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  • Ancient & Medieval Church History
  • Apologetics & Outreach
  • Biblical Theology
  • Calvin's Institutes
  • Christ-Centered Preaching
  • Christian Ethics
  • Christian Worship
  • Francis A. Schaeffer Early Years
  • Francis A. Schaeffer Later Years
  • God & His Word
  • God's World Mission
  • Hebrews to Revelation
  • Humanity, Christ & Redemption
  • Life & Letters of Paul
  • Life & Teachings of Jesus
  • New Testament History and Theology
  • Old Testament History
  • Psalms & Wisdom Books
  • Reformation & Modern Church History
  • Spirit, Church, & Last Things
  • Youth Ministry
  • Covenant Worldwide is a ministry of Covenant Theological Seminary. Covenant Worldwide's mission is to provide ready access to grace-centered, high-quality theological training by minimizing the barriers of distance, cost, and language. This mission recognizes our part in stewarding the resources of theological education to the Church, which is growing most rapidly in areas of the world where ministry training is often least available.


    Ancient & Medieval Church History
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    A study of Christianity from the Early Church to the dawn of the Reformation.

    Lectures by Dr. David Calhoun


    Study of Church History
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    Growth of Christian Church
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    The Persecutions
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    The Apologists
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    Orthodoxy & Heresy
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    Canon, Creed & Bishops
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    Early Church Fathers
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    People of Early Church
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    The Church in 4th Century
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    Beginnings of Monasticism
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    Donatism
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    Council of Nicea
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    Cappadocians & Constantinople
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    Ambrose, Jerome & Chrysostom
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    Augustine's Confessions
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    Augustine & Pelagian Controversy
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    Augustine's Theology of History
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    Council of Chalcedon
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    Early Middle Ages
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    Medieval Missions
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    Christianization of Great Britain
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    Learning & Theology
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    Eastern Orthodoxy
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    Late Middle Ages
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    Medieval Monasticism
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    Crusades or Missions?
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    Waldensians
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    Scholastic Theology
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    Thomas Aquinas
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    Sacramental System
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    Church & State
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    Wycliffe & Hus
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    Reform in Italy
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    Mysticism & the Modern Devotion
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    Waning Middle Ages
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    Apologetics & Outreach
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    An analysis of the philosophical, religious, and scientific beliefs and ideas that have shaped different cultures and are now reshaping our multicultural and pluralistic society.

    Lectures by Professor Jerram Barrs


    Course Introduction
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    Postmodernism & Style
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    Postmodernism & Language
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    Postmodernism & Epistemology
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    Postmodernism & Authority
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    Postmodernism & Morality
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    Postmodernism & Truth
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    Postmodernism & Community
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    Postmodernism & Culture Wars
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    Postmodernism & Friendship
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    Postmodernism & Evangelism
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    Postmodernism & Missions
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    The Great Commission
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    Missions & Reluctance
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    Missions & Conversion
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    Mission Barriers
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    Missions & Identity
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    Apologetics & Respect
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    Apologetics & Building Bridges
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    Apologetics & Understanding
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    Apologetics & Communication
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    Apologetics & Reason
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    Apologetics & Challenge
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    Deism
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    Idolatry
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    New Age Spirituality
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    Biblical Theology
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    An overview of the covenantal structure of the whole of biblical revelation, centering on the concepts of kingdom, covenant, and mediator, and how these themes unify the Scriptures.

    Lectures by Dr. Gerard Van Groningen


    Biblical Theology, I
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    Biblical Theology, II
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    Creation & Covenant
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    Fall, Judgment & Covenant
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    Patriarchs, I
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    Patriarchs, II
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    Moses & Exodus
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    Moses, Sinai & Covenant
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    Moses in the Desert
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    Moses in the Land
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    Living in Covenant: Joshua-Judges
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    Living in Covenant: Ruth-1 Samuel
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    Covenant with David
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    Davidic House
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    Prophets
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    8th Century Prophets to Judah
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    Role of Jeremiah
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    Exilic Prophets: Ezekiel, Daniel
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    Post-Exilic Era, I
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    Post-Exilic Era, II
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    First Three Gospels, I
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    First Three Gospels, II
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    Gospel of John
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    Book of Acts
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    Epistles of Paul
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    James, Peter, Jude & John
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    Calvin's Institutes
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    Reading and analysis of the Institutes of the Christian Religion, emphasizing Calvin's method, material arrangement, and biblical-theological content.

