Students

Students take classes for Graduate level credit toward a Masters of Divinity or a Master of Arts in Christian Leadership

Full Time Students can complete an MDiv 72 hour degree in 3 years.
Full Time Students can complete an MACL 36 hour degree in under 2 years.
Part Time Students can take classes at their convenience.

Fall 2019 Classes

Classes begin Tuesday, August 27.

Woodway Campus:

Nancy Pearcey – APOL 5381 Moral Apologetics

Tuesdays 6:30-9PM • Beginning August 27

This course takes on the headline issues of our day: abortion, assisted suicide, homosexuality, transgenderism, and more. Typically we treat these issues separately, but we will be much more effective if we realize they all rest on a radically dehumanizing secular worldview that denigrates the body and demeans the person. Students will learn how to beyond an incomplete, negative message – “It’s wrong, it’s a sin, don’t do it” – to craft a positive message that enables us to reach out effectively to our non-Christian friends and family members.

Nancy Pearcey is a Professor of Apologetics and a Scholar-in-Residence at Houston Baptist University. Hailed in The Economist as “America’s pre-eminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual,” Pearcey is the author of many widely-read books, including the recent Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality and Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism & Other God Substitutes.

This class will be held at the Woodway Campus in The Studio in the Atrium of the E Building.

Craig Evans & Adam Harger – CHRI 5360 Old Testament Theology

Thursdays 6:30-9PM • Beginning August 29

This course concentrates on the theological message of the Old Testament as communicated by a wide variety Old Testament texts. Students will (1) appreciate the importance and lasting relevance of the Old Testament, (2) identify the key issues and challenges regarding the creation of a “Theology of the Old Testament”, (3) trace key theological themes which develop across the Old Testament, and (4) be able to articulate the significance of a robust Old Testament theology for the understanding of the New Testament.

Dr. Evans is an internationally recognized scholar whose primary teaching focus is New Testament and background to the New Testament. Dr. Adam Harger is an Old Testament scholar whose primary focus is the theology of the Old Testament and the methods of studying it.

This class will be held at the Woodway Campus in The Studio in the Atrium of the E Building.

 

West Campus:

Craig Evans & Adam Harger – CHRI 5360 Old Testament Theology

Tuesdays 6:30-9PM • Beginning August 27

This course concentrates on the theological message of the Old Testament as communicated by a wide variety Old Testament texts. Students will (1) appreciate the importance and lasting relevance of the Old Testament, (2) identify the key issues and challenges regarding the creation of a “Theology of the Old Testament”, (3) trace key theological themes which develop across the Old Testament, and (4) be able to articulate the significance of a robust Old Testament theology for the understanding of the New Testament.

Dr. Evans is an internationally recognized scholar whose primary teaching focus is New Testament and background to the New Testament. Dr. Adam Harger is an Old Testament scholar whose primary focus is the theology of the Old Testament and the methods of studying it.

This class will be held at the West Campus .

How to Sign Up

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