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Course Audit Opportunities
Course Audit Opportunities

Winter 2021 Virtual Course Audit Opportunities

Are you interested in seminary? Are you a church officer interested in continuing education? Are you a layperson interested in learning more about theology? Consider auditing an online course at Westminster Seminary California this fall through our discounted Listener's Pass rate! 

 


Winter 2021 Course Opportunities

PASTORAL ASPECTS OF CALVIN’S THEOLOGY (CH519)

Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, President & Professor Emeritus
January 12-15 | Tuesday-Friday 10:30-12:00pm & 1:00-2:30pm
1 credit hour | Online Only

Course Description:  This course will examine Calvin’s teaching on baptism as a key to Christian identity and life. The doctrine of baptism is a focal point for the Reformed understanding of covenant and election in Calvin and in later Reformed teaching. We will compare Calvin with some of those later Reformed teachers. This study should lead to a clearer understanding of Christian identity and the ministry of the church in our time.

INTRODUCTION TO REFORMED BIBLICAL THEOLOGY (NT/HT503)

Dr. Dennis E. Johnson, Professor Emeritus
January 19-22  | Tuesday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm
1 credit hour | Online Only

Course Description: This course will survey: (a) the origins of Reformed Biblical Theology in the history of biblical interpretation, specifically Patristic hermeneutics, Reformation and post-Reformation covenant theology, and the Enlightenment’s focus on Scripture’s human authorship and historical diversity, as these influences converge in the thought of Geerhardus Vos and his successors; (b) the theological presuppositions of Reformed Biblical Theology and their implications for biblical interpretation; (c) the outworking of Reformed Biblical Theology in the interpretation and proclamation of various genres of biblical literature.

ABUSE AND THE CHURCH (PT531)

Dr. Justin Holcomb, Visiting Professor
January 26-29 | Tuesday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm
1 credit hour | Online Only

Course Description:  This course explores how to prevent, recognize, and respond to sexual and domestic abuse. Specifically, it will focus on how to minister to those who are survivors of abuse, how to respond to perpetrators of abuse, how to respond in a crisis, and how to build a healthy church culture before there is a particular crisis. This course will be a study of various forms of violence and abuse and the theological and practical implications of the Gospel for these topics. We will investigate sexual assault and domestic violence to better understand each issue as well as the prevalence of the issue and effects on survivors. We will explore how the Gospel offers help, hope, and healing to survivors. This course will focus on theological engagement and practical engagement.


Registration Options

1) Register to audit with a Listener's Pass ($75) 

2) Register to Audit as a WSC Alum (Free) 

3) Apply to take the course as a Visiting or Non-Matriculating Student (for academic credit) These courses are available for graduate level academic credit from Westminster Seminary California at the regular tuition rate of $495 per credit hour for students admitted to a WSC degree program or as a Visiting or Non-Matriculating student. The deadline to submit an application for any course is the day prior to the first day of each class.  Upon admission, you will be provided with registration information for this course.

If you have questions about the registration options or application process, you are welcome to email or call 888-480-8474 Ryan Thomas for help.