Please download our list of RMSMT Spring 2019 Courses , to see what we are planning to offer and the required textbooks.
Spring 2019 Course Offerings
1. NT600 Introduction to the New Testament
- This online course surveys the contents and backgrounds of all the books of the Christian New Testament. This course begins January 20 and ends May 4 and is taught by Dr. Glenn Giles. This is a required core course for the following RMSMT Master’s Degrees: MA in Biblical Studies, MA in Christian Ministry, and MA in Biblical Studies with Languages. It is also a required course for the Graduate Certificate in Biblical Studies program. This course WILL be transferable into Lincoln Christian University programs.
2. CT611 Introduction to Christian Theology
- This online course surveys Christian theology and doctrine in the Bible both from an historical perspective as well as a systematic perspective. It gives an introduction to the key biblical beliefs that define the historic Christian faith (e.g. God, Christ, Holy Spirit, humanity, sin, salvation, etc.), with attention given to the credibility of such beliefs. This course is taught by Dr. Glenn Giles with Dr. Douglas Jacoby and Dr. Steve Kinnard. This course will begin January 27 and end May 18, 2019. This course IS slated to be transferable into Lincoln Christian University programs. This course is a core course in all Master of Arts courses. It is a required core course in the MA in Christian Counseling Degree Program.
3. OT611 Biblical Hebrew Grammar
- This online course consists of learning detailed elements of OT Hebrew Grammar in preparation for Hebrew Exegesis. Prerequisite: OT610. You cannot take this course if you did not take OT610 successfully this fall 2018. This course is NOT transferable into Lincoln Christian University Programs. This course is a required core course in the MA in Biblical Studies with Languages Degree Program. This course begins Feb. 10 and ends May 18, 2019.
4. PC680 Depression, Anxiety, and Mental Health Counseling
- This online course surveys current views on the causes and treatments for depression, anxiety, and mental health issues, and gives students guidance on how to counsel these issues from a distinctly biblical anthropology, examining these conditions from both spiritual and physiological perspectives. This course begins January 20 and ends May 11, 2019 and is taught by Dr. Gregg Marutzky. This course is a required course for the MA in Christian Counseling and can be used as an elective course in the MA in Biblical Studies, the MA in Biblical Studies with Languages, and the MA in Christian Ministry. This course will NOT be transferable into Lincoln Christian University programs.
5. CH600 Church History
- This course surveys the history of the Christian Church from its inception in the first century AD to today. This course will be a nine-week course beginning March 17 and continuing through May 17 and is taught by Dr. Steve Kinnard. This course is completely online with video lectures from Dr. Kinnard, online discussion, and other assignments. For this course students should plan on working about 18 hours per week for the duration of the nine weeks. This course is a required course in the MA in Biblical Studies, the MA in Biblical Studies with Languages, and the MA in Christian Ministry Programs.
To apply for admission and to register for our courses, please contact Dr. Glenn Giles at firstname.lastname@example.org.