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Fall 2017 Fee Schedule1 E.,FEES (non-refundable)General Services Fee*Late Payment Fee* FeeCF599 – Comp Exam FeeFall 2017 Registration Deadline:Fall 2017 Tuition Payment Deadline:, AZ 85 6 75 per semester 50 (Payments received after 08/ 1/1 )70 per occurrenceTUITIONCreditNon-Credit08/ 7/1708/ /17 480/hour 75/hour*Applicable only to credit registrations.TUITION POLICIESSpouse Tuition Policy (Partners in Ministry): Spouses of MDiv, MAC, MABTS, MAM, Graduate Diploma and Diploma students mayenroll for credit courses andwith no cost for tuition. Fees will apply, and the spouse’s enrollment hours cannotexceed the number of hours taken by the primary student Spouses must complete the Application for Admission (if not yetadmitted) and then register for classes.Alumni Tuition Policy: Graduates of Phoenix Seminary may register for any course (with the exception of TH504 or D.Min. courses) asnon-credit auditors with no charge for tuition or fees.ADDING/DROPPING COURSESDropping a course or changing from credit to audit will not necessarily result in a refund.To make changes to your schedule you may do so byCourse Type / Course(s)IntensivesOnline/All Other CoursesAdd DeadlineBefore 1st Class09/0Drop DeadlineBefore 2nd Class09/26Credit to Audit DeadlineBefore 2nd Class10/0TUITION REFUND POLICYTuition refunds for dropped courses will be made according to the following schedule regardless of class attendance:Course Type / Course(s)IntensivesOnline/All Other Courses100% RefundBefore 1st ClassBefore 09/090% RefundBefore 2nd Class09/0 -09/1175% RefundN/A09/1 -09/150% RefundN/A09/1 -09/2No Refund Afternd2 Class09/2PAYMENT OPTIONSThe Balance Owed must be paid in full by the Tuition Payment Deadline or the Registration may be cancelled. Acceptable forms ofpayment include: Visait studentsTuition Installment Plan.6.16.1 ms

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleFall 2017 Registration OpensJune 1, 2017Thanksgiving Break (No Classes; Closed 11/23-24) Nov. 20-26, 2017Fall 2017 Registration DeadlineAugust 7, 2017Final Exam WeekDecember 12-18, 2017New Student Orientation (Mandatory)August 19, 2017Fall Semester EndsDecember 18, 2017Fall 2017 Tuition Payment Due DateAugust 21, 2017Christmas Holiday (Offices Closed)December 23-31, 2017Fall Semester BeginsAugust 21, 2017Fall 2017 Grades Due From FacultyDecember 31, 2017Labor Day (Offices Closed)September 4, 2017Fall 2017 Grade Reports PostedJanuary 4, 2018Reading Week (No Classes; Offices Open) November 13-19, 2017Intensive TypeCourseTitleHours Professor(s) / Instructor(s)Weekend IntensiveLD502-1Developing Leaders Who Develop Leaders2Dr. Roger BallLocation: CR 48am—4:50pm Saturday, Sept. 16, Oct. 7, Oct. 14Weekend IntensiveCF510-1Human Sexuality3Dr. Steve Tracy8am—4:50pmSaturday, Aug. 26, Sept. 16, Sept. 30, Oct. 21Location: CR 25:30pm—9:20pm Friday, Sept. 15Weekend IntensiveTH510-1Biblical Sexuality2Dr. Steve TracyLocation: CR 28am—4:50pm Saturday, Aug. 26, Saturday, Sept. 16, Saturday, Sept. 30.Weekend IntensiveIS510World Religions2Dr. Malcolm HartnellLocation: CR 55:30pm—9:20pm Friday, October 68am—4:50pmSaturday, Oct. 7, Saturday, Oct. 14, Saturday, Oct. 21.D.Min. 4-Day IntensiveDM756-1Ministry Care, Counseling, and Human Flourishing3Dr. Tony Wheeler(Open to DMin students only)Location: CR 58am—4:50pm Monday, October 2—Wednesday, October 48am—11:50am Thursday, October 5.Counseling ExamCF598Professional Qualifying Exam0Dr. Justin SmithLocation: TBATime: TBADate: TBACounseling ExamCF599Comprehensive Exam0Dr. Justin SmithLocation: TBATime: TBADate: TBAMondaysLocation CourseTitleHours Professor(s) / Instructor(s)12—2:50pmDr. Peter GurryCR 2NT501-1Learning New Testament Greek34—5:50pmDr. Kyle DiRobertsCR 4CF507-1Marriage and Family Ministry25—5:50pmDr. Brian ArnoldCR 2BC498-1Graduate Research and Writing16—7:50pmDr. Peter GurryCR 4NT503-1Using New Testament Greek26—7:50pmDr. Kyle DiRobertsCR 5TH504-1Systematic Theology: A Socratic Approach (15 max)26—8:50pmCR 2BL501A-1Principles for Biblical Interpretation3Dr. Brian ArnoldTuesdaysLocation CourseTitleHours Professor(s) / Instructor(s)2—3:50pmCR 2IS501-1Cross Cultural and Diversity Competency2Dr. Malcolm Hartnell4—5:50pmCR 5BC501-1Methodology of Biblical