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Bachelor of Theology for Ministry 2005-06: 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 2005 (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 413):

Paper 1Introduction to Biblical Hebrew
 2 Samuel 9-12
Paper 2 Elementary Hebrew (Tripos paper)
 Genesis 37 and 40-43 and 45
Paper 3Introduction to New Testament Greek
 John 1-5
Paper 4New Testament Greek (Tripos paper)
 John 1-5
Paper 6Introduction 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; I Timothy 2:8-15
Paper 11Further Old Testament studies
 Genesis 1-11; Deuteronomy; Judges; Ruth and Jonah; Isaiah; Amos
Paper 12Further New Testament studies
 The Gospel of John; Romans
Paper 17Foundations for ethics
 The specified topics are: medical, sexual, ecological, business, and political ethics
Paper 20Special subject in New Testament theology
 The specified topic is: The theology of the parables of Jesus
Paper 22Special subject in contemporary theology
 The specified topic is: Political theology, exploring issues in the relationship between the Church, Christian theology and politics. Specified theologians are: Duncan Forrester; Reinhold Niebuhr; John H. Yoder; Jon Sobrino; Sergii Bulgakov.
Paper 25Applied ethics
 The specified topics are: medical, sexual, ecological, business, and political ethics
Paper 35Special subject in Biblical interpretation
 The specified topic is: Feminist perspectives on Biblical interpretation
Paper 37Church and sacraments
 The specified topic is: Theology of the Eucharist
Paper 40Special subject in the study of religions
 The specified topic is: Jewish-Christian relations

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Cambridge University Reporter 30 June 2004
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