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Spring 2017 Course Listings

Term 3: January 19th through March 19th

  • WST0120: New Testament Survey I
    Tuesday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered Online with David Phillips)
    Instructor: Nick Alley
    Course Description: This course is designed to be an overview of the books of the Old Testament. The course will include an introduction to the geography, history, and culture of the Old Testament; a study of principles for biblical interpretation; and a survey of the books of the Old Testament.
  • WST0130: Christian Doctrine
    Tuesday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered Online with Andrea Adams)
    Instructor: Amanda Cooley
    Course Description: This class is designed to introduce the student to the broad concepts of systematic theology. This will be accomplished through weekly required reading in the text book, and through weekly lectures designed to provide a summary of the general areas of systematic theology.
  • WST0250: Biblical Theology of Womanhood
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online with Savannah Bridges)
    Instructor: Carrie Gilliam
    Course Description: This course will examine biblical passages and concepts regarding God's unique and consistent plan for women. Biblical Theology of Womanhood is designed to highlight the patterns of biblical femininity and to provide resources for implementing the Scriptures into the lives of women of today.
  • WST0240: Preparing for Missions
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online)
    Instructor: Lesley Hildreth
    Course Description: This course is designed to offer women biblical and practical preparation for living and ministering on the mission field, with special attention to a specific region of the world.
  • WST0370: Introduction to Biblical Languages
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online)
    Instructor: Mason Bridges
    Course Description: This course is designed to provide an overview of language, concentrating on the biblical languages of Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic. The course will compare and contrast the biblical languages to English with a focus on understanding basic linguistic ideas such as grammar, syntax, style, genre, and others. The course will also address issues in translation and introduce students to tools for study in the original languages.
  • WST0270: Women in Evangelism
    Online
    Instructor: Andrea Adams
    Course Description: This course will prepare women to share their faith with other women. The apologetics part of the course is designed to assist women heading to the mission field by helping them learn how to evangelize people from other worldviews and religions. The majority of our time together in the apologetics portion will focus on covering apologetics in general.
  • WST0170: Preparation for Teaching and Public Speaking
    Online
    Instructor: Andrea Adams
    Course Description: This course will offer practical helps and personal experience for the woman interested in preparing for teaching and public speaking.  Classroom exercises will aid students in developing as communicators and increase their ability to minister.


Term 4: March 21st through May 10th

  • WST0122: New Testament Survey II
    Tuesday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online with David Phillips)
    Instructor: Nick Alley
    Course Description: This course is in continuation with New Testament Survey 1 and is an overview of the books of the New Testament. The course will include an introduction to the geography, history, and culture of the New Testament; a study of principles for biblical interpretation; and a survey of the books of the New Testament.
  • WST0140: Church History
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online)
    Instructor: Shane Shaddix
    Course Description: An introduction to key historical events and figures that shaped the belief and practice of Christianity throughout the centuries.
  • WST0112: Baptist History and Identity
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online)
    Instructor: Savannah Bridges
    Course Description: This course will provide a very basic orientation to key issues in Baptist History and Identity.
  • WST0330: Women Mentoring Women
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online)
    Instructor: Anna Daub
    Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with an overview of God's design and purpose for women to mentor women as demonstrated throughout Scripture. Both Old and New Testament teachings will form the basis for our study of the mentoring models. Application will be made to the church setting, as questions related to this unique role in relationships between women will be discussed.
  • WST0330: Introduction to Biblical Languages
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm (Also offered online)
    Instructor: Mason Bridges
    Course Description: This course is designed to provide an overview of language, concentrating on the biblical languages of Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic. The course will compare and contrast the biblical languages to English with a focus on understanding basic linguistic ideas such as grammar, syntax, style, genre, and others. The course will also address issues in translation and introduce students to tools for study in the original languages.
  • WST0160: Ministering to Women in the Local Church
    Online
    Instructor: Andrea Adams
    Course Description: This course will prepare women to share their faith with other women. The apologetics part of the course is designed to assist women heading to the mission field by helping them learn how to evangelize people from other worldviews and religions. The majority of our time together in the apologetics portion will focus on covering apologetics in general.
  • WST0250: Theology of Womanhood
    Thursday Evenings 7pm – 9pm
    Instructor: Carrie Gilliam
    Course Description: This course will examine biblical passages and concepts regarding God's unique and consistent plan for women. Biblical Theology of Womanhood is designed to highlight the patterns of biblical femininity and to provide resources for implementing the Scriptures into the lives of women of today.
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