The Doctorate of Theology Track is 32 Hours – Total Hours Required 184
Prerequisites: Master’s Degree and a Doctoral Dissertation
Core Curriculum if required – Click here for details
Hours required over the track are made up of life/work/ministry (LWMT) credits, prerequisites and electives.
Required Track Courses:
TH-7004 – Eschatology I – (Sections 1-4)
A core text for continuing systematic theology focusing on the person and work of the Holy Spirit, the Christian life, the church and last things.
TH-7014 – Historic Christianity
A course that details the historical growth of the Christian church from 5 B.C. to the 20th century. All of the prominent church bodies and characters are studies. The text includes maps, charts, pictures and enlarged bibliographies.
TH-7044 – Evangelistic Theology
The student will become familiar with the various elements of contemporary Theology, especially as it applies to evangelism. The learner will be able to transfer these findings into practical and relevant terms that can be applied and taught to others in understandable categories.
TH-7054 – Old Testament Theology II
The course’s approach involves an intensive interchange with international scholarship, including Jewish biblical studies, and emphasis on the question of the canon. Important themes of Old Testament theology are developed, among them revelation and history, creation and salvation history, covenant, and paradigms of exegesis.
TH-7094 Eschatology II – (Sections 5-7) A continuation of TH-7004.
TH-7064 Dissertation Phase I
TH-7074 Dissertation Phase II
TH-7084 Dissertation Phase III
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