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Studying the WORD of God, To gain the HEART of God, To demonstrate the POWER of God Academic Catalog 2022-2023

Welcome A Word from the Founders Welcome! Global Awakening Theological Seminary has been a dream in our hearts for many years. Our vision was to have a graduate school with faculty and students who seek to rightly divide the Word of God and who believe in the power of God to perform miracles, healings, signs and wonders. By connecting Global Awakening with Family of Faith Christian University, we have been able to create master’s degree programs that ground a student in biblical studies, revival history, and Spiritempowered ministry. These programs will help meet the need for better educated leaders for the Church of Jesus Christ, including those who make up the Pentecostal, Charismatic, Third Wave, and Continuationist Evangelicals. We know there are many believers today who are seeking to be trained in this atmosphere! We are praying for many laborers to grow in faith, wisdom, and boldness to fulfill God’s calling, to walk in revival and awakening, and to go forth taking the gospel mightily into the nations of the earth. Dr. Sam. Matthews President Family of Faith Christian University Dr. Randy Clark President Global Awakening Theological Seminary Dr. Tom Jones VP Academic Affairs Global Awakening Theological Seminary

Table of Contents A Word from the Founders . i The GATS Distinctive. 1 Connection between Global Awakening and FFCU FFCU Mission Statement Seminary Goals Academic Programs . 4-10 Core areas of GATS Programs M.Div. Bible M.Div. Ministry M.A. Pastoral Ministry M.A. Evangelism M.A. Bible M. Ministry Course Descriptions . 11-17 Biblical Theological BTHE General GENL Healing HEAL Language LANG Practical Ministry PMIN Practicum PRAC Revival History REVL Leadership and Faculty . 18-23 Board of Trustees Administration Faculty Roster Student Profile and Schedule . 24 Admissions Process . 25-26 Application Deadline Admission Requirements Military Training Prior Credit Transfer Policies Advanced Standing (CHCP/CPCP) Registration Information . 27-28 Registration Process Add/Drop Degree Maps/Course Schedule Full time/Part Time Catalog Requirements Course Prefixes Cancellation of courses Withdrawal Doctoral Degree and Credentialing Info . 29 Financial Information . 30-32 Tuition & Fees Payments Refund Policy Financial Aid Veteran’s Educational Benefits Repayment of Federal Aid Employer Tuition Reimbursement Student Services . 33-35 Academic Advising Building Relationships Course Mgmt. System E-mail Accounts Hall Talk Mission Trips Orientation and Academic Success Prayer Time Students with Disabilities Transcripts Writing Lab Learning Resources . 36-37 Online Resources Digital Theological Library EBSCOhost Libraries Near You On Campus Library Collection Accreditation and Authorization . 38 Statement of Faith . 39-40 Academic Policies . 41-44 Attendance Grading Graduation Requirements Exams Incomplete Courses Leave of Absence due to Military Deployment Allowance for Medical Hardship Student Records Academic Integrity Student Welfare . 45-49 Grievances & Appeals Disciplinary Actions Other Policies & Procedures Alcohol and Drug-Free Campus Sexual Harassment and Offenses Calendar . 50 Contact Information . 51 Index . 52

The GATS Distinctive Connection between Global Awakening & FFCU Founded by Dr. Randy Clark, Global Awakening equips Christ-followers through conferences, international ministry trips, educational opportunities, electronic & print media, and a network of life-giving churches and ministries. Our passion is to empower believers to discover their unique destiny and live a supernatural lifestyle grounded in Spirit-filled theology. In so doing, we seek to equip believers to fulfill Jesus’ commission of declaring God’s Kingdom by healing the sick, raising the dead, cleansing lepers, and casting out demons (Matthew 10:7–8). We are a global community of believers empowered to awaken the world to the goodness and power of God: Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. (Matthew 28:19-20). Family of Faith Christian University was founded in 1992 by Dr. Sam Matthews and Family of Faith Fellowship. At this time, the church worked with a handful of churches to fulfill the Great Commission by training and sending in the context of the five-fold ministry: The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Therefore beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest (Matthew 9:38). Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature (Mark 16:15). It was He who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ (Ephesians 4:11-13). 1

