Class of 2021

Two classes are offered for the Fall Quarter beginning October 29, 2019. All Class of 2021 students should register for both Old Testament Book Study (2 credits) and Teaching and Learning (1 credit). Registration is done through Metro Atlanta Seminary’s website. Click on the links below to be redirected.

Old testament book study

This course is 2 credit hours.

Two courses in OT and two in NT will be required. These will be taught with two objectives in mind. First will be the plan to cover this course in a way that will enable to student to immediately be able to teach the course to others, complete with application. The second objective is to demonstrate to the students how to use the Greek and Hebrew taught in the Greek and Hebrew for Bible Study courses. Students will be taught how to develop sermons and teaching lessons from the text. Systematic Theology/doctrine will also be covered in a way that will help the student to know how doctrine is developed out of the text.

teaching and learning

This course is 1 credit hour.

Most courses that are designed to teach teachers to teach usually teach methods of communication (delivery). This is not adequate because the methods used may not reach the learning styles of most of your listeners. In this course we will concentrate first on helping you learn how you learn. Then you will study the characteristics of the other major learning styles. It will be only after this is understood that we can turn to putting together teaching methods that will enable you to reach all the learners you are charged with teaching.


Class of 2022

Two classes are offered for the Fall Quarter beginning October 29, 2019. All Class of 2022 students should register for both New Testament Survey (2 credits) and Hermeneutics (1 credit). Registration is done through Metro Atlanta Seminary’s website. Click on the links below to be redirected.

New testament study

This course is 2 credit hours.

This course is an introduction to the NT writings and their message in the historical, cultural and religious context of the first century. The aim of the course is to give the student an understanding of the supernatural and historical context of the time. Specific focus is placed on the person and work of Jesus Christ and His ongoing ministry throng the Holy Spirit. Themes include justification, sanctification, atonement, the miraculous, the church, sin, grace and redemption.

Hermeneutics

This course is 1 credit hour.

Hermeneutics is intended to teach the student to interpret and apply the Bible accurately in our modern context. It will provide a basic model incorporating the main principles of interpretation to enable the student to rightly divide the Word of Truth.