Washington Reformed Seminary
GE 300. Introduction to Philosophy. Presentation of philosophy. An introductory study of major figures, conceptions, and methods of philosophy. Special attention will be give to the conceptions of western philosophy history.
GE 301. Christian Philosophy. A survey of the background and the leading ideas of the reformational philosophy as developed by D. H. Th.Vollenhoven, H. Dooyeweerd, G. H. Stoker, and Conelius Van Til. Special attention will be give to the conceptions of western philosophy history and interraction between Christian and philosophy.
GE 302. English Bible Survey. An optional credit course which provides a thorough survey of the content of the English Bible and which seeks to equip future church leaders with skills for teaching English Bible in the local church. Assigned reading of the entire English Bible, written exercises, class discussions and laboratory experience in study methods.
GE 303. English Writing Skills. The course will focus on basic English writing skills, will require several short writing assignments, and will provide grammatical and syntactical correction for all papers, sermons, and presentations required in regular seminary courses. Students placed into the course must register for it each semester until the course is passed and must pass the course in order to graduate.
GE 304. Christian Ethics. The goal, motive, standard, and unity of biblical ethics. In-depth treatment of ethical questions, and a brief biblical examination of some current non-Christian ethical positions.
GE 305. General Music Theory. A Basic introduction to the principles of music theory, include the basic elements of music, drawing on a wide range of musical literature to analyze concepts of compositional procedure.
GE 306. Church Music. A course of study designed to help the student develope a practical philosophy of church music. The comprehensive graded church music program is discussed from an administrative point of view.
GE 307. Foundation of Education. This course designed to study the origins and development of educational thought. The historical context and the sociological dynamics of philosophical thought will be examined and evaluated in light of their impact on education today.
GE 300. Introduction to Philosophy.
GE 301. Christian Philosophy.
GE 302. English Bible Survey.
GE 303. English Writing Skills.
GE 304. Christian Ethics.
GE 305. General Music Theory.
GE 306. Church Music.
GE 307. Foundation of Education.