Communication2Dr. Chip Moody4—5:50pmCR 4BL502-1Survey of the Pentateuch2Dr. John Meade4—5:50pmCR 2CF527-1Biology, Cognition, & Behavior (Additional 1 hr online work per wk)3Dr. Justin Smith4—5:50pmCR 2CF503-1Counseling Issues and Strategies2Dr. Justin ��3:50pm3—4:50pm3—4:50pm3—5:50pm5—7:50pmCR 5CR 4CR 2LocationCR 5*SBC A5CR 2CR 4CR F501-1OT501-1Evangelism and Discipleship in a Pluralistic WorldSurvey of the Historical and Wisdom LiteratureCounseling Skills (18 max)TitleUsing Old Testament HebrewContemporary Moral IssuesSurvey of the GospelsCounseling TheoriesLearning Old Testament Hebrew223Hours22233Dr. Malcolm HartnellDr. John MeadeDr. Justin SmithProfessor(s) / Instructor(s)Dr. John MeadeDr. Steve TracyDr. Peter GurryDr. Justin SmithDr. John MeadeDisclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within itis subject to change at any time before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course pmThursdays9am – NoonANDIndividualtime to bearrangedCR 4LocationChurchon Mill8am – 9amANDIndividualtime to bearrangedTitleHumanity, Angels, and the Person & Work of ChristPsychological Testing and AppraisalTitleIntegrative Seminar I: Leadership/EcclesiologyChurchon MillMA502-BIntegrative Seminar II: Pastoral Care 1 (Order of Service)3Dr. Chuck Newkirk3:30 – 5:30pmAND 2ndSaturdays9:30 - NoonTrinityBibleChurchMA501-AIntegrative Seminar I: Leadership/Ecclesiology6Pastor Josh Vincent5:30 – 6:30pmAND 2ndSaturdays8am – 9:30amTrinityBibleChurchMA502-AIntegrative Seminar II: Pastoral Care 1 (Order of Service)3Pastor Josh �7:30pm6—7:30pm6—8:50pm6—7:50pmCR 4CR 5CR 4CR 4CR 4CR 4CR 5CR MS508-1Ecclesiastical LatinSurvey of Old TestamentCounseling Pre-PracticumCounseling PracticumCounseling Internship I Lecture (4 students max)Counseling Internship II Lecture (4 students max)History of World Christianity ICompetencies for Pastoral Practice33333332Dr. Brian ArnoldMr. Ryan StephensMs. Kerry FailoniMs. Kerry FailoniMs. Kerry FailoniMs. Kerry FailoniDr. Brian ArnoldDr. Chip Moody/Dr. Title [Online Courses are capped at 15 students]Graduate Research and WritingPrinciples for Biblical InterpretationSurvey of the PentateuchSurvey of the Historical & Wisdom LiteratureSurvey of the ProphetsSurvey of the GospelsSurvey of Acts and the Pauline EpistlesSurvey of the General Epistles and RevelationHistory of World Christianity II: Reformation and GlobalizationCross-Cultural and Diversity CompetencyEvangelism and DiscipleshipLearning New Testament Greek(Open to MABTS Online students only)Using New Testament Greek(Open to MABTS Online Students Only)(CONTINUED)Online Course LecturersDr. Brian ArnoldMr. Bryan FergusDr. John MeadeDr. John MeadeDr. John MeadeDr. John DelHousayeDr. John DelHousayeDr. John DelHousayeDr. Brian ArnoldDr. Malcolm HartnellDr. Malcolm HartnellPastor Brian ReedPastor Brian ctors(s)Dr. Steve TracyDr. William MobleyProfessor(s) / Instructor(s)Dr. Chuck NewkirkCourseTH502-1CF524-1CourseMA501-B*SBC Conf.Hours1322222232233Professor(s) / Instructor(s)Mrs. Brenda DinellMr. Bryan FergusMr. Ryan StephensMr. Ryan StephensMr. Ryan StephensDr. Kyle DiRobertsDr. Kyle DiRobertsDr. Kyle DiRobertsDr. Kyle DiRobertsDr. Malcolm HartnellDr. Malcolm HartnellPastor Brian ReedPastor Brian ReedDisclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within itis subject to change at any time before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleOnline Course LecturersPastor Brian ReedPastor Brian ReedDr. Wayne GrudemDr. Steven TracyDr. Wayne GrudemDr. Wayne 06-oTitle [Online Courses are capped at 15 students]Learning Old Testament Hebrew(Open to MABTS Online Students Only)Using Old Testament Hebrew(Open to MABTS Online Student Only)God, Scripture, Revelation, and the Holy SpiritHumanity, Angels, and the Person and Work of ChristSalvation, the Church, and the FutureContemporary Moral IssuesHours334442Professor(s) / Instructor(s)Pastor Brian ReedPastor Brian ReedDr. Kyle DiRobertsDr. Travis BuchananDr. Travis BuchananDr. Kyle DiRoberts*Courses meet at Scottsdale Bible Church.A5 Building ASBC Conf. Building D (conference room upstairs)Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within itis subject to change at any time before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course DescriptionsMondaysNT501-1 Learning New Testament GreekClassroom 212-2:50pmIntroduces the Greek alphabet, vocabulary and grammar in a systematic way using relevant examples from the New Testament.The goal of this course is for the student to learn the basics of Greek grammar and basic Greek verb paradigms. Provides the skillsfor reading and translating the Greek New Testament and the basis for developing exegetical competence.