MBS Theology Seminar

Daniel K. Davey

Spring 2020

Online Only

M.B.S. Theology Seminar is a structured study with the objective of articulating a comprehensive theological position statement. This internet-directed course of study includes elective reading, weekly written projects, and a comprehensive position paper. As a result of taking this class, the student will a) demonstrate the ability to correlate the data of systematic theology in a fashion that demonstrates internal consistency; b) be able to organize and articulate the results of theological research on an analytical level; c) correlate biblical data with the conclusions of his doctrinal statement; d) be able to constructively interact with colleagues by analyzing the theological work of peers, assimilating the critiques of colleagues, and demonstrating improved theological expressions as a result; and e) formulate a clearly articulated and comprehensive written doctrinal statement. 3 credit hours.

Dr. Daniel Davey is the President and Professor of Bible Exposition at Virginia Beach Theological Seminary. He has taught students and led the seminary since 1995. In 2015, after 33 years of pastoral ministry at Colonial Baptist Church, Dr. Davey resigned from the senior pastorate to focus his full-time efforts on the presidency of Virginia Beach Theological Seminary. Dr. Davey earned his academic degrees at Liberty University (BA), Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Minneapolis (MDiv), Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary (ThM), and Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Minneapolis (ThD). Read more....

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25% – Reading (1200 pages)
30% – Theological Outlines (weekly)
15% – Peer Evaluations
30% – Final Project