    Lectures by Dr. David Calhoun


    Calvin's Prayers
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    Introducing the Institutes
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    Structure & Organization of Calvin's Institutes, I
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    Structure II; The Knowledge of God, I
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    The Knowledge of God, II
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    Doctrine of God
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    Doctrine of Creation
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    Doctrine of Providence
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    Sin
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    Gospel & Law
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    Old & New Testaments (The Covenant)
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    Person of Christ, I
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    Person of Christ, II
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    The Holy Spirit & Faith
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    Repentance
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    The Christian Life
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    Justification & Christian Freedom
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    Prayer
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    Predestination, I
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    Predestination, II
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    Predestination, III; Resurrection
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    The Church, I
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    The Church, II
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    The Church, III
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    The Sacraments (Baptism, Lord's Supper)
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    Civil Government
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    Christ-Centered Preaching
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    The course explores the unifying principle of grace that binds all Scripture together. He outlines and demonstrates the principles and practice of sermon crafting and delivery to illuminate the message of grace in each passage, and to submit it to God's Spirit for the transformation of lives through preaching.

    Lectures by Dr. Bryan Chapell and Dr. Zack Eswine


    Word & Witness
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    What's the Big Idea?
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    Text Selection & Interpretation
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    The Road from Text to Sermon
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    Outlining & Arrangement
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    Propositions & Main Points
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    Workshop on Homiletical Outlines
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    Introductions
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    Exposition
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    Workshop on Sermon Introductions
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    Sermon Divisions & Development
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    Conclusions
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    Classification of Messages
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    Explanation
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    Why to Illustrate
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    How to Illustrate
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    How to Illustrate (continued)
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    Application
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    Application (continued)
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    Transitions & Dialogical Method
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    Methods of Sermon Presentation
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    Voice & Gesture
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    Dress & Style
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    Old Friends in New Clothes
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    Word & Spirit
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    A Redemptive Approach to Preaching
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    Developing Redemptive Messages
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    Hearing the Application of Redemptive Principles
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    Redemptive Interpretation and Biblical Genre
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    Christian Ethics
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    Explores the structure and content of Christian ethics and the goal, motive, and norm of the Christian life; offers an analysis of ethical issues related to authority, life, sexuality, property, and truthfulness.

    Lectures by Dr. David Jones


    Subject Matter of Ethics
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    Goal of Human Life
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    Disposition of Grace, I
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    Disposition of Grace, II
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    Disposition of Grace, III
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    Direction of Christian Life, I
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    Direction of Christian Life, II
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    Primary Forms of Love
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    Universal Forms of Love, I
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    Universal Forms of Love, II
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    Universal Forms of Love, III
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    Universal Forms of Love, IV
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    Resolving Moral Conflicts, I
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    Resolving Moral Conflicts, II
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    Relativism & Moral Law
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    First Principles
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    Marriage & Family
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    Divorce & Remarriage
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    The State in God's Design
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    Death Penalty & Just War
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    Respect for Human Life, I
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    Respect for Human Life, II
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    Respect for Human Life, III
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    Homosexuality
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    Christian Worship
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    This course is designed to motivate and equip pastors and worship leaders to develop worship ministries in local churches that are biblically based, bring glory to God, are full of both reverence and joy, are a delight and pleasure to God and His people, and are vital parts of an overall approach to ministry and church growth.

