The four canonical Gospels compose the main source that the Church has regarding the teaching and ministry of Jesus Christ. As such, their importance cannot be overestimated. This course provides an overview of the four Gospels, including their development and the relationship of the Gospels to each other, as well as their (sometimes differing) narratives and contents. At the same time, this course will use the study of the four Gospels as a vehicle for Introduction to the craft of biblical exegesis.
The four canonical Gospels compose the main source that the Church has regarding the teaching and ministry of Jesus Christ. As such, their importance cannot be overestimated.
|DUE DATES READING ASSIGNMENTS||TO BE ANNOUNCED|
|DURATION||8 SESSIONS OF 5 HOURS + READING AND RESEARCH|
|COURSE NO./MODUL||BBS4D5003 /EXEGESIS|
|COURSE SCRIPT||TIM WEINHEIMER MA.|
|VIDEO TRANSCRIPT||AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH|
|EXAM /ASSIGNMENT||FINAL PAPER|
Genesis is the book of beginnings. The central themes of the creation of the world as well as the beginnings of the people of Israel are found here.
Effective communication in a group requires an understanding of both group dynamics and also how different communication practices function.
Changing the world with the right team! God has given each person unique abilities and gifts, that contribute to the spread of the kingdom of God.
Foundations of Ethics
“What should I do?” Every person asks this question countless times throughout life. Each time he or she does this, each time one reflects over one’s choices or actions, one is engaging at some level with the discipline of Ethics.