Gatewood Theological Institute and Seminary

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed,
rightly handling the Word of Truth. - 2 Tim. 2:15

"Providing a Solid and Systematic Study of the Word of God"

The mission of GTIS is to educate men and women in both basic and professional level biblical and theological knowledge and practical skills that prepare them for Christian Service and the fulfillment of the Great Commission of Christ.
            Expanded Statement of Purpose:
            1.  GTIS is an undergraduate level theological seminary that seeks to prepare students for a variety of Christian ministries.  Classes are seminar style classes in a classroom environment promoting interaction between faculty and students.
            2.  GTIS seeks to maintain an appropriate balance between training for practical ministry while providing a rigorous academic program.
            3.  GTIS is committed to preparing students who confess a call or commitment to the ministry of Jesus Christ, demonstrate a thirst for biblical and theological knowledge, and show signs of spiritual maturity.
            4.  GTIS is committed to the fact that the Bible is the inspired written Word of God and is the final authority for all of our faith and practice.

Two Program Disciplines
Diploma or Certificate in Pastoral Education
Diploma or Certificate in Biblical Studies

Faculty Leaders and Staff
Dean and Center Director:  Dr. R. Ray Gatewood, B.S., M.Div., D.Min.
Kim A. Gatewood, B.S. M.Div., Academic Dean
Dr. Harold Van Arsdale, B.S. M.Div., D.R.E.
Professor Mark Lee, B.S. M.S.
Lakeita Lyles, B.S. M.S. Ed.D., President Trustees
Yavonne Lockhart, Registrar
Veronica Whitmire, Registrar

All Classes are Tuesday Evenings @ 6:00 pm

Pastoral Education

                                              Required Foundational Subjects (5)
BB 3100/2100  Hermeneutics                                                          
NT 0100 - NT Greek                                                
TH 3201 NT Theology                                          
TH 3200 Systematic Theology                      
CH 3211 Church History                                  
                                                      Major Subjects (9)
CE/PM Capstone             Ethics/ Spiritual Formation    
PM   Worship                                                              
PM 3257  Preaching                                                  
NT 2167 – NT Survey I                                                
OT 3103 – OT Survey I                                                
NT                                                                              
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OT                                                                              
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                                                   Electives (2)    Any Designation

Biblical Studies

                                                 Required Foundational Subjects (4)
BB 3100/2100  Hermeneutics                                      
CH 3211 Church History                                            
TH 3200/3201  Theology                                                
NT 0100 - NT Greek                                                    
                                                          Major Subjects (10)
CE/PM Capstone          Ethics/Spiritual Formation              
PM    Worship    
NT 3166  - NT Survey I                                                
NT 3167 - NT Survey II                                                
OT 3103 - OT Survey I                                                
 3104 - OT Survey II                                            
NT                                                                              
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                                                                    Electives (2)  Any Designation

Courses for Fall I Term
August 06 - September 24, 2024


All Classes are eight (8) week terms  

CH - 2231
Ethics

A study of the ethical principles of the Bible and Christian responsibility in contemporary society, focusing on such issues as human sexuality, economics, human relations, politics, abortion, euthanasia, world hunger, capital punishment, and medical issues. One unit deals with ethical decision making.  . 
Diploma Course - $385.00
Credential/Certification Course - $100.00
Professor: Dr. R. Ray Gatewood, D. Min.

NT - 2167  
New Testament Survey, Part I I

(The Epistles)
A survey of all the epistles of the New Testament, from Romans through Revelation. Included are the general epistles of the apostle Paul, his pastoral epistles, and the general epistles. .
Diploma Course - $385.00
Credential/Certification Course - $100.00
Professor: Dr. Harold Van Arsdale, D.R.E

0T - 2103
Old Testament Survey, Part I

(Background, Pentateuch, and Former Prophets): A Survey of: (1) the historical and cultural background of the Old Testament, (2) the books of the Pentateuch (Genesis through Deuteronomy), and (3) the books known as the Former Prophets (Joshua, Judges, 1 and 2 Samuel, and 1 and 2 Kings). Recommended by ACE for three semester hours (lower baccalaureate division) in humanities or religion.
Diploma Course - $385.00
Credential/Certification Course - $100.00
Professor: Professor Mark Lee, M.S.

School Registration/Class Enrollment

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Classes For Fall II Term
October 08 - November 26, 2024

All Classes are eight (8) week terms  

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Classes For Winter I Term
January 07 - February 25, 2025

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