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SPRINGFIELD CAMPUS

2106 Park Plaza Dr, Springfield, TN 37172

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1. Objective:

The Old Testament Survey course aims to offer an introduction to the books of the Old Testament so that students can read them with the due understanding and a capacity for biblical reading treating the text as the church has received the canonical text. This introduction covers two areas: an introduction - general overview of the Old Testament and a general overview of each book. The first deals with topics that cover the entire testament, aspects like text and canon. The second deals with individual books. Our Introduction will focus on book by book.
A. General characteristics of the course i. School day: Tuesday ii. Date: From August 13 to November 19 iii. Time: 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. iv. Address: 2106 Park Plaza Drive - Springfield, TN 37172-3937 v. Tel: 615-384-8197 vi. Semester: Fall 2019

2. Course Level:

CERTIFICATE THREE HOURS Tuition: $ 100. This includes books. Required books: An Introduction To The Old Testament by Raymon B. Dillard Hardcover: 480 pages Publisher: Zondervan; Later Printing edition (December 22, 1994) ISBN-10: 0310432502 ISBN-13: 978-0310432500 https://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Old-Testament-Tremper-Longman/dp/0310432502/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=old+testament+survey+by+tremper+longman+iii&qid=1562863201&s=gateway&sr=8-3

Introducing The Old Testament by Clyde T. Fransico Hardcover: 301 pages Publisher: Broadman Press; Revised edition (June 1, 1977) ISBN-10: 0805412131 ISBN-13: 978-0805412130 https://www.amazon.com/Introducing-Old-Testament-Clyde-Francisco/dp/0805412131/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Introducing+the+Old+Testament+by+Clyde+T.+Francisco&qid=1562874551&s=gateway&sr=8-1

Other materials prepared by the instructor will also be used to complement the teaching in class.

3. CLASSES

THESE WILL GO THROUGH THE ESTABLISHED CALENDAR. IN CASE OF PROBLEMS WITH TIME, THE CBCT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL ANY KIND. AS A REFERENCE, THE ROBERTSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION GUIDELINES WILL BE USED FOR CLASS CANCELLATION. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 615-384-8197.

4. Instructor Information

Matt Warren Emails: matt.warren@thegrove431.com Phones: (615)382-1522 RCBA Office Fax: 615-384-3327

5. Outline/ Course Calendar

August 20: First Day Of Class October 14-18: No Class October 22: No Class

6. Qualification

90 to 100 - A 80-89 - B 70-79 - C 60-69 - D Less than 60 is F A minimum of "D" is required to pass the course. I - Incomplete - In case the student receives a grade of "Incomplete", he must complete the missing project in no more than three months after finishing the class in order to obtain an approval grade. Otherwise, you will receive a "F" of disapproval.

7. Special Project

Each student will have the responsibility to carry out a special project that will be approved by the instructor. This project consists of two parts: 1) an oral presentation in class of 15 minutes and 2) a written presentation of what was learned in this project (2 pages by hand or typed) of double line. Both parties must be complete by April 30, 2018. The written part represents 50% of the value of this project and the oral part the remaining 50%. The oral presentations of said project will be made on April 2. Calculation of the final grade Attendance and participation in classes - 20%. After two absences a written justification is required. Special Project - 40% Final Exam - 40% Total: 100% 7. PRACTICAL WORK Each HSCM student must exercise a ministry sponsored by their local church. This must be selected and agreed upon with the senior pastor of your church. the pastor will serve as a mentor in this ministry. At the end of each year, the student must present a certified report (SIGNED) by the pastor of the same in order to continue their studies the following period or to graduate. This is a requirement for all students.

8. Calculation of the final grade

Attendance and participation in classes - 20%. After two absences a written justification is required. Special Project - 40% Final Exam - 40% Total: 100%

9. Practical Work

Each HSCM student must exercise a ministry sponsored by their local church. This must be selected and agreed upon with the senior pastor of your church. the pastor will serve as a mentor in this ministry. At the end of each year, the student must present a certified report (SIGNED) by the pastor of the same in order to continue their studies the following period or to graduate. This is a requirement for all students.

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