Incorporating emerging technologies, Lancaster Theological Seminary seeks to introduce participants to theological study while providing flexibility that does not require moving or commuting to a seminary's campus.
Lancaster Seminary’s offerings have been designed to provide a theological foundation should the participant desire to continue in the Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree program at Lancaster Seminary, or simply as a way to support one’s interest in lifelong learning.
Typically at least one hybrid or fully online course is offered each semester, with many of the offerings meeting requirements for Lancaster Seminary Master’s Degree programs.
A sampling of FULLY ONLINE COURSES that meet degree program requirements includes:
- Introduction to Hebrew Bible: Old Testament I
- Jesus and the Gospels
- Introduction to Theology
- The Church and Human Sciences
HYBRID COURSES, which have both on-campus and online components, include:
- Reformed Theology
- Digital Literacy for the Contemporary Church
- Why Is There Suffering?: Christians Wrestle With The Mystery of Tragedy
- Religion, Politics and the Church
Whether seeking to pursue Christian theological studies in the future, or simply enhancing and expanding your knowledge, you will delve deeper into the study of Christianity through an online experience that includes:
- one-on-one instructor connection
- video lectures
- forum discussions
- collaborative projects
- relevant media content