Schedule - Winter 2011

Schedule - Winter 2011


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

Updated as of January 26th,2011

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
AP 413Christianity in Conflict I29:00-5:00 pmM W F T Th6/DillardEdgar
NT 012aa S1New Testament Greek 2aa22:00-4:30 pmT Th W2Fletcher
NT 012aa S2New Testament Greek 2aa29:30-12:00 pmT Th W5Istrate
OT 012Biblical Hebrew 2a3   Groves
PT 132Gospel Prayer in Christian Min.19:00-12:00 pmT Th W F4Hobaugh
PT 332Seminar in Leadership28:30-12:00 pm
1:30-4:30 pm
Tu-F
1
Witmer
PT 372Worship19:30-12:30 pmM -Th4Sibley
PTC 432Essential Qualities of a Bibl Counselor29:30-4:30 pmSa1Kim
PTC 514Sem.in Professional Orientation29:00-4:00 pmTh3Emlet/Smith

Additional M.Div. Level Course Schedule Information:
AP 413: Week 2; Jan. 10-14
NT 012aa S1: Weeks 1-4: Jan. 4-27
NT 012aa S2: Weeks 1-4: Jan. 4-27
OT 012: Weeks 1-4: Weeks 1 & 3 (T-F, 9:00am - 12:30pm); Weeks 2 & 4 (M/T, R/F, 9:00am - 12:30pm). Room 2
PT 132: Week 1: Jan. 4-7
PT 332: Week 3: Jan. 18-21 (T-R, 8:30am - 12:00pm & 1:30pm - 4:30pm; F, 8:30am - 12:00pm)
PT 372: Week 4: Jan. 24-28
PTC 432: Weeks 1-4, S, 9:30am - 4:30pm (Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29)
PTC 514: Weeks 1-4, R, 9:00am - 4:00pm (Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27)



Th.M./Ph.D.

Updated as of January 10th,2011

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
AP 713Christianity in Conflict I19:00-5:00 pmM W F T Th6/DillardEdgar

Additional Th.M./Ph.D. Level Course Schedule Information:
AP 713: Week 2; Jan. 10-14

General Notes:
1. The class schedule is subject to revision.
2. Last Day to withdraw from OT 012 or NT 012 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. Addition to the 2010-11 catalog:

New Course: AP 413 (previously only offered at the Th.M./Ph.D. level): Christianity in Conflict I

Purpose:
•  To study the major apologetics texts of the church in the first thousand years of its history.
•  To compare the methods and arguments used.
•  To assess those methods in relation to the needs in apologetics today.
Topics covered include texts by Justin Martyr, Tertullian, Iranaeus, Origen, Augustine, and Boethius. The approach will generally be inductive, based on the actual texts. Some lectures will be given.

New Course: PT 132: Gospel Prayer in Christian Ministry

Purpose:
To prepare students for the realities of prayer within Christian ministry, with particular attention given to pastoral ministry.
This course will focus on the essential function of prayer in the Christian ministry in both theory and practice. Topics include an analysis of Scriptural prayers including The Lord’s Prayer, various types of praying in worship, teaching prayer to congregants, and the personal practice of keeping a prayer journal and prayer list.