Class Schedule

Training men to fully minister the Word of God

“And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.” (Deuteronomy 6: 6-7) listen to chapter (Read by Marquis Laughlin. Provided by Sola Scriptura.)

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2007 Schedule

Summer Semester Schedule
 June 4 – August 31

Doctrine of Christ and the Holy Spirit: June 4 – 15 (2 sem. hrs.)  Dr. Dennis Prutow.
Professor of Practical Theology and Homiletics, Reformed Presbyterian Theological seminary;  President, Westminster Evangelistic Fellowship.D. Min., Reformed Theological Seminary; M. Div., Fuller Theological Seminary; B. A., West Point.Pastor.
A systematic study of the Biblical teaching about Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit will be presented.

Church Evangelism: June 18 – 22(1 sem. hr.) Dr. Dennis Prutow.
The instructor will define the Biblical teachings on evangelism and various methods used today.

Church Leadership: June 25 – 29 (1 sem. hr.) Dr. Andrew  S.  Zeller.
President, Sangre de Cristo Seminary.  D. Min., Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary; Th.M., Covenant Theological Seminary; M. Div., Sangre de Cristo Seminary; B.A., Covenant College.  Army Chaplain and Pastor.
The spiritual dimension of church leadership, as exercised by elders, will be emphasized.

Eschatology: July 2 – 6 (1 sem. hr.) Dr. Dwight F.  Zeller.
Director Emeritus, Sangre de Cristo Seminary.  D. Min., Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary;  Th. M., Chicago Graduate School of Theology; M. Div., Memphis Theological Seminary; B.A., Bob Jones University. Pastor and Navy Chaplain.
Four views concerning Christ’s second coming will be evaluated Biblically.

July 9-20  (2 sem. hrs.) Dr. David W. Chapman.
Assistant Professor of New Testament and Biblical Archaeology, Covenant Theological Seminary. PhD, Cambridge (England); M.Div. and MA, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; BA, Rice University.
These courses show how a geographical understanding of the Bible lands and archeological discovery sheds light on Biblical interpretation.

Hebrew Poetry: July 23 – August 3(2 sem. hrs.) Dr. Rollin J.  Blackburn.
Professor of Biblical Languages and Literature, Reformed Episcopal  Seminary.  Ph.D., Temple University; M.Div., Philadelphia Theological Seminary; B.A., M.A., Temple University. Pastor.
A survey of the structure and message of O.T.  poetic literature will
be given.

New Testament Theology: August 6 – 17(2 sem. hrs.) Dr. Simon J. Kistemaker.
Professor Emeritus of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary. Th.D., Free Univ. of Amsterdam; B.D., Calvin Theological Seminary;  A.B., Calvin College.  Author.
The students will study theology as it is presented progressively in the
New Testament.

Church History II: August 20 – 31 (2 sem. hrs.)  Dr. Joseph H.  Hall.
Professor Emeritus of Church History and Librarian, Mid-America Reformed
Seminary. Th. D., Concordia Theological Seminary; M. Div., Covenant Theological
Seminary; A.M.L.S., University of Michigan; B.A., Calvin College.   Author.
The history of the church from the Sixth Century through the Reformation will be

The Book of Malachi: June 5 – August 28 (1 sem. hr.) Dr. Andrew  S.  Zeller.
This is a weekly exegetical study of Malachi, with application for today.

Public Worship: June 6 – Aug 29 (1 sem. hr.) Staff directed.
One and a half hours weekly. Following the mid-week worship service, conducted by
the instructor of the week, there will be a discussion of the worship and sermon.

Fall Semester Schedule
September 10 –  December 14

Essentials of New Testament Greek: (10 sem. hrs) Rev.  Ronald M. Kruis. Dean of Students, Sangre de Cristo Seminary; M. Div., Sangre de Crsito Seminary; M.A. New Mexico State University; B.A. Dordt College. Pastor.
Students will learn the basics of New Testament Greek  grammar and syntax and begin to translate and read the New Testament.

Homiletics (2 sem. hrs.) Dr. Andrew S. Zeller.
This course explores the principles of preaching, emphasizing expository preaching.

Old Testament Prophets and Writings (2 sem. hrs.) Mr. D. James Johnson Jr.
Director, Horn Creek Christian Conference Center. D. Min. Candidate, Denver Theological Seminary. M. Div. Sangre de Cristo Seminary; M.B.A. University of Phoenix; B.S., University of Florida; Pastor.
This survey course will cover the background and purposes of the books of I Kings through Malachi.

Teaching, Preaching, Worship Seminar: (2 sem. hrs.) Dr. Andrew S. Zeller.
Students will be supervised and evaluated in teaching Bible lessons, leading worship and preaching.

Greek Exegesis and Hebrew Exegesis: (2 sem. hrs. each) Dr. Dwight F.  Zeller. Prerequisites: N.T. Greek and O.T. Hebrew.
A detailed study of  New Testament and Old Testament passages will be made from the Greek and Hebrew Texts.

Greek and Hebrew Seminar: (2 sem. hrs. each) Dr. Dwight F. Zeller. Prerequisite: O. T. Heb. and N. T. Greek.
Seniors will prepare and teach sections of  New and Old Testament passages and will give written and oral exegetical reports.

Tuition, Fees, and Application
Because of the faithful support of God’s people who want to encourage students in their preparation for the gospel ministry, tuition scholarships are available for full time, second year and senior students who plan to enter Christian ministry. Application is necessary to participate. The following is a sample of fees:


Full-time (12 – 18 credit hrs)
$1,050.00 per semester ($300.00 spring studies)

$90.00 per semester hour

$75.00 per semester hour

Additional Fees

$25.00 one time fee

$175 – $250 per semester (Approx.)

Campus Use Fee
$75.00/sem. (non-resident students)

Family Housing
$295.00 and up per month

$150.00 per month (single)

$30.00 per week for one

We request that students make a profession of Christian faith as summarized in the Apostles’ Creed and are willing to test every issue of faith and life by the Scriptures. This School will admit or permit the use of facilities or privileges to any student without discrimination in any way on the basis of gender, race or ethnic background.

Sangre de Cristo Seminary 6160 County Road 130, Westcliffe, CO 81252

Phone: (719) 371-4812 or (719) 783-2447


E-Mail: [email protected]