Current Classes

2020-2021 School Year

Spring 2021 Semester

  • ST 7200 (Theological Ethics)
    • Dr. David Luy
    • Course description:
      • This course is an examination of how Christian ethics moves from biblical and systematic theology to moral theology and how theological commitments (e.g., theology proper, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, pneumatology, ecclesiology) structure and govern moral reflection. It explores the application of a robust, moral-theological framework to issues of contemporary personal, pastoral, and societal importance (such as personhood and human dignity, biomedical technologies, sexual ethics, and the pursuit of peace, justice, and reconciliation).
    • Class dates:
      • January 22-23
      • February 5-6
      • February 26-27
      • April 2-3
      • 7-10pm Fridays, 8:30am-4:30pm Saturdays
    • Details:
      • 3 credit hours
      • $1350 for credit
      • $240 to audit
      • *ST 5202 pre-requisite, will be waived if asked
      • Class is available on zoom only due to COVID concerns
  • NT 5000 (Intro to the New Testament)
    • Dr. Madison Pierce
    • Course description:
      • This course “Introduction to the New Testament” surveys the texts, themes, and backgrounds of the New Testament, helping students to think through the relevance of these texts for their lives and ministries.
    • Class dates:
      • January 15-16
      • February 19-20
      • March 19-20
      • April 16-17
      • 7-10pm Fridays, 8:30am-4:30pm Saturdays
    • Details:
      • 3 credit hours
      • $1350 for credit
      • $240 to audit
      • Class is available on zoom only due to COVID concerns

Fall 2020 Semester

  • CH 5060 (American Church History)
    • Dr. Martin Klauber
    • Course description:
      • This course will acquaint the student with the major movements, persons, and leading theological developments in American church history from the colonial period to the present day. Particular attention will be paid to the transition of European churches to America and their involvement with theological, liturgical, social, and political issues; the nature of Puritanism; separation of church and state; awakenings and revivals; social concern; liberalism, fundamentalism, and neo-orthodoxy; and contemporary evangelicalism. Throughout, students will be encouraged to understand their own religious backgrounds and appreciate the distinctive contributions of other Christian traditions; likewise, students will be challenged to integrate insights from the course into their theological system, personal lives, and ministries.
    • Class dates:
      • September 4-5
      • October 9-10
      • November 6-7
      • December 4-5
      • 7-10pm Fridays, 8:30am-4:30pm Saturdays
    • Details:
      • 3 credit hours
      • $1350 for credit
      • $240 to audit
      • Syllabus
    • Class is available on zoom only due to COVID concerns
  • PT 5100 (Spiritual Formation and Ministry)
    • Dr. Phil Sell
    • Class Dates:
      • September 25-26
      • October 23-24
      • 7-10pm Fridays, 8:30am-4:30pm Saturdays
    • Details:
      • 2 credit hours
      • $900 for credit
      • $160 to audit
      • Syllabus to come
    • Class is available on zoom only due to COVID concerns