Registration

Registration takes place on the official HTS page on the HBU.edu website. Use the links below to go directly to the corresponding registration pages you're wishing to sign up for.

Student Registration

Students take classes for Graduate level credit towards a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) or a Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MCAL)

Full Time Students can complete an MDiv (a 72hr degree) in 3 years.

Full Time Students can complete an MACL (a 36hr degree) in under 2 years.

Part Time Students can take classes at their convenience.

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Surveyor Registration

Anyone can survey the classes without taking exams or turning in papers but simply to broaden your knowledge in theology, leadership, or communication and be fully equipped for ministry.

Courses

Spring 2022

Courses begin the week of January 17, 2022

Woodway Campus
West Campus

Is Masculinity Toxic?

Starting January 19
Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:00PM

In this course, students will read Professor Pearcey’s forthcoming book, In Defense of Men: How the Secular Script for Masculinity Turned Toxic- and How to Fix It. We will ask how the politically correct idea arose that masculinity itself is dangerous and pathological. Then we will unpack a biblical view of manhood. Sociological research finds that Christian family men are the most loving toward their wives, the most engaged with their children, and have the lowest rate of domestic violence of any group in America. The data show that Christianity has a solution that has stood up to rigorous empirical testing. We should be bold in bringing it into the public square.

Cost $80 Early Bird, $100 after the semester begins.

Readings in NT: Sermon on the Mount

CHRI 6345 • Dr. Chris Hopf
Starting January 19
Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:00PM

What do we do with the Bible in the current political, social, and religious fire storm of the day that seeks to silence God’s Word? The answer is found in the Sermon on the Mount. Nowhere in the Bible is the essence of Jesus’ countercultural teaching more clearly portrayed than in the Sermon On the Mount. This is perhaps the most famous Sermon ever preached, and at the same time, the most under-applied Sermon ever put into practice. In Matthew 5-7, Jesus clearly and practically lays out what it looks like to be a Christ follower in a culture that has largely pushed Jesus to the margins of life. In this course, students will study Matthew 5-7 with an emphasis on practical application in life and ministry. The lectures will focus on both the theological and practical questions raised in the Sermon, such as “How did Christ fulfill the Law?” and “How should Christians relate to the world around them?”

Cost $80 Early Bird, $100 after semester begins.