The Deuterocanonical Books – Online

Atlantic School Of Theology

Continuing Education Offering About this Event Deuterocanonical Books Instructor: David MacLachlan Dates: September 9th – December 9th, 2020 Fee: $250.00 (Continuing Education participants) Format: Online This program will introduce and explore the Deutero-canonical books (or Apocrypha) written between the two biblical testaments and collected together in the NSRV Study Bible. The program will explore the …
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Holy Spirit – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: THEO 7053 Seminar in the doctrine of the Holy Spirit that first plumbs the theological history of discussion of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Key biblical texts will be addressed. This will include early church, medieval, Radical Reformation, and contemporary Pentecostal and Charismatic contributions. Attention will be given to the fruit …
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Preaching, Teaching, and Studying Paul in His Jewish Context – Online

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

The first-century Jewish man, Paul of Tarsus, is foundational to later Christianity. Paul’s letters form a major part of the New Testament. This course is an introduction both to the person and his letters, with a specific focus on situating Paul in his early Jewish context. The course content is both historical and critical in …
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1 and 2 Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: BIBL 6033 In this course students will study the books of 1 and 2 Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah by applying the hermeneutical and exegetical skills learned in BIBL 5023. In addition to the contents, context, and interpretive issues, authorship, date of composition, theology, and narrative technique will also receive attention. This course will provide students …
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New Testament Foundations

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: BIBL 5513 A general introduction to the historical, sociological, and theological context in which the New Testament Scriptures came into existence, this course will familiarize students with the content and structure, distinctive theology, and introductory matters of the New Testament. In addition, the student will be introduced to the nature of the early Christian …
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Romans and Galatians – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: BIBL 6143 In this course students will study the Epistles of Romans and Galatians by applying the hermeneutical and exegetical skills learned in BIBL 5033. In addition to studying the contents, contexts, and interpretive issues involved in the study of the apostle Paul’s major epistles to the churches in Galatia and in Rome, the …
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Introduction to the Old Testament 1 – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: BIBL 3013 An examination of Genesis through Nehemiah. This course will survey these texts within the historical, political, and religious contexts of the Ancient Near East, and will introduce the student to the academic, literary, and theological study of this section of the Bible. Dr. Matthew Walsh Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies: (902) 585-2226: …
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Interpreting the Old Testament – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: BIBL 5023 The Old Testament contains most of the Christian Bible. This course will introduce the student to the different sections and genres of literature in the Old Testament, to interpretative methods appropriate to them, and to theological principles. The course will also survey aspects of the historical and cultural context of the Old …
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For such a time as this – Insights and Issues from the Books of Ruth and Esther for Today

Wycliffe College

WYB6222H Summary: We will read the books of Ruth and Esther together with a cloud of witnesses from the past and present who found them not only life giving but also, especially in the case of Esther, deeply troubling. We will examine techniques and strategies used for reading these and other Old Testament narratives through …
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Interpreting the New Testament – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: BIBL 5033 This course will introduce the student to the different sections and genres of literature in the New Testament, to interpretative methods appropriate to them, and to theological principles. The course will also survey the world of Jesus and the early Christian Church. This course assumes knowledge of the contents of the New …
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