The GATS Distinctive Connection (continued) A college was started to provide training for the members of these churches while maintaining the pastoral and apostolic covering that the local church provides. Today, this network of churches, called International Christian Leadership Connections (www.iclcnetwork.com) includes thousands of churches around the world. Family of Faith Christian University continues to provide on campus and on-line training for men and women from these churches. In 2014, God began to divinely connect these two apostolic streams and Drs. Clark and Matthews discovered a shared vision for a seminary. They began to pray and work together to develop the curriculum and the faculty of what became Global Awakening Theological Seminary. Family of Faith Christian University Mission Statement GATS is the seminary of Family of Faith Christian University, and operates in conjunction with the overall university mission: Educating, discipling and training laborers for the Kingdom of God. Core Values Spiritual, academic and practical preparation Five-fold ministry pattern Surrendered lives of intercession Continual development of Godly character Moving in and activating the gifts of the Spirit Transformative worship and praise A world-wide penetration of the gospel Vision Statement A Light to the Nations 2

The GATS Distinctive Seminary Goals The following goals are the focus of courses in the academic programs of Global Awakening Theological Seminary. Increased knowledge of the Bible Graduates will have an increased knowledge of the Bible and will be able to “accurately handle the Word of Truth” (2 Timothy 2:15) as they preach, teach, evangelize, disciple, lead, plant churches, develop ministries, and equip believers. Fundamental theology of the historic Christian faith Graduates will have a clear understanding of the fundamental theology of the historic Christian faith, be able to foster theological maturity in the body of Christ, and protect the church from being “carried away by every wind of doctrine” (Eph. 4:12-14). Able to articulate and defend Continuationism Continuationism, that is, the belief that God continues to speak and act in miraculous ways in the present age, is a core distinctive of this graduate school. Courses will be taught from this perspective and students will be well-versed in and able to articulate and defend this distinctive based on biblical, systematic, and historical theology with awareness of other approaches to this perspective. Identify and operate in the spiritual gifts as well as the five-fold ministry gifts Students will be able to identify and operate in the spiritual gifts as well as the five-fold ministry gifts (1 Cor. 12; Romans 12; Eph. 4). Identify the elements of Christ-like character Students will be able to identify the elements of Christ-like character and will walk in integrity, humility, honor of others, and the nine fruits of the Spirit. Mentored in the basics of discipleship, prayer, and intercession Graduates will be mentored in the basics of discipleship, prayer, and intercession including the commanded instructions to heal the sick, cast out demons, raise the dead, and minister to the poor. Blessing the entire Church Graduates will bless the whole Church beyond the networks of International Christian Leadership Connections and the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening. They will work for unity with the other denominations and apostolic networks in the Church and will also impact the theological community by furthering their education in the best divinity schools and seminaries in the world. 3

Academic Programs The Core Areas of GATS Programs The curriculum of GATS is designed to equip and empower students in Bible, theology, ministry, and revival history. Academic programs include the following: Master of Divinity – Bible Concentration Master of Divinity – Ministry Concentration Master of Arts – Evangelism Master of Arts – Pastoral Ministry Master of Arts – Bible Master of Ministry (pre-doctoral) Each program includes course groups that focus on these subject areas: Academic Success: Mentoring in the basics of academic writing as well as the skills and heart needed to ensure completion of personal and academic goals. Biblical Theological Foundations and electives: As well as exploring the basics of the Old and New Testaments, students learn how to encounter God, interpret the Bible, and apply it to ministry situations. The GATS biblical foundation also includes an historic look at theology through our unique Systematic Theology courses. Biblical Languages: Many students look forward to learning how to read the Bible from one of its original languages. We agree that these are very beneficial. So, these are an option for the Bible core and highly recommended for students who want to continue into post-graduate studies. Revival History: With a focus on the move of the Holy Spirit throughout history, the three revival history courses allow students to meet the heroes of faith who were used mightily by the Holy Spirit to spread His power and gospel throughout the world. Practical Ministry: Students complete ministry courses to develop a biblical philosophy of ministry while being practically equipped in the power of the Holy Spirit. Practicum: Students complete at least one of four Practicum options. Students may complete a supervised internship, explore the world of cross-cultural missions leadership, create a ministry training manual, or write a thesis. Students must have completed at least half of their academic program in order to enroll in one of these courses. 4

