Aug 08, 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.

 

Evangelism

  
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    EVA 6820 - The Church for the 21st Century


    An examination of the interaction of the church with cultural and social change in the 21st century. Contextualization of ministry, evangelism, and missions in a changing world will be the focus of this course. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6900 - 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 6910 - Evangelism in a Non-Evangelical Context


    Students will examine key areas of non-evangelical and non-Christian doctrines. Similarities and differences between the groups and Baptist theology and their applications to evangelism will be studied. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6920 - 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 6930 - The Pastor as Evangelist


    An intensive study of the pastor’s role in evangelization with special emphasis on conducting revivals, leading evangelistic crusades, and extending the public evangelistic invitation. 2 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6940 - 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 6950 - Introduction to Sports Evangelism


    An introduction to the meaning and methods of sports evangelism in the context of contemporary sports culture. Students will organize a sports camp. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): EVA 5100  or permission of the instructor.
  
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    EVA 6992 - Practicum in Evangelistic Methodologies


    A combination of academic study and field experience enabling participants to identify, implement and evaluate a variety of evangelism programs, materials, and practices suitable for local churches, associations and state conventions. Established and emerging techniques and practices will be studied and performed. 3 semester hr(s). P/F
  
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    EVA 6993 - Practicum in Itinerant Ministry


    A study of biblical, historical and contemporary approaches to itinerant ministry. Preaching, music, evangelism training, and other aspects of itinerant ministry will be considered. Students will learn to minister effectively in short-term ministry assignments through local churches and other Christian ministries. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 6995 - Practicum in Sports Evangelism


    A comprehensive involvement in sports evangelism through organizing and implementing sports clinics with the goal of reaching sports-minded people for Christ. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): EVA 6950 . P/F
  
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    EVA 7000 - Social Ministry Based Evangelism


    An introduction to the nature and practice of social ministry evangelism with an emphasis on its biblical foundation as well as historical and contemporary practices. Special attention will be given to the rationale, context and the role of the local church in social ministry based evangelism with practical principles and strategies on developing a biblically based social outreach ministry. 3 semester hr(s). letter every other summer
  
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    EVA 9500 - Seminar in the Theology of Evangelism


    A seminar focusing on the theological foundations of evangelism with the intention of building a personal theology for evangelization. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    EVA 9620 - The History and Theology of Spiritual Awakenings


    A seminar focusing on the history and theology of revival movements in the modern era. Particular attention is given to the social context of key historical awakenings, as well as theological and methodological concerns related to various revival movements. 3 semester hr(s).

General Studies

  
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    GEN 1000 - Introduction to the College Experience


    An introduction to the objectives and challenges of higher education.  This course is designed to lead students to develop the skills, disciplines, and resources that are conducive to achieving the goals of higher education. Students with fewer than 60 hours of undergraduate credit are required to take this course during their first semester at the College at Southeastern. 1 semester hr(s). Every Fall and Spring.
  
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    GEN 3600 - Personal Finance


    An investigation of the biblical principles of financial stewardship focusing on establishing financial integrity through the study of Scripture, preparing a financial assessment, creating a budget, and eliminating debt. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    GEN 4710 - Cultural Study Tour


    Overseas field study tour of selected sites of significance to the study of English literature. Locations will vary from year to year, but include sites related to the major authors in the canon of English literature. 3 semester hr(s). Summer term and semester breaks.
  
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    GEN 5000 - Faith and Money


    An investigation of the biblical principles of financial stewardship with a focus upon personal local church application. The goal is to train students to establish financial integrity through the study of Scripture, preparation of a financial assessment, creation a budget and the elimination of debt.
  
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    GEN 5500 - 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).
  
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    GEN 5590 - 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. Students develop invention strategies with critical literature and develop skills of style and sense for improving global coherence and sentences. In writing workshops, students learn to help one another through peer review as well as receive formative feedback for revising and improving research writing. The course is required for students who wish to work as writing consultants in the Writing Center. 3 semester hr(s). Every Spring.
  
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    GEN 6000 - Library Resources in Theological Education and in Ministry


    Resources and methodology for systematically finding and using information in a variety of forms, with emphasis upon preparing to use libraries effectively in both theological education and Christian ministries. Development of the minister’s personal library is considered. 1 semester hr(s). Occasional.
  
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    GEN 6810 - Introduction to Arabic


    A basic introduction to the Arabic language. 2 semester hr(s). Occasional.
  
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    GEN 6931 - International Study Tour


    Overseas study tour of selected sites of significance to the study of literature, church history, theology or missions. Locations will vary from year to year. 3 semester hr(s). P/F. Occasional.
  
