Jun 07, 2020  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [Spring Update] 
    
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [Spring Update] [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Courses with codes 1000-4999 are Undergraduate level offerings. Courses with codes 5000-7999 are Graduate level offerings. Courses with codes 8000 and above are Advanced level offerings.

 

Theology

  
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    THE 6750 - Introduction to Theology & Culture


    An exploration of the relationship of theology and culture, with particular attention given to the pastoral ministry of equipping families to live wisely in their cultural context. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 6960 - Doctrine of Vocation


    This course explores how the biblical narrative brings renewed meaning to work and the workplace. This class studies the dignity and difficulty experienced in the workplace, along with the eschatalogical significance of human vocation. This course combines theory and practice by integrating a rigorously biblical worldview into the daily experiences of the workplace. The course is designed to explore the mission and calling of work in both ‘sacred’ and ‘secular’ vocations as the work of the Christian ministry. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7510 - The Doctrine of Worship


    A biblical, historical, and systematic study of Christian worship. Special attention will be given to the significance of the doctrine in the life of the believer and the local church. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7610 - The Doctrine of Revelation


    A biblical and historical study of the Christian concept of revelation. Careful consideration will be given to the definition of revelation, its media, authority, uniqueness, and communication. The study will be concluded by relating the Christian claim to other contemporary claims to truth. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7620 - The Doctrine of God


    A biblical, historical, and systematic study of the doctrine of God, including concepts of God, God’s nature and attributes, and God’s work in the world. The course will include consideration of classic formulations of the doctrine, along with current issues in theology proper. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7621 - The Doctrine of the Trinity


    A study of the doctrine of the Trinity considered from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology. The course will examine contemporary formulations of the doctrine and its relation to current issues in the church. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7630 - The Doctrines of Creation and Providence


    A biblical, historical, and systematic study of creation and providence that examines the relationship of God to the world, current developments in the study of God’s activity in the origins of the world, and current developments in the study of God’s sustaining activity in the world. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7635 - Creation & Creationism


    A biblical, historical, and systematic study of the doctrine of creation and the apologetic approach of creationism. The doctrine of creation informs our understanding of God, the world, and God’s relationship to the world. Creationism attempts to integrate the doctrine of creation with the current understandings of the natural sciences. 3 semester hr(s). Offered in the Spring odd years.
  
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    THE 7637 - Providence and Divine Sovereignty


    A biblical, historical, and systematic study of the way God relates to the world; of God’s sustaining activity in the world; and of God’s rule over the
    world. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7640 - The Doctrine of Humanity


    A survey of the biblical teachings concerning human beings in relation to God, creation, and other humans. Attention will be given to the understandings of anthropology in the teachings of several major theologians of the church. Contemporary views of human nature will be discussed and evaluated. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7710 - The Doctrine of Sin


    A survey of biblical teaching on the doctrine of sin, including discussion of different understandings of original sin, and examination of different means given to Christians for overcoming sin. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7720 - Christology


    A study of the doctrine of the person of Christ from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology, with special attention to current issues. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    THE 7730 - The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit


    The doctrine of the person of Christ considered from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology, with special attention to current issues. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7740 - The Atonement


    A biblical and historical study of the doctrine of the Atonement with theological reflection upon the saving significance of the death of Christ. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7741 - Salvation and Religious Pluralism


    An introduction to current issues concerning the Christian concept of salvation. Central theological, philosophical, and missiological issues will be explored. Special attention will be given to the formulation of an acceptable evangelical perspective. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7810 - The Doctrine of the Church


    The nature and function of the church as begun in the first century and developed in history. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7820 - Theology of the Christian Life


    A theological examination of important aspects of the Christian life and spiritual growth. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7830 - Eschatology


    The Christian doctrine of last things considered from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology. The course will examine various eschatological systems and will treat such issues as the Christian hope (this-worldly and other-worldly), death, resurrection, parousia, the last judgment, and final destiny. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7900 - Study of a Selected Theologian


    A study of the theology of a selected Christian thinker, classical or contemporary. The theologian to be studied will be announced with the publication of the course schedule. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 7930 - Contemporary Theology


    A study of 20th century theology and theologians, with attention given to developments in theological method and in the major loci of Christian doctrine. Some attention may be given to 21st century theology and theologians.
  
