Schedule - Spring 2014

Schedule - Spring 2014


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The class schedule is subject to change.

Please see the Notes to the Schedule below for important information regarding Spring Semester courses.

Textbook information: the WTS Bookstore lists required textbooks for each course on its textbooks webpages at wtsbooks.com. Inquiries about the status of a particular course's required textbook list should be directed to info@wtsbooks.com.

First Day of Classes: February 3rd
Last Day of Classes: May 9th

  TIME DAY RM
Chapel
Chapel
Prayer Groups
10:30-11:00
10:30-12:00
10:30-11:00
T
W
Th
Aud
Aud
 

 

M.Div./M.A./M.A.R./Cert/Special

Updated March 11th, 2014

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
AP 213Principles of Christian Apologetics38:30-10:25 am
8:30-9:25 am
M
Th
3
Oliphint
AP 441The Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til211:05-1:00 pmTCraigOliphint
CH 223The Medieval Church24:05-6:00 pmM3Holloway
CH 643Studies in Old Princeton Theology211:05-1:00 pmThYoungAubert
NT 013aNew Testament Greek 3a32:05-4:00 pm
2:05-3:00 pm
M
Th
2
Dudreck
NT 013aa S1New Testament Greek 3aa42:05-4:00 pmT Th1Beale/Goodman
NT 013aa S2New Testament Greek 3aa42:05-4:00 pmT Th5Szerlip
NT 013aa S3New Testament Greek 3aa42:05-4:00 pmT Th4Beale/Istrate
NT 103General Intro to the N.T. II111:05-1:00 pmF3Beale
NT 123Biblical Hermeneutics: Old & New Testmnt48:30-10:25 amW F3Poythress
NT 133Biblical Theology II36:05-9:00 pmT1Keene
NT 143New Testament for Ministry32:05-5:00 pmW2Crowe
NT 223NT Interp. Acts & the Paul Epist411:05-1:00 pm
2:05-4:00 pm
M
W
3
Beale
NT 412The Gospel of Matthew28:30-10:25 amTYoungCrowe
NT 553Miracles & Miraculous Gifts24:05-6:00 pmTh5Poythress
OT 012Biblical Hebrew 2a311:05-12:00 pm
12:05-1:00 pm
2:05-4:00 pm
M
W
F
5

Groves

OT 013Biblical Hebrew 3a311:05-12:00 pm
12:05-1:00 pm
9:30-10:25 am
M
W
Th
2

Fantuzzo

OT 113Old Testament Introduction312:05-1:00 pm
11:05-1:00 pm
M
Th
1
3
Fantuzzo
OT 223O.T. History & Theology II39:30-10:25 am
11:05-1:00 pm
W
F
1
Fantuzzo
OT 323Poetry & Wisdom211:05-1:00 pmT1Green
PT 013PEnglish Bible Survey 12:00-12:00 amSEE BELOW4Jue
PT 021P-2 S1Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 1:05-2:00 pmTYoungWitmer
PT 021P-2 S2Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 12:05-1:00 pmWYoungWitmer
PT 021P-2 S3Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 1:05-2:00 pmWYoungWitmer
PT 021P-2 S4Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 1:05-2:00 pmThYoungWitmer
PT 031PAdvanced Theological Writing I 12:00-12:05 pmDistanceEd Altena
PT 033PAdvanced Theological Writing II 4:05-6:00 pmT2Altena
PT 033PAdvanced Theological Writing II    Altena
PT 123 S1Gospel Communication211:05-1:00 pmT3Witmer
PT 123 S2Gospel Communication26:05-8:00 pmThCraigWitmer
PT 173Biblical Interpretation35:00-5:00 pmHybrid3Bernhardt/Emlet
PT 243Preparing for Licensure & Ordination15:05-6:00 pmTh4Hobaugh
PT 343Mission of the Church28:30-10:25 amW5Sarracino
PT 353Sermon Delivery211:05-1:00 pmTh5Estes
PTC 178Helping Relationships32:05-5:00 pmWRustWelch
PTC 243Theology & Secular Psychology32:05-5:00 pmThRustPowlison
PTC 303Counseling Problems & Procedures36:05-9:00 pmTh2Welch
PTC 358Coun. Children & Adolescents32:05-5:00 pmT3Lowe
PTC 371P-2 S1Counseling Observation22:05-4:00 pmMCCEFEmlet
PTC 371P-2 S2Counseling Observation25:05-7:00 pmMCCEFSmith
PTC 522Counseling in the Local Church26:05-8:00 pmT3Emlet
PTC 673Case Study Seminar211:05-1:00 pmT5Andrews
PTM 143Contextual Theology28:30-10:25 amM6/DillardMcDowell
PTM 163Church Growth & Church Planting24:05-6:00 pmTCraigFinn
PTM 373Missions & Mercy Ministries22:05-4:00 pmW4Sarracino
PTM 671-4Urban Mission Seminar11:05-2:00 pmThYoungWitmer
ST 113Doctrine of God28:30-10:25 amTRustOliphint
ST 223Doctrine of Christ312:05-1:00 pm
11:05-1:00 pm
W
Th
1
Tipton
ST 313Doctrine of Salvation44:05-6:00 pm
2:05-4:00 pm
W
F
1
Tipton
ST 333Christian Ethics22:05-4:00 pmTRustGarner
ST 503The Theology of Karl Barth28:30-10:25 amTh1Tipton
ST 621The Theology of Adoption28:30-10:25 amTCraigGarner
SUM EVALSummative Evaluation Experience112:00-12:05 amSEE BELOW Cordner

