These are courses at the Seminary level. These are graduate level courses. This implies that students hold an undergraduate degree. These courses are semester long (generally 12 weeks) courses.

This course is a continuation of Greek 1.

This course provides introductory study of Greek. It includes basic Greek structures, vocabulary, and simple verbs.

This class is NOT a “Preaching Laboratory” class wherein the primary focus of the class is on students preparing, delivering, and critiquing sermons given by other students. This is a class of the theory and theology of Preaching and Teaching the Bible. There will be some focus later on in the class on how to prepare a biblical sermon or a lesson on a passage from the Bible. But there will NOT be any delivery of sermons or teaching of any lessons required of the students in this class. There will be requirements of working in/with passages of Scripture to do the foundational work of exposition (with discussion of exegetical capacities available with the TOOLS that are available to us with LOGOS BIBLE SOFTWARE), determination of main idea and structural development of the passage (subject/complement), and then taking that material and preparing a ‘preachable/teachable’ outline for a sermon/lesson.

This course will involve a detailed examination from the Reformation (1517) to the present age. The discussion will also include modern ideologies, secularism, humanism, and the rise of Islam as a world terrorist threat.