Spring 2018 Class Schedule

Classes begin Jan. 2nd!

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Time

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

8:30-11:00 AM

HT 310 Preaching/Teaching Biblical Ethics

(Fulfillment of Undergraduate Ethics)

Dr. Anthony Parrish

 

Biblical Prayer

(Elective)

Dr. Patricia Tyous

MI 410/510

Evangelism

(Required)

Prof. Robin Williams

HT 710

Ministerial Ethics: Moral Formation for Church Leaders

(Req. Graduate)

Dr. Donna Rhaney

 

PM 200/505 

Intro to Biblical Counseling

(Required)

Dr. Donna Rhaney

11:30AM-2:00 PM

BI 314 

Ephesians and Titus

Elective

Dr. David Russell

 

EN 400

Research Methods

(Req. Undergraduate)

Prof. Thomas Neff

 

BI 300/502

New Testament Survey

(Req. Undergraduate)

Dr. Richard Barnett

PM 101/511

Stewardship

(Req. Undergraduate)

Dr. Richard Barnett

ED 505

Curriculum Development

(Req. Graduate)

Dr. Jonathan Henry

2:00PM-4:30 PM

BI 235-236

Minor Prophets

(Elective)

Dr. LaZalia Richardson

 

PM 400 Spiritual Gifts and Temperaments

(Req. Undergraduate)

Tim Adams, CP

4:30PM-7:00 PM

TH 306

The Study of God

Prof. James Flickinger 

 

PM 350

Conflict Resolution

(Req. Graduate)

Dr. Carl Bentley

7:00PM-9:30 PM

TH 102/502

Theology II

(Req. Undergraduate)

Dr. Steven Tate

 

BI 401 Hermeneutics

(Req. Undergraduate)

Dr. Craig Beasley

View Extension Campus Classes

Alexandria:

Mt. Jezreel Baptist Church

Ashland:

First Baptist Church Ashland

Madison:

Elk Run Baptist Church

Richmond:

120 Wyck St.     Suite 147   

Richmond, VA 23225 

TBD

New Testament Survey

(Req. Undergraduate)

Rev. Johnny Hicks

Monday 7:00PM-9:30PM

Old Testament Survey

(Req. Undergraduate)

Prof. Maurice Evans

Tuesday 7:00PM-9:30PM

Ministerial Leadership

(Req. Graduate)

Dr. Gail Williams

Tuesday 9:00AM-11:30AM

Personal Spiritual Development

(Req. Graduate)

Dr. Halliard Brown

Thursday 7:00PM-9:30PM

Ministerial Ethics: Moral Formation for Church Leaders

(Req. Graduate)

Dr. Robert Williams

 

Tuesday

7:00PM-9:30PM

 

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Faculty-Directed Studies are a type of hybrid course; mostly correspondence based with a professor. These studies include one-on-one learning, and often are based online.

The schedule is subject to change.  Return to this page for updates.