Beginning on January 15th, 2019, Hope Presbyterian School will be offering one class for home school dual enrollment students. This course will provide 3 college credits and the cost of $25.00, payable to Southeastern University. If you are interested in this class for your home school son or daughter, please contact Pastor Jeff Krause at email@example.com .
PHIL 2003 – PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS
An examination of moral and social conduct and decision making in light of biblical and theological teaching. Contemporary ethical issues are addressed (abortion, euthanasia, human rights, etc.). This course requires careful study of and reflection upon the appropriate biblical texts. This course is cross-referenced with PMIN 2003 and THEO 2003.
If you would like to begin the enrollment process, see the helpful links and attachments below, and RSVP as soon as possible to the above email address.
STEP 1: Register as a part time or dual enrollment student at the Hope Presbyterian School (please fill out the PDF’s below and return it to: Hope Presbyterian School, 642 North Auburn Road, Venice, FL. 34292, or, feel free to email a scanned version of these forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEP 2: Fill out the Duel Enrollment registration form for Southeastern University SEU Dual Enrollment
STEP 3: Contact Pastor Krause and reserve a spot in the course: email@example.com
STEP 4: Download the course syllabus and collect your materials for the course (please note: all students are required to purchase their own text books)
Course runs from 15 January, 2019 – 14 May 2019
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Jeff Krause is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and a graduate of Liberty University, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Religion (Summa Cum Laude) and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, having earned both a Masters of Theological Studies (2013) and a Masters of Divinity degree (2016). He has also attended the Moody Bible Institute and is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society. Jeff spent eleven years in the United States Army and is the blessed husband to his wife Jenny, of sixteen years, in addition to having four wonderful covenant children. Additionally, Jeff is a professor of Biblical Studies for Miami International Theological Seminary and he serves as an adjunct professor for Southeastern University. He is also the author of one academic work titled, The Grace of God in the Law of Moses: A Second Look at Israel’s Written Code, which was published in the Fidei et Veritatis academic journal in late 2016. To contact Jeff, email firstname.lastname@example.org.