New Foundation Theological Seminary Doctoral Program – Curriculum

Doctrines of the Bible I B-631

This course deals with the study of the Bible doctrine. It will help many to understand the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith. The students will discover how what they believe applies to their life today.

Christian Philosophy B-680

This course offers an introduction into the philosophical issues that face defenders of the Christian Faith.

Old Testament Survey B-601

A survey of the Bible Genesis to MalachI.

Theology III T-625

This course examines the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. This course is far more in-depth that Advanced Christian Theology and requires research and writing in the area of the contours of Christian Theology.

Introduction to Nouthetic Counseling I N – 560

This course examines a form of Evangelical Protestant pastoral counseling based solely upon the Bible and focused on Christ. It repudiates mainstream psychology and psychiatry as humanistic, fundamentally opposed to Christianity, and radically
secular.

Theology IV T-626

This course examines the systematic theology of the Christian understanding of God. Students learn about the nature, reality, character and work of God This course is a continuation of General Theology III.

Christian Education I T-650

This course introduces the student to various aspects of Christian education. Any student desiring to teach or administer Christian education should complete this course.

Church Administration M-621

The Christian organization is examined from the standpoint of management. Principles of leadership and management are discussed. Planning, bookkeeping, accounting and control as characteristics needed for good leadership are also discussed.

Dissertation B – 680

The Dissertation Project is the highlight of the Doctoral program in the Department Of Religious Education.

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