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NTS6800 New Testament Book Study A study of a selected book in the New Testament based on the English text. (May be taken more than once for credit, if a different book is studied). 3 semester hrs. Fall and Spring semesters.

NTS6820 New Testament Themes A study of a subject related to New Testament studies is chosen. 3 semester hrs. Occasional.

Old Testament OTS5110 Old Testament: Pentateuch and Former Prophets An introduction to the history, literature, and religion of the Old Testament, including a detailed examination of the problems and interpretations of the Pentateuch and Former Prophets. 3 semester hrs. Fall semester.

OTS5120 Old Testament: Latter Prophets and Hagiographa A continuation of OTS5110 with a focus on the Latter Prophets and the Hagiographa. 3 semester hrs. Spring semester.

OTS5910 SCP Old Testament I Intensive An advanced Intensive for approved students who successfully completed Introduction to Old Testament I in undergraduate studies. 3 semester hrs. Fall semester.

OTS5920 SCP Old Testament II Intensive An advanced Intensive for approved students who successfully completed Introduction to Old Testament II in undergraduate studies. 3 semester hrs. Fall semester.

OTS6510 Pre-Reformation Interpretation of the Old Testament An introduction to the history of biblical interpretation and hermeneutical procedures for interpreting the Old Testament in the Pre-Reformation Period. 3 semester hrs. Course will be offered in the third semester of the MA Course sequence.

OTS6520 Post-Reformation Interpretation of the Old Testament An introduction to the basic history of biblical interpretation and hermeneutical procedures for interpreting the Old Testament in the Post-Reformation Period, including introduction to Reformation principles of Old Testament Interpretation. 3 semester hrs. Course will be offered in the third semester of the MA Course sequence.

OTS6800 Old Testament Book Study A study of a selected book from the Old Testament based on the English Text. (May be taken more than once for credit, if different book is studied). 3 semester hrs. Fall and Spring semesters.

OTS6820 Old Testament Themes An investigation of a subject related to Old Testament studies. 3 semester hrs. Occasional.

Philosophy PHI5100 Christian Philosophy: Worldview, Western Thought, and Apologetics An introductory study of the relationship between Christian theology and philosophy including an overview of the history of ideas and worldviews, faith and reason, the existence of God, science and faith, the problem of evil, and the basis for knowledge and values. 3 semester hrs. Fall and Spring semesters.

PHI6500 Christian Apologetics An investigation of classical and contemporary objections to the Christian faith, including consideration of methods for defending the faith. 3 semester hrs. Every year.

PHI6510 Christian Evidences A review of the evidences from Scripture, history, and creation that support the truthfulness of the claims of Christian Theism.3 semester hrs. Every year.

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2012-2013 Academic Catalog  

The official Academic Catalog of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary