Register for Summer 2018 Classes



2018 Summer Schedule
Master of Arts and Master of Divinity

Online registration opens April 1, 2018. Register at www.rts.edu
The drop deadline is Tuesday at 5:00 pm (Wednesday, August 8th, at 12:00 pm for NT502).

PT522 Communication II
Dr. Richard Belcher

June 4-8 | 2 Credit Hours
Monday 1-4:30 pm | Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 am-4:30 pm | Friday 9 am-12 pm

A continuation of Communication I. Short projects are assigned to develop writing and speaking precision. At least two full-length sermons are developed with application, persuasion, inspiration, and conviction as central goals. Prerequisite: PT510 Preaching Lab I

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ST502 Intro to Pastoral & Theological Studies
Dr. James Anderson

June 11-15 | 3 Credit Hours
Monday - Friday 8 am-5 pm

An introduction to biblical, theological, and practical ministry studies within the Reformed tradition.

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PT731 Pastoral Ministry: Local Church and College Campus
D
r. Rod Mays

June 25-29 | 2 Credit Hours
Monday 1-4:30 pm | Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 am-4:30 pm | Friday 9 am-12 pm

A study of general pastoral care, shepherding of the flock, ministerial conduct, interpersonal relationships, and possible pitfalls for pastors. This course will examine pastoral ministry in both the context of the local church and the college campus.

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HT728 Life and Theology of Jonathan Edwards
Rev. David Filson

July 9-13 | 2 Credit Hours
M
onday 1-4:30 pm | Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 am-4:30 pm | Friday 9 am-12 pm

An introduction to the life and thought of Jonathan Edwards, utilizing both primary and secondary sources.

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PT524 Preaching Lab II
Dr. Richard Belcher

July 16-20 | 2 Credit Hours
Monday 1-4:30 pm | Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 am-4:30 pm | Friday 9 am-12 pm

Students will preach multiple sermons. Prerequisites include PT508 Communication I, PT510 Preaching Lab I and PT522 Communication II.

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CO730 Methods of Biblical Change
Dr. Jeremy Pierre

July 23-27 | 2 Credit Hours
Monday 1-4:30 pm | Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 am-4:30 pm | Friday 9 am-12 pm

This course explores the processes by which individuals grow in sanctification through the Word of God and ministry of the Holy Spirit. Emphasis will be placed upon models of human transformation, impediments to sanctification, and the application of Scripture to effect this change.

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NT522 Hebrews-Revelation
Dr. Michael Kruger

July 30-August 3 | 3 Credit Hours
Monday - Friday 8 am-5 pm

An introduction to the General Epistles and Revelation that includes the history, setting, theme, purpose, and message of each book.

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NT502 Greek I
Andrew Goodman

July 30-August 17 | 3 Credit Hours
Monday-Friday 9 am-12 pm

An introductory study concentrating on basic vocabulary and analysis of the grammar of New Testament Greek.

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CO763 Gospel-Centered Counseling & Care
Dr. Dwayne Bond

August 13-17 | 2 Credit Hours
Monday 1-4:30 pm | Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 am-4:30 pm | Friday 9 am-12 pm

This course explores the interplay of the counselor’s transformative relationship with Christ and the transformation of the counselee in counseling setting. Special attention will be given to how the counselor is changed in order to be able to care for others like Christ.

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CO742/CO745 Practicum II/III
Dr. James Newheiser

2 Credit Hours

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Doctor of Ministry (Doctoral students only)

DM861 Calvin's Pastoral Theology
Dr. Derek Thomas

July 9-13 | 3 Credit Hours

An examination of the Pastoral Theology of John Calvin and its relevance for ministry in the twenty-first century. This will dominate in a grasp of The Institutes of the Christian Religion. The integration of theological principles and pastoral application will be the central role of the course.

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DM883 Preaching the General Epistles
Dr. Brandon Crowe

July 16-19 | 3 Credit Hours

The General Epistles (James–Jude) contains some of the most neglected books in the New Testament. Yet these epistles have a contemporary word for the church today. The purpose of this class is to equip you to grasp the message of these epistles more fully, with an eye to contemporary application. We will thus consider both exegetical and practical issues arising from these texts.

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DM901 The Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies
Dr. Don Fortson

July 30-January 15 | 3 Credit Hours

This online course will assist the student to understand the required components of the DMin Project and to prepare an acceptable Project Proposal. As an outcome of the course, students will write the first draft of a Project Proposal with bibliography and be prepared to launch into the research and writing of the Project itself. The course has two parts: The first will include online instruction and interaction with the DMin Director. This portion of the course will assist the student to focus the Project topic, and create a research model and preliminary bibliography for the chosen topic. The second part will pair each student with a faculty advisor who will guide the student in refining the bibliography. The required writing component of this section will be a first draft DMin Project Proposal.

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