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“Training Disciple-Making Leaders”

Southeastern Seminarywww.sebts.edu

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Objectives

The student will…

  Understand and be able to trace the history of the Christian

articulation of the doctrines covered in the course.

  Gain a familiarity with the contemporary discussion of the doctrines

covered in the course.

  Express and explain the biblical theology of the doctrines covered in

the course.

 Develop an attitude of submission to the authority of the Bibleincluding a commitment to reading it regularly.

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Resources

  Weekly classroom lectures

  Moodle 

  www.stevemckinion.com  

  Reading assignments from the textbooks

  Small group discussions

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Textbooks

  D. Akin, Theology for the Church 

  J. Hammett, Biblical Foundations for Baptist Churches  

 S. McKinion, Life and Practice in the Early Church 

  NT Wright, Surprised by Hope  

  T. Schreiner, The Lord’s Supper  

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Exams

Three (3) non-cumulative examinations

evaluating both the level of information

retained by the student and the ability to

synthesize that material. All exams will be taken on Moodle. No make-up

exams will be given for reasons other 

than illness or death in the family. No

exams will be given late. Ever.

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Weekly Papers

Each week you will write a one‐page

single spaced paper on the topic

listed at Moodle. These will be

submitted via Moodle. No lateentries will be accepted for any

reason. Ever. For any reason. Period.

Don’t ask.

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Online Videos

  Videos will be posted throughout the semester at

www.stevemckinion.com 

  Students will watch the videos and expect a quiz

related to them

  Announcements of the postings will be made via

Moodle

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Book Review

Graduate Students Only: A 1000-word

critical review of NT Wright, Surprised 

by Hope  

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OPTIONAL

In order to qualify for an A in the course,

students are required to write a five-page

double-spaced answer to the question,

“Who can baptize?”

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Academic Integrity

Students are expected to reflect the high standard of 

academic integrity as spelled out in the catalogue and

Student Handbook of the Southeastern BaptistTheological Seminary. Plagiarism or academic theft of 

any kind will not be tolerated. If discovered, thestudent will receive an automatic failing grade with no

chance for absolution. Above all, seminary students

ought to practice the highest in academic integrity.There is no excuse for anything less.

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Grade Scale

A = 95-100

B = 86-94

C = 77-85

D = 68-76

F = below 68

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Classroom policies

  Students are expected to attend classes. Astudent absent more than one-fourth of thetotal number of classes will receiveautomatically a grade of “F.”

  No eating in class. Coffee is encouraged.Other beverages are fine as well.

  TURN off cell phones. The professor willanswer phones that ring in class.

  No hats are to be worn in class.

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Contact infoProfessor 

  [email protected] 

  stevemckinion.com 

  Twitter.com/stevemckinion 

  Facebook.com/stevemckinion 

Teaching Fellow

  [email protected] 

Assistant – Mrs. PeggyLoafman

  [email protected] 

  919.761.2140

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Course Outline

See Moodle for weekly readings and assignments.

Students should consult the course Moodle pageoften. You will read all the textbooks, and you

are free to begin reading before the beginning of 

the semester in preparation. ALWAYS read

PRIOR TO coming to class.


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