Academic Programs Master of Divinity— Bible Concentration Program Objectives By completing this program, students will be able to: Know the content and backgrounds of the Bible; Demonstrate an increased understanding and use of the spiritual gifts and the five-fold leadership giftings; Explain how the character of Christ is vital to one’s personal life and to one’s ministry and how he/she is growing in this area; Gain a foundational knowledge of the historical and theological elements of church history and their impact on the church today; and Be able to release the power of the Holy Spirit in situations requiring physical healing, emotional healing, and deliverance. Summary Academic Success Biblical/Theol. Foundations Biblical/Theol. Electives Revival History Ministry Foundations Practicum/Thesis TOTAL 3 15 27 9 15 6 75 Notes hours hours hours hours hours hours hours All Courses are 3 credit hours. * Courses marked with * are required. Revival Courses REVL 5013* Early Church to Reformation REVL 5023* Reformation to Azusa Street REVL 5033* Azusa Street to the Present Introductory Requirements GENL 1003* Academic Success Biblical Theological Foundations BTHE 5003* Intro to the Old Testament BTHE 5013* Intro to the New Testament BTHE 5023* Hermeneutics BTHE 5243* Systematic Theology 1 BTHE 5253* Systematic Theology 2 Practical Ministry Foundations PMIN 5003* Spiritual Formation/Disc. PMIN 5093* Five-fold Ministry Gifts PMIN 5133* Homiletics HEAL 5003* Physical Healing 1 HEAL 5023* Inner Healing 1 Biblical Theological Electives (choose 9) BTHE 5083 Gospels (Teachings of Jesus) BTHE 5093 Luke-Acts BTHE 5103 Ephesians BTHE 5123 Eschatology BTHE 5133 Biblical Prophecy BTHE 5143 Psalms BTHE 5163 Pentateuch BTHE 5173 Christian Theologies BTHE 5213 Pneumatology BTHE 5263 Pauline Epistles LANG 5003 Intro. to Biblical Languages LANG 5013 New Testament Greek I LANG 5023 New Testament Greek II LANG 5033 Old Testament Hebrew I LANG 5043 Old Testament Hebrew II Practicum/Thesis (choose 2) PRAC 5003 Practicum/Internship PRAC 5013 Advanced Ministry Practicum PRAC 5023 Advanced Research Project PRAC 5033 Missions Leadership PRAC 5043 Thesis Completion Students who are considering moving into post-graduate studies are strongly encouraged to include LANG courses in their academic programs. 5

Academic Programs Master of Divinity— Ministry Concentration Program Objectives By completing this program, students will be able to: Know the content and backgrounds of the Bible; Demonstrate an increased understanding and use of the spiritual gifts and the five-fold leadership giftings; Explain how the character of Christ is vital to one’s personal life and to one’s ministry and how he/she is growing in this area; Gain a foundational knowledge of the historical and theological elements of church history and their impact on the church today; and Be able to release the power of the Holy Spirit in situations requiring physical healing, emotional healing, and deliverance. Summary Academic Success Biblical/Theol. Foundations Biblical/Theol. Electives Revival History Ministry Foundations Ministry Electives Practicum/Thesis TOTAL 3 15 6 9 15 21 6 75 Introductory Requirements GENL 1003* Academic Success Notes hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours All Courses are 3 credit hours * Courses marked with * are required. Practical Ministry Foundations PMIN 5003* Spiritual Formation/Disc. PMIN 5093* Five-fold Ministry Gifts PMIN 5133* Homiletics HEAL 5003* Physical Healing 1 HEAL 5023* Inner Healing 1 Biblical Theological Foundations BTHE 5003* Intro to the Old Testament BTHE 5013* Intro to the New Testament BTHE 5023* Hermeneutics BTHE 5243* Systematic Theology 1 BTHE 5253* Systematic Theology 2 Practical Ministry Electives (choose 7) PMIN 5013 Christian Ethics PMIN 5023 Pastoral Care & Counseling PMIN 5033 Ministry Leadership PMIN 5043 Spiritual Gifts PMIN 5053 Worship & Renewal Studies PMIN 5063 Models of Church Planting PMIN 5073 Evangelism PMIN 5083 Evang./Disc. in Small Groups PMIN 5103 21st Century Apologetics PMIN 5113 Prophecy: Biblical and Today PMIN 5123 Intercession PMIN 5143 Becoming Like Jesus HEAL 5013 Physical Healing 2 HEAL 5033 Inner Healing 2 HEAL 5043 Deliverance 1 HEAL 5053 Deliverance 2 Biblical Theological Electives (2) BTHE 5083 Gospels (Teachings of Jesus) BTHE 5093 Luke-Acts BTHE 5103 Ephesians BTHE 5123 Eschatology BTHE 5133 Biblical Prophecy BTHE 5143 Psalms BTHE 5163 Pentateuch BTHE 5173 Christian Theologies BTHE 5213 Pneumatology BTHE 5263 Pauline Epistles LANG 5003 Intro. to Biblical Languages LANG 5013 New Testament Greek I LANG 5023 New Testament Greek II LANG 5033 Old Testament Hebrew I LANG 5043 Old Testament Hebrew II Practicum/Thesis (choose 2) PRAC 5003 Practicum/Internship PRAC 5013 Advanced Ministry Practicum PRAC 5023 Advanced Research Project PRAC 5033 Missions Leadership PRAC 5043 Thesis Completion Revival Courses REVL 5013* Early Church to Reformation REVL 5023* Reformation to Azusa Street REVL 5033* Azusa Street to the Present 6

