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Bachelor of Theology for Ministry, 2003: Special subjects and prescribed texts

The Faculty Board of Divinity give notice that they have selected the following special subjects and prescribed texts for the Bachelor of Theology for Ministry in 2003 (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 417):

Paper 1. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

2 Samuel 9-12

Paper 2. Elementary Hebrew

Genesis 37 and 40-45

Paper 3. Introduction to New Testament Greek

John 1-5

Paper 4. New Testament Greek

John 1-5

Paper 6. Introduction to the New Testament

Matthew 5.17-20; Mark 8.27-9.1; Luke 4.14-21; John 16.1-11; Galatians 3.6-14; Philippians 2.5-11; 1 Timothy 2.8-15

Paper 11. Further Old Testament studies

Genesis 1-11; Exodus; Judges; Psalms; Isaiah; Amos

Paper 12. Further New Testament studies

Matthew; Romans

Paper 17. Foundations for ethics

The specified topics are: medical, sexual, ecological, business, and political ethics

Paper 20. Special subject in New Testament theology

The specified topic is: The Theology of the Parables of Jesus

Paper 22. Special subject in contemporary theology

The specified topic is: Political Theology, to include discussion of issues on the relationship of churches, politics, and theology

Paper 25. Applied ethics

The specified topics are: medical, sexual, ecological, business, and political ethics

Paper 35. Special subject in Biblical interpretation

The specified topic is: Feminist Perspectives on Biblical Interpretation

Paper 37. Church and sacraments

The specified topic is: Theology of the Eucharist

Paper 40. Special subject in the study of religions

The specified topic is: The Human Condition in Christianity, Islam, and Judaism


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