In an online course, the student interacts with a body of instruction with a group of other students. Students will watch recorded lectures, take online quizzes, and interact with other enrolled students as well as the professor via discussion forums.
Online Courses for Fall 2018
132 - Old Testament Introduction
Each Old Testament book will be considered under the headings of author, date, historical analysis, literary analysis, thematic analysis, New Testament analysis, and original message.
232 - New Testement Introduction
An introduction and survey of the books of the New Testament with a focus on questions of authorship, date, historical background, integrity, authenticity, and canonicity. The student will become acquainted with the main content and structure of each book.
314 - Modern Church History
A study of prominent movements in the church from A.D. 1650 to the present, including the place of the church today amid the secularization of politics and culture. The course will focus on the consolidation of Protestant orthodoxy as well as the impact of pietism, rationalism, the evangelical revival, missiology, social reform, neo-Calvinism, and liberalism.
415 (MDiv/MA) and ST885 (ThM) - Soteriology
A study of the doctrine, nature, and work of the Holy Spirit, with a special emphasis on the Spirit’s order of application of salvation (ordo salutis): union with Christ, calling, regeneration, conversion, repentance, faith and assurance, justification, adoption, sanctification, perseverance, and glorification.