

May 13-17 - 9:00am-4:00pm

Instructor:  Dr. Rob and Dr. Richard Blackaby

This course enables students to discover and promote God’s vision for a church or organization and how to move people on to His agenda, giving attention to the major concepts and resources for spiritual leadership and assisting them to examine their current leadership effectiveness.

May 27-31 - 9:00am-4:00pm

Instructor:  Dr. Luke Stamps

This course explores the biblical basis, historical development, theological concepts, and practical relevance of the doctrine of the Trinity.

Spring Seminary Classes (January 14 - April 26, 2019)

Please note this schedule is subject to change.

Instructor:  Dr. Kevin Peacock

This course focuses on selected readings from the Hebrew Scriptures with a continued study of Hebrew grammar, vocabulary, and syntax. Hebrew I is the prerequisite for Hebrew II. Hebrew I and II must be taken in consecutive semesters otherwise enrollment in Hebrew II is determined by the discretion of the professor.

Instructor:  Dr. Calvin Morris

New Testament II focuses on the historical background and the teachings of Acts, the Letters of Paul, the General Epistles, and Revelation.

Instructor:  Dr. Kevin Peacock

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

Instructor:  Dr. John Charping

Christian Theology II continues the study of systematic theology and offers an overview of the core Christian beliefs concerning Pneumatology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, Eschatology.

Instructor:  Dr. Peacock

An exegetical and theological interpretation of the Old Testament book of Exodus.

Instructor:  Dr. Glenn Watson

This course will provide the student with an opportunity to study the preparation and delivery of narrative/inductive sermons with in-class preaching and evaluation. Video tape feedback will form a major component of evaluation.

Instructor:  Dr. Don McNaughton

This course examines the nature and dynamics of both personal and organizational conflicts. It will offer an approach to conflict resolution that is sensitive to the character and purposes of God. The course will include a focus on administrative and relational skills applicable to personal or church conflict situations.