MBS Theology Seminar

Michael H. Windsor

Spring 2021 | Online Only | 3 credit hours

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.

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% – Reading (1200 pages)
35% – Theological Outlines (weekly)
15% – Peer Evaluations
25% – Final Project