    Lectures by Dr. Mark Dalbey


    The Kind of Worshippers the Father Seeks
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    Relationships Among Worship Leaders: Unity & Praise
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    Biblical Overview of Worship (1): Pre-Moses
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    Biblical Overview (2): Moses
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    Biblical Overview (3): David and Solomon
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    Biblical Overview (4): Judah, Psalms, & Prophets
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    Biblical Overview (5): New Testament
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    Historical Overview of Worship (1): Pre-Reformation
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    Historical Overview (2): Reformation
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    Historical Overview (3): English Puritans, Scottish & American Presbyterians
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    The Regulative Principle of Worship
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    Gospel-Centered Worship
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    Worship Leadership & Participation (1)
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    Worship Leadership & Participation (2)
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    Planning a Worship Service
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    Worship & Music (1)
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    Worship & Music (2)
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    Contemporary Issues: Dance, Drama, PowerPoint, & Body Posture, Plus: Unified or Diverse Liturgies?
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    The Sacraments, Weddings and Funerals, & Finding Resources
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    Francis A. Schaeffer Early Years
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    Identification of the biblical emphasis in the thought and life of Francis and Edith Schaeffer, with a focus on the development of their early ministry in the United States and Europe and the founding of L'Abri. The course considers issues related to spiritual growth, the Christian family, the unity of the church, Christians and the arts, and various aspects of Christian ministry.

    Lectures by Professor Jerram Barrs


    Biographical Introduction
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    Biographical Introduction (continued)
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    Marriage & Seminary Life
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    First Pastorate
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    St. Louis & Children of Christ
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    Lessons from St. Louis
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    Speaking the Truth in Love
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    Europe: Summer 1947
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    Europe: Summer 1947 (continued)
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    Move to Europe
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    Review of a Review
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    Review of a Review (continued)
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    Modernism & Ecumenicism
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    Modernism & Unity
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    New Modernism & the Bible
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    Christian & Modern Art
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    Christian & Modern Art (continued)
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    The Secret of Power
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    Spiritual Crisis
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    Preparation for Work of L'Abri
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    L'Abri is Born
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    Structure of Work of L'Abri
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    Ministry of L'Abri
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    Francis A. Schaeffer Later Years
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    Continuation of material in Francis Schaeffer: The Early Years. An examination of the biblical emphasis in the thought and life of Francis and Edith Schaeffer, with focus on the developments in Schaeffer's theological, cultural, and social concerns from the time of L'Abri's founding until his death in 1984.

    Lectures by Professor Jerram Barrs


    Beginnings of L'Abri, I
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    Beginnings of L'Abri, II
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    Life at L'Abri
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    Question and Answer Session
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    Ministry God Gave to Schaeffers
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    Basic Bible Study Themes, I
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    Basic Bible Study Themes, II
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    Basic Bible Study Themes, III
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    Basic Bible Study Themes, IV
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    Question and Answer Session
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    Basic Bible Study Themes, V
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    Line of Despair, I
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    Line of Despair, II
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    Upper and Lower Story, I
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    Upper and Lower Story, II
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    Infiltration of Evangelicalism, I
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    Infiltration of Evangelicalism, II
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    Infiltration of Evangelicalism, III
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    Infiltration of Evangelicalism, IV
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    Question and Answer Session
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    The Modern Split of Knowledge
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    Modern Split and Church Leadership
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    Living Before God in All Life
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    Criticisms of Schaeffer
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    In Defense of Schaeffer
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    God & His Word
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    Study of the doctrine of Scripture, including inspiration, inerrancy, and the principles of biblical interpretation, as well as the person, works, and attributes of God and His relation to the created order.

    Lectures by Dr. Michael Williams


    What is Theology?
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    What is Theology? (continued)
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    What is Revelation?
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    What is Revelation? (continued)
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    Doctrine of Scripture
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    Doctrine of Scripture (continued)
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    Biblical Storyline
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    Biblical Storyline (continued)
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    Interpretation
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    Interpretation (continued)
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    Doctrine of God
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    Doctrine of God; Classical Theism
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    Classical Theism & Aquinas
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    Essence & Attributes
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    Names, Roles & Historical Acts
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    Divine Attributes
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    The Trinity
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    The Trinity (continued)
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    Trinity & OT; Trinity & NT
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    Trinity & NT; Creation
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    Creation & Providence
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    Providence
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    Angels
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    God & Gender Language
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    God's World Mission
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    SThis course offers a biblical, theological, and historical consideration of God's redemption of His world.

