Online Course Now Available
Three online courses are available to enrolled Moody Theological Seminary and Graduate School–Michigan students for the Winter 2010 Semester. The courses will be taught by faculty from Moody Theological Seminary and Graduate School, Chicago.
If you are not enrolled at MTS–Michigan yet, contact our admissions department for more information.
BI-6606—Acts—3 credit hours
This course is an analysis of the historical and progressive development of God’s plan of redemption as it is written in the book of Acts. This course includes a study of the strategy and techniques of the early church in reaching the world for Christ.
BI-6608—Life of Christ—3 credit hours
This course is an analysis of the major events and teachings in the life of Jesus Christ. It includes a study of the religious and historical backgrounds that contribute to understanding the New Testament.
ST-5501—Systematic Theology 1—3 credit hours
This course is an introduction to the principal features of bibliology and Trinitarianism (theology proper, Christology, Pneumatology). It includes a study of the identity and works of the Persons of the Godhead. This course also includes a systematic study of the biblical presentation of these doctrines.
Enrolled students can register on the student portal just like you would for any other course. The online courses are at the end of the registration list, and are listed in the room DL-ONLINE.
After you register, your information will be put into the system. You will be contacted with information for online access (most likely after January 1 but before the beginning on the Winter semester). Syllabus, requirements, etc. can be accessed online after you receive the online access.
If you have questions, please contact the Admissions or Registrar's office.
Online Course FAQs
1) Can new students take these courses? Our beginning Hermeneutics, course 100 is a prerequisite to all of these courses. Also, 105 is a prerequisite to the English Bible electives. So only those who have the equivalent of these in past coursework may enroll for these courses.
2) Do you know which of these courses will be electives and which ones are required courses for the MDiv? The Systematic Theology course is the equivalent of 402 Bibliology & Trinitarianism which is required in all programs. The English Bible courses are electives.
3) Are there any pre-requisites for the courses? Yes. 100 for all. 105 for Acts and Life of Christ.
4) Is Systematic Theology a subsitute for our 402 Bibliology & Trinitarianism? It is the equivalent course.