Man, Sin, & Holy Spirit

ERIC J. LEHNER
Michael H. Windsor

Fall 2020 | Tuesdays 9:00a–12:15p | Online Option | 3 credit hours

Man, Sin, and the Holy Spirit is an introduction to the biblical doctrines of anthropology, hamartiology, and pneumatology. As a result of attending the lectures, participating in class and small group discussions, completing the reading, and writing the position papers, the student will be able to: a) demonstrate comprehension of the scope of the biblical doctrines of humanity, sin and the Holy Spirit; b) assess the validity of a theological position in terms relative to its corresponding theological method; c) justify theological conclusions on the ground of contextually interpreted passages of Scripture; and d) compose theological expressions in terms that are conscious of and consistent with one’s own methodological principles.

Dr. Eric Lehner is the Academic Dean and Professor of Theology at Virginia Beach Theological Seminary. He has taught at VBTS since 2005 in a variety of roles as Graduate Assistant, Assistant Professor of Historical Theology, and Associate Professor of Historical Theology. Dr. Lehner earned his academic degrees at Tennessee Temple (BA), Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv), Virginia Beach Theological Seminary (ThM), and Clark Summit University (PhD). Read more....

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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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25% – Course Reading
25% – Quizzes (weekly)
50% – Position Papers (3 @ 5–6 pages each)



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