    Lectures by Dr. Nelson Jennings


    Introduction & Approach
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    Global Christianity; "Missions" & "Missionaries"
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    Motives; Receiving Side; Covenant Theology
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    History; Translation; Matthew 28; Culture
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    Lingual-Cultural Contexts; "American" Culture
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    Cultures; "Other" Religions; Early Church
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    Early Church; Europe; Asia
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    Asia; Africa; Money
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    Worship; Contextualization
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    Contextualization; End of Christendom
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    Modern Missions; Latin America
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    Modern Missions; Strategies; Technology
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    Money; Technology; the Unreached
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    Social Issues; Ecclesiology
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    Urban Mission
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    Gospel; Acts 1:8
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    Integration; Leading; Consolidating; Prayer
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    Hebrews to Revelation
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    A study of the general letters and Revelation, with an emphasis on application to contemporary concerns.

    Lectures by Dr. Daniel Doriani


    Introduction
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    Setting of Early Christianity
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    Hebrews: Introduction
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    Hebrews 1: Jesus, Prophets & Angels
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    Hebrews 2: Jesus Our Empathetic Hero
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    Hebrews 3-4: Jesus Our Faithful High Priest
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    Hebrews 5-6: Apostasy & Perseverance
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    Hebrews 7-10: The Priesthood of Christ
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    Hebrews 10-13: The Life of Faith
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    Hebrews Conclusion; James: Introduction
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    James 1: The Trials of Life
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    James 2: Good Works Demonstrate True Religion
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    James 2-5: Justification in James
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    James 3-5: Rhetorical Analysis & Structure
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    Course Review & Overview
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    1 Peter: Introduction & Holiness
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    I Peter: Corporate Holiness & Persecution
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    Jude
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    I Peter: Spiritual Gifts
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    I, II, III John: Introduction
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    Revelation: Introduction
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    Revelation: Introduction (continued)
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    Speaking with Mormons & Jehovah's Witnesses
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    Revelation 1-3: Prologue, Letters to 7 Churches
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    Revelation 4-7: Worship, Scrolls & Seals
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    Revelation 8-11: Trumpet Warnings
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    Revelation 12: Vision of Woman, Child & Dragon
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    Revelation 12-16: The Unholy Trinity
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    Revelation 15-19: Bowls of Wrath, Babylon
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    Revelation 19-22: The Millenium & New Jerusalem
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    Pastoral Epistles: Introduction
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    Pastoral Epistles: Context, Heart of Paul's Message; Introduction to 1 Timothy 2
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    I Timothy 2: Proper Role Relationships within the Church (continued)
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    I Timothy 3: The Character of Elders & Deacons
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    I Timothy 4: The Use of Material Things
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    II Timothy 1-2 Survey
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    Humanity, Christ & Redemption
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    A study of the doctrine of man (including the image of God in man), the doctrine of sin and the effects of the fall, the plan of salvation, the person of Christ and His saving work. The course concludes with a study of the application of salvation.

    Lectures by Dr. Robert Peterson


    Humanity: Origin, I
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    Humanity: Origin, II & Image of God, I
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    Humanity: Image of God, II
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    Humanity: Image of God, III
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    Humanity: Image of God, IV
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    Humanity: Image of God, V; Constitutional Nature
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    Humanity: Constitutional Nature, II
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    Humanity: Constitutional Nature, III; Sin
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    Sin, I
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    Sin, II
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    Sin, III
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    Sin, IV
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    Sin, V
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    Christ: Psalm 110, Christological Heresies
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, I
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, II
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, III
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, IV
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, V
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, VI
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    Christ: Systematic Summary of Christology, VII
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    Saving Work of Christ, I
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    Saving Work of Christ, II
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    Saving Work of Christ, III
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    Discussion: John Stott's "Cross of Christ"
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    Saving Work of Christ, IV
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    Saving Work of Christ, V
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    Salvation: Calling, I
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    Salvation: Calling, II
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    Salvation: Regeneration
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    Salvation: Regeneration, Faith
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    Salvation: Faith
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    Salvation: Justification
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    Salvation: Union with Christ, Adoption
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    Salvation: Adoption, Sanctification
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    Salvation: Sanctification
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    Salvation: Preservation, Perseverance
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    Salvation: Assurance, Apostasy
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    Life & Letters of Paul
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    A study of the purpose, theology, and chronology of Acts and the missionary strategy of the apostle Paul, as well as a look at the major Pauline epistles. The course also introduces students to key aspects of Pauline theology.