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Peter GurryFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneCF507-1 Marriage and Family MinistryClassroom 44–5:50pmThis course applies biblical and counseling concepts to practical approaches to marriage and family ministries including premarital counseling, marriage enrichment, family ministry and integrated approaches to youth ministries. Students work with areachurches and some travel may be required.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Justin SmithFrequency: Odd FallsPrerequisite: NoneNotes: General elective for all other programs except MAC.BC498-1 Graduate Research and WritingClassroom 25–5:50pmThis course is an essential introduction to graduate theological education at Phoenix Seminary. Every discipline has its unique styleand formatting – theology is no exception. The course is designed to hone your skills of graduate theological research, reading,and writing. You will learn argumentation, effective reading strategies, how to format your papers, and how to use the library. Thisclass will greatly enhance your ability to perform at the graduate level.1 creditInstructor: Dr. Brian ArnoldFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: All new Fall students are required to take this course except for Master of Arts in Counseling students.NT503-1 Using New Testament GreekClassroom 46-7:50pmA verse-by-verse reading of Ephesians, in which the student is introduced to a method for moving from exegesis to preaching andteaching. Students will also study a unit from the New Testament of their own choice.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Peter GurryFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NT501 & NT502TH504-1 Systematic Theology: A Socratic ApproachClassroom 56-7:50pmPrepares you to clearly communicate what you believe and why you believe it. Designed to help you develop a personal,practical and applied systematic theology.2 creditsInstructor: Mr. Kyle DiRobertsFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: BL501, TH501, TH502 and TH503Notes: Limited to MDiv and MABL students preparing for TH599 Theological Oral Exam. Concurrent enrollment in TH599 issuggested. Enrollment limited to 15 credit students.BL501A-1 Principles for Biblical InterpretationClassroom 26-8:50pmA study of the principles involved in accurately interpreting the Word of God. This course is designed to help you understand whatthe bible says as well as what it means by what it says. Provides the foundation for further study in theology and biblical literaturecourses.3 creditsInstructor: Pastor Brian ArnoldFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Required within first 30 credit hours for all programs except MAC.TuesdaysIS501-1 Cross-Cultural and Diversity CompetencyClassroom 22–3:50pmThis course will equip the student to learn from and minister to men and women of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Malcolm HartnellPrerequisite: NoneFrequency: Fall 2017 & Every SpringBC501-1 Methodology of Biblical CommunicationClassroom 54–5:50pmThis course, first in a two-course sequence in homiletics, is designed to develop speech/rhetorical skills essential to effective oralcommunication, with a view to their application to bible teaching and expository preaching. Uses New Testament passages todevelop structures for oral communication and proper handling of biblical texts. Familiarity with Greek or Hebrew is helpful, butnot required.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Chip MoodyFrequency: Every Fall Prerequisite: At least one course from BL502-BL507.Notes: Enrollment limited to 12 credit studentsDisclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within it is subject to change at anytime before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleTuesdays (continued)BL502-1 Survey of the PentateuchClassroom 44–5:50pmA survey of Genesis to Deuteronomy in historical and cultural context. Covers the outstanding features and basic teachings ofeach book within the broader context of God’s total, progressive revelation while discerning practical principles for contemporaryChristian living.