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We have a great offering of courses this spring / summer. Courses are available to take for credit or audit.
Registration for current students opens on myHeritage January 30. Deadline to apply is March 31.

Contact our seminary registrar for late application availability.

FOR CREDIT:

  • Current Students – Click Here to register on myHeritage.
  • New Students – Click Here to complete an application to your program of choice at Heritage Theological Seminary.

AUDIT (non-credit, no assignments):

  • We encourage you to discover learning at Heritage with an audit course.
  • Courses taken for interest are not graded and do not count toward a Heritage degree which means assignments or exams!
  • Click Here to complete a Non-Credit Registration Form.

Courses Offered Summer 2017

Multi-modal

Two full days in class. The remainder of course content is delivered online.

Module

One week of class.

On Location

British Evangelicalism

THH604-1 (Seminary)

  • May 5th and June 2nd (Fridays)
  • 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Dr. Michael Haykin
Dr. Michael Haykin

One of the major influences on Canadian Evangelicalism has been the English Evangelical tradition. This course, which can be taken in conjunction with the May tour of England being promoted by Heritage Theological Seminary, will examine the roots of this tradition through the work and thought of such English Evangelicals as William Tyndale, John Owen, George Whitefield and Charles Wesley, and Andrew Fuller.

Gospel of Matthew

BNT621-4 (Seminary)

BNT320-1 (College)

  • May 6th and June 17th (Saturdays)
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dr. Wayne Baxter
Dr. Wayne Baxter

The Gospel of Matthew has occupied a place of enormous influence among the four canonical Gospels for most of the history of biblical scholarship. This course explores Matthew’s Gospel in its social, historical, and religious contexts in order to understand its message and apply its teaching to the church today. Topics of special interest include Matthew’s Christology, the nature of prophecy and fulfillment, and the Mosaic Law.

Blueprint: A Framework for the Discipleship of Men

PAS503-1 (Seminary)

MIN283-1 (College)

  • May 6th and June 24th (Saturdays)
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Mr. Kirk Giles
Mr. Kirk Giles

This course explores the biblical design and role of men, and the importance of the discipleship of men in shaping healthy families and churches. Students will understand how to address the primary spiritual battles men face. Blueprint will provide a practical framework to assist church leaders to personally disciple another man, build a church culture that will impact men’s lives, and build a disciple making men’s ministry.

Christology in Contemporary Theology

THS612-1 (Seminary)

THE412-1 (College)

  • May 13th and June 10th (Saturdays)
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dr. Dale Dawson
Dr. Dale Dawson

This course examines the doctrine of the person and work of Jesus Christ. With the Old and New Testament Scriptures as the foundation, this course will focus upon the controversies in the early church leading to the affirmation of the deity of Christ, the Chalcedonian definition, and the question of the uniqueness of Christ in the twentieth century, including as well various important approaches to the doctrine of the atonement. Some attention will also be given to the integration of this doctrine and its proclamation in the preaching of the church.

Spiritual Care & Counselling

PCS530-1 (Seminary)

  • May 8th – 12th
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Mrs. Nancy Wahl
Mrs. Nancy Wahl

This course explores the dual roles of pastoral care and counseling, including the development of a “pastoral care worldview,” and the exploration of the “redemptive” power of the pastoral encounter. It includes a study of the principles and methods of brief pastoral counseling and instruction in the use of Solution-Focused techniques or interventions, practical assignments requiring interaction with individuals, and an instructional lab.

Kingdom through Covenant

THS618-1 (Seminary)

THE413-1 (College)

  • June 5th – 9th
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dr. Stephen Wellum
Dr. Stephen Wellum

This course is a study of the nature of biblical theology and its relationship to systematic theology with a special focus on the arbitration of biblical and theological systems in evangelical theology, specifically the theological systems of dispensational and covenant theology.

Contemporary Christian Apologetics

THS690-5 (Seminary)

THE351-5 (College)

  • May 13th and June 10th (Saturdays)
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dr. Steve West
Dr. Steve West

This course is designed to prepare believers in to defend their faith. It focuses on arguments and evidence for the truthfulness of Christianity, as well as engages with objections to the faith. Through this course students will grow in their ability and confidence to properly defend the Christian faith.

Theological Foundations I

THS501-2 (Seminary)

  • June 3rd and June 24th (Saturdays)
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dr. Stan Fowler
Dr. Stan Fowler

Survey the major areas of Christian theology from a conservative evangelical perspective. This first course will deal with theological method; the nature and works of God; the Bible as divine revelation; humanity as created and fallen; and the person of Christ.