PSALMS: A HEBREW HISTORY (OT645)
BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES OF WORSHIP
This course is a topical and expository study of the Book of Psalms. Emphases include key theological points concerning the worship of God, the worship life of Old Testament saints, key "categories" of the Psalms and historical illustrations from the Book of Psalms.
Course objectives are:
► To examine key principles of worship mentioned in the Psalms and their significance for the belief in and practice of Christian life.
► To produce a profound respect for the value of the writings of the Psalms.
► To enable the student to understand the key relationship between the historical illustrations and the biblical principles on worship.
► To demonstrate the explain a working knowledge of the key categories of the Psalms.
► To understand and relate key Psalms to worship and how they relate to the modern believer.
This course is worth four quarter units of credit in the degree programs of Embassy College.
Dr. Charles Gaulden is a full professor at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. He holds a D.Min. degree from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. He has holds graduate degrees from Columbia Theological Seminary, Erskine Theological Seminary and Chandler School of Theology.
Among the many respected positions Dr. Gaulden has held are Pastor; Missions Board President; Student Ministries President, Christian Education Director of the Assemblies of God in South Carolina and Academic Dean for Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida.