All Courses

  • Library

    The Library Learning Resource Center provides access to Grace School of Theology Online Library and the Writing Resource Center.

  • TH-412 S: Doctrina 2 – El Hombre, Pecado y Seres Espirituales

    El estudio de los seres angelicales, tanto buenos como caídos, su existencia, naturaleza y actividades, así como el estudio de la creación del hombre, la naturaleza y la caída en el pecado serán estudiados a la luz de las Escrituras.

  • TH-420 S: Doctrina 4 - La Iglesia y Los Ultimos Acontecimientos

    Estudio de las doctrinas bíblicas de la Iglesia (Eclesiología) y las profecías para los últimos tiempos (Escatología). Se examina la naturaleza de la Iglesia, su inicio en el programa de Dios, desarrollo histórico, gobierno, membresía y ordenanzas. En el área de Escatología se revisan las profecías para los últimos tiempos desde la perspectiva de varias posiciones teológicas.

  • MS-756: Expository Preaching

    This course guides students to develop and deliver expository messages that present biblical truths in a way that changes peoples’ lives. This is a practical course that will help students prepare and present biblically accurate and culturally relevant sermons in creative ways. Students will preach twice and receive evaluations from fellow students and the professor.

  • NT-518: Exposition of Hebrews

    This course will include both exegetical exposition and theological reflection to arrive at a ministry paradigm to meet the demands of the pastor and the needs of God's people. Special attention will be given to the hermeneutical issue regarding the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament and how the theology from the Old Testament is implied and applied in the New Testament.

  • TH-560: Hermeneutics

    A directed study of the principles of the literal-grammatical-historical (L-G-H) system of biblical interpretation, with guided practice in using those principles in interpreting representative passages.

  • TH-565: Bibliology and Theology Proper

    An in-depth study of Prolegomena, Bibliology- doctrines of revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, illumination, and theological hermeneutics will be conducted. The study of Theology Proper- the existence and attributes of the one God, the Triune Godhead, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in Scripture and in Christian history, and the ramifications of Trinitarian belief today will be addressed in detail.

  • MS-762: Eternal Rewards

    A study of the Judgment Seat of Christ, designed to help the student develop an eternal perspective toward all of his/her life’s relationships, attitudes, and activities, and to provide a tool for teaching others about rewards and shame at the appearing of Christ.

  • CO-767: Counseling Women

    This course examines the most common problems women bring to counseling, including developmental and situational crises. It explores biblical perspectives and an awareness of the needs of women through awareness for these situations.

  • TH-780: Advanced Theological Methods (ThM only)

    This course explores the formation and implementation of theological processes from the exegesis of biblical texts in hermeneutical methods to the contextualization of their theological message within a cohesive systematic theology. Prolegomena will be emphasized, exposing philosophical presuppositions regarding the various views on Scriptural authority and revelation, together with competing hermeneutical approaches influencing exegesis of Scripture. Historical criticism and biblical criticism will be examined within discourse theories. The interrelationships between Biblical Theology, Historical Theology, and Systematic Theology are explored to develop practical and coherent theological methods for the modern Church as it relates to Scripture, Christ, and culture.

  • RS-210: Research Writing and Technology

    A course designed to teach the serious student of the Word proper research methodology, college level writing skills, and the effective use of technology for creating quality research papers and projects, following A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian (9th ed.). Methods for using technology to discover information appropriate to college-level research through the use of electronic databases, Internet resources, library collections, and information literacy are addressed.