Here is your last chance to register for the August 3-7 Greenville Seminary Summer Institute mapping out the "Flow of the Psalms."
The Institute will focus on understanding and preaching the richness of the Book of Psalms. Do you find it difficult to grasp any sense of order in the Psalter? Have trouble locating the right psalm for a particular need? Since the time of Augustine until today, the Psalms have been read as individually wrapped treasures that stand alone rather than having inner connections within the book as a whole.
The Institute is designed to provide those in church leadership with an opportunity for instruction in key areas of ministry and on topics of unique and timely interest. Pastors may find it useful for satisfying requirements for continuing education. For laymen, it serves as a special opportunity for enrichment in their spiritual and intellectual lives. The annual five-day seminar also offers participants a time of inspirational fellowship with other serious Christians in a seminary setting.
Throughout the whole, the promised Messiah and his universal reign provide a unifying focus. Charts displaying the structure inherent in each of the five Books of the Psalter make it possible to visualize the progression in redemptive truth from Psalm 1 to Psalm 150.
Registration is now available on the GPTS web site. You may also register by phoning (864) 322-2717 ext. 318. Registration deadline is July 24. Tuition for the Summer Institute is $250. We offer a $25 discount off multiple registrations from the same church. This discount will be distributed as a cash refund when you arrive for class. Pastors who take the course are eligible for 30 continuing education units.
Download a brochure (PDF) here for information on lodging and more. View/download the seminar syllabus here.
Book NoteBooks of interest in connection with the Summer Institute make be found here at the seminary's online bookshop.
Summer Theology Course
The GPTS Summer Program also includes an elective course on the Septuagint. The course will be taught on July 20, 22, 24, 27, and 29. Prerequisites for this class taught by Dr. Sidney Dyer, GPTS professor of Greek and New Testament, are Beginning Greek II and Hebrew II. The course is an introduction to the vocabulary, grammar and syntax of the Septuagint. Special emphasis is upon the use of the Old Testament by the New Testament writers. The course is highly recommended for those pursuing Th.M. and Th.D. degrees.
Tuition and fees are $428. The class may be audited for $60. To register, contact the Registrar's Office at 864-322-2717 ext 302 or email email@example.com.