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    THE 7940 - Liberation Theologies


    This course examines the form, content and historical development of three types of liberation theology including: Latin American Liberation Theology, Black Theology and Feminist Theology. In addition, the course will conduct an exegetical exploration of ‘liberation’ and appropriate the concept to the contemporary milieau. 3 semester hr(s). Winter every three years.
  
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    THE 7950 - Contemporary Theological Issues


    A study of significant contemporary theological issues. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9201 - Reading Seminar I


    A Systematic Theology reading seminar conducted by the faculty exclusively for Ph.D. students. Topics and issues in Systematic Theology and the relationship between Systematic Theology and other theological disciplines and contemporary culture will be addressed. 2 semester hr(s). Every Fall
  
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    THE 9202 - Reading Seminar II


    A continuation of THE9201. 2 semester hr(s). Every Spring.
  
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    THE 9500 - Seminar in Theological Foundations


    An exploration of theological method in its biblical, historical, and philosophical contexts. Special attention is given to the use of Scripture in theology, the development of doctrine, contextualization, and current issues in theological method. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9550 - Seminar on the Doctrine of Humanity


    A study of the central biblical affirmations concerning the doctrine of humanity, as understood historically and contemporarily. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9600 - Seminar in the Doctrine of the Trinity


    A critical examination of the biblical foundation of the doctrine of the Trinity and a consideration of its historical development. Attention will be given to contemporary interpretation. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9700 - Seminar in Christology


    A study of the biblical and historical interpretations of the person of Jesus Christ. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9750 - Seminar on the Doctrine of the Church


    A study of the biblical teaching on and historical development of the doctrine of the church, with special emphasis on Baptist ecclesiology and
    contemporary issues. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9800 - Seminar on a Selected Doctrine


    An intensive study of a selected doctrine within the field of systematic theology, at the doctoral level. The doctrine to be studied will be announced. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9900 - Seminar on Contemporary Theology


    A study of significant contemporary theological issues. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE 9930 - Anthropology and the Social Sciences


    A comprehensive study of theological anthropology that helps students to form and inform their methodology in intercultural ministry. Further, it will seek to interface with various tools used in intercultural studies, such as cultural anthropology, sociology and psychology. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Applied Theology (Missions Cohort).
  
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    THE 9940 - Ecclesiology & Church Planting


    A focused study of biblical ecclesiology, with an eye toward relating biblical teaching to issues involved in international church planting, such as leadership methodology and church multiplication. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Applied Theology (Missions Cohort).
  
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    THE 9943 - Church & Cultural Context


    An examination of the issues at the intersection of theology, culture and church planting. The course builds a theology of culture and contextualization, critiques current contextualization models and practices, and provides an appropriate framework for contextualizing the Gospel and the church in North American contexts. ENROLLMENT IN THE SEMINAR IS RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE NORTH AMERICAN MISSIONS COHORT OF THE PHD PROGRAM. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Applied Theology (Missions Cohort).
  
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    THE 9945 - Seminar in Christianity, Politics, and Public Life


    An exploration of Christianity as it relates to politics and public life. Special attention is given to historical approaches and theological frameworks.  3 semester hr(s). Every two years.
  
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    THE 9946 - Missions & Ministries of the Church


    An examination of the church’s mission and ministries in light of God’s mission. The course will focus on evangelism, discipleship, and social/mercy ministries, with all of these being discussed in the light of the Kingdom of God and applied to North American church planting and renewal. ENROLLMENT IN THE SEMINAR IS RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE NORTH AMERICAN MISSIONS COHORT OF THE PHD PROGRAM. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Applied Theology (Missions Cohort).
  
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    THE 9950 - Soteriology & World Religions


    The seminar constitutes an intensive study of key issues in how Christianity relates to other religions, focusing particularly upon the doctrine of salvation. Attention is given to pertinent biblical testimony, historical developments, and contemporary perspectives on these issues with a mind to critiquing various perspectives and constructing a suitable Christian theology of religions. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Applied Theology (Missions Cohort).
  
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    THE/WOR 3515 - Theology of Worship


    This course is a biblical, historical, and systematic study of Christian worship. Special attention will be given to the significance of the doctrine in
    the life of the believer and the local church. 3 semester hr(s). Every Fall
  
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    THE/WOR 9510 - The Doctrine of the Christian Life


    An exploration of the meaning of biblical Christianity and its relation to faith and practice, giving special attention to spiritual formation through
    spiritual disciplines and worship. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THE/WOR 9520 - Doctrine of Worship Seminar


    This seminar is a biblical, historical, and systematic study of Christian worship. Special attention will be given to the systematic theology dimension
    of the doctrine, and to the significance of the doctrine in the life of the believer and the local church. This is a PhD level course with expectations of
    the highest quality of reasoning, research, and writing. 3 semester hr(s). Spring Semester, Odd years.

