March-July 2022

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ST 302: Systematic Theology of Revelation and God.

Who is God and how does he reveal himself to us? Using the discipline of Systematic Theology, students will gain a deeper understanding of what the whole Bible has to say on the topics of Revelation and God. This class also takes in the historical development of these doctrines.

 

Geoff Macpherson

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PT 560: Introduction to Pastoral COunseling

A study of the principles, approaches and issues essential for developing skills and discernment in pastoral care.

Dr Peter Reynolds

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ST 301: Survey of Confessional Belief

A systematic study of Christian belief from a Reformed perspective, using the Westminster Confession of Faith. We will reference current and historical disputes, and will be presented in a way as to seek to connect what we believe with our lives and ministry.

Dr Jason Pickard

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HT 401: Ancient and Medieval Church History

How has the church developed since the time of the apostles until the Middle Ages? What were the main events and personalities, as well as the significant doctrinal debates?

This course looks at the beginnings and progress of the church, the Roman Empire, the church in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. We will study the controversies and seek to understand how they impact our lives today.

Alex Robinson

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New Testament Greek A

Unit Code: LA005-612/LA005-812

A beginner's introduction to the original language of the New Testament aimed at producing competence in reading and exegesis, proficiency in the use of language aids, and personal benefit to the reader.

This course will be online via Christ College Australia, but will be supported by Logan Hagoort here in New Zealand.

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New Testament Greek A

Unit Code: LA005-612/LA005-812 (Previously NT 251)

A beginner's introduction to the original language of the New Testament aimed at producing competence in reading and exegesis, proficiency in the use of language aids, and personal benefit to the reader.

This course will be online via Christ College Australia, but will be supported by Logan Hagoort here in New Zealand.

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BT 605: Introduction to Biblical Theology

What is the Bible all about? Trace the one incredible story of God’s salvation in the Old and New Testaments. This class is designed to give you a deeper understanding of what the Bible teaches about the fulfilment of God’s saving plan for His people in Jesus Christ. Following the discipline of Biblical Theology, students enrolled in this class will spend the semester tracing through redemptive history and marveling at the unfolding nature of the canon of Scripture.   

 

Dr Ben Hudson and Mike Beck