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Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [Spring Update] 
    
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [Spring Update] [ARCHIVED]

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.

 

Economics

  
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    ECO 2500 - Introduction to Economics


    This course introduces students to the basic issues in economics, the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics, and the role of consumers, farmers, and government and the overall economy. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): None letter every two years in spring
  
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    ECO 2650 - Principles of Finance


    This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles of finance and financial decision-making. It equips students with the basic backgrounds and tools necessary for making personal and corporate financial decisions. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): None Offered in the fall of odd-numbered years.

Education

  
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    EDU 2600 - Introduction to Christian Education


    An introduction to Christian education with emphasis on principles and objectives of educational programs of the church. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 2620 - Ministry with Youth


    A study of the basic needs and problems of middle and high school age youth. Emphasis will be placed on developing programs for youth in the local church. 2 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 3500 - 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 3520 - Educational Psychology


    A broad overview and evaluation of the major schools of thought in educational psychology including behaviorism, cognitivism, and humanism. Developmental theory, individual differences, exceptionality, group management, and individualized instruction are clarified. Attention is given to biblical principles related to teaching and learning. The primary application of this course is to the classroom and related forms of group instruction. The course includes a field experience component. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 3521 - 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 3610 - 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 3630 - Ministry of Leadership & Equipping


    An introduction to basic leadership principles and methods. It provides 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 3660 - 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EDU 4510 - Teaching Methods for Secondary School


    Instruction An examination of strategies that can lead teachers to choices and actions that have the potential to enhance learning opportunities in secondary educational settings. Special attention is given to the importance of a Christian world view. Current literature, along with contemporary practice and instructional models will be examined in the light of this Christian philosophy of education. The course includes a field experience component. 3 semester hr(s).

English

  
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    ENG 1110 - English Composition I


    A study of the skills essential to effective composition. Special emphasis given to the elements of the writing process, the principles of proper paragraph development, and logical argumentation. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Placement via score on SAT, ACT, or CLT and English Placement Exam. Fall and spring semesters.
  
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    ENG 1120 - English Composition II


    A survey of the research and composition skills needed to write research papers. Special emphasis will be given to developing knowledge of the Turabian format for research papers, understanding and applying principles of research, and writing effective research papers. An introduction to the primary genres of literature will also be covered. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110 . Fall and Spring semesters.
  
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    ENG 2110 - Survey of British Literature


    A survey of British Literature from Beowulf to the moderns from a Christian perspective. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 . Fall and spring semesters.
  
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    ENG 2120 - Survey of American Literature


    A survey of American Literature from colonial to modern times from a Christian perspective. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 . Fall and spring semesters.
  
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    ENG 3500 - World Literature


    A study of significant literary works in the eastern as well as western traditions from a Christian perspective. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 3510 - History of the English Language


    A study of the history and development of the English language. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 . Fall semester in even-numbered years.
  
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    ENG 3520 - Shakespeare


    A study of William Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies against the background of the life and times of the dramatist. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110 
  
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    ENG 3550 - Topics in Literature and Culture


    An investigation of literature in various genres and periods with a focus on the cultural values reflected in the literature and the cultural values of the literary consumers in order to build bridges from the literature to reach specific cultures with the gospel. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 
  
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    ENG 3590 - Advanced Writing


    A study and practice of writing in the humanities. Students learn methods of rhetorical criticism, research, and style through writing about Augustine’s Confessions, a classic of literature, philosophy, theology, psychology, and the arts of rhetoric. Students develop invention strategies with secondary literature and develop skills of style and sense for improving sentences and global coherence. In writing workshops, students learn to help one another by peer review as well as receive formative feedback for revising and improving writing. The course is required for college students who wish to work as writing consultants in the Writing Center. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG    letter every spring
  
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    ENG 3600 - Creative Writing


    A writing course that examines the literary elements that writers use as tools in creating literature and requires students to write their own original short stories and poems. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 3610 - Introduction to Linguistics


    A study of the principles of language in general with a special emphasis on the application of those principles to English. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 . Summer and Winter terms.
  