ThM, Master of Theology

  
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    THM 8000 - Th.M. Continuous Enrollment


    For Th.M. students who have previously registered for THM8582 Th.M. Guided Research or THM8590 Th.M. Thesis but have not completed their writing. Also for Th.M. students who do not wish to register for an academic course during a given semester but must maintain continuous enrollment to avoid being dropped from their program of studies. Th.M. Continuous Enrollment is billable for three hours each semester. Not for degree credit. Repeatable. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THM 8500 - Bibliographical Research


    Under the supervision of one’s Major Professor, as the initial research requirement of the Th.M. program, an original extensive bibliographical report is prepared surveying the most significant of Southeastern’s library resources (including AV and computer resources) in the field and especially in the degree specialization the student has chosen. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THM 8580 - ThM Guided Reading I


    Under the supervision of a Major Professor, a Th.M. student completes between 2,500 and 3,500 pages of assigned reading per semester in the student’s major field of study. Assigned reading and method(s) of accountability are set by the Major Professor and approved by the Director of the Th.M. program. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THM 8581 - ThM Guided Reading II


    Continuation of IND8580 Th.M. Guided Reading I. Under the supervision of a Major Professor, A Th.M. student completes between 2,500 and 3,500 pages of assigned reading per semester in the student’s major field of study. Assigned reading and method(s) of accountability are set by the Major Professor and approved by the Director of the Th.M. program. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): THM8580
  
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    THM 8582 - ThM Guided Research


    Under the supervision of a Major Professor, a Th.M. student completes a 40-60 page research project. Students who fail to complete THM8582 Th.M. Guided Research, must enroll in THM 8000   Continuous Enrollment every semester until the completion of their research project. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    THM 8590 - ThM Thesis


    Under the supervision of a Major Professor, a Th.M. (Thesis) student completes a 100-125 page thesis. Students who fail to complete THM8590: Th.M. Thesis must enroll in THM 8000  Continuous Enrollment every semester until the completion of their research project. 9 semester hr(s).

Women’s Studies

  
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    WST 6910 - Creative Writing for Women


    Instructions in practical experience in writing skills. Also discussed will be sources for material, research methods, styles of writing strategies, and writing for publication. 2 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): M.Div./W.S. or professor permission.
  
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    WST 7900 - Internship for Womens Studies


    An apprenticeship program designed to allow the senior student practical experience in some field of ministry to women. Specialty internships are available in applied ethics, women’s ministries, hospitality, and counseling. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): M.Div./W.S. or professor permission.
  
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    WST 9800 - Women and Missions


    This course is designed to introduce the student to evangelical women who have served as missionaries; to study these women, including their roles and their work; and to evaluate them in their overall effectiveness. The student will be introduced to a broad range of bibliographical resources and will begin to develop her own bibliography in missiology, especially women and their contribution. The women selected for intensive study will come out of the modern mission movement. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    WST 9900 - Contemporary Issues in Women’s Studies


    A study of cultural influences on women, especially as these concerns relate to women’s roles in ministry in the local church. Biblical and theological guidelines will be emphasized. A specific focus will be announced. 3 semester hr(s).

Certificate

  
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    CERT 1001 - Biblical Counseling


    An introduction to biblical counseling theory and practice, including a focus on how Scripture and theology form the foundation and substance for counseling, biblical concepts for understanding people and their problems, and biblical methods of change. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1002 - Counseling Theory


    A survey of major counseling theories with a view to understanding and critically interacting with their theory and practice from a biblical-theological viewpoint. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1003 - Counseling Individuals with Addiction Problems


    A study of a range of addiction problems, with a focus on their etiology, dynamics, and impact on others, along with biblical strategies and methods of intervention and treatment. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1004 - Counseling Individuals with Problematic Emotions


    A study of the common problematic emotions of depression, anxiety, and anger, along with suffering, with a focus on understanding them as biological, moral, relational, and spiritual phenomena and on learning biblical intervention strategies. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1005 - Marital and Pre-marital Counseling


    A study of marriage and of marital problems from a biblical perspective, along with biblical premarital and marital counseling strategies and methods. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1006 - Counseling Parents & Children