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    GEN 7500 - MA Research Project


    Completion of a minimum 25 page research project by a M.A. Christian Studies student, under the supervision of a Major Professor. Research projects are read and approved by the student’s major professor and are certified by the Coordinator of M.A. Christian Studies program. 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. 2 semester hr(s). P/F. Upon request of the student, with approval of the Major Professor.
  
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    GEN 7530 - MA Research Project (MACS Spanish)


    Completion of a minimum 25 page research project by a M.A. Christian Studies student, under the supervision of a Major Professor. Research projects are read and approved by the student’s major professor and are certified by the Coordinator of M.A. Christian Studies program. 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).
  
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    GEN 9300 - Introduction to Theological Spanish


    Grammar and reading skills leading to reading competency as required in the Seminary’s graduate studies programs. (Credit not applicable to Master’s and ThM degrees). 3 semester hr(s). Pass/Fail.
  
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    GEN 9310 - Introduction to Theological German


    Grammar and reading skills leading to reading competency as required in the Seminary’s Graduate Studies Programs. (Credit not applicable to Master’s and ThM degrees.) 3 semester hr(s). Pass/Fail course.
  
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    GEN 9311 - Theological Readings in German


    A sequel to GEN9310 Introduction to Theological German designed to provide additional instruction in intermediate and advanced syntax as well as practice in translating German theological texts. (Credit not applicable to Master’s and ThM degrees.) 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GEN 9310  or professor’s permission. Pass/Fail course.
  
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    GEN 9320 - Introduction to Theological French


    Grammar and reading skills leading to reading competency as required in the Seminary’s Graduate Studies Programs. (Credit not applicable to Master’s and ThM degrees.) 3 semester hr(s). Pass/Fail course.
  
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    GEN 9330 - Introduction to Theological Latin


    Grammar and reading skills leading to reading competency as required in the Seminary’s Graduate Studies Programs. (Credit not applicable to Master’s and ThM degrees.) 3 semester hr(s). Pass/Fail course.
  
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    GEN 9340 - Introduction to Modern Hebrew


    Grammar and reading skills leading to reading competency as required in the Seminary’s Graduate Studies Programs. (Credit not applicable to Master’s and ThM degrees.) Pass/Fail course.
  
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    GEN 9400 - Qualitative Research Design and Methodology


    An introduction to the use of qualitative research design and methodology to engage a specific research problem or problems. The course will stress analysis and interpretation of qualitative research as well as qualitative research gathering. The seminar will provide students with the basic tools necessary to complete a research profile for several areas of interest which could become their dissertation topic. 2 semester hr(s). Summer.
  
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    NSO 0001 - Online New Student Orientation



Geography

  
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    GEO 2500 - World Geography


    A survey of geography with emphasis on the location of nations and cities, rivers and seas; a review of the historical and current political situation of each major area of the world. Topics include language, religion, population, government, culture, and economy. 3 semester hr(s).

Greek

  
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    GRK 2610 - Biblical Greek for Ministry I


    An introduction to the elements of New Testament Greek. Credit will only be given if both GRK 2610 and GRK 2620  are satisfactorily completed. 3 semester hr(s). Fall semester, Summer term, and Winter term.
  
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    GRK 2620 - Biblical Greek for Ministry II


    A continuation of GRK 2610 . Completes the basic grammar and introduces syntax, including a careful reading of significant portions of 1 John with a view toward ministry application. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 2610 . Spring semester, Summer term, and Winter term.
  
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    GRK 3500 - Biblical Greek for Ministry III


    An intermediate study of Greek syntax and exegesis for the purpose of interpreting, applying, and proclaiming the New Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 2620 . Fall and Spring semesters.
  
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    GRK 3510 - Greek Exegesis: [Book]


    An exegesis of a selected text/texts from the Greek New Testament. (May be taken more than once for credit, if the text selection is different.) 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 2620 .  Fall and Spring.
  
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    GRK 3600 - Biblical Greek for Ministry IV


    A practicum in the exegesis of Greek text building on the intermediate level study of Greek grammar and syntax. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 3500 . Spring semester.
  
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    GRK 5110 - Biblical Greek for Ministry I


    The elements of Koine Greek for beginners in the Greek New Testament in order to have an interpretive foundation for ministry. 3 semester hr(s). Fall, Summer, and Winter.
  
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    GRK 5120 - Biblical Greek for Ministry II


    A continuation of GRK 5110. Completes the basic grammar and introduces syntax, including a careful reading of significant portions of 1 John with a view toward ministry application. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 5110 . Spring, Summer, and Winter.
  
