Dr. Ryan McGraw will be offering his elective course on Reformed Scholasticism again from August 17-18 and 21-22.
This course introduces students to classic Reformed theology from A.D. 1560-1800, most of which is buried in Latin texts. The course treats the international context of the development of Reformed theology as well as how Reformed orthodoxy drew the best material from the entire Christian tradition to add precision, depth, and devotional warmth to theology. In addition, a significant part of the course teaches proper research methodology, which is designed to improve study and writing skills in students.
"My aims are to help recover classic Reformed thought, to promote good historical method, and to learn how to translate research gleaned from historical ideas into contemporary uses in the church," says Dr. McGraw
If you are interested, then the course is listed on our summer registration form and you can use it to register, or you can sign up through the Registrar Kathleen Curto at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-322-2717 ext. 302.