the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Course Information

Chicago

2013-2014

Fall 2013

27060     Systematic Theology I – 3 hours
A careful and systematic study of Christian doctrines, covering introduction to theology, revelation and Scripture, and the existence, attributes, and triune nature of God.
Dr. Owen Strachan, odstrachan@sbts.edu

25120     Church History II – 3 hours
This course will focus on four major areas of study in the modern period: the history of Protestantism, the origin and history of Baptists, the history of Roman Catholicism, and American church history.
Dr. David Puckett, dpuckett@sbts.edu
Please contact Academic Records to register for Church History II at: academicrecords@sbts.edu or 1-800-626-5525, ext. 4209.

Applied Ministry (AM)

AM will be offered through the Center as needed.

The faculty supervisor will schedule all AM classes.

44905   Applied Ministry – 2 hours
Approved placement of at least nine hours weekly in a ministry position with weekly individual and small group supervision.  Goals and objectives as well as procedures and strategies for ministry in churches, agencies, and communities are the focus for reflective learning. Applied Ministry Orientation by video link.
Mr. Mark Jones, mjones230@students.sbts.edu

 

Spring 2014

January 25, February 1, February 8, February 15
20200      Introduction to the Old Testament I – 3 hours
Saturday 8:30-6:30
An introduction to the Pentateuch and the historical books of the Old Testament in the English Bible, Genesis through Esther, including an examination of critical, historical, hermeneutical, and theological issues.
Dr. Russell Fuller, rfuller@sbts.edu

March 1, March 8, March 15, March 22
20220     Introduction to Old Testament II – 3 hours
Saturday 8:30-6:30
An introduction to the Prophets and Writings in the English Old Testament, Job through Malachi, including an examination of critical, historical, hermeneutical, and theological issues.

March 29, April 12, April 26, May 3

30000     Christian Preaching – 3 hours
Saturday 8:30-6:30
A basic course in principles of preaching as they relate to exegesis of the Hebrew and Greek texts, context, content, application, structure, style, and delivery of sermons. This course is offered to men only and is designed to prepare for a preaching ministry in local congregations.
Dr. William Henard, bhenard@sbts.edu

 

 

That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.