Upcoming Graduate Classes

Summer 2021

Biblical Languages & Technology

Dr. Philip Brown & Dr. Stephen Smith

Biblical Languages and Technology is an introduction to how language works and how to use technology for studying Biblical texts.

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BITH 500 || Biblical Theology & Exegesis

Miracles, Resurrection, and the Afterlife

Dr. Mark Bird

Miracles, Resurrection, and the Afterlife addresses the possibility of miracles, the evidence for the resurrection of Christ, and claims of near death experiences.

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PRTH 573 || Practical Theology, Apologetics

Fall 2021

New Testament Introduction

Dr. Stephen Smith

New Testament Introduction introduces the New Testament’s literature, methods of New Testament study, and critical issues in formation and interpretation.

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BITH 501 || Biblical Theology & Exegesis

Hebrew Exegesis I

Dr. Philip Brown

Hebrew Exegesis I introduces the Hebrew syntax and leads students in exegetical analysis of specified passages from the Hebrew Bible.

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HBRW 600 || Biblical Theology & Exegesis

Christ-Centered Expository Preaching

Dr. R. G. Hutchison

Christ-Centered Expository Preaching combines exegesis with the gospel-based evangelical thrust of Christ-centered preaching.

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PRTH 512 || Practical Theology, Homiletics

Biblical Theology of Christian Worship

Dr. Paul Peak

Biblical Theology of Christian Worship provides an overview of principles of Christian worship and examines the Bible’s concepts and practices of worship.

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PRTH 520 || Practical Theology, Worship

Integration of Christian Faith and Counseling Theory

Dr. Andrew Graham

An investigation of the various perspectives on the integration of Christian faith and counseling theory.

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PRTH 530 || Practical Theology, Christian Counseling

Understanding Contemporary Islam

Dr. Tim Boyd

This course explores the rise and influence of contemporary Islam, reviews Islamic history, and presents the tenets of Islam and its cultural features.

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PRTH 571 || Practical Theology, Missions

Interpreting and Teaching Revelation

Dr. Stephen Smith

A study of the message of the Book of Revelation within its historical, cultural, and literary contexts. This class will use an English translation of Revelation.

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PRTH 581 || Practical Theology, Bible Teaching

Interpreting and Teaching Romans

Dr. Allan Brown

An intensive study of Paul’s letter to the Romans. Special attention is given to the theological structure in Romans and its application to the Christian life.

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PRTH 582 || Practical Theology, Bible Teaching

Advanced Systematic Theology

Dr. Mark Bird

An investigation of the themes that comprise Christian systematic theology. We will focus on theology as a discipline, with application to life and service.

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SYTH 500 || Systematic Theology

Graduate Program Calendar

Spring 2021 Dates

  • Jan. 18: Spring graduate classes convene
  • May 15: Spring graduate classes end

Summer 2021 Dates

  • May 31: Summer graduate classes convene
  • June 1: Program and scholarship application deadline for Fall 2021
  • June 28-July 4: Summer break
  • July 31: Summer graduate classes end

Fall 2021 Dates

  • Aug. 16: Fall graduate classes convene
  • Oct. 24-30: Fall break
  • Nov. 12: Last day to withdraw from Fall 2021 classes
  • Nov. 21-27: Thanksgiving break
  • Dec. 11: Fall graduate classes ends

Matt Hallam here.

I’d love to chat about the options that you have through GBSC.

Call me anytime.

513-721-7944 x3411

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