2023-2024 Catalog



THE-605 Soteriology

This course introduces the doctrine of salvation. Special emphasis is placed on the concepts of union with Christ, the external and internal calls, regeneration, conversion, repentance, saving faith, justification, adoption, sanctification, and glorification. The student will reflect on the practical application of soteriology.


THE-620 Pneumatology

Students will analyze and compare biblical, theological, and historical developments of the doctrine of pneumatology and its inseparable relationship with sanctification. Students propose implications for personal, corporate, and global consequences, as well as develop a profound and pragmatic plan of application for growing in faith through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.


THE-675 Independent Study

The purpose of this course is to allow flexibility for the student to pursue individualized research projects. This course may be repeated for a maximum of six (6) semester hours. Enrollment is limited to upper level MTS students and requires approval of the department chair.


THE-683 Trinitarian Theology and Pastoral Ministry

Students analyze the biblical and historical foundations of Trinitarian Christian theology and seek to synthesize Trinitarian orthodoxy with ministerial practice, especially in the realms of clergy ethics and pastoral care. As a capstone course, this course challenges students to integrate sound theological foundations with consistent ministry practices: a synthesis of orthodoxy and orthopraxy that will define the minister's approach to his or her calling and work.

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