Registration for Spring 2024 Live Classes is now open. We have another great lineup of live classes this semester. So, follow this link to enroll in one or more of these courses: https://cbtseminary.org/register/
(You can also click one of the class titles in this post and you will be directed to the registration page for the class you selected).
Live Classes Offered in Spring 2024
2 Credit Hours | Taught by Dr. Sam Waldron – Building on ST27 Doctrine of Last Things, this course takes up a number of important questions currently debated among evangelicals regard eschatology including issues related to its theological importance, its hermeneutical approach, its didactic implications for the church in the present age, the future of the ethnic Jews, and the climax of world history in the eschaton
3 Credit Hours | Taught by Prof. John Miller – As part of CBTS’s mission to prepare men to undertake the full range of pastoral responsibilities and equip Christians for effective service in the church, this three-credit hour course provides an overview of the theology, history, and practice of evangelism and missions, both within our own cultural context and among the nations of the world.
2 Credit Hours | Taught by Dr. Sam Waldron & Prof. John Miller – This course focuses on the being, attributes, Trinity, and decree of God. The student will be able to understand and identify the major historical and contemporary issues with regard to the doctrine of God with particular focus given upon matters relevant to counseling situations.
3 Credit Hours | Taught Prof. Michael Emadi –An introduction to the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax of Classical Latin, designed to introduce students to the skills necessary for translation and interpretation of ancient Latin works.
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.
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.
3 Credit Hours | Taught by Dr. Joshua Wilson – An elementary study of Hebrew grammar for the translation and interpretation of the Old Testament. Objectives are 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, and to apply these learned skills to the translation and interpretation of the Hebrew Old Testament.
3 Credit Hours | Taught by Prof. Michael Emadi – An intermediate study of Hebrew syntax with application to translation, analysis, and exegesis. The instructor will guide students toward achieving a basic grasp of the Classical Hebrew language through a study of the Hebrew text.
The vision of CBTSeminary is to see the church of the Lord Jesus Christ strengthened and expanded worldwide, to the end that Christ would be known, loved, and exalted. Its mission, therefore, is help the church to prepare men to undertake the full range of pastoral responsibilities they will face in serving Christ and His kingdom, and to equip Christians for effective service in the church. They do this work by providing rigorous academic training and by facilitating extensive pastoral mentoring.
To learn more about Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary, visit CBTSeminary.org.