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Spring 2018 Course Offerings for RMSMT Featured

Tuesday, 07 November 2017 22:30

We at the Rocky Mountain School of Ministry and Theology (RMSMT) are pleased to announce the following four completely online Master's Degree level course offerings for this Spring Semester 2018 which begins January 14, 2018 and ends May 12, 2018:

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2. GB615 Biblical Hermeneutics and Exegesis (3 credit hours) by Dr. Glenn Giles. This course consists of a survey of resources, principles and methods of interpreting the Bible with special emphasis on contemporary hermeneutical approaches. This course is slated to be eligible for transfer into Lincoln Christian University MA programs. This course will extend throughout the entire semester.

3. NT651 The Life and Teachings of Jesus the Messiah by Dr. Steve Kinnard. This class is an in-depth study of Jesus' teachings and life as depicted in the four gospels of the Bible. This course is slated to be eligible for transfer into Lincoln Christian University MA programs. This course will extend throughout the entire semester.

4. PC600 Pastoral Care and Counseling by Dr. Timothy Sumerlin. This course attempts to open avenues of insight and service through pastoral care and counseling. The students explore Biblical, historical and contemporary materials to apply to the pastoral function with a healthy interface of theology and psychology. Numerous specific applications will be made in such areas of concern as crisis intervention, marital, premarital, and family counseling, and cross-cultural counseling. The students' own lives and experiences are seen as a base for developing competence in a healing counseling ministry. This course is eligible for transfer into Lincoln Christian University MA programs and will also apply to our upcoming new MA in Christian Counseling program (more information coming on this soon). This course will be a concentrated course of around 8 weeks. The exact dates will be announced later.

If you wish to audit these courses or take them for credit for MA programs at RMSMT or for transfer to LCU, please contact Dr. Glenn Giles at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register. Each course fee is $600 for first world students and $150 for third world students.

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