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    ENG 3620 - Milton


    A study of Milton’s poetry and prose in their Renaissance and Reformation contexts. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 3630 - C S Lewis


    A study of C. S. Lewis’s major writings with emphasis on the imaginative fiction and apologetics. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 3710 - American Romanticism 1820-60


    A study of representative U.S. writers from the mid-nineteenth century. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1120 
  
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    ENG 3750 - Multi-Ethnic American Literature


    An investigation of literature in various genres and periods interested in the complexities of race and ethnicity in the United States. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1120 
  
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    ENG 3760 - Contemporary American Novels


    A study of recent novels in the context of contemporary American culture, art and politics. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1120 
  
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    ENG 3770 - Modern American Poetry


    An examination of modern American poets in their cultural and historic contexts. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1120 
  
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    ENG 4599 - Seminar in Literary Theory


    A study of the major historical and contemporary documents of literary theory from within a Christian perspective. Students will write a major paper in which they apply and engage literary theory. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Completion of core English requirement, including English Literature and American Literature Surveys.
  
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    ENG 4610 - Development of British Poetry


    A study of representative British poems from the Anglo Saxon period to the present. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 4620 - Development of the British Novel


    A study of representative English novels from the early 18th century to the present. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 4630 - Old and Middle English Poetry


    An advanced study of Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature which will give the student a knowledge of the history and development of the English language. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 4640 - Seventeenth Century British Literature


    Readings in the major British writers of the early 17th century, excluding Shakespeare and Milton. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 4650 - Literature of the Bible


    A study of the literary qualities of the Bible, emphasizing genres and figures of speech. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110  and ENG 1120 .
  
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    ENG 4810 - Second Language Acquisition


    An introduction to the field of Second Language Acquisition (SLA). The process of second language acquisition will be compared and contrasted with the first language acquisition. The role of individual difference in language learning (age, motivation, aptitude, and first language background) will be analyzed. In addition, students will consider the implications of Second Language Acquisition (SLA) theory for ESL teaching and cross-cultural missionary contexts. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ENG 4820 - English Grammar


    A comprehensive overview of English Grammar, including the sound system (phonology) of the language, the basic morphology of the parts of speech and the syntax of Standard American English, in the practical context of ESL instruction. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ENG 4830 - ESL Teaching Methods


    An introduction to the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), also known as Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL). The class will explore a variety of methods for teaching ESL, and examine the connections between research in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) and classroom practice. The major emphasis of the course will be giving students practical tools they can use in helping ESL learners gain proficiency in English. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ENG 1110 
  
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    ENG 4850 - TESL Internship


    Experience in an appropriate field setting including at least 20 field experience hours of actual ESL teaching. 3 semester hr(s).
  

Ethics

  
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    ETH 3600 - Introduction to 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 3610 - Moral Foundations of Marriage and Family


    A study of biblical and theological foundations for marriage and family life. Enables students to apply biblical moral standards in their family and marriage relations and in family life ministry. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 4503 - Systems of Moral Philosophy


    A course of study for Christians examining competing systems of moral philosophy. Specific attention is given to the metaphysics of moral thinking and judgment, to moral epistemology, and to theories regarding the nature and source of moral authority. Students are prepared to engage competing systems of moral philosophy from a Christian worldview. 3 semester hr(s). Every two years.
  
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    ETH 4620 - Christian Ethics and the State


    A study of the relation of Christian faith and ethics to political leadership, governmental authority, and debate on issues of importance to the public life of society. Special attention is given to patterns of church-state relationships and the crisis of moral authority in American society. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 4630 - Ethics of War and Peace


    A study of war and peace according to the Bible, Christian tradition, and human philosophy. Special attention is given to understanding the three major traditions of crusade, pacifism, and just war. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    ETH 4640 - Created Order and Environmental Ethics


    A biblical and theological analysis of the relationship between mankind and the created order with emphasis upon the moral implications and issues that accompany the divine call to participate in Christ’s redemption of all creation. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 4650 - 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. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    ETH 4660 - Social Justice and Race Relations


    A study of the ethics of social justice and race relations in light of biblical principles, theological doctrines and historical expressions, with special attention given to the church’s tasks in promoting social justice and confronting discrimination. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 4670 - Ethics of Life and Death


    A study of the ethical dimensions pertaining to the making, taking, and manipulation of human life. This course covers foundational biblical and theological issues pertaining to life and death, as well as a range of selected moral topics related to the beginning and end of life. 3 semester hr(s). Once every 2 years.
  
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    ETH 4690 - Moral Decision-Making and the Will of God


    In this course the biblical, theological, and historical bases of moral decision making will be explored. Emphasis is placed upon the importance and place of character development within the traditional framework of Christian ethical theory, especially as it relates to the process of moral decision-making and knowing the will of God. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    ETH 4695 - Christian Sexual Ethics


    A study of the ethics of human sexual behavior and responsibility according to standards found in the Bible and developed through Christian tradition. Attention is also given to changing patterns of sexual behavior that currently challenge historical biblical norms. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years
  
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    ETH 4900 - Current Issues in Christian Ethics


    An intensive study and research of one or more moral issues which are of immediate concern to the Church, society, and Christian ethicists. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ETH 3600 .
  
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    ETH 5100 - Introduction to 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 6550 - Moral Foundations of Marriage and Family


    A study of biblical and theological foundations for marriage and family life. Enables students to apply biblical moral standards in their family and marriage relationships and in family life ministry. Equips a student for developing a strong family life. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7503 - Systems of Moral Philosophy


    A course of study for Christians examining competing systems of moral philosophy. Specific attention is given to the metaphysics of moral thinking and judgment, to moral epistemology, and to theories regarding the nature and source of moral authority. Students are prepared to engage competing systems of moral philosophy from a Christian worldview. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7620 - Christian Ethics and the State


    A study of the relation of Christian faith and ethics to political leadership, governmental authority, and debate on issues of importance to the public life of society. Special attention is given to patterns of church-state relationships and the crisis of moral authority in American society. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7630 - Ethics of War and Peace


    A study of war and peace according to the Bible, Christian tradition, and human philosophy. Special attention is given to understanding the three major traditions of crusade, pacifism, and just war. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    ETH 7640 - Created Order and Environmental Ethics


    A biblical and theological analysis of the relationship between mankind and the created order with emphasis upon the moral implications and issues that accompany the divine call to participate in Christ’s redemption of all creation. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7650 - 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. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    ETH 7660 - Social Justice and Race Relations


    A study of the ethics of social justice and race relations in light of biblical principles, theological doctrines and historical expressions, with special attention given to the church’s tasks in promoting social justice and confronting discrimination. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7670 - Ethics of Life and Death


    A study of the ethical dimensions pertaining to the making, taking, and manipulation of human life. This course covers foundational biblical and theological issues pertaining to life and death, as well as a range of selected moral topics related to the beginning and end of life. 3 semester hr(s). Once every two years.
  
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    ETH 7690 - Moral Decision-Making and the Will of God


    In this course the biblical, theological, and historical bases of moral decision making will be explored. Emphasis is placed upon the importance and place of character development within the traditional framework of Christian ethical theory, especially as it relates to the process of moral decision-making and knowing the will of God. 3 semester hr(s). Every 2-3 years.
  
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    ETH 7695 - Christian Sexual Ethics


    A study of the ethics of human sexual behavior and responsibility according to standards found in the Bible and developed through Christian tradition. Attention is also given to changing patterns of sexual behavior that currently challenge historical biblical norms. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7900 - 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. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 7990 - M.A. Christian Ethics Research Project


    Completion of a 40-60 page research project by a MA Ethics, Theology and Culture student under the supervision of a Major Professor. Research projects are read and approved by the student’s major professor and at least one other faculty member competent in the field of Christian ethics. Note: Students who do not complete this course in one semester will be required to enroll in IND 7000 MA Continuous Enrollment in each successive semester until the requirements for this course are completed. 3 semester hr(s). P/F Upon request of the student, with approval of the Major Professor.
  
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    ETH 9201 - Reading Seminar I


    An area reading seminar in Christian Ethics conducted by the faculty exclusively for Ph.D. students. 2 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): None Letter every fall
  
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    ETH 9202 - Reading Seminar II


    An area reading seminar in Christian Ethics conducted by the faculty exclusively for Ph.D. students. This is a continuation of ETH 9201.

    An area reading seminar in Christian Ethics conducted by the faculty exclusively for Ph.D. students. This is a continuation of ETH9201. 2 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): ETH 9201 - Reading Seminar I  letter every spring

  
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    ETH 9600 - Seminar in New Testament Ethics


    A study of advanced research and interpretation concerning New Testament instruction in the area of moral life and ethical doctrine. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9610 - Seminar in Old Testament Ethics


    A study of advanced research and interpretation concerning Old Testament instruction in areas of moral life and ethical doctrine. 3 semester hr(s). letter
  
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    ETH 9620 - Seminar in Ethical Aspects of Theology, History and Philosophy


    The student will participate in a Ph.D. seminar from the Theology Area and fulfill all of the requirements of that seminar with an emphasis on Christian Ethics. In consultation with the student’s major professor and the professor of record for the Theology Area seminar, the student will focus his or her research within the broader subject of the course on a narrower emphasis on Christian Ethics. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): Approval of Major Professor and Professor of Record. letter upon request
  
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    ETH 9750 - Seminar in Contemporary Moral Theology


    A study of the ethical thought and moral theology of selected theologians. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9800 - Seminar on the History of Moral Theology


    A study covering major historical figures in Christian ethics as well as significant theological traditions that have shaped Christian understanding of the moral life. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9900 - Seminar on Selected Topics in Christian Ethics


    Advanced research in an approved specialty area within the field of Christian ethics. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9901 - Seminar in Christian Sexual Ethics


    A study of advanced scholarship relating to biblical and theological understanding of Christian Sexual Ethics. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9902 - Seminar in Law and Gospel


    A study of advanced scholarship relating to biblical and theological understanding of the meaning and interpretations of law and gospel. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9903 - Seminar in Natural Law


    A study of advanced scholarship relating to biblical, theological, and philosophical understanding of natural law. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9904 - Seminar in Political Theology


    A study of advanced research concerning the theology of politics and government. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9905 - Seminar in Ethics of Francis A. Schaeffer


    A study of advanced research and scholarship covering the ethical thought and moral theology of Francis A. Schaeffer. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    ETH 9906 - Seminar in Truth, Lying, and Faithful Communicating


    A study of advanced research, analysis, and interpretation of Christian scholarship dealing with the meaning and nature of communicating truly and being true as well as lying, deceit, and communicating falsely. 3 semester hr(s). Occasional.
  
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    ETH/THE 9944 - Seminar on the History of Political Thought


    A seminar focused on the rise and development of Western political theory, including significant thinkers and texts in the ancient, medieval, and modern eras. 3 semester hr(s).

Evangelism

  
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    EVA 1100 - Evangelism: Nature and Practice


    An introduction to the nature and practice of evangelism with an emphasis on its biblical, theological, and historical roots. Special emphasis will be given to the rationale and context for evangelization. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 1101 - Evangelism: Nature and Practice Practicum


    An introduction to the nature and practice of evangelism in a practicum setting with emphasis on its biblical, theological, and historical roots. Special attention will be given to the rationale and context for evangelization. This course may only be taken in conjunction with a SEBTS approved EQUIP Partner. 3 semester hr(s). Fall, Spring, or Summer at the request of EQUIP Partners.
  
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    EVA 3510 - Personal Discipleship & Disciple-making


    An introduction to the biblical principles of personal spiritual growth and disciple-making. 3 semester hr(s). Fall and Spring.
  
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    EVA 3511 - Personal Discipleship and Disciple-Making Practicum


    An introduction to the biblical principles of personal spiritual growth and disciple-making in a practicum setting. This course may only be taken in conjunction with a SEBTS approved EQUIP Partner. 3 semester hr(s). Fall, Spring, or Summer at the request of EQUIP Partners.
  
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    EVA 3610 - Introduction to Church Growth


    An introduction to the nature and practice of church growth with emphasis on its biblical, theological, and historical roots. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): EVA 1100 .
  
