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All seminary classes have the option to be taken virtually or online.

GST 510 – Systematic Theology Prolegomena (1)

An introduction to the discipline of Systematic Theology and to theological research and writing. (1 credit hour)

GST 520 – Dispensationalism and Hermeneutics (3)

A study of the dispensations and covenants, the relationship between law and grace, and dispensationalism as a hermeneutical method. The course includes a study of the history, theory, and practical use of grammatical-historical interpretation. (3 credit hours)

GST 530 – Apologetics and Worldviews (3)

A study of the defense and validity of the Christian theistic world view, including its biblical base, and an evaluation of and appropriate responses to major arguments set forth by opponents to Christianity. (3 credit hours)

GST 600 – Theological Systems (3)

An analysis of the various theological systems in America, beginning with early Puritanism and continuing to the current era, with a special emphasis on current theological trends. (3 credit hours)

GST 605 – Logic for Theology (3)

A study of the elements of effective thinking designed to enable students to accurately evaluate the soundness of written and spoken theological assertions (both their own and others’), including a discussion of the logical fallacies that render an argument invalid. (3 credit hours)

GST 611 – Systematic Theology 1 (2)

A systematic study of the doctrines of Bibliology and Theology Proper in the Old and New Testaments. (2 credit hours)

GST 612 – Systematic Theology 2 (3)

A systematic study of the doctrines of Christology and Pneumatology in the Old and New Testaments. (3 credit hours)

GST 613 – Systematic Theology 3 (3)

A systematic study of the doctrines of Anthropology, Hamartiology and Soteriology in the Old and New Testaments. (3 credit hours)

GST 614 – Systematic Theology 4 (3)

A systematic study of the doctrines of Eschatology, Angelology and Ecclesiology in the Old and New Testaments. (3 credit hours)

GST 620 – Contemporary Theology (2)

An analysis of various current issues in theology with an emphasis on those theological trends which most affect Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism. (2 credit hours)

GST 630 – Theology of Holiness (3)

A study of holiness in the Old and New Testaments. This course will examine the biblical words for holiness and their meanings. It will seek to develop a thorough theology of God’s holiness and the application of His holiness to the lives and service of believers and to the ministry of New Testament churches. (3 credit hours)

GST 710 – Theology of the Kingdom (3)

A biblical theology of the kingdom, with special emphasis on the role which kingdom theology plays in Progressive Dispensationalism and in more traditional dispensational thought. (3 credit hours)

GST 721 – History of Baptist Theology (2)

A study of the origin, theological development, and historical traditions of the Anabaptists and English and American Baptists as the setting for an outline of the historical basis for the Baptist distinctives and other major contributions to theology, including a survey of major Baptist theologians and traditional theological statements. (2 credit hours)