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Academic Year 2016 - 2017

SEMESTER 1

COURSE CODES AND COURSE NAME

TUTOR

NO OF CONTACT HOURS

NO OF CREDITS

CM 400Conflict Management

Mr. Ronald Ramcharan

36

3

CH300Church History of the Caribbean

Mr. Joseph Bridgewater

24

2

HO300Homiletics 111

Rev. Annabell Lalla -Ramcharan

24

2

BS200Old Testament Prophets

Rev. Winston Gopaul

36

3

CP200Pastoral Counselling 11

Rev. Keron  Khellawan

24

2

CM200Human Communications

Dr. Allan Mc. Kenzie

36

3

CD100Basic Christian Doctrine

Rev. Adrian Sieunarine

24

2

CE100 Introduction to Christian Education

Rev. Dr. Randall Sammah

24

2

 

Courses Offered

Acts of The Apostles

COURSE NAME: ENGLISH BIBLE II- THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES
COURSE CODE: BS202
COURSE CREDIT: 1


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The Ministry of the apostles is highlighted following the Ascension of Jesus. In the face of
opposition, persecution and serious challenges including imprisonment, incarceration and death,
Christianity finds a beginning and spreads throughout Asia and reaches Rome. The course
highlights the significance of the ascension, Pentecost, the conversion of Saul to Paul. It focuses
on the miracles of the apostles and traces the spread of Christianity through missionary journeys.

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Basic Christian Doctrine

COURSE NAME: BASIC CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE
COURSE CODE: BD100
COURSE CREDIT: 1


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is an introduction to Christian Theology. It is intended for persons without any background knowledge. The course introduces the student to the study of theology. It hopes to emphasize the importance of biblical, historical, philosophical and moral insights for understanding theology. The student will be encouraged to think about the ways in which the study of theology relates to Christian ministry.

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Biblical theology I

COURSE NAME: BIBLICAL THEOLOGY I

COURSE CODE: BS101

COURSE CREDIT: 3 COURSE

 

DESCRIPTION:

Generally, Biblical Theology is a study of how God presents God self and God’s actions in the text of Scripture. It deals with matters internal to the Bible itself, treating the Bible as its own “narrative world.” It treats the Bible as a book with a history and the historical context is of supreme importance in interpreting a text. It is primarily a descriptive discipline. It is not initially concerned with the final meaning of the teachings of the Bible or their relevance for today. This is the task of systematic theology. However, it has the task of expounding the theology found in the Bible in its own historical setting, and its own terms, categories, and thought forms. Also it seeks to understand that story on its own terms and looks at what the Bible actually says and how it says it. It looks at patterns/types within Scripture, literary features, symbols. Biblical Theology is closely related to, if not inclusive of, biblical hermeneutics. Biblical Theology I is a survey of the writings that are sacred to both the Jewish and Christian traditions. It will examine the three parts of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (Law, Prophets and Writings). The various types of literature of which the Old Testament is composed, e.g., narrative, law, prophetic oracle and poetry, will be analyzed according to both traditional and contemporary techniques of biblical interpretation. Special attention will be paid to major theological themes within the Old Testament, based upon the biblical text and the writings of major biblical theologians. The course will also consider the historical development and interrelationship of these themes throughout the successive periods of biblical history. A pre-requisite for this course is BS 100.

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Caribbean Theology and Ecumenism

COURSE NAME: CARIBBEAN THEOLOGY AND ECUMENISM
COURSE CODE: CTE200
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is a study of ecumenism from the perspective of biblical antecedents, the relationship of
ecumenism to economics and ecology, and how the ecumenical movement influenced the development of
Caribbean theology.

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Christian Education I

COURSE NAME: CHRISTIAN EDUCATION I

COURSE CODE: CE100 (1)

COURSE CREDIT: 1

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course will assist the student to comprehend the meaning of Christian Education and to accept the scope for changes in the lives of the people who are taught as well as those who teach the subject. This course will explore methods and strategies to impart the lessons of the Bible and other resources through the areas of Christian Education. The course in Christian Education will help the students to comprehend and accept that Christian Education is at the heart of the life of the church. They must see and feel the course as part of the educational process of the Spirit of God. They must grasp that the Spirit of God encounters people of all ages nurturing them in His love through loving, teaching, and obeying the teachings of Jesus Christ.

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Church Admin and MGT

COURSE NAME: CHURCH ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
COURSE CODE: CAM400
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course examines the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in Trinidad and Tobago and its
organizational structure. It also examines the roles, functions and responsibilities of the different arms of Church management. It focuses on the significance of planning, implementing, monitoring, assessing and evaluation and identifies the qualities of a manager.

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Communication Studies

COURSE NAME: COMMUNICATION STUDIES

COURSE CODE: CS300

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The course in Verbal Communication helps the student to understand the full potential and role of human communication in terms of both the positive and negative aspects of interpersonal relationships and understanding. To understand the dynamic and varied aspects of human communication is to increase one's self-awareness and one's effectiveness in relating to others at all levels of interaction. One is also made aware of the real effort that has to be made so often to receive, interpret and evaluate the communication that is intended by the speaker.

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Concepts of Teaching and Learning

COURSE NAME: CONCEPTS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

COURSE CODE: ED203

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course takes the participant through varying concepts of teaching and learning and how they may impact on the key stakeholders in an educational setting. It provides for an understanding of the characteristics of learners and teachers from varying perspectives whilst providing a background to the ‘why’, ‘how’ and ‘what’ of teaching and learning. Its underlying philosophy is the learner as central to educational planning and policy. The course consequently has a focus also on why teaching should be tailored. It provides insights into instructional design which is a contributory agent in learner motivation and classroom management.

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Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution

COURSE NAME: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION

COURSE CODE: CMR200

COURSE CREDITS: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course discusses conflict, from its source to the point of resolution. It identifies the causes of conflict and examines its escalation when left unresolved. A number of peripheral issues and effects of conflict are included. Methods of resolution of disputes are studied with the emphasis on mediation. An emphasis will be placed on causes of conflict, and the effect on the individual, family, community and society. The course also highlights types of conflict as pertinent to the local context. There is a focus on mediation as a preferred method of conflict resolution.

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Congregational Studies

COURSE NAME: CONGREGATIONAL STUDIES

COURSE CODE: CS400

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is a final year course for students preparing for full time ministry. As the congregation is at the heart of ministry, students need to examine the dynamics that exist in congregations. Students will examine congregational life in relation to the doctrine of Ecclesiology and their own experience. Students will discuss issues affecting congregations in the light of recent research. At the end of this two semester course students will complete a study of a congregation of their choice.

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Curriculum Process

COURSE NAME: THE CURRICULUM PROCESS

COURSE CODE: ED202

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course explores the fundamental conceptualizations, purposes, types and features of curriculum. It situates curriculum in its role as defined by the philosophy that guides teaching and learning and by its context and purpose. In addition it presents curriculum development as a process rather than a product, highlighting the phases of curriculum development that is viewed in tandem with curriculum implementation.

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English Bible I-The Gospels

COURSE NAME: ENGLISH BIBLE I - A STUDY OF THE GOSPELS

COURSE CODE: BS201

COURSE CREDIT: 1

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is a basic course in understanding the four gospels of the New Testament – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. In many other ways, the gospels bear a similarity to one another. In each of them the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ are clearly documented and expressed. However, each of the gospels portrays the life and ministry of Jesus from a slightly different perspective and contains elements not found in the others. Matthew, for example, strives to show that Jesus is the fulfilment of the ancient prophecies, the Promised One of God. Mark focuses on the active ministry of Jesus as the Son of Man. Luke emphasizes that Jesus came to bring salvation to the lost. John drives home the divine truth that Jesus is the Word of God, the incarnation himself. A Pre-requisite is BS100 or equivalent.

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Homiletics I and II and III

COURSE NAME: HOMILETICS I, II, III

COURSE CODE: HO100 HO200/HO300

COURSE CREDIT: 1/2/3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This three – year course will treat three major aspects of homiletics: the theology of homiletics, the movement from exegesis to the sermon, and the practice of preparing and preaching sermons. The treatment of the theology of homiletics will introduce students to the theology of the Word of God and of preaching, and will include consideration of the definition, purpose, and principal types of preaching and teaching. The course will also help students reflect in a general way on the culture in which preaching takes place today.

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Intro to Assessment in Education

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO ASSESSMENT IN EDUCATION

COURSE CODE: ED301

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

An integral part of instructional design is assessment. This course presents the fundamental concepts of assessment in education whilst examining its roles in learning and teaching. Types of assessment are explored in relation to their purpose and suitability to context. An emphasis is placed on summative, formative and alternative types. Assessment is examined in the context of micro and micro realities as participants critically reflect on their education scenarios locally. A practical approach to assessment also ensures that expertise in technical details are developed fundamentally.

