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Lecture Schedule

6-11 February, 2023

Old Testament I
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Kevin Gabriel

A survey of the first half of the Old Testament (Genesis - 2 Kings), including relevant introductory matters, a survey of each book, major themes and interpretive questions, and application to life and ministry.

12-17 June 2023

Systematic Theology I
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Stephen Wellum

A careful and systematic study of Christian doctrines, covering the person and work of Christ, the application of Christ’s work to us in salvation, the church, and last things.

25-30 September 2023

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Bruce Ware

The course will introduce the student to various ways great Christian thinkers have presented and defended the faith against the challenges of their day. Some of the topics include biblical inspiration & inerrancy, the formation of the canon, and the Bible’s amazingly faithful manuscript transmission. The course will introduce powerful reasons belief in God is supremely rational, and how atheistic challenges from evil, religious diversity and philosophical rejections of the supernatural can be defeated. Special attention will be given to the extraordinary historical evidence for the central event of Christianity, the resurrection of Jesus. Ultimately, the objective of the course is for the student to utilize Christian apologetics in personal witness for Jesus Christ.

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