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The Master’s College 2015-2016 Catalog



B377 Prison Epistles (3)

A study of the messages of Philippians, Ephesians,

Colossians, and Philemon in light of their historical

setting so as to understand their doctrinal content

and practical application.

B387 The General Epistles (3)

A study of the non-Pauline epistles, with the

exception of Hebrews and Revelation, with special

emphasis on the doctrine and practical implications

of these books.

B388 Peter & Jude (3)

Astudyof themessagesof thesethreebooks,withspecial

attention given to the topics of suffering and apostasy.

B397 Pastoral Epistles (3)

An intensive study of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus,

with attention given to critical problems in addition

to doctrinal and spiritual content.

B398 Job (3)

An intensive study of this book, with special attention

given to the issue of God’s sovereignty and man’s


B399 2 Samuel (3)

An expositional study of the book of 2 Samuel,

with particular attention to its internal theological

development and its canonical development of

Messianic theology.

B400 Senior Integrative Seminar (3)

A senior integrative seminar covering such topics

as the credentialing process, seminary and graduate

school discussion, trasitional issues, career placement,

and the senior competency examination.


Senior status.

B407 Isaiah (3)

A study of the message of this book, with special

attention given to its historical and eschatological


B408 Jeremiah (3)

A study of the message of this book, with special

attention given to its historical and eschatological


B417 Hebrews (3)

An introduction to the epistle, with special atten-

tion given to a study of its sequence of thought and

exhortation, as it exalts the preeminence of Christ

over all, angels, Moses, and Aaron.

B418 Galatians (3)

An analysis and exposition of Galatians, with special

attention given to questions concerning justification

and sanctification by faith according to the principle

of grace, as well as other theological, chronological,

and interpretive difficulties of this book. Relevant

practical issues are also


B437 Advanced Hermeneutics (3)

This course assumes that the student already

understands and can apply the basic principles of

hermeneutics in their study of the written Word

of God. The course will cover the history of

hermeneutics in the Church, philosophical and

literary issues relating to hermeneutics, and the

use of the Old Testament in the New Testament.

Prerequisite: B340.

B447 Old Testament Minor Prophets (3)

A study of the backgrounds and messages of

these 12 prophets, with particular emphasis on the

eschatological significance of their messages.

B467 1 & 2 Thessalonians (3)

A study of 1 and 2 Thessalonians, with special

emphasis on the eschatological sections of the books.

B488 Old Testament Area Study (2)

A concentrated area of study of the Old Testament,

which may include a topic, a book, or a specialized


B490 Senior Competency (0)

This is a Comprehensive Exam that requires the

student to demonstrate minimum competencies in

areas of New Testament, Old Testament, Systematic

and Practical Theology, and their Emphasis. The

student must pass the exam with at least 70% in

order to graduate.  This exam will be given during

the semester they take Senior Integrative Seminar


Prerequisite: Senior status.