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The 2021-2022 Academic Calendar can be Accessed here. Please note that ST26 Doctrine of the Church was originally scheduled for Spring 2022, but this class has been cancelled. ST26 is now planned for 2023. 

ST27 Doctrine of Last Things

2 Credit Hours | Taught by Dr. Sam Waldron – This treatment of eschatology examines eschatological thought in the history of the Church. The major structural considerations for an understanding of redemptive history (including the already/not yet, the kingdom of God, and the millennium), and especially its last phases, are then considered. Finally, special questions are treated, including the gospel age, the imminence of Christ’s second coming, the resurrection, and the eternal state. 

 

Winter Module
January 6-8, 2022

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OT12 Elementary Hebrew II

3 Credit Hours | Taught by Dr. Joshua Wilson – An intermediate study of Hebrew grammar for the translation and interpretation of the Old Testament. The student will gain an introduction to the intermediate elements of Classical Hebrew, learn word recognition through a study of Hebrew morphology, gain increased proficiency in Hebrew vocabulary, and apply these learned skills to the translation and interpretation of the Hebrew Old Testament

Mon/Thu
Jan. 10-Apr. 4, 2022

5:00-6:15PM CST 

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NT12 Elementary Greek II

3 Credit Hours | Taught by Dr. Timothy Decker – An introduction to the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax of Biblical Greek, designed to give students the skills necessary for translation and interpretation of the Greek New Testament and selected extra-biblical literature. The instructor will guide students toward achieving a basic grasp of the Koine Greek language.

Section 1 – Mon/Thu
Jan. 10-Apr. 4, 2022

5:00-6:15PM CST 

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Section 2 – Mon/Thu
Jan. 10-Apr. 4, 2022

6:30-7:45PM CST 

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NT22 New Testament Exegesis - Acts

2 Credit Hours | Taught by Prof. Michael Emadi – Advanced study of Greek syntax with application to the translation and analysis of the Greek New Testament. The instructor will guide students toward achieving a basic reading competence in the Koine (or Hellenistic) Greek language.

Section 1 – Mon/Thu
Jan. 10-Apr. 7, 2022

4:30-5:30PM CST 

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Section 2 – Saturday
Jan. 15-Apr. 9, 2022

9:00-10:50 AM CST 

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