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. John MeadeFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Required for all programs except MAC.CF527-1 Biology, Cognition, and BehaviorClassroom 24-5:50pmStudents will develop competence in applying a coherent counseling approach to specific issues including: depression, anxiety,relational problems, impulse control, and personality disorders. The cognitive and behavioral basis of experience is explored indepth.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Justin SmithFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: This is an expanded three-credit version of CF503 Counseling Issues and Strategies. There is an additional 1 hour onlinecourse work per week.CF503-1 Counseling Issues and StrategiesClassroom 24-5:50pmStudents will develop competence in applying a coherent counseling approach to specific issues including: depression, anxiety,relational problems, impulse control, and personality disorders. The cognitive and behavioral basis of experience is explored indepth.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Justin SmithFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneIS503-1 Evangelism and Discipleship in a Pluralistic WorldClassroom 56–7:50pmProvides the foundation for students to develop both a personal and church-based approach to evangelism and discipleship.Investigates implications for evangelism arising from contemporary American culture and examines specific evangelistic anddiscipling models and tools that have proved to be effective in the American cultural environment.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Malcolm HartnellFrequency: Fall 2017 and Every Spring Prerequisite: NoneBL503-1 Survey of the Historical and Wisdom LiteratureClassroom 46–7:50pmA survey of Joshua to Song of Solomon in historical and cultural context. Covers the outstanding features and basic teachings ofeach book within the broader context of God’s total, progressive revelation while discerning practical principles for contemporaryChristian living.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. John MeadeFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneCF500-1 Counseling SkillsClassroom 26:30–9:20pmAn in-depth exploration of the essential interviewing skills necessary to helping professionals. The primary focus is on thedevelopment of communication skills, including counselor characteristics and behaviors and the assessment of clientcharacteristics and behavior associated with building a therapeutic relationship, establishing treatment goals, selectinginterventions and achieving and evaluating successful treatment outcomes.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Justin SmithFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Required for MDiv CF, MAM CF, and MAC. General elective for all other programs. Enrollment limited to 18 students.WednesdaysOT503-1 Using Old Testament HebrewClassroom 52–3:50pmIncludes the full process of exegesis of the biblical text; thus it includes the skills of Old Testament textual criticism, Hebrew wordstudies, analysis of Hebrew syntax, developing knowledge of Hebrew grammar and genre, and finally writing an exegetical paperof a specific passage.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. John MeadeFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: OT501 and OT502Notes: Required for MDiv BC. General elective for all other programs except MAC.TH506-1 Contemporary Moral IssuesClassroom SBC A53-4:50pmThis course will teach you how to practically apply God’s truth to the toughest issues facing our culture such asdivorce/remarriage, homosexuality, abortion, race relations and euthanasia.