TH 211 Baptist Doctrine (Fall 2014)
This is a theological-historical survey of Baptist teachings as found in historical Baptist confessions of faith and doctrinal statements. The course is designed to introduce undergraduate students to historical Baptist teachings.

TH 411 Christian Doctrine I (Every Fall)
An introductory study of Christian theology covering introduction to theology, revelation and Scripture, the existence, attributes, and triune nature of God, the creative and providential work of God, the nature of angels, and the origin and fall of humanity.

TH 412 Christian Doctrine II (Every Spring)
An introductory study of Christian theology covering the person and work of Christ, the ministry of the Holy Spirit, the application of salvation, the biblical foundations of church life, and the end of all things.

TH 415 Christian Devotional Literature (Fall 2014)
This is a reading course in Christian devotional literature, designed to stimulate spiritual growth in seminarians by means of first-hand acquaintance with selected portions of great Christian literature. Note: This course must be approved on an individual basis.

TH 421 Studies in Theology (As Needed)
This course consists of in-depth examination of a theological subject or subjects. Possible areas of study may include topics in systematic or biblical theology or the theological emphases of a particular writer or writers. Note: The course may be repeated when a different subject matter is studied. Prerequisite: TH 411 or TH 412.

TH 511 Systematic Theology I (Every Fall)
An orderly study of Christian doctrines covering introduction to theology, revelation and Scripture, the existence, attributes, and triune nature of God, the creative and providential work of God, the nature of angels, and the origin and fall of humanity.

TH 512 Systematic Theology II (Every Spring)
An orderly study of Christian doctrines covering the person and work of Christ, the ministry of the Holy Spirit, the application of salvation, the biblical foundations of church life, and the end of all things.

TH 515 Christian Devotional Literature (Fall 2014)
This is a reading course in Christian devotional literature, designed to stimulate spiritual growth and understanding in seminarians by means of first-hand acquaintance with selected portions of great Christian literature. Note: This course must be approved on an individual basis.

TH 621 Selected Topics in Theology (As Needed)
Specialized and advanced studies are made in various topics of systematic and/or biblical theology. The distinctive theological emphases of a particular writer or of a certain book of the Bible may be studied. Note: The course may be repeated when different subject matter is studied.

TH 632 Master’s Research Thesis (As Needed)
Students may enroll in this course for six to twelve hours of credit. The course consists of a research project or thesis with individualized and specialized assignments. Faculty members will approve, supervise and evaluate the project.