This January and Spring 2022, Westminster is piloting four online ThM courses, as marked Online below. These pilot courses will be funded to cover 50% of the normal ThM tuition. Space is limited, and students in these classes may be asked to provide feedback to help us learn about the online mode for advanced courses. Email Justin at with any questions.


  • Online - Theology of John Owen (ST 881): Dr. Sinclair Ferguson, Jan 4, 24-28

  • Reformed Confessions & Catechisms (CH 591/891): Dr. Todd Rester (Jan. 18-21)

  • Theological Bibliography (PT 421p): Prof. Sandy Finlayson, Jan. 18, 20 (1-4pm)


  • Online - The Gospel of Mark (NT 405/705): Dr. Brandon Crowe (n.b. this course requires significant translation)

  • Online - Scottish Theology (ST 551/951): Dr. Sinclair Ferguson

  • Online spring break intensive - Christianity & Culture (AP 562/962): Dr. Nate Shannon with Dr. Edgar, synchronous sessions, April 11-15

  • Biblical & Inscriptional Aramaic (OT 461/761): Dr. Stephen Coleman

  • Critical Methodologies (OT 903): Dr. Iain Duguid

  • Latin II: Reading for Researchers (CH 501/801): Dr. Todd Rester

  • Readings in Post Biblical Judaism (NT 791): Dr. Stephen Coleman

  • Readings in NT Introduction (NT 921): Dr. Brandon Crowe

  • Trinitarian Metaphysics (ST 435/735): Dr. Vern Poythress

Other Spring Course Options

  • Job as Christian Scripture: Dr. Don Collett, a pre-approved Greystone Theological Institute course with Dr. Mark Garcia facilitating.
    To register visit the Greystone website here and register as a Visiting Student. Once you fill out a brief form, you will receive an email inviting you to create an account in Populi, after which you will be able to register online using Greystone's Populi.

Pre-course reading: Especially for our January courses, be sure to check the course syllabuses for any pre-course assignments due on or before the first day the class meets.

For information about required textbooks and a semester schedule, please refer to the Student Syllabi.

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