WESTMINSTER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY COURSE SCHEDULE FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2011-2012
The class schedule is subject to change.
Course descriptions of new courses (NT 588/888): please see Course Descriptions below.
Textbook information: the WTS Bookstore lists required textbooks for each course on its Textbooks webpages at wtsbooks.com. Inquiries about the status of a particular course's required textbook list should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Distance Education course offered: PT 173 (see course schedule below). For more information or any questions about purchasing course packet materials for these courses, please email: email@example.com
NT 013aa Greek classes (see notes below)
First Day of Classes: February 2nd
Last Day of Classes: May 4th
Updated as of March 30th,2012
NT 013aa redivides half-way through the semester. When this occurs, Dr. Beale's class will be in classroom 1 and Mr. Istrate's class will be in classroom 2.
Updated as of February 7th,2012
1. The class schedule is subject to change.
2. “S1” refers to “Section 1”; “S2” refers to Section 2” and so on
3. Syllabi are not available in the Registrar’s Office.
4. NT 013aa rooms are as follows:
a. Teaching first half of semester: Dudreck - Room 2; Goodman - Room 4; Kail - Room 5
b. Teaching second half of semester: Beale - Room 1; Istrate - Room 2
5. Additions to the 2011-12 catalog:
New Course: NT 588/888: Exegesis of Hebrews
• To interpret Hebrews in its original, redemptive-historical, and canonical contexts.
• To read (and understand) the Greek of Hebrews, paying particular attention to important and
• To appreciate how Hebrews uniquely contributes to our understanding of Biblical Hermeneutics,
the New Covenant, and the Christian life.
In addition to a heavy emphasis on exegesis, topics covered include prolegomena (especially genre, authorship, and purpose), metaphor and typology in Hebrews, the hermeneutical method of the epistle (particularly the author's use of the OT), and various theological issues (such as the nature of perseverance, the authority of Scripture, and the High Priesthood of Christ).