    Lectures by Dr. Hans Bayer


    OT Background
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    Book of Acts
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    Acts: Theology & Thought Flow
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    Acts 1: Exegesis
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    Outpouring of Holy Spirit
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    Acts 8 & 19: Challenge
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    Acts: Overview of Speeches
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    Acts: First Major Speeches
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    Acts 2:36 & Christology
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    Acts 2:42-47 & Ecclesiology
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    Acts 10-17: Thought Flow
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    Acts 17:22-31: Exegesis
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    Galatians: Context
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    Galatians & Law(s)
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    Galatians: Indicative/Imperative
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    Pauline Chronology
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    I, II Thessalonians
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    Philemon
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    Corinthians: Context
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    I Corinthians
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    II Corinthians
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    Romans: Context
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    Romans: Thought Flow
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    Romans: Themes
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    Ephesians: Context
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    Ephesians: Thought Flow
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    Philippians: Context & Outline
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    Philippians: Outline & Thought Flow
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    Philippians: Thought Flow
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    Colossians: Background
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    Colossians: Occasion & Outline
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    Colossians: Thought Flow
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    Paul: Biography, Conversion
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    Paul: Changed Anthropology
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    Faith, Torah, Relationships
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    Life & Teachings of Jesus
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    A study of the life and teachings of Jesus, with a special emphasis on the work of salvation that He accomplished. The class examines the historical setting of Jesus' ministry and the special emphasis of each Gospel.

    Lectures by Dr. Daniel Doriani


    The Story; Historicity of the Gospels
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    Reliability of the Gospels; Palestine
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    Traits of Matthew
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    Themes in Matthew
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    The Temptation
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    Kingdom Ethics & Sermon on Mount
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    Sermon on Mount, I
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    Sermon on Mount, II
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    Sermon on Mount, III
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    Jesus' Miracles
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    Preaching & Teaching the Miracles, I
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    Preaching & Teaching the Miracles, II
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    Kingdom Proclamation & Response
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    Conflict with the Jews
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    Parables, I
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    Parables, II
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    Parables of Luke 11-12; Prayer
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    Parables, III
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    Preaching or Teaching Parables
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    Transition to Training of Disciples
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    Community Life
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    Matthew 19-20: Commitment to Kingdom
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    Deity of Christ in Synoptic Gospels
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    Final Week: Jerusalem & Temple
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    Final Week
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    Final Teachings: Matthew 24-25
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    Jesus' Prophecy in Matthew 24
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    Gethsemane; Arrest & Trial of Jesus
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    Crucifixion & Death of Jesus
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    Resurrection & Its Meaning
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    Introduction to Mark
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    Theology of Mark
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    Themes in Luke, I
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    Themes in Luke, II
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    Themes in Luke, III
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    Introduction to John
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    Gospel of John, I
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    Gospel of John, II
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    New Testament History and Theology
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    Survey of the cultural context and major themes of New Testament teaching, with particular focus on the death and resurrection of Christ and its implications for the believer's faith and life.

    Lectures by Dr. David Chapman


    Introduction
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    The Interpretive Process: How do we Know that we Know?
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    The Interpretive Process, Continued
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    History and Methodology of New Testament Theology
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    History and Methodology, Continued
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    Orthodoxy and Heresy: Canon and New Testament Theology
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    Canon, Continued
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    Anno Domini: The First Century and the Context(s) of the New Testament
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    First Century, Continued
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    First Century, Continued
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    The Accursed Cross: Crucifixion in the First Century
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    Crucifixion, Continued
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    Old Testament, Redemptive History, and the Death of the Messiah
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    Old Testament and Redemptive History, Continued
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    "Behold the Man": Contemporary Historical Jesus Research; "Crucify Him!":
    The Historical Accuracy of the Trial of Jesus
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    "This is My Body": Jesus' Self-Understanding and His Death
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    The Resurrection of Christ and the History of Redemption
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    Gospels, Continued
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    Emphases in the Gospels: Why do We Have Four?
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    The Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God: Theological Themes in Mark
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    "All that Jesus Began to do and Teach": Theological Themes in Luke-Acts
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    Luke-Acts, Continued
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    "In Order that You May Believe": Johannine Theology
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    John, 1 John, and the Book of Revelation
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    "I am Not Ashamed of the Gospel": Paul and His Gospel; Toward a Theology:
    The Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus, the Christ
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    Old Testament History
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    Explore the historical books of the Old Testament -- Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings -- including a brief look at the Pentateuch. Students will gain valuable insight into how to study and learn from these books of the Old Testament.

