Xenos Summer Institute

 

 

Summer Semester 2015

NT 6000: Philosophy of History & the Historical Case for Jesus’s Resurrection

  • Instructor: Dr. Mike Licona
  • Credit hours: 3
  • Description: This course examines foundational issues behind historical inquiry. Focal areas include matters pertaining to the philosophy of history and historical method in regard to assessing the resurrection of Jesus. This course is designed to investigate the relevant issues and prepare the student to be conversant on them
  • Location and time: Xenos Christian Fellowship
      • July 15, 2015 - 4:30-6:30pm (dinner provided)
      • July 16, 2015 - 12-1:45pm (lunch provided), 8:30-9:30pm
      • July 17, 2015 - 9-10am, 12-1:45pm (lunch provided), 3:45-5pm
      • July 18, 2015 - 8am-12:30pm (breakfast provided)
  • Cost: $891 for TEDS Credit, $159 for audit. Note: Catering costs included in this price
  • Syllabus: download
  • Registration: Contact site coordinator for new information regarding registration at benadumj@xenos.org
  • This course counts toward an M.A. in Theological Studies, as well as the M. Div.
  • This class will be taught in conjunction with the Xenos Summer Institute. Attending breakout and plenary sessions for the institute is considered mandatory for NT 6000 students. The institute must be registered and paid for separately here.

 

Fall Semester 2015

NT 5100: The Book of Romans

 

  • Instructor: Dr. David Sloan
  • Credit hours: 3
  • Description: Demonstration of the inductive Bible study method and treatment of the special teaching of the book of Romans based on the English text.
  • Location and time: 7-10pm, 8:30am-4:30pm, Xenos Christian Fellowship -Room 204/206
      • August 28-29, 2015
      • September 11-12, 2015
      • October 30-31, 2015
      • December 18-19, 2015
  • Cost: $882 for TEDS Credit, $135 for audit.
  • Syllabus: download
  • Registration: Students must register using the dashboard at my.tiu. New students please contact the site coordinator at benadumj@xenos.org.
  • This course counts toward an M.A. in Theological Studies, as well as the M. Div.

 

ST 5102: Systematic Theology II

  • Instructor: Dr. David Luy
  • Credit hours: 3
  • Description: This course covers the study of the person and work of Christ. It treats the nature of man/woman both as a creature and as a sinner, including original sin, imputation of sin, and the nature and consequences of individual acts of sin. Discussion focuses on both the atoning work of Christ and on the application of the work of Christ by the Holy Spirit that runs from election through conversion and justification all the way to glorification.
  • Location and time: 7-10pm, 8:30am-4:30pm, Xenos Christian Fellowship -Room 204/206
      • October 2-3, 2015
      • October 23-24, 2015
      • November 6-7, 2015
      • December 4-5, 2015
  • Cost: $882 for TEDS Credit, $135 for audit.
  • Syllabus: download
  • Registration: Students must register using the dashboard at my.tiu. New students please contact the site coordinator at benadumj@xenos.org.
  • This course counts toward an M.A. in Theological Studies, as well as the M. Div.

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PT 5000: Personal Assessment and Ministry Orientation

  • Instructor: Dr. Phil Sell
  • Credit hours:1
  • Description: Designed to assist the student in assessment of their character, temperament, talents and gifts, emotional and cultural intelligence, sense of vocational direction, and the impact of your life story for vocational ministry.  Based on these assessments, students will develop a personal plan to accomplish their goals through course work and an integrative paper.
  • Location and time: 7-10pm, 8:30am-4:30pm, Xenos Christian Fellowship -Room 204/206
      • September 25-26
  • Cost: $294 for TEDS Credit, unavailable for audit.
  • Syllabus: coming soon
  • Registration: Students must register using the dashboard at my.tiu. New students please contact the site coordinator at benadumj@xenos.org.
  • This course counts toward an M.A. in Theological Studies, as well as the M. Div.
  • This class requires significant pre-work and also a lab fee. Be sure to register early and purchase lab materials in time to complete the requirements. See syllabus for details.