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Intro to Caribbean Constiutional Law

COURSE NAME : INTRODUCTION TO CARIBBEAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
COURSE CODE : ICCL 3003
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course provides an introduction to Commonwealth Caribbean Constitutional Law with a
particular focus on Trinidad and Tobago. The historical context and general characteristics of
the British ‘Westminster’ Constitution are examined, with an emphasis on its unwritten nature,
the supremacy of Parliament, constitutional conventions, the three (3) functions of government
(legislative, executive, judicial), and the doctrines of the separation of powers and the rule of
law. The 1962 and 1976 Trinidad and Tobago Constitutions as examples of written, independent
Westminster Model Constitutions are considered in depth, with an emphasis on constitutional
supremacy, the separation of powers, the fundamental human right provisions, the rule of law
and the roles of the judiciary, legislature and executive in this constitutional framework

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Intro to Caribbean Law and Legal System

COURSE NAME : INTRODUCTION TO CARIBBEAN LAW AND LEGAL SYSTEMS

COURSE CODE : ICLLS 3002

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides an introduction to Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Systems with a particular focus on Trinidad and Tobago. The historical context and general characteristics of English law and legal systems are examined. In particular, the general divisions of law as: case law and statute; civil and criminal law (and their subdivisions) and equity will all be explored. The sources of law, with emphasis on precedent, legislation and custom and practice will also be considered.

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Intro to Contract Law

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO CONTRACT LAW

COURSE CODE: I Ct. L 3001
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides an introduction to the basic principles which inform the substantive law of Contract. It will examine how these principles are applied and the consequences of a failure to do so and of a breach of contract. Case law will be considered.

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Intro to Criminal law

COURSE NAME : INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL LAW

COURSE CODE : I Cr. L 3004
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides an introduction to the basic principles which inform the substantive law of Crime. There is some particularity in relation to specific offences such as murder, unlawful killing/manslaughter, larceny, robbery, burglary, drug and sexual offences.

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Intro to Law of Tort

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO LAW OF TORT

COURSE CODE : ILT 3005

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides an introduction to the basic principles which inform the substantive law of Tort. It will examine certain specific torts to illustrate how torts arise and are dealt with in the courts, including a consideration of defences and damages.

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Introduction to Christian Ethics

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIAN ETHICS
COURSE CODE: CE200
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Christian discipleship is at the heart of ministry. This course assists the learner to integrate biblical faith and theological understandings with life experience in dealing with moral problems: personal, ecclesiastical and social. Students will be encouraged to engage in theological reflection on moral issues and their implications.

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Introduction to ED Studies

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL STUDIES

COURSE CODE: ED201

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides the fundamental knowledge for a basic understanding of the nature of education and its components. It is an essential background upon which the participant can add further detail in terms of understanding and skills. It makes the participant aware of the significance and role of psychology, sociology and philosophy to the development of appropriate teaching and learning in any context. Additionally, this course provides an introduction to issues in education and an awareness of the broad and specific contexts within which teachers and learners operate and which potentially influence decision-making in education.

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Introduction to Philosophy of Religion

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION
COURSE CODE: PR300
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course gives an overview of some of the primary concepts in Philosophy of Religion. This course will attempt to provide an avenue for clarification and justification of important ideas and concepts in religion and religious beliefs. This branch of inquiry attempts to clarify religious beliefs and subject them to critical scrutiny. The questions that arise within religious doctrines are tested by the canons of reason.

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Introduction to Reformed Theology

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO REFORMED THEOLOGY
COURSE CODE: RT200
COURSE CREDIT: 1


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is especially designed for those preparing for ministry in the Presbyterian Church. This course will provide the student with a comprehensive view of the evolution of Reformed Theology. The course will entail some history, theology, doctrine, and pastoral issues. The class will involve both teaching, discussion and student presentations. Students will apply what is learned to the PCTT situation.
Entry Requirements: An introduction course in Theology, Bible, or Christian Doctrines.

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Introduction to Sociology

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

COURSE CODE: IS300

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Sociology is the study of society. It explores ways of looking at the world that allow us to understand how the events and experiences of our lives are part of group dynamics, of social institutions, of cultural meanings. It allows us to see personal events and meanings as affected by historical forces, and to see how historical events may be shaped by personal choices. It focuses on identifying, explaining, and interpreting patterns and processes of human social relations.

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Introduction to the Bible

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE
COURSE CODE: BS100
COURSE CREDIT: 1


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This is a basic course which sets the Bible in a proper historical and social perspective. Each section of the course contributes basic information about the New and Old Testament as well as the overall goal of learning how to interpret and understand the Bible historically and theologically. It has been laid out sequentially so that the student will acquire Biblical skills in a cumulative and manageable way.
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to one of the most influential books - the Bible. Students will see that, throughout their history, the people of Israel are faced with various crisis points that cause them to talk about God in different ways. The course will examine how and why this book is held to be “sacred” by numerous faith traditions. There are no prerequisites for this course.

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Introduction to World Religions

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS
COURSE CODE: WR200
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course looks at five of the major World Religions in an effort to appreciate the religion of the “Other”. This course introduces the study of religion and the world religions of Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity The course examines the history, doctrines , beliefs, practices, and institutions of these religions. Thus as far as possible, each of these religions is being looked at from the perspective of the scholar/ theologian/believer of the particular religious tradition.

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Licentiate in Theology

Ministerial Ethics and Responsibilities

COURSE NAME: MINISTERIAL ETHICS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

COURSE CODE: MER300

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course deals with a Minister’s relationship with people with whom he/she must relate and work, and, appropriate attitudes in given situations. Changing clergy identity, roles, and responsibilities will be addressed in relation to a range of ethical issues faced in congregational life and ministry, including confidentiality, clergy misconduct, and collegiality with professional peers, and the ethics of preaching, counseling, and social witness. Students will learn the unique moral role of ministers and the ethical responsibilities clergy should assume in their personal and professional lives. The lecturer will deal with family life, confidentiality, truth-telling, political involvement, working with committees, and relating to other church staff members.

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Mission Formation

COURSE NAME: MISSION FORMATION
COURSE CODE: MF300
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DECRIPTION:
This course offers an introductory overview of various mission models; starting with early Christianity. Using the approach of Missiologist David Jacobus Bosch, but not confined to his work, the outline proceeds into “Mission and Ecology”, “Mission and Missions of the PCTT today”, and Mission in a Multi-faith context, that “Mission” may be engaged with the greatest level of relevance.

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New Testament Greek

COURSE NAME: INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT GREEK.

COURSE CODE: NTG200

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is an introduction to New Testament Greek vocabulary, grammar and syntax with an introduction to the New Testament in Greek. It provides an introduction to the basic elements of New Testament Greek alphabet, grammar and syntax. It focuses on elementary explorations of translation, and its relation to reading. Interpreting texts in context is addressed through the readings from the New Testament particularly the Gospel of John. Help shall be given in the effective use of resources such as grammars, lexicons, concordances, and the practice of textual criticism parsing guides, and interlinear sources whether in computer or book format.

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Pastoral Counseling I

COURSE NAME: PASTORAL COUNSELING I
COURSE CODE: PC100
COURSE CREDIT: 1


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course entails some of the basic theories and practice of counseling. The course covers counseling situations that arise at home, in church, in groups, at school, in the workplace, in the community-wherever people meet and interact, including the offering of pastoral care where necessary.

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Pastoral Counseling II

COURSE NAME: PASTORAL COUNSELING II
COURSE CODE: PC200
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course entails a deep understanding of the theories and practice of counseling. The course covers counseling situations that arise at home, in church, in groups, at school, in the workplace, in the community-wherever people meet and interact, including the offering of pastoral care where necessary.

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Practical Theology

COURSE NAME: PRACTICAL THEOLOGY

COURSE CODE: PT200

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Practical Theology is a way of doing theology. It begins with a practical concern that comes out of experience, engages that concern in dialogue with the religious tradition and culture, and through that dialogue discerns wisdom that leads to transformative action It is a mutually interpretive, critical and transforming conversation between the Christian tradition and contemporary experience. Historical, hermeneutical, and socio-cultural analyses are integral to this method of theology.

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Programme Fee Structure

Programme Specification - Certicicate Presiding Elder

Programme Specification - Certicicate in Christian E

Programme Specification - Diploma - (Lay Pastor)

Programme Specification - Diploma - Deaconess

Programme Specification

Reformed Spirituality

COURSE NAME: REFORMED SPIRITUALITY
COURSE CODE: SP200
COURSE CREDIT: 1


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course provides an introduction to the spiritual life of the individual and spirituality of the church as experienced in the Reformed Tradition. It examines the Biblical foundations, history, and theology of Reformed Spirituality. The course will expose students to a variety of personal and communal spiritual experiences.
Entry Requirements: A basic course in Theology

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Research for Educational Purposes

