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Hebrew HEB9730 Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Law An investigation of Hebrew literature from the Law, including translation and readings from selected passages from the Pentateuch. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HEB9740 Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Writings An investigation of Hebrew literature from the Writings, including translation and reading from selected passages. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HEB9750 Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Prophets An investigation of Hebrew literature from the Prophets, including translation and readings from selected passages. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

Church History HIS9600 Seminar in Early Church History A study of selected topics of importance in early church history, with the specific topics to be studied varying from year to year, including church government, ministry, historiography, early Christian apologetics, and the various collections of early Christian literature. 3 semester hrs.

HIS9730 Seminar in American Theological History A critical examination of selected themes in the history of American theology. Topics to be announced. 3 semester hrs.

HIS9731 Seminar in American Religious Institutions A critical examination of selected themes in the history of American religious institutions. Topics to be announced. 3 semester hrs.

HIS9800 Seminar in Baptist History A critical examination of selected themes in Baptist history. The specific topics to be selected will vary from year to year. 3 semester hrs.

Historical Theology HTH9610 Seminar in Early Church Life and Practice A study of thought and practice in the Christian church from the Post-Apostolic period to the fifth century. Particular practices include baptism, the Lord’s Supper, preaching, worship, evangelism, and church leadership, with emphasis on how Christians lived their faith in these areas, demonstrating areas of diversity and unity within the church. 3 semester hrs.

HTH9620 Seminar in Ante-Nicene Christian Thought A study of the significant persons and events in Christianity from the Post-Apostolic period to the First Ecumenical Council (Nicaea - AD 325), with special emphasis on the development and definition of Christian thought within the crucible of persecution. 3 semester hrs.

HTH9630 Seminar in Post-Nicene Christian Thought A study of the significant persons and events in Christian thought from the Nicene Council (325) to the Council of Chalcedon. 3 semester hrs.

HTH9710 Seminar in the Theology of the Radical Reformers A critical examination of the unique contributions of the theology of the Anabaptists of the reformation period with particular emphasis upon that which distinguished the Radical Reformers from the Magisterial Reformers. 3 semester hrs.

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2012-2013 Academic Catalog  

The official Academic Catalog of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary