The Mission of New Geneva is simple. “Training Christian leaders to effectually advance the Kingdom of God and the Crown Rights of King Jesus through applied theological scholarship for the transformation and reconstruction of the world.” While this is a simple statement its ramifications are enormous. What Geneva is actually seeking to accomplish is global conformity to the Word of God in every area of life. Of course this begins with the individual.
Individual devotion to this idea is essential. It is an incredible task yet one that is assured to come to pass by the Inspired Word of God.
Not everyone is ready for that challenge. In face none can even consider that challenge without the intervention of God the Holy Spirit. Geneva is interested precisely in those people; individuals that have the zeal and passion of Christ to change the “is” to the “ought”.
Geneva’s student body is not satisfied with the way things are, and therefore they study so as to make that which is, into that which ought to be according to God’s Law-Word.
Geneva will be adding a number of undergraduate courses this year including a course in Film making and in the philosophy behind Quantum mechanics, all of which are taught from a Biblical presupposition.
In addition to our undergraduate courses Geneva is pleased to announce the opening of its Graduate School with the following courses available:
MACS : Master of Applied Christian Studies
SYS THEO 320 Advanced Systematics 6 Credit Hours
COV THEO 400 Covenant Theology 4 Credit Hours
OTS 400 Old Testament Survey 4 Credit Hours
NTS 400 New Testament Survey 4 Credit Hours
NTT 400 New Testament Theology 4 Credit Hours
HER 400 Hermeneutics 4 Credit Hours
PTA 400 Philosophy, Theology & Apologetics 6 Credit Hours
HIST 400 Church History 4 Credit Hours
THEO 430 Historical Theology 4 Credit Hours
MAR : Master of Applied Religion
All of the Above courses plus:
PHIL 400 Advanced Apologetics 6 Credit Hours
HIST 410 Biblical View of History 4 Credit Hours
HIST 420 Reformation History 4 Credit Hours
THEO 440 Distinctives of the Reformed Faith 3 Credit Hours
HIST 460 The Life and Global Influence of John Calvin 4 Credit Hours
HIST 490 The Gospel of the Reformation 3 Credit Hours
M. Div. Master of Arts in Divinity
All of the Above courses plus:
PTR 400 Pastoral Theology I 3 Credit Hours
PTR 420 Pastoral Theology II 3 Credit Hours
PTR 500 Pastoral Theology III 3 Credit Hours
PTR 520 Noutheic Counseling 6 Credit Hours
BIBL 320 Homeletics/Rhetoric 4 Credit Hours
BIBL 400 The Reconstruction of Preaching 6 Credit Hours
Th.D. / Ph.D. Doctorate Degrees
Doctoral studies in Puritan and American Theological Development Th.D.
Doctoral studies in Christian Education Ph.D.
Doctoral studies in the Christian Philosophy of History Ph.D.
Doctoral studies in Presbyterianism Ph.D.
Doctoral studies in Political Philosophy and Government Ph.D.
Doctoral studies in Evangelism & Revival Th.D.
Doctoral studies in Authentic Christianity Th.D.
Doctoral studies in Biblical Law Th.D.
Doctoral studies in Biblical Economics Ph.D.
Doctoral studies in Biblical Hermeneutics Th.D.
For further inquiry you may contact Rev. Paul Michael Raymond at firstname.lastname@example.org