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Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges / Seminaries' started by UZThD, Dec 22, 2006.
sorry. made a mistake.
We is proud of our MDiv program!
Note de emphasis on Biblical languages and practical ministry experience which fill fully a quarter of our class time.
Old Testament (9;00-11:30 AM)
New Testament (11:45-1:00)
Christian Theology (2:30-1:00)
Church History (1:00- 1:30)
Hebrew Grammar & Exegesis (2:30-4:30)
Greek Grammar & Exegesis (4:30-6PM)
Pastoral Ministries (9:00-9:30)
Biblical Interpretation (9:30-10:30)
Educational Ministry (10:30-11:30)
Philosophy of Religion (12noon-1:00)
Mentored Ministry Experience (2:30-4PM)
Sounds like it covers everything...and to think, I wasted 4 years of my life on an MDIV.
Just out of curiosity, is there a seminar the following morning...maybe I can pick up a DMIN as well?
Sign me up! :laugh:
jumpin before looking
wow..quick responses! : www.southernbaptistschool.com
But the lower masters is a prereq for the48 hrs. After I read more carefully I apologized and tried to delete!
So, total=a solid 90!
I'll try to read first and jump second from now on. Any others join me? :laugh:
ummm, let's see what other mistakes get such quick responses:
Trinity of Newburgh gets RA?
Masters School of Divinity merges with The Masters Seminary?
Covington starts a new policy of hiring only accredited PhDs?
Andersonville grad is hired to teach Hebrew at TEDS?
Look at all the fun I could have.
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
What a laugh!!!
Wait a minute...someone said they wasted 4 years? How did you manage to get an M.Div. in just 4 years?
I somehow managed to cram my M.Div. into 8 1/2 years.
Where was this 48 hour deal when i needed it?!?!?!?!:laugh:
I'm guessing you'll have to give up one of your breaks and a lunch if you want a Doctors. You may also be asked to miss the longest class in the MDiv program, GRADUATION. However, your degree may be questioned if you miss GRADUATION.
It was a total of 8, counting my BA.
OH...ok, it was a total of 14 1/2 counting my BA!
Yep, i took the scenic route!
I thought only us cab drivers went the 'scenic route'. :thumbsup: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
'A' . . .