Basic Christian Doctrine Course Code: BD 100 Course Description: This introductory course is intended for persons without any background knowledge in Christian Theology. It hopes to emphasize the importance of biblical, historical, philosophical and moral insights for understanding theology. Cost: $1500.00 Credits: Three (3) Delivery: Online Start Date: Monday 13th September 2021 End Date: Monday 6th December […]
Pastoral Counselling I Course Code: PC 100 Course Description: The course entails some of the basic theories and practice of counselling. The course covers counselling situations that arise wherever people meet and interact, including the offering of pastoral care where necessary. Cost: $1500.00 Credits: Three (3) Delivery: Online Start Date: Tuesday 14th September 2021 End Date: Tuesday […]
Introduction to Sociology Course Code: IS 300 Course Description: This course is an introduction to the set of perspectives on human life that allows us to understand how our personal lives are affected by our place in society. It is designed not just to teach students some of the major findings of sociology, but to help them […]
The Dawn and Dark Ages: Church History I Course Code: CH 101 Course Description: This course involves a survey of people and pathways in the early and medieval Church. Cost: $1500.00 Credits: Three (3) Delivery: Online Start Date: Wednesday 15th September 2021 End Date: Wednesday 8th December 2021 Day: Wednesdays Time: 5.30pm – 8.30pm Duration: Twelve (12) […]
Apocalyptic Literature Course Code: REL 101 Course Description: This course is an analysis of the writings in the Bible whose narratives use esoteric language in dismal times to speak to us of imminent cataclysmic events and the victory of God. Cost: $1500.00 Credits: Three (3) Delivery: Online Start Date: Thursday16th September 2021 End Date: Thursday 9th […]
GS 200 Gender Justice – A Theological Approach to Gender-Based Violence This course examines the contingent nature of gender as an identity factor within the context of other factors, such as gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and social class, and how such factors are intertwined with relations of power in a prevailing climate of violence. It […]
This course engages students to analyze youth ministry issues from theological perspectives, to explore approaches for addressing these issues with a congregation, and discover methods and techniques for youth ministry from the pulpit to the pew and beyond.