Dr. Duane A. Garrett is John R. Sampey Professor of Old Testament Interpretation at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. With many years of teaching, writing, research and pastoral experience, Dr. Garrett has served on the faculty of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Bethel Seminary, Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, Mid-America Baptist Seminary and Korea Baptist Seminary. His books include Song of Songs in the Word Biblical Commentary; A Modern Grammar for Classical Hebrew; Angels and the New Spirituality; Authority and Interpretation; and Hosea; and Joel in the New American Commentary. He also serves as the general editor for The Archaeology Study Bible from Zondervan Press.
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Yes! You will be able to download the syllabus and all relevant course files no later than the first day of class.
What is the cost for alumni?
As with all our classes, there is no charge for auditing the class if you have previously graduated from TMS.
I am a TMS alumnus, can I bring elders or other people from my church to attend with me?
Because our classroom capacity is limited, and in order to preserve the teacher-student classroom dynamic, the in-person class seating is limited to TMS students and alumni.
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Exposition of Jeremiah and Lamentations
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The Universal Reign of the Triune God
Daniel Block (2009)
For the Glory of God: A Biblical Theology of Worship
Douglas Moo (2008)
The Letter of James: A Call to Wholistic Christianity
John Hannah (2007)
Readings in the Life and Writings of Jonathan Edwards, America's Premiere Christian Thinker
Ralph Alexander (2006)
A Study of Ezekiel
R. Kent Hughes (2005)
The Ministry in Second Corinthians
Steven Lawson (2004)
Preaching the Psalms
Wayne A. Grudem (2003)
Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Harold Hoehner (2002)
Exposition of Ephesians
Eugene Merrill (2001)
Theology of the Pentateuch
Thomas R. Edgar (2000)
Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Acts and First Corinithians
John S. Feinberg (1999)
Continuity and Discontinuity Between the Testaments
George W. Knight III (1998)
Studies in the Pastoral Epistles
Walter C. Kaiser (1997)
Old Testament Ethics
Stanley D. Toussaint (1996)
Exposition of Galatians
John Woodbridge (1995)
History of Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism
John A. Sproule (1994)
Exposition of Hebrews
Kenneth L. Barker (1993)
Scope of OT Theology as Fulfilled in Christ's First and Second Advent
Robert L. Saucy (1992)
Homer A. Kent Jr. (1991)
Exposition of the Book of Acts
S. Lewis Johnson Jr. (1990)
Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament
Since 1990 The Master's Seminary has offered a special course in the "winterim" period between the Fall and Spring semesters. Entitled the Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series, the seminary invites outstanding evangelical scholars from the areas of New Testament, Old Testament, Theology, and Bible Exposition to lecture on specialized topics in their area of expertise. The classes are open to current students and graduates and offer two units of academic credit.
The Winterim series is open to all TMS students, and, as always, TMS graduates may take advantage of this exciting opportunity tuition-free. Contact Dana Waller at the seminary (email@example.com, or 818-909-5642) for more information.