Schedule - Winter 2010

Schedule - Winter 2010


WESTMINSTER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY COURSE SCHEDULE FOR WINTER TERM 2010
The class schedule is subject to change. No conflicts are permitted during winter term.

First Day of Classes: Tuesday, January 5th
Last Day of Classes: Friday, January 29th

M.Div./M.A./M.A.R./Cert/Special

Updated as of January 21st,2010

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
AP 522Music & Worship in the Changing Church29:00-4:00 pmT W Th F1Ward
NT 022New Testament Greek 2aa22:00-4:30 pmT W Th4Fletcher
NT 022New Testament Greek 2aa22:00-4:30 pmT W Th2Istrate
NT 612New Testament Theology29:00-3:00 pm
9:00-2:00 pm
M T W Th
F
Craig
Beale
OT 012Biblical Hebrew 2a3   Groves
PT 332Seminar in Leadership29:00-4:00 pmT W Th F1Witmer
PT 372Worship19:30-12:00 pmM T W Th F1Sibley
PTC 432Essential Qualities of a Bibl Counselor29:30-4:30 pmSa1Kim
PTC 514Sem.in Professional Orientation2   Emlet/Smith
PTM 572The History & Theol of the African Am Ch29:00-3:00 pmM T W Th FYoungEllis

Additional M.Div. Level Course Schedule Information:
AP 522: Week 2; Jan.11-15; with 1 hr. lunch break.
NT 022 S1 (Fletcher): Week 1-4; Jan.5-28.
NT 022 S2 (Istrate): Week 1-4; Jan.5-28.
NT 612: Week 4; Jan.25-29; with 1 hr. lunch break.
OT 012: Week 1-4; Jan.5-29.
PT 332: Week 3; Jan.19-22; with 1 hr. lunch break.
PT 372: Week 1; Jan.5-8.
PTM 572: Week 2; Jan.11-15; with 1 hr. lunch break.
PTC 432: Week 1-4; Jan.9-30; with 1 hr. lunch break.
PTC 514: Week 1-4; Jan.7, 11, 13, 14, 20, 21, 25 & 28.

Th.M./Ph.D.

Updated as of January 21st,2010

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
NT 912New Testament Theology19:00-3:00 pm
9:00-2:00 pm
M T W Th
F
Craig
Beale
NT 981History of Interpretation1   McCartney

Additional Th.M./Ph.D. Course Schedule Information:
NT 912: Week 4; Jan.25-29; with 1 hr. lunch break.
NT 981: Week 1 & 2; Jan.5-14; Week 1, T, W, TH, F; Week 2, M, T, W, TH.

D.Min COURSES

CS #  COURSE NAME  CR.  DATE/TIME  DAYS RM.  PROFESSOR 
 PM 56  Pastoral Ministry in World
Literature Religion

 Wk 2 (Jan 11-15)
 5  Ryken

 

General Notes:
1. The class schedule is subject to revision.
2. Last Day to withdraw from OT 012 or NT 022 is Tuesday, January 19.
3. "S1" refers to "Section 1"; "S2" refers to "Section 2".
4. Syllabi are not available in the Registrar's Office.
5. Correction to 2009-2010 catalog: the following course has a revised course number (different than what is listed in the 09-10 catalog)
    NT 981 - History of Interpretation (listed as NT 982 in the 09-10 catalog)
6. Addition to the 2009-10 catalog:

New Course :  NT 612/NT 912: New Testament Theology
Purpose: To grow in understanding how to do biblical theology in the New Testament and to better understand the theological unity of the New Testament amidst its diversity.
Topics covered include: (1) covering some of the important literature in the field; (2) the relationship of exegetical method to a method of doing biblical theology; (3) the theological relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament; (4) the integral relationship of N.T. theology to the ideas of the kingdom, inaugurated eschatology and the new creation in comparison to other proposed "centers" for the New Testament.
Prerequisite: NT 013 or equivalent.