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Steve TracyFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneDisclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within it is subject to change at anytime before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleWednesdays (continued)BL505-1 Survey of the GospelsClassroom 23–4:50pmA survey of the Gospels giving an overview of the life of Christ with an emphasis upon Second Temple Judaism and the socialworlds of Galilee, Samaria and Judea. Develops your ability to think biblically by interrelating theological convictions and makingpersonal application.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Peter GurryFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Required for all programs.CF501-1 Counseling TheoriesClassroom 43–5:50pmSurvey of major models of counseling, especially empirically supported approaches to therapeutic processes and change. Thestudent will be encouraged to develop a basic approach to counseling that is theoretically sound, empirically supported,sensitive to issues of faith-tradition, practical, and effective.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Justin Smith Prerequisite: NoneFrequency: TBDOT501-1 Learning Old Testament HebrewClassroom 25–7:50pmIntroduces the Hebrew alphabet, vocabulary and grammar in a systematic way using exercises gleaned from the Old Testament.The goal of this course is to learn the basics of Hebrew grammar and the Hebrew Strong Verb forms. Provides the student with theskills necessary for reading and translating the Hebrew Bible and the basis for developing competence in exegesis.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. John MeadeFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Required for all programs.TH502-1 Humanity, Angels, and the Person & Work of ChristClassroom SBC Conf. Rm.5:30–9:20pmThis will deepen your walk with God by focusing on the Person and work of God the Son. This course is an in-depth study of man,his nature and his need for a Savior. Explore the nature and significance of angels, Satan and demons. Focus on the Lord JesusChrist and His death on the cross and the work of the Holy Spirit.4 creditsInstructor: Dr. Steve TracyFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: BL501 and TH501CF524-1 Psychological Testing and AppraisalClassroom 46:30–9:20pmProvide understanding of individual and group approaches to assessment and evaluation. Study the use of standardized andnon-standardized tests to evaluate individuals; including test development, selection, administration and interpretation. Courseprovides foundational concepts of validity, reliability, and psychometric statistics.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. William MobleyFrequency: Odd FallsPrerequisite: NoneThursdaysMA501-A Integrative Seminar I: Leadership / Ecclesiology (Trinity Bible Church)3:30–5:30pm AND 2nd Saturdays 9:30am-NoonMA501-B Integrative Seminar I: Leadership / Ecclesiology (Church on Mill)9am–Noon AND Individual time to be arrangedAn intensive supervised ministry experience focused on the development of leadership competencies and consisting of thefollowing: ministry service in a pre-approved setting, involvement in a formal church-based internship/ministerial training program,and appropriate academic requirements which will enhance the student’s understanding of ministerial leadership. Pre-approvalrequired.6 creditsInstructor: Pastor Josh Vincent (Trinity Bible Church-A) or Pastor Chuck Newkirk (Church on Mill-B)Frequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Open to MDiv student onlyDisclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within it is subject to change at anytime before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleThursdays (continued)MA502-A Integrative Seminar II: Pastoral Care I (Order of Service) (Trinity Bible Church)5:30–6:30pm AND 2nd Saturdays 8am-9:30amMA502-B Integrative Seminar II: Pastoral Care I (Order of Service) (Church on Mill)8am–9am AND Individual time to be arrangedAn intensive supervised ministry experience with The Gospel Coalition Arizona focused on development of competencies relartedto effectively planning and conducting congregational worship services, weddings, funerals, and membership classes. Preapproval required.3 creditsInstructor: Pastor Josh Vincent (Trinity Bible Church-A) or Pastor Chuck Newkirk (Church on Mill-B)Frequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Open to MDiv student onlyLA501-1 Ecclesiastical LatinClassroom 42–4:50pmThis course introduces the student to the basics of Ecclesiastical Latin. While Hebrew and Greek are the languages of the Bible,Latin is the language of the church. Thus, it is important for students of theology and history, and even biblical studies since manyChristians read from the Vulgate, to have at least a rudimentary knowledge of Latin.