    Lectures by Dr. V. Philips Long


    Introduction
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    Introduction (continued)
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    Why Study OT History? I
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    Why Study OT History? II
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    Interpreting Historical Books, I
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    Interpreting Historical Books, II
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    Interpreting Historical Books, III
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    Israel's Early History, I
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    Israel's Early History, II; Joshua
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    Joshua: God's Conquest, I
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    Joshua: God's Conquest, II
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    Joshua: God's Conquest, III
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    Judges: Israel's Compromise, I
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    Judges: Israel's Compromise, II
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    Holy War
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    The Emergence of Israel in Canaan
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    Rise & Fall of King Saul, I
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    Rise & Fall of King Saul, II
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    Rise & Fall of King Saul, III
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    Rise & Fall of King Saul, IV
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    Rise & Fall of King Saul, V
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    David's Rise, Saul's Demise, I
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    David's Rise, Saul's Demise, II
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    David's Rise, Saul's Demise, III
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    David's Rise, Saul's Demise, IV
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    David's Sin & Consequences
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    "Art of Biblical History," I
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    "Art of Biblical History," II
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    Solomon & His Wisdom, I
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    Solomon & His Wisdom, II
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    Solomon & His Wisdom, III
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    Solomon, IV; Divided Kingdom, I
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    Divided Kingdom, II
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    Elijah
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    Synoptic OT Histories, I
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    Synoptic OT Histories, II
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    Ezra - Nehemiah
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    Psalms & Wisdom Books
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    Explore the poetic and wisdom books of the Old Testament, including principles for interpreting these kinds of literature, with emphasis on application to contemporary concerns.

    Lectures by Dr. V. Philips Long


    Course Information & Syllabus
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    Introduction to Course
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    How to Read & Apply Biblical Poetry, I
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    How to Read & Apply Biblical Poetry, II
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    How to Read & Apply Biblical Poetry, III
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    How to Read & Apply Biblical Poetry, III (continued)
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    Psalms, I
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    Psalms, II
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    Psalms, III
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    Psalms, IV
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    Psalms, V
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    Psalms, VI
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    Psalms, VII
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    Psalms, VIII
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    Psalms, IX; Imprecatory Psalms
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    Wisdom in the OT and the ANE, I
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    Wisdom in the OT and the ANE, II
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    Proverbs, I
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    Proverbs, II
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    Proverbs, III
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    Proverbs, IV
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    Proverbs, V; Conclusion
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    Job, I
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    Job, II
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    Job, III
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    Job, IV
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    Job, V
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    Ecclesiastes, I
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    Ecclesiastes, II
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    Ecclesiastes, III
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    Song of Songs & Lamentations
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    Song of Songs
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    Lamentations
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    Reformation & Modern Church History
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    The study of Christianity from the Reformation to the present, with source material readings. In this course Dr. Calhoun helps the student understand the development of Christian thought and apply church history to contemporary ideas and issues. The course also includes a brief overview of historic revivals and world missions.

