COMING IN 2013
New Testament Studies Seminar: Jan 7 - Feb 15
Pauline Studies Seminar: Feb 18 - Mar 29
Old Testament Studies Seminar: Apr 8 - May 17
Church History Seminar: May 20 - Jun 28
NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES
To introduce the student to:
1. The distinctive theological perspectives and themes of Jesus and the New Testament authors.
2. Significant modern scholarship in the field of New Testament Theology.
To strengthen the student in their ability to:
1. Understand theological concepts and the implications for their faith.
2. Organize their personal theology into a coherent system of belief.
To develop the student in their spiritual formation by encouraging them to:
1. Respond to theological truth intellectually and by lifestyle changes.
2. Allow their thoughts, ideas and theological perspectives to be challenged through assignments and class dialogue.
3. Strengthen personal faith by reflecting on new insights and theological concepts.
To help the student better formulate (a) New Testament theology in order that they may:
1. Teach on the various topics and themes that contribute to New Testament theology.
PAULINE STUDIES SEMINAR
1. Identify and explain the major theological topics and themes found in Paul's writings.
2. Understand and discuss Pauline theology.
3. Better research, prepare and communicate teachings/lectures from Paul's writings.
OLD TESTAMENT STUDIES SEMINAR
1. Discuss in-depth the major themes of the Old Testament.
2. Outline and explain the canonical development of the Redemptive-Historical plan of God.
3. Outline and explain the canonical development of the Kingdom of God.
4.Outline and explain the significance of the Story of Israel.
5. Interpret individual OT texts in light of the role they play in the development of an OT Theology.
CHURCH HISTORY SEMINAR
1. Outline and explain the major figures that influenced the various eras of Church history.
2. Outline and explain the important theological decisions made by the Church.
3. Outline and explain the strengths and weaknesses of the Church as she has tried to fulfill the Great Commission.
4. Outline and explain how the Church in previous eras has impacted the present-day Church.
Still to be determined. The cost listed on the website page below is under review.
You can also find out more information at the following link:
If you are interested in attending either one, two, three or all of these seminars, please contact Registrar at registrar(at)ywammontana.org for an application.
If you have questions regarding these seminars and their content, contact Mark Mascucci at mark.masucci(at)ywammontana.org.