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    GRK 6500 - Biblical Greek for Ministry III


    An intermediate study of Greek syntax and exegesis for the purpose of interpreting, applying, and proclaiming the New Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 5120 . Fall and Spring semesters and Summer term.
  
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    GRK 6510 - Greek Exegesis: [Book]


    An exegesis of a selected text/texts from the Greek New Testament. (May be taken more than once for credit, if the text selection is different). 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 5120 . Fall and Spring.
  
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    GRK 6600 - Biblical Greek for Ministry IV


    A practicum in the exegesis of Greek text building on the intermediate level study of Greek grammar and syntax. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 6500 . Spring semester.
  
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    GRK 7610 - Advanced Greek Grammar


    A comprehensive study of syntax, inflection, and vocabulary. Reading in the Greek New Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 6500 - Biblical Greek for Ministry III   Occasional.
  
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    GRK 7620 - Advanced Greek Reading


    Reading of key passages in the Greek New Testament with particular attention to an inductive study of the grammar. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 7610 . Occasional.
  
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    GRK 7650 - Septuagint


    A study of the Greek translation of the Old Testament. Includes an overview of its history, comparative grammar and translation, the use of the LXX in textual criticism, and the use of the LXX in the New Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 5120 and HEB 5120. Every 2-3 years.
  
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    GRK 7900 - Introduction to Textual Criticism (Greek)


    An introduction to the materials, history, and principles of New Testament textual criticism. Application of principles to selected passages in the Greek New Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): GRK 6500  Occasional.
  
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    GRK 9600 - Seminar in New Testament Greek Linguistics


    A study of New Testament Greek linguistics and its contribution to phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, Bible translation philosophy and interpretation. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    GRK 9730 - Seminar in Selected Greek Texts


    An in-depth study of selected passages from a New Testament book or corpus dealing with translation, exegesis, interpretation, and application in the modern context. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    GRK 9740 - Greek Exegesis of Gospels and Acts


    An in-depth study of selected passages from the Gospels and Acts dealing with translation, exegesis, interpretation, and application in the modern context. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    GRK 9750 - Greek Exegesis of Paul’s Letters


    An in-depth study of selected passages from Paul’s letters dealing with translation, exegesis, interpretation, and application in the modern context. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    GRK 9760 - Greek Exegesis of General Epistles and Revelation


    An in-depth study of selected passages from the General Epistles and Revelation dealing with translation, exegesis, interpretation, and application in the modern context. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    GRK 9800 - Seminar in Advanced Greek Grammar


    A Ph.D. seminar focusing on New Testament Greek grammar and related issues. It will examine recent contributions to the linguistic study of New Testament Greek, the linguistic dimensions of the language (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and discourse), textual criticism, and other special issues dealing with the Greek of the New Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Fall every three years.
  
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    GRK 9900 - Seminar in New Testament Textual Criticism (Greek)


    A study of New Testament textual criticism, including persons, theories, and praxis with differing methodological and theoretical perspectives. 3 semester hr(s).

Hebrew

  
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    HEB 2610 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry I


    An introduction to the fundamentals of classical Hebrew with primary emphasis on the strong verb and basic vocabulary.  3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 2620 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry II


    A continuation of HEB 2610  with emphasis on the weak verb and reading from the biblical text. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 2610 .
  
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    HEB 3500 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry III


    An intermediate study of Hebrew syntax and exegesis for the purpose of interpreting, applying, and proclaiming the Old Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 2620 .
  
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    HEB 3510 - Hebrew Exegesis: [Book]


    An exegesis of a selected text/texts from the Hebrew Bible. (May be taken more than once for credit, if the text selection is different.) 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 2620 .  Fall and Spring.
  
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    HEB 3600 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry IV


    A practicum in the exegesis of Hebrew text, building on the intermediate level study of Hebrew grammar and syntax. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 3500 . Spring semester.
  
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    HEB 5110 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry I


    An introduction to the fundamentals of classical Hebrew with primary emphasis on the strong verb and basic vocabulary with a view toward ministry application. 3 semester hr(s). Fall, Summer, and Winter.
  
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    HEB 5120 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry II


    A continuation of HEB 5110. Completes the basic grammar and introduces syntax, including a careful reading of significant portions of Jonah with a view toward ministry application. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5110 . Spring, Summer, and Winter.
  
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    HEB 6500 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry III


    An intermediate study of Hebrew syntax and exegesis for the purpose of interpreting, applying, and proclaiming the Old Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 . Fall and Spring semesters and Summer term.
  