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    EVA 3620 - Church Evangelism


    An introduction to the development of a perennial program of evangelism in the local church. Study will be made of various successful programs of evangelism developed by churches throughout America. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): EVA 1100 .
  
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    EVA 3630 - Spiritual Warfare in Evangelism and Missions


    An examination of spiritual warfare, with a particular focus on the relationship between warfare and evangelism and missions. Attention is given to the biblical, historical, and contemporary perspectives of spiritual conflict. 3 semester hr(s). Annually.
  
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    EVA 3740 - Prayer & Spiritual Awakening


    An examination of the history of spiritual awakenings and the sociological milieu out of which these movements arose, along with their relationship to concerted prayer efforts. 3 semester hr(s). Fall semester.
  
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    EVA 3900 - Current Topics in Evangelism


    A study of selected current issues in the field of evangelism. Topics will be announced. (May be taken more than once for credit) 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 3920 - Missional Approaches to Reaching Unchurched America


    A study of the population of the United States unreached by the evangelical church. The course will examine who the unchurched are and will analyze various methods employed to reach them. The course will focus on personal evangelistic approaches which effectively communicate the gospel with unchurched groups including students, business men and the urban population. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 3920 - Missional Approaches to Reaching Unchurched America


    A study of the population of the United States unreached by the evangelical church. The course will examine who the unchurched are and will analyze various methods employed to reach them. The course will focus on personal evangelistic approaches which effectively communicate the gospel with unchurched groups including students, business men and the urban population.
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    EVA 3940 - Women and Evangelism


    A survey of the historic role of women in the evangelistic task and of evangelistic tools useful for women today. Attention will be given to both the teaching and practice of evangelism with women. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 5100 - Evangelism: Nature and Practice


    An introduction to the nature and practice of evangelism with emphasis on its biblical, theological, and historical roots. Special attention will be given to the rationale and context for evangelization. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 5101 - Evangelism: Nature and Practice Practicum


    An introduction to the nature and practice of evangelism in a practicum setting with emphasis on its biblical, theological, and historical roots. Special attention will be given to the rationale and context for evangelization. This course may only be taken in conjunction with a SEBTS approved EQUIP Partner. 3 semester hr(s). Fall, Spring, or Summer at the request of EQUIP Partners.
  
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    EVA 6610 - Personal Discipleship & Disciple-making


    An introduction to the biblical principles of personal spiritual growth and disciple-making. 3 semester hr(s). Fall and Spring.
  
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    EVA 6611 - Personal Discipleship and Disciple-Making Practicum


    An introduction to the biblical principles of personal spiritual growth and disciple-making in a practicum setting. This course may only be taken in conjunction with a SEBTS approved EQUIP Partner. This course may only be taken in conjunction with a SEBTS approved EQUIP participant or other approved entity. 3 semester hr(s). Fall, Spring, or Summer at the request of EQUIP Partners.
  
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    EVA 6630 - Spiritual Warfare in Evangelism and Missions


    An examination of spiritual warfare, with a particular focus on the relationship between warfare and evangelism and missions. Attention is given to the biblical, historical, and contemporary perspectives of spiritual conflict. 3 semester hr(s). Annually.
  
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    EVA 6720 - Prayer and Spiritual Awakening


    The history of spiritual revival movements and the sociological milieu out of which these movements arose will be considered. A study of biblical links between prayer and spiritual awakening, the role of prayer in the evangelistic ministry of individual believers, and the development of evangelistic prayer ministries in local congregations. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6800 - Introduction to Church Growth


    An introduction to the nature and practice of church growth with emphasis on its biblical, theological, and historical roots. Special attention will be given to the Church Growth Movement begun by D. A. McGavran. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6810 - Evangelism through Church Organizations


    A study of the strategies and methods of evangelism which are appropriate to the educational ministries of the church. 2 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6811 - Equipping Churches for Evangelism


    Intensive training in contemporary methods for equipping and leading small groups and individuals in a local church to engage in personal evangelism. Attention will be given to overcoming barriers to evangelization. 2 semester hr(s).
 

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