Academic Programs Master of Arts — Pastoral Ministry Program Objectives By completing this program, students will be able to: Know the content and backgrounds of the Bible; Demonstrate an increased understanding and use of the spiritual gifts and the five-fold leadership giftings; Verbalize and operate in a biblical philosophy of pastoral ministry that embodies the love of Christ, the heart of Christ, and the methods of Christ; Be able to release the power of the Holy Spirit in situations requiring physical healing, emotional healing, and deliverance; and Gain a foundational knowledge of the historical and theological elements of church history and their impact on the church today. Summary Intro course Biblical/Theol. Foundation Revival History Ministry Requirements Ministry Electives Practicum/Thesis TOTAL 3 15 6 15 6 3 48 Notes hours hours hours hours hours hours hours All courses are 3 credit hours *Courses marked with * are required. Introductory Requirements GENL 1003* Academic Success Practical Ministry Electives (choose 2) PMIN 5013 Christian Ethics PMIN 5043 Spiritual Gifts PMIN 5053 Worship & Renewal Studies PMIN 5063 Models of Church Planting PMIN 5073 Evangelism PMIN 5083 Evangelism & Disc. Small Grps. PMIN 5093 Five-fold Ministry Gifts PMIN 5103 21st Century Apologetics PMIN 5113 Prophecy: Biblical and Today PMIN 5123 Intercession PMIN 5133 Homiletics PMIN 5143 Becoming Like Jesus HEAL 5013 Physical Healing 2 HEAL 5033 Inner Healing 2 HEAL 5043 Deliverance 1 HEAL 5053 Deliverance 2 Biblical Theological Foundations BTHE 5003* Intro to the Old Testament BTHE 5013* Intro to the New Testament BTHE 5023* Hermeneutics BTHE 5243* Systematic Theology 1 BTHE 5253* Systematic Theology 2 Revival Courses (choose 2) REVL 5013 Early Church to Reformation REVL 5023 Reformation to Azusa Street REVL 5033 Azusa Street to the Present Practical Ministry Foundations PMIN 5003* Spiritual Formation/Disc. PMIN 5023* Pastoral Care & Counseling PMIN 5033* Ministry Leadership HEAL 5003* Physical Healing 1 HEAL 5023* Inner Healing 1 Practicum/Internship (choose 1) PRAC 5003 Practicum/Internship PRAC 5013 Advanced Ministry Practicum PRAC 5023 Advanced Research Project PRAC 5033 Missions Leadership 7

Academic Programs Master of Arts — Evangelism Program Objectives By completing this program, students will be able to: Know the content and backgrounds of the Bible; Demonstrate an increased understanding and use of the spiritual gifts and the five-fold leadership giftings; Verbalize and operate in a biblical philosophy of evangelism that embodies the love of Christ, the heart of Christ, and the methods of Christ; Be able to release the power of the Holy Spirit in situations requiring physical healing, emotional healing, and deliverance; and Gain a foundational knowledge of the historical and theological elements of church history and their impact on the church today. Summary Intro courses Biblical/Theol. Foundation Revival History Ministry Requirements Ministry Electives Practicum/Thesis TOTAL 3 15 6 18 3 3 48 Notes All courses are 3 credit hours. *Courses marked with * are required. hours hours hours hours hours hours hours Introductory Requirements GENL 1003* Academic Success Biblical Theological Foundations BTHE 5003* Intro. to the Old Testament BTHE 5013* Intro. to the New Testament BTHE 5023* Hermeneutics BTHE 5243* Systematic Theology 1 BTHE 5253* Systematic Theology 2 Revival History Options (choose 2) REVL 5013 Early Church to Reformation REVL 5023 Reformation to Azusa Street REVL 5033 Azusa Street to the Present Practical Ministry Foundations PMIN 5073* Evangelism PMIN 5083* Evangelism & Disc. Small Grps. PMIN 5063* Models of Church Planting PMIN 5003* Spiritual Formation/Disc. HEAL 5003* Physical Healing 1 HEAL 5023* Inner Healing 1 8 Practical Ministry Elective (choose 1) PMIN 5013 Christian Ethics PMIN 5023 Pastoral Care & Counseling PMIN 5033 Ministry Leadership PMIN 5043 Spiritual Gifts PMIN 5053 Worship & Renewal Studies PMIN 5093 Five-fold Ministry Gifts PMIN 5103 21st Century Apologetics PMIN 5113 Prophecy: Biblical and Today PMIN 5123 Intercession PMIN 5133 Homiletics PMIN 5143 Becoming Like Jesus HEAL 5013 Physical Healing 2 HEAL 5033 Inner Healing 2 HEAL 5043 Deliverance 1 HEAL 5053 Deliverance 2 Practicum/Internship/Thesis (1) PRAC 5003 Practicum/Internship PRAC 5013 Advanced Ministry Practicum PRAC 5023 Advanced Research Project PRAC 5033 Missions Leadership