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    HEB 6510 - Hebrew Exegesis: [Book]


    An exegesis of a selected text/texts from the Hebrew Old Testament. (May be taken more than once for credit, if the text selection is different.) 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 . Fall and Spring.
  
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    HEB 6600 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry IV


    A practicum in the exegesis of Hebrew text, building on the intermediate level study of Hebrew grammar and syntax. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 6500 . Spring semester.
  
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    HEB 7620 - Advanced Hebrew Reading


    A consideration of the special problems of advanced Hebrew grammar with supervised reading of selected texts in the historical, prophetic, and poetical sections of the Old Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 6500 . Occasional.
  
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    HEB 7810 - Biblical Aramaic


    A study of the basic principles of phonology, morphology, and syntax of Biblical Aramaic. Translation and analysis of the Aramaic texts, both biblical and Second Temple Literature. The course assumes a reading knowledge of Hebrew. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 . Every 2-3 years.
  
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    HEB 7820 - Syriac


    A study of the basic principles of phonology, morphology, syntax of the Syriac language including the Estrangelo, Serto, and Eastern scripts, including translation and analysis of Syriac texts. Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 . Alternating Years.
  
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    HEB 7900 - Old Testament Textual Criticism


    An introduction to the materials, history, and principles of Old Testament textual criticism. Application of principles to selected passages in the Hebrew Bible. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 , GRK 5120 . Fall odd years.
  
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    HEB 7910 - Biblical Hebrew Poetry


    A study of the different aspects and characteristics of what is known as Biblical Hebrew poetry with special attention to the pervasive features of parallelism. Selected texts from the Hebrew Bible will be read to illustrate salient features of poetry as compared with standard prose. A history of its study from antiquity down to the present will be included. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 6500 .
  
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    HEB 7920 - Readings in Rabbinic Literature


    Reading and analysis of Rabbinic Hebrew Literature including the Tosefta, Mishnah, Gemara, Talmud, and Medieval Jewish Bible commentaries in the original language. Attention will be given to their interpretive method(s) and the effect on subsequent interpreters both Christian and Jewish. The characteristics of Rabbinic Hebrew and its place in the history of the language will also be examined. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 . Alternating Years.
  
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    HEB 7930 - Historical Hebrew Grammar


    An analysis of the development of the Hebrew language from its relationship to early Canaanite through the biblical period down to the period of the Mishna. Non-biblical Hebrew inscriptions form the Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian periods will be examined. Special attention will be given to the differences between Classical Biblical Hebrew and Late Biblical Hebrew. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 7940 - Dead Sea Scrolls


    A study of selected texts from the Dead Sea Scrolls. A special focus will be given to the analysis of the Dead Sea Scroll Commentaries on Old Testament books as well as the teachings from the sectarian documents and their possible connection to the New Testament. This course will also include a survey of the documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls and their contribution to Biblical Studies. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 Every other Fall Semester.
  
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    HEB 7950 - Comparative Semitic Linguistics


    A comparative study of the phonology, morphology and cognitive vocabulary of the Semitic language family, as well as a survey of the individual languages that provide the necessary data for the reconstruction of the Proto-Semitic language and culture. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 6500 . An intermediate level knowledge of at least one semitic language is necessary to function in the class. Every other fall, according to the course sequence in the MA(OT).
  
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    HEB 7990 - Introduction to Modern Hebrew


    An introduction to the grammar, syntax and vocabulary of Modern Hebrew leading to reading competency in published literature pertaining to biblical and related subjects. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5120 HEB 2620  Every two years, according to the course sequence in the MA(OT). May also be offered as 3 week intensive in Israel.
  
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    HEB 9730 - Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Law


    An investigation of Hebrew literature from the Law. The seminar will consist of translation and readings from selected passages from the Pentateuch with attention to grammar, syntax, lexicography, textual criticism and exegesis. Specific attention will be given to approaches of the application of the Law to the Christian Life. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 9740 - Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Writings


    This seminar will consist of translations and readings from selected passages from the Writings focusing on vocabulary, grammar, syntax, exegesis and theology. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 9750 - Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Prophets


    The seminar will consist of translations and readings from selected passages from the prophets, focusing on vocabulary, grammar, syntax, exegesis and theology. Specific attention will be given to approaches to the interpretation of prophecy. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 9800 - Seminar in Advanced Hebrew Grammar


    A PhD seminar focusing on Old Testament Hebrew grammar and related issues. It will examine recent contributions to the linguistic study of Old Testament Hebrew, the linguistic dimensions of the language (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse pragmatics, and historical grammar), textual criticism, and other special issues dealing with the Hebrew of the Old Testament. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HEB 5110 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry I HEB 5120 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry II , and HEB 6500 - Biblical Hebrew for Ministry III  or equivalent courses. 
  