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Brian ArnoldFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneBL508-1 Survey of the Old TestamentClassroom 53–5:50pmA survey of the Old Testament beginning with principles involved in interpreting historical, wisdom and prophetic literature.Emphasis is placed on understanding the purpose and message of each book and attention is given to understanding how eachBook functions as the authoritative word of God and how this practical wisdom can be applied to life.3 creditsInstructor: Mr. Ryan StephensFrequency: Odd FallsPrerequisite: NoneCF593-1 Counseling Pre-PracticumCF594-1 Counseling PracticumCF596-1 Counseling Internship I LectureCF597-1 Counseling Internship II LectureClassroom 4Classroom 4Classroom 4Classroom 46–7:30pm6–7:30pm6–7:30pm6–7:30pmSee www.ps.edu or Student Handbook for detailed course descriptions. The above scheduled times represent only the oncampus lecture portion of the Pre-Practicum/Internship experiences.3 creditsInstructor: Ms. Kerry Ms. Kerry Failoni Frequency: Every SemesterPrerequisite: At least 21 counseling hours including CF500, CF501, CF509, CF520, CF521, CF527, and CF528Notes: Enrollment is limited. Students register for CF593, CF596, or CF597 as they would any other course, but it is imperative thatstudents follow all procedures including registration, application, letters of reference, fingerprinting and insurance. The Informationand Registration Packet (available from the respective course pages on http://ps.mrooms.net) should be submitted to Dr. JustinSmith, well before the start of the semester.]CH501-1 History of World Christianity IClassroom 56–8:50pmThis course will help you deepen your understanding of faith as you trace the growth of Christianity from Pentecost to earlyProtestantism. Sharpen your discernment as you engage both the tensions of intercultural transmission as well as the transitionsoccasioned by new historical contexts. We will tackle early church debates over Christology, Canon and Christendom, as well astrack the development of church government, piety, sacraments and theology into the “middle ages” and up to the earlymodern calls for reform. All along, you will marvel at how the faith once and for all delivered to the saints is freshly articulated incontexts as diverse as Ireland, Ethiopia, India and China.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Brian ArnoldFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneDisclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within it is subject to change at anytime before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleThursdays (continued)MS508-1 Competencies for Pastoral PracticeClassroom 26–7:50pmCertain practices are common to all ministries; some are unique to those who are church pastors. This course moves studentstoward general pastoral competency in the following areas: conducting funerals, weddings, baptisms, ordinations, as well as theweekly rhythm of worship planning and execution. Among various other topics, we will cover ministry to the hospitalized, theincarcerated, those in nursing or group homes, the homebound, and the terminally ill. The pastoral and prophetic roles of thepastor will be examined in church and public settings. Emphasis will be placed on becoming a lifelong learner in the field ofpastoral practice and care.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Chip Moody and Dr. Darryl DelHousayeFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneIntensivesLD502-1 Developing Leaders Who Develop LeadersClassroom 48:00am – 4:50pm Saturday, September 16, October 7, and October 14Multiplication of leadership is a must for effective Christian ministry. This course teaches principles and practices that lead to thecultivation of godly leadership under your direction.