Man, Sin, & Holy Spirit

Michael H. Windsor

Man, Sin, & Holy Spirit is an introductory survey of theological anthropology (the doctrine of man), and hamartiology (the doctrine of sin), and pneumatology (the doctrine of the Holy Spirit). With due diligence given to the Course Requirements, students will leave this course with the ability to: a) identify the deity of the Holy Spirit; b) assimilate principles impacting the Christian life as a consequence of the work of the Holy Spirit; and c) analyze the Biblical data concerning man as a created and fallen being. 3 credit hours.

Dr. Michael Windsor serves as the Professor of Church History and the Director of Library Services at Virginia Beach Theological Seminary. He is a member of the original VBTS faculty and has served at the seminary since its first classes in 1996. Before coming to VBTS, Dr. Windsor ministered for 16 years as a pastor in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Dr. Windsor earned his academic degrees at University of Wisconsin-River Falls (BA, MA), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (MLIS), and Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Minneapolis (MDiv, ThM, ThD). Read more....

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20% – Course Reading (1500 pages)
80% – Writing (2 twelve-page research papers)

The textbooks below were required the last time this course was delivered. They are subject to change for the next delivery of this course.