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1 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Syllabus Gary Spaeth I. Course Description This course will be an expository study of both the book as well as its applications to the doctrines of the Christian life. Students will be given a general outline of the important doctrinal passages that will be discussed. II. Course Goals 1. To equip each student with a working knowledge of the doctrines contained within this book. 2. To see each student successfully pass a comprehensive examination at the end of this semester. 3. To train future leaders of the church who can accurately express what they believe about the Church, about Israel, and the relationship that each have to the other. 4. To drill into each student this thought: The whole world is guilty before God, regardless of whether they have heard the Gospel. 5. To show each student that the chapters of this book are interdependent upon each other and must be interpreted contextually. To isolate a chapter (for preaching or any other purpose) is to do the book an injustice. 6. To show that this book is not only doctrinal, but also practical. As such, we should endeavor to live this book for nothing is real until it is personal. 7. To witness within each student spiritual growth as the truths of this book take root in your thinking, and then in your behavior. III. Course Objectives As a result of taking this class, each student should be able to: 1. Pass a final examination with at least an 80% proficiency. 2. Accurately quote from memory and apply 19 separate passages from Romans. 3. List the topic, the big idea, for each chapter. 4. Distinguish God s plan for the Church and for Israel. 5. Give a biblically reasoned response concerning those people who never hear the Gospel. 6. Differentiate between these terms: Justification, Sanctification, Glorification. 7. Explain the reason for installing standards in one s personal walk. 8. Recall from memory where the major doctrinal sections are found.

2 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Page 2 IV. Course Requirements 1. Reading: a. Read through the class textbook, Exploring Romans an Expository Commentary, John Philips, and turn in a reading report on April 25 th stating that you have thoroughly read the entire book. b. Read through the book of Romans six (6) times. First three reading due at midterm and the final three reading due at final exam. c. Create a structured outline through the book of Romans (see attached example of chapter one). Chapters two through eight due on February 19 th, and chapters nine through sixteen are due April 16 th. The structured outline will take at least an additional two readings of Romans to complete. 2. Projects: Project one: Justification/Sanctification Paper Write a 1200 word research paper on either the doctrine of Justification by faith or Sanctification by means of the Holy Spirit as taught in the book of Romans. The paper should include but not be limited to the following: A detailed definition of the doctrine of Justification/Sanctification. An explanation of each verse in the book of Romans that relate to the doctrine. Several parallel passages from other Scriptures. The application of the doctrine in the life of the believer References to at least four outside sources. Two of the sources must come from a reputable theological Journal. You can access these Journals through your portal with the link Galaxie Journals. This Project is due February 26 th. Project two: Sunday School Lessons Create four (4) adult Sunday School lessons through the book of Romans. Each lesson should be at least two full pages long. Lessons MUST contain the following in this order: The title of the lesson Text Memory verse Purpose of the lesson Introduction to the lesson

3 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Page 3 Body of the lesson Outline of the lesson A paragraph to explain each point of the outline An application of each point Summary of the lesson Concluding application This Project is due April 2 nd. All papers must follow these guidelines or they will be returned ungraded. First page must be a Cover Page. (A sample is included with this syllabus) Margins set to one (1) inch. Page Numbers on the bottom right of every page. Times New Romans or equivalent twelve (12) point font. Follow the template (Termpaperstyle.docx) uploaded at This paper is a textual paper, not a topical paper. What this means is that the bulk of material must come from Romans. Direct and indirect quotes can only make up 20% of the content of your paper; to exceed this would be reflected by point reductions on the paper s content. Use only scripture references. Do not include the entire text of the scriptures. Only include portions of the verse that are absolutely essential. All papers and projects must be the student s own work. No student is permitted to work with another person on any paper or project unless the instructor has given his permission. The following percentage is used in grading all papers: 1. Content (what is said in the paper, quotes, and number of words)... 60% 2. Grammar and spelling (sent. struc., sp., formal writing format)... 30% 3. Format (Title page, outline, bibliography, and footnotes)... 10% All papers should be ed to me using either Microsoft Word or PDF format by 5:00 PM of the date due. The class code BI 212 and the title of the assignment MUST appear in the subject line of the for you to get credit for your work. Once submitted, you should receive a confirmation from me verifying I receive the assignment. If you do not receive a confirmation within 24 hours of sending, please contact me immediately so you do not loose credit for the assignment.

