This course is a continuation of 106.515 Biblical Hebrew: Introduction 1, the introductory study of the grammar and vocabulary of Biblical Hebrew, and its application in translation and exegesis.

This course is a continuation of 108.515, a study of the grammar and vocabulary of New Testament Greek, and its application in translation and exegesis.

An introduction to biblical interpretation, grammatico-historical exegesis, biblical genres, historical developments, historical-critical and literary-critical methods, and hermeneutical considerations, including hands-on experience in exegeting biblical texts.

This course involves a study of the life setting, content and theological perspectives of Romans, together with consideration of selected related Pauline theological themes.

An introduction to theology that answers the question: What do Christians believe and why? The course examines the sources of theological authority; theological method based on those sources; the content of Christian belief; and how theology relates to individual, communal and global life.

Traditional and contemporary theologies of the person and work of Christ. Theology of revelation and Scripture.

NOT AVAILABLE IN S1 2018.

This course introduces students to the study of the Bible, Christian theology and theological ethics. It provides basic skills for working with biblical texts and theological ideas and applying those skills in everyday contexts.

A survey of major developments in the history of Christianity from the early church through to the 21st Century.

The Leadership I Internship course offers an introduction to understanding your own journey into ministry in relation to your sense of call, personal strengths, and to the management of ministry within your ministry context. It seeks to foster reflection on leadership theories and models as they are practiced within your ministry context.

This course examines the theological, historical, and cultural context of ministry and explores some of the diverse expressions of the gospel globally. It invites us to discover what part in the gospel story we are being called to play.

This course introduces students to key aspects of effective and sustainable ministry with children, their caregivers, and wider family units. Through engagement with theory and practical examples students will be introduced to different approaches to ministry with children and families, as well as to biblical and theological foundations for such ministry.

An action-reflection approach to formation for the work of pastoral care. This course entails the actual provision of pastoral care within a pastoral setting together with the exploration of the ministry experience, the dynamics present, and the theological dimensions.

An advanced reflection on the practice and principles of pastoral care. The course explores the integration of personhood and presence with pastoral ministry.

An introduction to the Christian study of World Religions, theology of religions and issues relating to pluralism, community relationships, dialogue and evangelism. An introduction to primal religions, Islam, Eastern religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism, as well as alternative or neo-pagan spiritualities in Western contexts. The course balances sympathetic appreciation, understanding and sensitivity with positive evangelistic commitment.