    A study of biblical truths related to parents and children, including a biblical understanding of common childhood and parenting problems and of biblical counseling strategies and methods. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1007 - Counseling & the Church


    A study of the local church’s counseling ministry, including a biblical understanding of the ministry roles of both leaders and members and of the practical ways to utilize small group and one-another ministry, relate to non-church counseling, deal with church conflict, establish accountability, and survey practical models and methods of church counseling. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1008 - Crisis Intervention


    A study of counseling persons who are experiencing various crises such as marital conflict, alcoholism, bereavement, divorce, and aging. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1009 - Cross-cultural Counseling


    Principles of Christian counseling are applied to cross-cultural settings, with diverse ethnic and people groups. Students will develop their awareness of their own cultural and ethnic context and increase their sensitivity to the impact of diverse worldviews, cultural factors, and religious beliefs on counseling. Students will also develop their awareness of and capacity to advocate for social justice, including heightened awareness and elimination of prejudice and bias, while at the same time not compromising their Christian perspective. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
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    CERT 1010 - Counseling Practicum I


    A practicum in which students learn practical counseling skills, present and discuss cases, view and discuss case sessions, and participate in role-play counseling situations. (This course may fulfill the supervised ministry component for a counseling degree program.) 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s):   
  
  
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    CERT 1020 - Organizational Change and Conflict Resolution


    An introduction to the principles and challenges of leading organizational change and managing conflict in churches and Christian institutions. It will provide the students with opportunity to explore the role of leader as change agent and in conflict resolution.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1021 - Learning Theories and Applications


    A study of basic principles and procedures in learning and teaching as they relate to Christian education, discipleship, and the leadership process.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1022 - Ministry Planning & Program Design


    An introduction to the foundational principles of the management process and their application to the design of programs in the local church. Emphasis is placed on skill development in planning, organizing, and implementing ministry programs.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1023 - Leadership, Culture & Context


    A study of the principles for leadership contextualization and cultural relevance. The course will examine how leaders are developed and how the cultural context impacts the process and methods of leadership training. Students develop skills in understanding and adjusting to a new leadership context or culture.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1024 - Ministry of Teaching & Discipleship


    A study of the principles and methods of preparation, delivery, and evaluation for effective Bible teaching in diverse cultural settings for the purpose of Christian growth and discipleship. The teaching skills of the leader are developed.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1025 - Ministry of Leadership & Equipping


    An introduction to basic leadership principles and methods and an in-depth examination of trait, behavioral and contingency theories of leadership. Leadership theories are evaluated biblically and theologically. Unique aspects of biblical leadership related to the church and denomination will be explored.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1026 - Team Ministry Leadership


    A course dealing with the theoretical and practical experiences necessary to guide learning in group settings, the facilitation of the work of administrative committees in the church, and the creation of support groups for growth and ministry.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1030 - Christian Ethics


    A systematic study of Christian ethics taken as a theoretical and practical discipline and offered at an introductory level. Attention is given to biblical and theological foundation as well as to current issues relevant to the witness of the Church in society.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1031 - Ethics of Wealth and Poverty


    A biblical and theological examination of ethical issues that arise in the creation and use of wealth, in the exercise and management of work, and in the experience or alleviation of material needs.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1032 - Current Issues in Christian Ethics


    Intensive study and research of one or more moral issues which are of immediate concern to the Church, society, and Christian ethicists.
      1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.
  
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    CERT 1034 - Baptist History: Identity, Heritage and Polity


    An examination of Baptist origins and development, denominational structures, and theological emphases. A significant component of the class will address Southern Baptist heritage with special emphasis given to cooperative missions and the Cooperative Program.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1040 - Introduction to Great Commission Studies


    An introduction to the biblical, theological, and practical aspects related to the practice and fulfillment of the Great Commission. Special attention is given to contemporary methods of doing missions and evangelism. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1041 - Developing a Church Planting Methodology


    A survey of church planting models, including analysis of the sociology of a reproducing church and a demographic study of designated North American mission areas.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1042 - Church Planting in Global Contexts


    An overview of church planting in its biblical, theological, sociological and practical dimensions. Students will be equipped to develop a vision and values for church planting that is theologically driven and contextually appropriate.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1043 - Missions Practicum


    A combination of academic study and field missionary experience conducted in selected settings under approved supervision, in cooperation with the North American Mission Board or the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention and/or Baptist State Conventions and local churches.
      For Registration, contact the office of Dr. Al James. 1 semester hr(s). P/F.
  
