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INT 502 - The Pastoral Epistles

Description:

John R. W. Stott, D.D.


An expository and exegetical study of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus, with emphasis on their exegetical and interpretive problems. Explores their theology and practical relevance for society and the Church, especially church leadership.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 502 - The Pastoral Epistles Syllabus
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INT 503 - The Epistle to the Romans

Description:

Harold W. Hoehner, Th.D., Ph.D.


An exegetical-theological study of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans in the Greek text. It involves the treatment of selected historical, grammatical, structural, and lexical data which illuminates the meaning of this important New Testament document. This course assumes the ability to make grammatical and textual critical evaluations, to do Greek exegesis, as well as Greek word studies.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: NT 501 & NT 502.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): NT 501 & NT 502
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 503 - The Epistle to the Romans Syllabus
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INT 504 - The Gospels / Life of Christ

Description:

Terry C. Hulbert, Th.D.


In this course, students complete a chronological and synthetic study of the Gospels’ accounts of Christ’s birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension. The course focuses on the time, place, circumstances, and people involved in the events of our Lord’s ministry. From the incarnation to the ascension, students gain a fuller understanding of Christ’s words and works in light of Old Testament prophecy and cultural context.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 504 - The Gospels / Life of Christ Syllabus
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INT 505 - The Parables of Jesus

Description:

Craig L. Blomberg, Ph.D.


Surveys methods of interpreting Jesus’ parables to develop an eclectic model drawing on
the best insights. This model is applied to the major narrative parables to draw conclusions concerning the theology and significance of this portion of Jesus’ teaching.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 505 - The Parables of Jesus Syllabus
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INT 506 - The Gospel of Luke

Description:

Darrell L. Bock, Ph.D.


An examination of the Gospel of Luke with concentration on its message and on preparation
of narrative material for preaching and teaching.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 506 - The Gospel of Luke Syllabus
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INT 507 - The Acts of the Apostles

Description:

Darrell L. Bock, Ph.D.


An exegetical examination of Acts focusing on the biblical theology of the book, the historical
background of events, and the theological emphasis of the speeches. Special attention is given to the relationship between the Church and Israel in the early church era.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 507 - The Acts of the Apostles Syllabus
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INT 508 - New Testament Survey: Epistles to Revelation

Description:

Craig L. Blomberg, Ph.D.


Surveys the NT epistles and the Apocalypse. Introductory issues and the basic content of the books are of emphasized as well as inductive study of selected passages.


[4 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 4
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 508 - New Testament Survey: Epistles to Revelation Syllabus
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INT 510 - The Epistle to the Hebrews

Description:

Dennis E. Johnson, Ph.D.


To what extent does the new covenant replace the old? How should Jews regard their crucified Messiah? Discover answers to these and other important questions by studying the background, context, and content of the epistle to the Hebrews while focusing on key interpretive issues and theological contributions found in this book. The goal of the course is to strengthen students’ confidence in the superiority of Jesus and the new covenant, and to equip them to encourage each other daily as the text exhorts.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 510 - The Epistle to the Hebrews Syllabus
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INT 511 - The Christian and New Testament Theology

Description:

Scott J. Hafemann, Th.D.


Study the discipline and task of New Testament Theology by confronting the issues of biblical theology within Old and New Testament contexts. Lectures address the origin and nature of sin and the Fall, God’s sovereignty and human freedom, the law/gospel contrast, the need for and contours of the New Covenant, and the significance of Christ within the history of Israel.


[2 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]



 

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 2
Frequency: Any Semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 511 - The Christian and New Testament Theology Syllabus
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INT 512 - Basics of Biblical Greek

Description:

William D. Mounce, Ph.D.


Understanding and applying Scripture requires many tools. Biblical Greek is vital for anyone who desires to dig deep into the biblical text, teach it and apply it to the life of the Church. This course introduces the basic grammar, syntax and vocabulary of biblical Greek, preparing the learner to translate, interpret and apply Scripture. Dr. Mounce treats the language primarily as a tool for ministry and skillfully minimizes memory work by emphasizing how the language works. Students begin working with the biblical text immediately and find numerous illustrations of the benefits of Greek that will motivate them for this study and for a lifetime of insight.


[3 hours. Instructor: J. DelHousaye. Frequency: Any semester. General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C. Prerequisite: None.]

Instructor: John C. DelHousaye, Ph.D.
Hours: 3
Frequency: Any semester
Prerequisite(s): None
Required For: General elective for all programs except M.A.P.C.
Syllabus: INT 512 - Basics of Biblical Greek Syllabus
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