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ST25 Doctrine of Christ & Salvation

Taught by Dr. Sam Waldron – This course includes a treatment of both the person and work of Christ. The treatment of the person of Christ includes study of the deity, humanity, personality, and sinlessness of our Lord. The treatment of the work of Christ includes study of the necessity, nature, and extent of His atonement.  This course also includes a study of the backdrop and overview of the ordo salutis. The study of the backdrop will ground the doctrine of salvation in the Christian’s election and representative headship in union with Christ. 

Tuesday
August 10-December 14, 2021

6:30-8:20PM CST 

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HT15 Historical Theology Overview

Taught by Dr. Tom Nettles and Dr. Sam Waldron – This course in the History of Theology gives an introduction to and survey of the major questions and resultant ideas in the history of the development of Christian doctrine from the immediate post-Apostolic writers to the present. The purpose of this course in the context of this survey is to provoke the student to examine each theological development in the light of Scripture and in the light of previous theological ideas so as to produce a personalized theology on the basis of the most biblically defensible synthesis of doctrine.

Labor Day Module
September 4-9, 2021

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NT11 Elementary Greek I

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
Sep. 13-Dec. 16, 2021

5:00-6:15PM CST 

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Section 2 – Mon/Thu
Sep. 13-Dec. 16, 2021

6:30-7:45PM CST 

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NT21 Intermediate Greek: Syntax & Exegesis

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

Section 1 – Mon/Thu
Sep. 13-Dec. 6, 2021

4:30-5:45PM CST 

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Section 2 – Saturday
Sep. 11-Dec. 4, 2021

9:00-11:30AM CST 

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OT11 Elementary Hebrew I

Taught by Dr. Joshua Wilson – An elementary study of Hebrew grammar for the translation and interpretation of the Old Testament. To gain an introduction to the basic elements of Classical Hebrew. To learn word recognition through a study of Hebrew phonology and morphology. To gain proficiency in Hebrew vocabulary. To apply these learned skills to the translation and interpretation of the Hebrew Old Testament

Mon/Thu
Sep. 13-Dec. 6, 2021

5:00-6:15PM CST 

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