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    CERT 1044 - Current Topics in North American Missions


    An intensive study of selected current issues in missions within North America. Topics will be announced. (May be taken more than once for credit).
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1045 - Current Topics in International Missions


    A study of current issues in international missions. Topics will be announced. (May be taken more than once for credit).
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1046 - Business as Mission(s)


    This course is designed to introduce the student to the concept of Business as Mission(s). An understanding of how kingdom values are integrated into the workplace in our culture and how transferable models can be designed for reaching the world through “business as mission(s)” will be introduced and defined. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1047 - Christian Growth and Discipleship


    An introduction to principles of development and their application to personal spiritual growth and discipleship development. .
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1050 - Introduction to New Testament Interpretation


    An introduction to the Second Temple period, the New Testament world, and the content of the New Testament. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1051 - New Testament I: Jesus & The Gospels


    An introductory course, including the inter-testamental period, the New Testament world and the life of Christ.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1052 - New Testament II: Acts


    An introductory course to the books of Acts. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1060 - Introduction to Old Testament Interpretation


    An introduction to critical issues related to the interpretation of the Old Testament, the history of Israel, and the contents and major theological motifs of the Old Testament. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1061 - Old Testament I: Pentateuch & Historical Books


    An introduction to the history, literature, and religion of the Old Testament, including a detailed examination of the problems and interpretations of the Pentateuch and Former Prophets.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1062 - Old Testament II: Wisdom, Poetry, and Prophets


    A continuation of Old Testament I with a focus on the Latter Prophets and Writings.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1070 - Christian Philosophy


    An introductory study of the relationship between Christian theology and philosophy including an overview of the history of ideas and worldviews. Topics covered will include faith and reason, the existence of God, science and faith, the problem of evil, and the basis for knowledge and values.
      1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1071 - Special Topics in Christian Thought


    Review, analysis and critique of selected issues of current importance in Christian Philosophy and Apologetics. Topics vary and will be announced when the course is offered. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1072 - Introduction to Christian Apologetics


    An introduction to the classical and contemporary objections to the Christian faith and the evidences and arguments used for defending the faith. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1073 - Moral Apologetics


    An introduction to the discussions and debates revolving around the dominant moral issues of our day, with special emphasis given to defending a Christian ethic. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1074 - Cultural Apologetics


    An introduction to Christian cultural engagement, with special emphasis on the proper Christian approaches to involvement in politics, religion, art, and the sciences. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1080 - Pastoral Ministry


    An integrative study of the nature and practice of pastoral ministry. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1081 - Christian Leadership


    An analysis of the tasks, styles, and models of leadership, giving special emphasis to the biblical guidelines and church context of Christian leadership. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1082 - Mentored Internship I


    Experience in an appropriate field setting with an approved Field Mentor. 1 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Student must have an approved Field Mentor and provide a completed syllabus to be approved as part of the application process through the EQUIP Network Office prior to registering for this class. The application can be found here https://www.cognitoforms.com/TheEQUIPNetwork1/MentoredInternshipApplicationForm. P/F. Can be taken during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
  
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    CERT 1083 - The Ministry of Worship


    A study of the doctrine, history, and practice of Christian worship with special emphasis on worship in the local church. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1090 - Introduction to Christian Theology


    A comprehensive study of the major doctrines of the Christian faith from the point of view of those within the Christian church. Includes an examination of the doctrines of revelation, God, creation, providence, humanity, sin, Christ, salvation, Spirit, church, and end times. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1091 - Christian Theology I


    A comprehensive study of the major doctrines of the Christian faith from the point of view of those who are within the Christian church. The nature of theology, its methods and claims are discussed and accessed. The major Christian doctrines are examined in their mutual relationships: revelation, God, creation, providence, man.
      It is recommended that students enroll in this course prior to taking Theology II or III. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1092 - Christian Theology II


    A continuation of Theology I. An examination of the doctrines of sin, Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit, and salvation. It is recommended that students complete Theology I prior to enrolling in this course. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1093 - Christian Theology III


    A continuation of Theology I and II. An examination of the doctrines of the church and last things.
      It is recommended that students complete Theology I prior to enrolling in this course. 1 semester hr(s).
  
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    CERT 1094 - Historical Theology


    A comprehensive study of the historical development of some of the central doctrines of the Christian faith. 1 semester hr(s).
 

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