    Lectures by Dr. David Calhoun


    Introduction
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    Context of the Reformation
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    Erasmus & the Humanists
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    Life of Martin Luther
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    Luther's "Theology of the Cross"
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    Life & Theology of Ulrich Zwingli
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    Radical of the Reformation
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    Life of John Calvin
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    Theology of Calvin
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    English Reformation
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    John Knox & the Scottish Reformation
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    Catholic Reformation
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    Results of the Protestant Reformation
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    Anglicans
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    Puritans
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    Scottish Presbyterians
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    The Church in the Netherlands
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    The Westminster Assembly
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    Calvinism in the New World
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    Protestant Orthodoxy
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    Brother Lawrence & Blaise Pascal
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    Enlightenment & Romanticism
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    Pietism & Bach
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    Evangelical Revival in Great Britain
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    Great Awakening in America
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    Life & Theology of Jonathan Edwards
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    Second Great Awakening in America
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    Missions in "the Great Century"
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    The Black Church in America
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    Calvinism in Nineteenth-Century America
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    Nineteenth-Century England
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    Nineteenth-Century Scotland
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    Nineteenth-Century Europe
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    Expansion of Calvinism
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    Christianity & Liberalism
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    Roman Catholic Church in the Modern World
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    Eastern Orthodoxy
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    Spirit, Church, & Last Things
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    Biblical teaching on the person and ministries of God, the Holy Spirit, the nature and purpose of the Church, the return of Christ, and the eternal state. The class also includes material on the doctrine of election and the sacraments (baptism and the Lord's Supper).

    Lectures by Dr. Robert Peterson


    Person of the Holy Spirit, I
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    Person of the Holy Spirit, II
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    Person of the Holy Spirit, III
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    The Fruit of the Spirit
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    Gifts of the Holy Spirit
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    Romans 8:28-30: Called
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    Ephesians 1:3-14: Chosen, I
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    Ephesians 1:3-14: Chosen, II
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    Discussion: Berkhof's "Systematic Theology"
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    Romans 9-11: Election in Salvation History, I
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    Romans 9-11: Election in Salvation History, II
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    Discussion: R.C. Sproul's "Chosen by God"
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    Systematic Summary of Election, I
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    Systematic Summary of Election, II
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    Doctrine of the Church: Nature of the Church
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    Doctrine of the Church: Historical Theology
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    Doctrine of the Church: Marks
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    Doctrine of the Church: Attributes, I
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    Doctrine of the Church: Attributes, II
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    Doctrine of the Church: Service
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    Discussion: Edmund Clowney's "The Church"
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    Doctrine of the Church: Gov't. & Presbyterianism
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    Doctrine of the Church: Offices
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    Discussion: Berkhof's "Systematic Thelogy"
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    Means of Grace: Word & Sacraments, I
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    Means of Grace: Word & Sacraments, II
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    Means of Grace: Historical Views of Baptism
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    Means of Grace: Baptism
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    Means of Grace: Lord's Supper
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    Means of Grace: Prayer
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    Last Things: "Already" & "Not Yet"
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    Last Things: Second Coming
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    Last Things: Signs of the Times
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    Last Things: the Millenium
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    Last Things: Dispensationalism & the Rapture
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    Discussion: Hoekema's "The Bible & the Future"
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    Last Things: The Resurrection Body
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    The Eternal State
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    Youth Ministry
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    This course offers a theological and practical approach to youth ministry in the church, including the place of youth ministry in the church's philosophy of ministry and principles for overseeing a youth ministry program.

    Lectures by Professor Mark Davis


    Introduction
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    The Growing Up of Youth Ministry
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    Because Youth Ministry is a Calling
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    The Cost of the Calling; Identity
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    Restoring My Identity
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    Understanding Youth Culture
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    Developing a Vision Statement, I
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    Developing a Vision Statement, II
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    Building a Ministry Team (Have a Plan)
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    Building a Ministry Team (Build Relationships)
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    Building a Ministry Team (Job Descriptions), I
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    Building a Ministry Team (Job Descriptions), II
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    Reaching the Harassed & Helpless, I
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    Reaching the Harassed & Helpless, II
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    Relational Youth Ministry
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    Profile of a Relational Youth Minister
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    Profile of a Relational Youth Minister (Listening)
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    Relational Youth Ministry (Listening Skills)
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    Target Groups; Vision with Purpose
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    Programs with Vision (Planning)
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    Administration of the Ministry, I
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    Administration, II; Frontline (Kids of Rockdale), I
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    Frontline (Kids of Rockdale), II; Discussion
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