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This section provides information about ATLAS including background, board of directors and oversight, faculty, certification standards, and curriculum summaries.

This course is a study of the first five books of the Old Testament - their historical context, literary structure, and theological messages.  The motifs which run throughout Scripture originate here, including: God's character, creation, Messiah, holiness and sin, righteousness and judgment, and redemption.  A deeper knowledge of the Pentateuch will yield deeper insights into the rest of Scripture.

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This is the first of three courses in the Sacramental Theology Triad.

This course provides a biblical and exegetical framework for understanding the meaning of the Eucharist.  Within Anglicanism, there are at least four streams of emphasis which arise from this biblical basis.  Each stream will be examined, with the aim of raising the student's understanding of each of them, as well as helping the student to clarify his/her own theological emphasis within this Anglican landscape.

Required Textbooks:

Evangelical Eucharistic Thought in the Church of England

and

A Scriptural Theology of Eucharistic Blessings

An eBook version of A Scriptural Theology is also available for $23.99 at Bloomsbury Publishing  eBook Link 


and

Understanding Four Views of the Lord's Supper

This course was taught at the MDiv level at Olivet Seminary. 

This course is currently being edited so that it can be added to this ATLASonline site.  Expected date for availability here is Summer 2017.

This course integrates biblical and theological study with practical exercises in order to provide students with both knowledge and experiences to foster Christian maturity.  This course focuses on understanding Christlikeness, nurturing personal spiritual formation, and discerning gifts and callings which will promote the maturity of the community of faith.

Course objectives:

  1. To provide a biblical, Christological, and pneumatic theology for discipleship.
  2. To provide practical guides for the integration of this content into the student's own character formation.
  3. To provide studies and practicums which will further the student's grasp of his/her gifts and callings, and which will further the student's maturity so as to be better able to fulfill them.
  4. To guide the student in reflection and the development of a rule of life which will aid in the continuation of growth into the future.