Join us for These Upcoming Modular Courses!

Taylor Seminary makes a number of courses available in a one-week intensive format each year as a way of making theological education more accessible to working students. The schedule for upcoming modular courses is as follows:

May 6-10, 2019
May 13-17, 2019


Spring Session

(May 6-10 and May 13-17)

OT 614 Wisdom Literature  - May 6-10
A detailed examination of the books of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiates and the Song of Songs.
Instructor: Dr. Jerry Shepherd
3 Credits

PL 633 Essentials of Christian Leadership - May 6-10
An examination of what constitutes Christian leadership, how leaders are developed and how leadership styles are engaged. In this practicum course, students will also be expected to engage the practice of leadership in local ministry. The goal of this course is to take leadership out of the realm of theory and focus on the practical applications of leadership within local ministry.
Instructors: Dr. Terry Fossen and Dr. Cory Seibel
3 Credits
Required for the MDiv degree

TH 634 Christian Apologetics - May 13-17
An introduction to the rational defense of the Christian faith including both the identification of evidence or grounds for Christian belief as well as evidence against non-Christian beliefs. We will also consider the biblical grund of apologetics, different models of apologetics, and the specific apologetic challenges of modernism and postmodernism.
Instructor: Dr. Randal Rauser
3 Credits
Can fulfill a requirement for the MDiv degree

TH 526 Christian Ethics - May 13-17
A study drawing on the biblical and theological resources of the Christian tradition for the development of Christian ethical reflection and the formation of Christian character in a post-Christian context.
Instructor: Dr. David Williams
3 Credits
Required for the MTS Degree
Can fulfill a requirement for the MDiv degree

Remember -

All courses are available for audit (for half price) if space is available. Also, graduates with a degree from Taylor Seminary are entitled to return to take one course each academic year at no cost (except for fees).