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    HEB 9810 - Advanced Aramaic


    A study of Aramaic grammar and documents related to the Old Testament. Selected texts may focus on a single or multiple Aramaic dialects including Syriac, Old, Official, or Targumic Aramaic. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 9820 - Readings from ANE Literature


    A reading course in ancient Near Eastern literature related to the Old Testament, including issues of introductory grammar from selected texts in Akkadian, Ugaritic, Phoenician, or other Semitic languages. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HEB 9830 - Readings from Second Temple Jewish Literature


    A study of selected texts from the Second Temple literature. Special focus will be given to the analysis of Biblical material and the Dead Sea Scrolls as well as the teachings from the Qumran sectarian documents and their possible connection to the New Testament. 3 semester hr(s).

History

  
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    HIS 1110 - Western Civilization I


    A survey of the development of western civilization to the 1400’s. 3 semester hr(s). Fall semester.
  
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    HIS 1120 - Western Civilization II


    A survey of the development of western civilization from the 1400’s to the present. 3 semester hr(s). Spring semester.
  
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    HIS 2110 - Church History I: Patristic, Medieval, and Pre-Reformation


    A survey of the history of Christianity from apostolic times through the Reformation. 3 semester hr(s). Fall and spring semesters.
  
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    HIS 2120 - Church History II: Reformation and Modern


    A continuation of HIS 2110  from the Reformation to the present. 3 semester hr(s). Fall and Spring semesters.
  
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    HIS 2130 - Baptist History: Identity, Heritage, and Polity


    A study of Baptist origins, development, principles, leaders, and thought. Special attention is given to the distinctive contributions of Baptists. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 2610 - State Bapt. Conventions: History & Polity


    A study of the history, structure, operation, and ministries of the state Baptist conventions. This course requires classroom study and attendance at an annual meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, the Baptist General Association of Virginia, or the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia as either a messenger or observer. 2 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 2611 - The Southern Baptist Convention


    This course is designed as a series of lectures, discussions, and on-site examination. Students will meet for two days, travel to the Convention, observe what occurs, and upon their return prepare a paper analyzing the yearly meeting from a practical and theological standpoint. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3100 - Church History Survey


    A survey of the history of Christianity from apostolic times to the present. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): None letter every fall and spring
  
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    HIS 3500 - History of Christian Mission


    A survey of Christianity’s expansion from apostolic times to the present, including interpretive reflections on key developments. Crosslisted as:   3 semester hr(s). Fall, even years.
  
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    HIS 3510 - American History I Pre 1877


    A survey of American political, economic, military, social, and cultural history from its colonial beginnings to the end of Reconstruction. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3520 - American History II Post 1877


    A survey of American political, economic, military, social, and cultural history from the end of Reconstruction to the present. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3531 - The Reformation


    An historical and critical study of selected aspects of the Protestant Reformation. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HIS 3100 - Church History Survey . Spring odd years.
  
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    HIS 3532 - American Religious History


    A study of the development of American religion from the Colonial period to the present, with emphasis on classical problems in the story of American religion, such as pluralism, denominationalism, and the role of experience. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HIS 3100 - Church History Survey . Spring even years.
  
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    HIS 3620 - Greco Roman and Early Medieval History


    A survey of the development of Greek and Roman culture, its shaping of the ancient Mediterranean world, its continuation into the Middle Ages, and its impact on modern Western culture. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3630 - African History Since 1700


    An examination of the important figures, events, ideas and values in African history since 1700. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3640 - Far Eastern History


    A study of the history of the Far East with emphasis on China and Japan. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3650 - American Constitutional Development


    An examination of the evolution and development of American constitutional law and thought, both theoretically and as applied. Special attention will be given to constitutional interpretation, substantive due process, the freedom of religion clauses, and the broader historical milieu in which constitutional decisions were made. 3 semester hr(s).
  
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    HIS 3710 - Life & Practice of the Early Church


    A study of the life and practice of Christians in the first centuries of the church’s history with regard to standard church ministries, including the ordinances, preaching, evangelism, and church government. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HIS2110
  
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    HIS 3720 - Medieval Christianity


    A historical and critical study of selected aspects of the medieval church. 3 semester hr(s). Prerequisite(s): HIS2110
 

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