Notes to the Schedule:   

NT 013aa S1 and S3 will combine in the middle of the semester. The combined course will be taught by Dr. Beale and will meet in Room 1.

NT 103 - General Introduction to the New Testament II will be held for only the first half of the semester.

PT 013P - English Bible Survey will be conducted as an independent study and is open only to graduating students who take and do not pass the English Bible Exam. The on-campus meetings will take place from 1pm-2pm on the following dates in Van Til Room 4February 18, March 18, April 22, May 6

PT 173 Biblical Interpretation will convene its mandatory on-campus sessions on the following dates:
   February 28: 5pm - 9pm; March 1: 9am - 5pm

   March 28: 5pm - 9pm; March 29: 9am - 5pm

PTC 371 - Counseling Observation. Please note that section one
of PTC 371P (S1) with Mike Emlet will be video recorded. Students who are registering for this section will be required to submit a signed disclosure form.

PTC 522 - Counseling in the Local Church will be taught by Mike Emlet along with other counseling faculty.

PTM 671-4 - Urban Mission Seminar will be held in conjunction with PT 021 P-2 (S4) on Thursdays from 1:05pm - 2:00pm to form a Mentored Ministry Integration Seminar with an emphasis on urban mission.

SUM EVAL - Summative Evaluation Experience: 
March 13 & 14

Th.M/Ph.D.

Updated February 21st, 2014

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
AP 721The Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til111:05-1:00 pmT2Oliphint
CH 943Studies in Old Princeton Theology111:05-1:00 pmThYoungAubert
NT 712The Gospel of Matthew18:30-10:25 amTYoungCrowe
NT 793Readngs in Lit of Post-Bibl Judaism, Pt2112:00-12:05 amDirect Rdg Beale
NT 853Miracles & Miraculous Gifts14:05-6:00 pmTh5Poythress
NT 921Readings in N.T. Intro & Theol112:00-12:05 amDirect Rdg Crowe
OT 903Critical Methodologies12:05-4:00 pmTYoungGreen
OT 981Readings in O.T. Intro & Theol112:00-12:05 amDirect Rdg Green
ST 803The Theology of Karl Barth18:30-10:25 amTh1Tipton
ST 921The Theology of Adoption18:30-10:25 amTCraigGarner

Footnotes:

  1. The class schedule is subject to change.
  2. S1 refers to Section 1; S2 refers to Section 2 and so on
  3. If syllabi are available in advance of the start of class, they will be made available on the course Kees page.