the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Course Information

New York City, NY

2013-2014

FALL 2013

Classes are listed in order.

22200     Intro to New Testament I – 3 hours
A study of the materials available for studying the life and teaching of Jesus, the transmission of the gospel traditions in the early church, the teachings of Jesus, the main events in Jesus’ life, and the quests for the historical Jesus.
Dr. Jarvis Williams

20200     Intro to Old Testament I – 3 hours
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

20220     Intro to Old Testament II – 3 hours
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.
Dr. Russell Fuller, rfuller@sbts.edu

APPLIED MINISTRY (AM)

Courses are offered through the Center as needed.

Contact AM Faculty Supervisor for dates and times.

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.

Spring 2014

22220     Introduction to New Testament II – 3 hours
A study of the Acts to Revelation in the framework of the history of the early church.
Dr. Kyle Barrett

30000     Christian Preaching – 3 hours
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. Hershael York, hyork@sbts.edu

30020     Preaching Practicum – 3 hours
Sermons by students who are preparing for a preaching ministry will be analyzed and evaluated by the instructor using live and video techniques with attention given to biblical content, organization, application, style, and delivery.
Dr. Robert Vogel, rvogel@sbts.edu

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