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Bachelor of Theology for Ministry 2010: 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 2010 (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 433):

Paper 1 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew
2 Samuel 9-12
Paper 2 Elementary Hebrew
Genesis 37 and 40-43, and 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 15 Biblical exegesis
Genesis 1-11; Genesis 12-36; Judges; Isaiah 40-55; Ezekiel; The Gospel of Matthew; 1 Corinthians
Paper 16 Further Old Testament studies
Genesis 1-11; Genesis 12-36; Judges; Isaiah 40-55; Ezekiel
Paper 17 Further New Testament studies
The Gospel of Matthew; 1 Corinthians
Paper 22 Topics in Christian doctrine
The prescribed topics are 'Church and sacraments', 'Biblical theology', and 'The Gospel and Western culture'
Paper 23 Further studies in Christian doctrine
The prescribed topic is 'Political theology'
Paper 24 Schism, conflict, and unity in Christian history
The prescribed topics are 'Christian responses to Fascism in Germany' and 'The ordination of women'
Paper 27 One special subject, specified by the Faculty Board
The specified subjects are 'The reformed tradition' and 'Anglicanism'
Paper 28 One further subject, specified by the Faculty Board
The specified subjects are 'Suffering and evil', 'Advanced ethics', 'The Church in the black Atlantic context', and 'Feminist Biblical interpretation'

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Cambridge University Reporter 15 July 2009
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