Scholarship / Intership Opportunties
DEAF THEOLOGICAL CENTER
Currently a five-month program of classroom instruction and practical ministry experience to prepare students to serve in Deaf ministry. We do not offer any classes online because we believe that students learn best in a group cohort which involves dialogue and feedback. Students who complete the program and pass all classes in the BA or MA track will earn a total of 15 credit hours. Courses are taught in block schedules to allow for more effective instruction and learning.
This course will offer the student a basic study of biblical interpretation and application with the intent of applying insights gained to scripture crafting and storying for evangelism, discipleship, leadership training, and personal spiritual development.
A survey of the Old Testament, emphasizing historical, theological, and literary development.
A survey of the New Testament with emphasis historical, style and theological development.
A survey of major theological doctrines of Christianity, such as the Trinity, revelation, God, creation, sin, the fall of man, Christology, the Atonement, the Holy Spirit, the church, the Christian life, and eschatology.
This course will offer the student a basic biblical study of church planting as described in the New Testament and make application with the intent of applying insights gained to scripture crafting and storying on how to plant healthy, engaging, reproducing, Bible-centered churches in the cultural environment of Deaf communities.