Academic Programs Master of Arts — Bible Program Objectives By completing this program, students will be able to: Know the content and backgrounds of the Bible; Be able to release the power of the Holy Spirit in situations requiring physical healing; and Gain a foundational knowledge of the historical and theological elements of church history and their impact on the church today. Summary Intro course Biblical/Theol. Foundations Revival History Practical Ministry Reqs. Practical Ministry Electives Biblical Theological Courses Practicum TOTAL 3 15 6 3 3 15 3 48 Notes All courses are 3 credit hours. *Courses marked with * are required. hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours Biblical Theo. Electives (choose 5) BTHE 5083 Gospels (Teachings of Jesus) BTHE 5093 Luke-Acts BTHE 5103 Ephesians BTHE 5123 Eschatology BTHE 5133 Biblical Prophecy BTHE 5143 Psalms BTHE 5163 Pentateuch BTHE 5173 Christian Theologies BTHE 5213 Pneumatology BTHE 5263 Pauline Epistles LANG 5003 Intro. to Biblical Languages LANG 5013 New Testament Greek I LANG 5023 New Testament Greek II LANG 5033 Old Testament Hebrew I LANG 5043 Old Testament Hebrew II Introductory Requirements GENL 1003* Academic Success Biblical Theological Foundations BTHE 5003* Intro. to the Old Testament BTHE 5013* Intro. to the New Testament BTHE 5023* Hermeneutics BTHE 5243* Systematic Theology 1 BTHE 5253* Systematic Theology 2 Revival History Courses (choose 2) REVL 5013 Early Church to Reformation REVL 5023 Reformation to Azusa Street REVL 5033 Azusa Street to the Present Practical Ministry Foundations HEAL 5003* Physical Healing 1 Practical Ministry Elective (choose 1) Choose from a PMIN or HEAL course Practicum/Internship (1) PRAC 5003 Practicum/Internship PRAC 5013 Advanced Ministry Practicum PRAC 5023 Advanced Research Project PRAC 5033 Missions Leadership Students who are considering moving to post-graduate studies are strongly encouraged to include LANG courses in their academic programs. 9

Academic Programs Master of Ministry Program Objectives This pre-doctoral program has been designed for those persons who desire to enter a GATS doctoral program and have completed a graduate degree that was in a field of study other than Bible or ministry. The 30 hours required in this program focus on Bible, theology, and practical renewal theology. They are intended to provide the requisite foundation needed for moving into ThD and DMin programs in Renewal Theology. Please note that some doctoral programs have specific language requirements that are not included in this program, but may be completed through GATS. Biblical Theological Foundations BTHE 5003 Intro. to the Old Testament BTHE 5013 Intro. to the New Testament BTHE 5023 Hermeneutics BTHE 5243 Systematic Theology 1 BTHE 5253 Systematic Theology 2 Biblical Theo. Electives (1 New Testament and 1 Old Testament) BTHE 5083 Gospels-Teachings of Jesus BTHE 5093 Luke-Acts BTHE 5103 Ephesians BTHE 5133 Biblical Prophecy BTHE 5143 Psalms BTHE 5163 Pentateuch BTHE 5263 Pauline Epistles Revival History Courses (choose 1) REVL 5013 Early Church to Reformation REVL 5023 Reformation to Azusa Street REVL 5033 Azusa Street to the Present Practical Ministry Foundations HEAL 5003 Physical Healing 1 Practical Ministry Elective (choose 1) Choose from a PMIN or HEAL course 10

