Online Courses

Online Courses

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 2019

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 .   –Dr. David Murray

312 - Medieval Church History

A study of medieval developments (A.D. 590–1517): the emergence of medieval Christianity, the monastic movement, missions and evangelism, challenges to the Gregorian line of the church, Eastern Orthodoxy, theological debates (e.g. predestination, Christ’s bodily presence in the Supper, and atonement), the Crusades, mysticism, the subsistence or reality of ideas (e.g. realism, conceptualism, and nominalism), the rise of scholasticism, heresies (e.g. Albigensianism and Waldensianism), religious orders and their prominent theologians (e.g. Franciscans: Francis of Assisi, Bonaventure, and Duns Scotus; Dominicans: Dominic, Albert the Great, and Thomas Aquinas), the dissolution of the medieval synthesis, and forerunners of the Reformation (e.g. Thomas Bradwardine, Gregory of Rimini, John Wycliffe, and Jan Hus) .   –Dr. William VanDoodewaard

413 - Anthropology

A study of the doctrine of man, including creation, the original state of man, the covenant of works, the fall, and sin and its punishment .   –Dr. Joel Beeke

414 - Christology

Considers the doctrine of the person and work of Christ: the names, natures, offices, and states of the Mediator, as well as the atonement .   –Dr. William VanDoodewaard

702 - Hermeneutics

An overview of the history of biblical interpretation . A study of the principles and methods of the grammatical-historical and theological interpretation of Scripture . A treatment of the principles and practice of biblical typology, delineated from its excesses .   –Dr. Gerald Bilkes

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