4 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Page 4 All papers MUST be turned in on time. Late papers will be accepted only if prior arrangements have been made and with a loss of grade points per day late. 2. Memory Verses 1. Romans 1: Romans 7:18 2. Romans 1: Romans 8:18 3. Romans 2: Romans 10:4 4. Romans 3: Romans 10:13 5. Romans 3: Romans 12: Romans 3: Romans 12:14 7. Romans 4:3 17. Romans 13:14 8. Romans 5:8 18. Romans 14:16 9. Romans 5: Romans 15:1 10. Romans 6:13 4. Tests and quizzes: NOTE: Expect to be tested over verses each Tuesday. a. Midterm examination March 14 th b. Final examination May 7 th c. Quizzes: be prepared to be quizzed on material from previous classes. IV. Spiritual and Academic Integrity Classroom Behavior: 1. Arrive on time!! If you arrive late, it is your responsibility to see instructor after class to insure your attendance has been recorded. Failure to do so will result in being marked absent for class. Please see instructor prior to the start of class if you need to leave early. 2. No Sleeping during class! If you find yourself starting to fall asleep, you may stand in the back of the room until you are alert. 3. Each student must participate in class discussions. 4. Bring notebook or computer to class to take notes. Attendance Policy If you are anywhere from 1 to 9 minutes late, you will be counted as late; if you are 10 minutes or more late, you will be counted as absent. If you leave class 10 minutes or more early, you will be counted as absent. You are responsible to get the class notes from other students, and to make up any quizzes in the event of an absence. In your student portal, you are able to track your attendance. If you miss more than fifteen (15) percent of this class, you will be automatically dropped from the roster and receive an

5 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Page 5 F for the course. The amount missed contains the accumulation of tardies, cuts, and any other absences. Academic Honesty: Cheating, plagiarism, collusion, and any act designed to give an unfair advantage to the student (such as, but not limited to, submitting the same written assignment for two courses or providing false or misleading information in an effort to receive a postponement or an extension on a test, quiz, exam, or other assignment) is considered cheating and will not be tolerated. Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one s own original work. Common forms of plagiarism are copying words or ideas and not giving the author credit for them by providing proper reference. Another author s specific words must be placed within quotation marks with an appropriate reference given. Another author s ideas must include an appropriate reference. You may choose to use appropriate footnotes, endnotes, or parenthetical references. V. Grading Your grade will consist of the following: Reading % Midterm % Final % Doctrine Paper % Sunday School lessons % Quizzes % Memorization % A Final Word: I am looking forward to teaching this class and prayerfully asking God to use this class to equip you in preparation for your ministry through the mighty working of the Holy Spirit, both in your life and mine. If there is any way I can be of assistance, please me or stop by my office on the second floor of the North Building. Contact points: In person: Office hours are Monday Friday, 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Office: , ext or Web Site

6 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Page 6 Romans Commentaries Bibliography Dunn, James D. G. Vol. 38A, Romans 1 8. Word Biblical Commentary. Dallas: Word, Incorporated, Dunn, James D. G. Vol. 38B, Romans Word Biblical Commentary. Dallas: Word, Incorporated, Gaebelein, Frank E., Everett F. Harrison, W. Harold Mare et al. The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Volume 10: Romans Through Galatians. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, MacArthur, John F., Jr. Romans. MacArthur New Testament Commentary. Chicago: Moody Press, McGee, J. Vernon. Vol. 42, Thru the Bible Commentary: The Epistles (Romans 1-8). electronic ed. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, McGee, J. Vernon. Vol. 43, Thru the Bible Commentary: The Epistles (Romans 9-16). electronic ed. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Moo, Douglas J. Encountering the Book of Romans : A Theological Survey. Grand Rapids, Murray, John. The New International Commentary On The New Testament: The Epistle To The Romans. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. Schreiner, Thomas R. Vol. 6, Romans. Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, Stott, John R. W. The Message of Romans: God's Good News for the World. The Bible Speaks Today. Leicester, England; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, Thomas, W. H. Griffith. St. Paul s Epistle To The Romans: A Devotional Commentary. London: The Religious Tract Society Utley, Robert James. Vol. Volume 5, The Gospel According to Paul: Romans. Study Guide Commentary Series. Marshall, Texas: Bible Lessons International, Wardlaw, Ralph. Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans, Vol. 2. Edited by Wardlaw, J. S. Posthumous Works of the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D. D. Edinburgh; London: A. Fullarton & Co., Wardlaw, Ralph. Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans, Vol. 3. Edited by Wardlaw, J. S. Posthumous Works of the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D. D. Edinburgh; London: A. Fullarton & Co., Williams, Henry W. An Exposition of St. Paul s Epistle to the Romans. London: Wesleyan Conference Office, 1869.

7 BI 212 Romans Spring 2013 Page 7 4 lines down WEST COAST BAPTIST COLLEGE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONS A PROJECT SUBMITTED TO BROTHER GARY SPAETH IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE BI 212 ROMANS BY JOHN DOE BOX # LANCASTER, CALIFORNIA 23 FEBRUARY 2012

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