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The Auditor Program is design for those interested in taking master’s level courses at the Seminary without enrolling in a degree program or receiving credit. This option is designed for alumni, clergy, and lay leaders seeking continuing education opportunities. Students who already have earned a bachelor’s degree may apply to be an Auditor, a status …
View course details “VTS List of Courses for Auditors at the Master’s Level”
3 days of robust engagement about what it means to be Dwelling Places for God online, in pews, and in our communities. About this Event This conference is brought to you by Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary After a year of forced migration to all-digital platforms and programming, do we see the work of …
View course details “8th Annual eFormation Online Conference: Dwelling Places for God”
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WYB5204H Summary: This course will combine close textual and exegetical analysis of the Hebrew Bible (Isaiah) with attention to methodology. These chapters of Isaiah are selected as they model well the transition from early literary-critical to form and redaction-critical exegesis, and newer canonical approaches. The time will be devoted to close reading of the …
View course details “Isaiah-Hebrew Exegesis and Method”
WYB1012Y Summary: The goal of the course is to equip both students training for designated ministry and those students who wish to continue in advanced degree studies with a working knowledge of biblical Hebrew, as well as for subsequent study in syntax and exegesis. The course itself takes the full academic year (Fall and …
View course details “Introduction to Biblical Hebrew”