DMin Upcoming Classes

Summer 2020

Charlotte

 

July 27 – 31, 2020
Pastoral Counseling
Dr. Jim Newheiser
03DM8420 – Charlotte
Syllabus Registration for this course will be open from April 1 – May 15

This course will focus upon honing skills in using God’s Word in pastoral soul care. This course will examine current trends in Christian counseling and will raise questions concerning the sufficiency of scripture in counseling, the proper use of common grace insights in counseling and when outside intervention is appropriate. Frequently encountered counseling topics will be addressed and case studies will be discussed.

03DM8135 | Preaching from Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes
Dr. Richard Belcher
Syllabus Registration for this course will be open from April 1 – May 15
Wisdom literature deals with the practical, nitty gritty issues of life. The practical nature of this literature should not overshadow the difficult aspects of understanding how a proverb works, how to respond to suffering, and how to deal with life when everything seems to go wrong. This course will also seek to understand the theology of wisdom literature and how to preach it effectively to God’s people today.


July 30, 2020 – January 15, 2021
Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies – online course

(Prerequisite: Must have completed 7 DMin courses)
Dr. S. Donald Fortson
03DM8990 – Charlotte and Orlando
Syllabus Registration opens April 1

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 submit this draft to the DMin committee on their home campus – Charlotte or Orlando.

 

Orlando

 

July 27-31, 2020
Reformation Readings
Dr. John Fesko
02DM8340 – Orlando
Summer
Registration for this course will be open from April 1 – May 15

This course focuses on key primary source readings in the Protestant Reformation (1517-65) from the Reformers, Anabaptists, and Roman Catholics. These readings will give students a first-hand knowledge of the texts that sparked and shaped Reformed theology. The course is a seminar format.


July 30, 2020 – January 15, 2021
Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies – online course

(Prerequisite: Must have completed 7 DMin courses)
Dr. S. Donald Fortson
03DM8990 – Charlotte and Orlando
Syllabus
Registration opens April 1

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 submit this draft to the DMin committee on their home campus – Charlotte or Orlando.