This course focuses on the development of a systematic approach to the interpretation of Scripture.
The course seeks to lay biblical, theological and historical foundations for Christian understandings of culture, while also facilitating practical exploration of specific spheres of Christian involvement in culture.
In this course, students will explore six key dimensions of leadership: a growing relationship with God, character, calling, community, team and context-appropriate competencies.
A survey of various approaches to Old Testament theological investigation, analysis of key passages and themes in the Hebrew Scriptures, and practical experience in doing Old Testament theology, all with a view to exploring the enduring significance of this first testament.
Various issues related to the nature of New Testament Theology are considered and concerns related to topical/thematic and author/strata approaches are discussed.
A chronological survey of the history of Christianity from the first century until the eve of the Reformation.
This course focuses on helping students develop an incarnational and prayerful approach to making disciples where they journey with people as Jesus’ representatives and spokespeople.