COURSE NAME: RESEARCH FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES

COURSE CODE: ED 302

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

One of the fundamental but deemphasized roles of the educator is that of researcher. Conducting research in an education setting is essential to meaningful planning for learning. The course introduces the participant to the nature and purpose of research in educational settings. It also presents types and methods of research. A practical approach is included as participants are required to design their own research projects. The usefulness of research in the field is also highlighted. Participants are exposed to research design, methods of data collection, and data analysis and interpretation. Although this course can stand on its own, it is complemented by ED 201, ED202, ED301, ED302

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Specialized Ministry

COURSE NAME: SPECIALIZED MINISTRY
COURSE CODE: SM 200
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will examine the call to ministry, ministry as vocation and explore issues that are important in carrying out the "call" effectively and efficiently through and within the various "Orders" and ‘Ministries” of the Church.
This course places emphasis on the practice and performance of ministry. It assists students in developing a range of skills and in acquiring increased competence in their use.

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Systematic Theology I

COURSE NAME: SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY I

COURSE CODE: ST 200

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Christian church has a long tradition of systematic theology, that is, studying theology and doctrine organized around fairly standard categories such as the Word of God, redemption, and Jesus Christ. This introduction to systematic theology has several distinctive features: A strong emphasis on the scriptural basis for each doctrine and teaching with technical terms kept to a minimum. It is a critical investigation into the content and contemporary significance of the Christian faith, emphasizing biblical foundations, philosophical presuppositions and comprehensiveness. Generally this course presents a survey of and examines the basic doctrines of the Christian Faith in the context of our present reality. It introduces students to the factors that shape and guide theology. A pre-requisite for this course is BD100 Basic Christian Doctrines.

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Systematic Theology II

COURSE NAME: SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY II
COURSE CODE: ST 300
COURSE CREDIT: 3


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Systematic Theology II is the careful analysis of the philosophical implications and the doctrinal content of faith as expressed in the creeds, doctrines, and theological writings of the Christian tradition. Confessional diversity is acknowledged and explored and constructive dialogue and mutual understanding are intended to foster appreciation of the faith of others as well as one's own.
This course introduces and examines the thought and writings of present day or contemporary theological concerns and themes.
A pre-requisite for this course is ST200 Systematic Theology I.

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Teaching the Bible to Adults

COURSE NAME: TEACHING THE BIBLE TO ADULTS

COURSE CODE: TBA200

COURSE CREDIT: 1

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is a course on teaching the Bible to adults in the church. The emphasis in this course is on teaching adults. Some of what is learned may also be applicable to teaching youth. The focus of this course is on teaching. Students will have a variety of opportunities to engage biblical texts along the way. Students will have the opportunity to gain practical experience in leading Bible Study. Entry Requirements: An Introductory course in Christian Education, Introduction to the Bible

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Vacation Courses

INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT GREEK 2 Credits
o Tuesday 31st May – Tuesday 23rd August  2016
o Duration : 13 Sessions; 2 Hours; 26 Contact Hours
o Time :5.00p.m to 7.00 p.m.
o Tutor : Rev. Adrian Sieunarine
o Text: Elements of New Testament Greek – Jeremy Duff & David Wenham: Cambridge University Press

REFORMATION HISTORY 2 Credits
o Wednesday 1st June – Wednesday 24th August 2016
o Duration :13 Sessions 2 Hours 26 Contact Hours
o Time:5.00p.m to 7.00 p.m.
o Tutor: Mr. Ronald Ramcharan
o Text: History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker  -Publisher Scribner  

HUMAN COMMUNICATION  2 Credits
o Saturday  4th June 2016  - Saturday 27th August 2016
o Duration : 13 Sessions     2 Hours             26 Contact Hours
o  Tutor     : Dr. Allan Mc Kenzie
o  Text       : Adler, R.B. and Rodman, G. (2006) Understanding human communication.  ( 9th ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press

COST:
Please Note : Student Registered for 2015-2016 – Free

Occassional Student-  $1500 per course
Audit -  $1000 per course

MATURE STUDENTS ACCEPTED

REGISTRATION: ST. ANDREW’S THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE
DEADLINE: Friday 20th May 2016

Women and Men in Partnership Ministry

COURSE NAME: WOMEN AND MEN IN PARTNERSHIP MINISTRY

COURSE CODE: GS300

COURSE CREDIT: 3

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course seeks to help students to become more aware of the gender issues affecting the partnership of women and men in ministry. Students will engage in discussions on the relations between women and men within the church and society. They will also be encouraged to articulate their experiences and to become equal partners on the journey to building partnership and community. This course covers key areas of controversy in Gender Studies

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