Course Descriptions Biblical Theological Courses BTHE 5003 Introduction to the Old Testament This course lays the foundation for Old Testament study by providing a window into the historical, cultural, and geographical background, the literary and theological content and the practical relevance of the Old Testament. Students will be equipped with the necessary information, perspectives, and skills for using the Old Testament in effective Christian ministry so they embrace the Old Testament as relevant material for today and be moved by its themes to love God and people. BTHE 5013 Introduction to the New Testament This course provides a book survey and historical, cultural, literary, and theological overview of the New Testament for study and ministry. Special emphasis will be given to the supernatural and miraculous life of Jesus, the disciples, and the New Testament Church, through the breaking in of the Kingdom of God. The course will provide practical insights for ministry and personal spiritual life. Ultimately, the desire of this course is to stir the student in knowing and experiencing more of the kingdom of God. BTHE 5023 Hermeneutics Hermeneutics is the discipline of interpreting the Bible with the purpose of first, discovering, as far as possible, the intent of the original author and second, applying the lessons learned from the original author to one’s ministry context. Interpreting the Bible is meant to be an encounter with God through which we come to a deeper knowledge of who God is and His purposes revealed through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. To do this well requires the involvement of both the head and the heart. BTHE 5083 Gospels (Teachings of Jesus) This course prepares the student to read and interpret the Gospels in their historical, cultural, literary, and theological contexts and to apply them in a modern setting. BTHE 5093 Luke-Acts An examination of the books of Luke and Acts as a continuous narration telling one story: from the return of the Spirit to Israel, through the miraculous conception of Jesus and his earthly prophetic, saving ministry, to the continuation of his prophetic ministry by those on whom the Holy Spirit is poured out, with special attention to the mission “beyond the house of Israel,” that is, to the nations, blazed by the unique apostleship of one Saul of Tarsus become the apostle Paul. BTHE 5103 Ephesians This course prepares the student to read and interpret Ephesians in its historical, cultural, literary, and theological contexts and to apply it in a modern setting. BTHE 5123 Eschatology This course introduces both personal eschatology (what happens to people once they die) and cosmic eschatology (the end of the present age and what follows), laying a foundational understanding of human destiny that affects the way we live in the here and now. 11

Course Descriptions BTHE 5133 Biblical Prophecy A biblical examination of the ministry of prophecy and the office of the prophet. BTHE 5143 Psalms An exploration of the Book of Psalms as a catalyst for personal devotion and contemporary ministry. Giving attention to its original form and function within a worshipping and reading community will unlock its riches for life today both individually and corporately. Attention will be given to its historical setting, literary form, canonical shape, and biblical theological significance. Opportunities will be provided to hone skills for interpreting Hebrew poetry for life today as well as to create contemporary expressions based on the Psalms’ themes and forms BTHE 5163 Pentateuch This course explores the Pentateuch as a catalyst for personal devotion and contemporary ministry. Giving attention to its original form and function within a worshipping and reading community will unlock its riches for life today both individually and corporately. Attention will be given to its historical setting, literary form, canonical shape, and biblical theological significance. Opportunities will be provided to hone skills for interpreting the Old Testament for life today. BTHE 5173 Christian Theologies This course introduces the discipline of Historical Theology - the chronology of the formation of Christian doctrines. Christian Theologies has been developed to create a better ability to recognize heterodoxy and orthodoxy. There is a special focus on doctrines that were developed as a result of revivals. Students will also be introduced to the various major theologies or doctrines of the Church: Eastern and Western including Roman Catholic and Protestant denominations. BTHE 5213 Pneumatology The task of this course is to encourage a truly authentic experience (“knowledge”) of the Spirit based solidly on the biblical text. BTHE 5243 Systematic Theology 1 A survey of the overarching doctrines of the Bible in which the class examines the nature of authority and how it applies to scripture as well as looking at the major doctrines of God, Creation, Man, and Sin with an intentional focus upon the Trinitarian nature of God and the oft-neglected understanding of the Holy Spirit. BTHE 5253 Systematic Theology 2 A continuation of Systematic Theology 1 focusing on the areas of Christology, pneuma

Global Awakening Theological Seminary has been a dream in our hearts for many years. Our vision was to have a graduate school with faculty and students who seek to rightly divide the Word of God and who believe in the power of God to perform miracles, healings, signs and wonders. By connecting Global Awakening with Family of .

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