Between enjoying a couple of weeks with my family and some ministry opportunities, this has been an enjoyable and busy summer. Summer officially came to an end last week. Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary‘s fall seminary program started on Monday evening, August 23, with our convocation dinner. The following day, we had orientation for new students and on Thursday, August 26, classes began.
This fall begins DBTS’s thirty-fifth year of operation and my twenty-eight year of teaching at the seminary. In God’s good providence, I have enjoyed twenty-seven profitable years at DBTS and am looking forward to another one. As has been the case for almost three decades, our students will have a heavy academic load this semester.
This fall I am teaching three classes: Hebrew Exegesis of Job, first semester of Elementary Hebrew Grammar, and Pentateuch. I have uploaded to my website the course requirements for each of these classes. If you still need the course requirements, or just want to see what these classes look like, you may get a concise overview for each class and then download the complete set of requirements by clicking any of the following links.