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Roger BallFrequency: Odd FallsPrerequisite: NoneCF510-1 Human SexualityClassroom 28:00am – 4:50pm Saturday, August 26, September 16, September 30 and October 215:30pm – 9:20pm Friday, September 15Study of human sexuality including physiology, sexuality across the lifespan, sexuality and singleness, marital sexuality,homosexuality, sexual addiction, and sexual abuse.3 creditsInstructor: Dr. Steve TracyFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Spouses and fiancés/fiancées of credit students are strongly encouraged to attend with the student at no cost, but wouldstill need to complete the application and registration process.TH510-1 Biblical SexualityClassroom 28:00am – 4:50pm Saturday, August 26, September 16, September 30An in-depth look at human sexuality based on both biblical theology and social science research. Topics to be studied include atheology of sexuality, sexual addiction, homosexuality, adultery, singleness and marital sexual relations.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Steve TracyFrequency: Every FallPrerequisite: NoneNotes: Spouses and fiancés/fiancées of credit students are strongly encouraged to attend with the student at no cost, but wouldstill need to complete the application and registration process.IS510-1 World Religions5:30pm – 9:20pm Friday, October 68:00am – 4:50pm Saturday, October 7, October 14, October 21Classroom 5An examination of the major world religions and ideologies in order to understand their principal doctrines and practices and thesubsequent implications for Christian witness.2 creditsInstructor: Dr. Malcolm HartnellPrerequisite: NoneFrequency: OccasionalOnlineBC498-1 Graduate Research and WritingThis course is an essential introduction to graduate theological education at Phoenix Seminary. Every discipline has its unique styleand formatting – theology is no exception. The course is designed to hone your skills of graduate theological research, reading,and writing. You will learn argumentation, effective reading strategies, how to format your papers, and how to use the library. Thisclass will greatly enhance your ability to perform at the graduate level.1 creditLecturer: Dr. Brian Arnold Instructor: Mrs. Brenda DinellPrerequisite: None Frequency: Every semester (online)Notes: All new Fall students are required to take this course except for Master of Arts in Counseling students.Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to make the Schedule Overview as accurate as possible, please be aware that all information within it is subject to change at anytime before the first week of the semester.08/16/2017 MS

Fall 2017 Course ScheduleOnline (continued)BL501-A-o Principles for Biblical InterpretationA study of the principles involved in accurately interpreting the Word of God. This course is designed to help you understand whatthe Bible says as well as what it means by what it says. Provides the foundation for further study in theology and biblical literaturecourses.3 credits Lecturer and Instructor: Mr. Bryan FergusPrerequisite: NoneFrequency: Every semester (online)Notes: All new summer 2017 students are required to take this course except for Master of Arts in Counseling students.BL502-o Survey of the PentateuchA survey of Genesis to Deuteronomy in historical and cultural context. Covers the outstanding features and basic teachings ofeach book within the broader context of God’s total, progressive revelation while discerning practical principles for contemporaryChristian living.2 creditsLecturer: Dr. John Meade Instructor: Mr. Ryan StephensPrerequisite: NoneFrequency: Every semester (online)BL503-o Survey of the Historical and Wisdom LiteratureA survey of Joshua to Song of Solomon in historical and cultural context. Covers the outstanding features and basic teachings ofeach book within the broader context of God’s total, progressive revelation while discerning practical principles for contemporaryChristian living.2 creditsLecturer: Dr. John Meade Instructor: Mr. Ryan StephensPrerequisite: NoneFrequency: Every semester (online)BL504-o Survey of the ProphetsA survey of the prophets in their historical and cultural context. This course covers the outstanding fe

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