Returning Students

There are two classes that are offered beginning August 27, and all year 2 students should register for both Hebrew for Bible Study (2 credits) and Denominational History (1 credit). Registration is done through Metro Atlanta Seminary’s website. Click on the links below to be redirected.

hebrew for bible study

This course is 2 credit hours.

The purpose of this course is not to make a person a Hebrew scholar. Rather, the intent is to give just enough basics of the Hebrew language to enable the student of the Bible to use the many word study tools written by the Hebrew scholars.

denominational history & polity

This course is 1 credit hour.

This course will cover the history of the Presbyterian Church from the Reformation to the present, with special emphasis being given to the rise of the Presbyterian Church in America. NOTE: Anyone taking this course who is from another denomination can write a contract involving the study of their own denomination’s history, doctrinal distinctives, and major contributions to the cause of Christ.


New Students

There are two classes that are offered beginning August 27, and all year 1 students should register for both Old Testament Survey (2 credits) and Doctrine of Scripture (1 credit). Registration is done through Metro Atlanta Seminary’s website. Click on the links below to be redirected.

old testament study

This course is 2 credit hours.

This is a study of the OT dealing with its content, message, form and background. The survey will introduce the student to the biblical-theological approach to Scripture, showing how the books of the OT point us to God’s Covenant of Grace in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Themes include sin, grace, salvation, covenant, obedience, disobedience and the people of God.

Doctrine of scripture

This course is 1 credit hour.

The Doctrine of Scripture forms the first part of a two-part course. Major topics to be covered are: the divisions of Scripture, its revelation, inspiration and illumination; understanding Jesus’ view of the Bible as well as its view of itself, canonicity, alleged “errors” in the Bible; and modern translations. The infallibility and inerrancy of all Scripture will be greatly emphasized. The seminary’s position is summed up by the description “biblical inerrancy”. Our objective is to teach from the viewpoint of orthodox Protestantism concerning the Word of God, demonstrating its divine origin, internal harmony and its controlling role in the faith, life and vocation of Christians.