RTS DOCTOR OF MINISTRY PROGRAM

RTS Charlotte

SUMMER 2018

July 9 - 13, 2018
Calvin's Pastoral Theology
Dr. Derek Thomas

03DM861 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens April 1


An examination of the Pastoral Theology of John Calvin and its relevance for ministry in the twenty-first century. This will dominate in a grasp of The Institutes of the Christian Religion.The integration of theological principles and pastoral application will be the central role of the course.

July 16 - 20, 2018
Preaching the General Epistles
Dr. Brandon Crowe
03DM883 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens April 1


The General Epistles (James–Jude) contains some of the most neglected books in the New Testament. Yet these epistles have a contemporary word for the church today. The purpose of this class is to equip you to grasp the message of these epistles more fully, with an eye to contemporary application. We will thus consider both exegetical and practical issues arising from these texts.

July 30, 2018 - January 15, 2019 - Online course
Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies
Dr. S. Donald Fortson

03DM901 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens April 1


This online course will assist the student to understand the required components of the DMin Project and to prepare an acceptable Project Proposal.  As an outcome of the course, students will write the first draft of a Project Proposal with bibliography and be prepared to submit this draft to the DMin committee on their home campus – Charlotte or Orlando. 

WINTER 2019

January 7 - 11, 2019
Scripture, Authority & Origins of the NT Canon
Dr. Michael Kruger

03DM876 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens November 1



January 14 - 18, 2019
The Life and Theology of Jonathan Edwards
Dr. David Filson
03DM860 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens November 1



January 30, 2019 - July 15, 2019 - Online course
Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies
Dr. S. Donald Fortson

03DM901 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens November 1


This online course will assist the student to understand the required components of the DMin Project and to prepare an acceptable Project Proposal.  As an outcome of the course, students will write the first draft of a Project Proposal with bibliography and be prepared to submit this draft to the DMin committee on their home campus – Charlotte or Orlando. 


RTS Orlando

SUMMER 2018

July 16 - 20, 2018
Church Growth & Renewal: Leading the Healthy and Growing Church
Dr. Sandy Willson

02DM804 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens April 1


In this course we will attempt to grow in our understanding of what a healthy and growing church is and how we can more effectively lead her toward greater health and growth.  Our primary resource will be the Scriptures, and we will also look to various theological and cultural commentators, as well as our shared experiences as current leaders and practitioners.  Topics will include church and culture, evangelism, discipleship, worship, preaching, teaching, missions,, and various aspects of pastoral leadership.

July 23 - 27, 2018
Preaching from the Gospels
Dr. Bob Cara
02DM878 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens April 1


This course will include an overview of the content and theological emphases of each Gospel, various hermeneutical issues related to interpreting and preaching the Gospels, and strategies for preaching through a Gospel.

July 30, 2018 - January 15, 2019 - Online course
Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies
Dr. S. Donald Fortson

03DM901 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens April 1


This online course will assist the student to understand the required components of the DMin Project and to prepare an acceptable Project Proposal.  As an outcome of the course, students will write the first draft of a Project Proposal with bibliography and be prepared to submit this draft to the DMin committee on their home campus – Charlotte or Orlando. 

WINTER 2019
January 7 - 11, 2019
Preaching from the Pentateuch
Dr. John Currid
02DM886 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens November 1




January 14 - 18, 2019
Reformed Pastoral Theology
Dr. Sinclair Ferguson

02DM862 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens November 1



July 30, 2018 - January 15, 2019 - Online course
Doctoral Project and Research Methodologies
Dr. S. Donald Fortson

03DM901 - 
Syllabus - Registration opens November 1


This online course will assist the student to understand the required components of the DMin Project and to prepare an acceptable Project Proposal.  As an outcome of the course, students will write the first draft of a Project Proposal with bibliography and be prepared to submit this draft to the DMin committee on their home campus – Charlotte or Orlando. 


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