Two Systems that Influence Biblical Theology
(Covenant Theology vs. Dispensationalism)
Followed by Q & A
DATE & TIME:
Wednesday 17 January 2018
9:30 - 11:30
Bethany Baptist Church
99 Napier Rd (Corner Fountain)
Dr. Michael Barrett is Vice President for Academic Affairs/Academic Dean and Professor of Old Testament at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He is a minister in the Heritage Reformed Congregations. Formerly, Dr. Barrett served as president of Geneva Reformed Seminary. He earned his doctorate in Old Testament Text with a special focus on Semitic languages.
His dissertation was titled “A Methodology for Investigating the Translation Philosophies and Techniques of the Septuagint.” For almost thirty years, he was professor of Ancient Languages and Old Testament Theology and Interpretation at Bob Jones University. Dr. Barrett had an active role in the ministry of the Free Presbyterian Church until his coming to PRTS. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and has published numerous articles in both professional and popular journals. He contributed to and served as Old Testament editor for The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible.
Dr. Barrett and his wife Sandra have two sons and five grandchildren. Dr. Barrett’s hobbies include hunting and thinking about hunting.
RSVP to Wynie.
013 947 2179 / 074 139 9348
This course is open to anyone who would like to attend.
Qualifying students who complete the requirements will receive BTh credit.
In order to obtain credits, class attendance, assessments and the exam are compulsory.
DATE: Monday 8 to Thursday 11 January 2018
Registration - Monday 8:00
Classes - Monday to Thursday from 9:00 - 16:00
(Please cater for your own lunch)
EXAM: Monday 15 January 2018
VENUE: PTA learning Centre
1349 Collins Ave
CONTACT: Renzke to register
Tel: 012 333 9993
COST: To be announced.
LECTURER: Dr. William VanDoodewaard
Dr. William VanDoodewaard is Professor of Church History at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He has held appointments as Visiting Research Fellow in the School of History and Anthropology at Queen’s University Belfast and Visiting Scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary for his ongoing work in the history of biblical interpretation. Prior to coming to PRTS, Dr. VanDoodewaard taught at Patrick Henry College, near Washington, D.C., and at Huntington University in Indiana. He has written for Books & Culture, The Journal of British Studies, Themelios, Puritan Reformed Journal, Westminster Theological Journal, and online at The Gospel Coalition and Reformation21. He is also a contributor to a number of books, and the author of three: 1 & 2 Peter: Feed My Sheep (Welwyn Commentary Series), The Quest for the Historical Adam, and The Marrow Controversy and Seceder Tradition. Dr. VanDoodewaard is an ordained minister who has served as a church planter.