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Biblical Studies and Ministry

International Career Institute

  • Online Location

  • Any Time Start Date

  • 24 week Duration

  • Flexible Study Mode

  • £798.00 Course Fee

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Course Description

Take our Biblical Studies & Christian Ministry as stepping stone towards pastoral work or simply towards pursuing further learning interests.

Take our Biblical Studies & Christian Ministry as stepping stone towards pastoral work or simply towards pursuing further learning interests.

Course Content

1Introduction to the Bible

  • The meaning and books of the Bible
  • History of Authorship
  • History of the Old Testament
  • Inspiration of the New Testament
  • Development of the Canon of the New Testament

2Major Religions in the World

  • Concepts of Comparative Religion
  • Christianity
  • Judaism
  • Islam
  • Baha’ism

3Christian Ethics

  • Definition of Christian Ethics
  • The Sources of Christian Ethics
  • The Ethics of Jesus
  • Christian Character
  • The Nature of Sin
  • The Christian and the Family
  • The Ethics of Interpersonal Relations
  • The Christian Duties to Self The Christian
  • Duties to the Society
  • The Christian Family
  • The Christian and the Problem of Divorce

4Christian Counselling

  • The Meaning of Counselling
  • The Importance of Counselling
  • The Ethics of Christian Counselling
  • The Counselling Process
  • Character of a Counsellor
  • The Need for Your Best Attention
  • The Value of Discussion
  • Accepting the Counsellee
  • Patience in Counselling
  • The Therapeutic Process
  • Addressing the Basic Problems in Counselling
  • Problems and their Settings
  • Tracing the Origin of Problems
  • Physical Causes of Problems
  • Motives and Perspectives for Discussion
  • Focusing on the Problem of Self Reliance

5Christian Doctrines

  • Names and Attributes of God
  • Transcendence and Imminence of God
  • Theodicy: The Problem of Evil
  • God-head (Trinity)
  • The Doctrine of Humanity
  • The Doctrine of Sin
  • Various Conceptions of Salvation
  • Introduction to Ecclesiology
  • The Initiatory Rite of the Church
  • Government of the Church
  • Three Views on the Millennium

6Old Testament Theology

  • Meaning, History and Methodology of Old Testament
  • God I – Existence and Nature
  • God II – Names and Manifestations
  • God III – Attributes
  • Divine Revelation
  • Creation, Providence and Theodicy
  • Humankind – Designation, Origin and Nature
  • Election and Covenant
  • Theocracy and The Law
  • Sacrifice and Worship
  • The Problem of Sin
  • Redemption and Mission
  • Human Destiny and Hope

7The New Testament

  • Name
  • Description
  • Origin
  • Transmission of the Text
  • Contents, History, and Doctrine

1Introduction to the Bible

  • The meaning and books of the Bible
  • History of Authorship
  • History of the Old Testament
  • Inspiration of the New Testament
  • Development of the Canon of the New Testament

2Major Religions in the World

  • Concepts of Comparative Religion
  • Christianity
  • Judaism
  • Islam
  • Baha’ism

3Christian Ethics

  • Definition of Christian Ethics
  • The Sources of Christian Ethics
  • The Ethics of Jesus
  • Christian Character
  • The Nature of Sin
  • The Christian and the Family
  • The Ethics of Interpersonal Relations
  • The Christian Duties to Self The Christian
  • Duties to the Society
  • The Christian Family
  • The Christian and the Problem of Divorce

4Christian Counselling

  • The Meaning of Counselling
  • The Importance of Counselling
  • The Ethics of Christian Counselling
  • The Counselling Process
  • Character of a Counsellor
  • The Need for Your Best Attention
  • The Value of Discussion
  • Accepting the Counsellee
  • Patience in Counselling
  • The Therapeutic Process
  • Addressing the Basic Problems in Counselling
  • Problems and their Settings
  • Tracing the Origin of Problems
  • Physical Causes of Problems
  • Motives and Perspectives for Discussion
  • Focusing on the Problem of Self Reliance

5Christian Doctrines

  • Names and Attributes of God
  • Transcendence and Imminence of God
  • Theodicy: The Problem of Evil
  • God-head (Trinity)
  • The Doctrine of Humanity
  • The Doctrine of Sin
  • Various Conceptions of Salvation
  • Introduction to Ecclesiology
  • The Initiatory Rite of the Church
  • Government of the Church
  • Three Views on the Millennium

6Old Testament Theology

  • Meaning, History and Methodology of Old Testament
  • God I – Existence and Nature
  • God II – Names and Manifestations
  • God III – Attributes
  • Divine Revelation
  • Creation, Providence and Theodicy
  • Humankind – Designation, Origin and Nature
  • Election and Covenant
  • Theocracy and The Law
  • Sacrifice and Worship
  • The Problem of Sin
  • Redemption and Mission
  • Human Destiny and Hope

7The New Testament

  • Name
  • Description
  • Origin
  • Transmission of the Text
  • Contents, History, and Doctrine

Available Dates

Location Start Date Price  

Online

Flexible, 24 week

Any Time

£798.00

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Entry Requirements

There are no prerequisites to enroll in the course.

There are no prerequisites to enroll in the course.

Assessment Methods

At the end of certain modules, you will be assessed via project-based or written assessment tasks. You are to submit these assessments to your tutor who will mark and return your submissions. You will find the submission link on the course page. The process is repeated until you have completed all the assessment tasks.

At the end of certain modules, you will be assessed via project-based or written assessment tasks. You are to submit these assessments to your tutor who will mark and return your submissions. You will find the submission link on the course page. The process is repeated until you have completed all the assessment tasks.

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