Global Christianity (TH4009) 2022-23

This module will enable students to understand the ways Christianity spread throughout the globe, to analyse the interaction between culture and Christian faith and practice, and to develop an awareness of the various contexts in which Christianity now exists across the globe.

This is a compulsory Level 4 course for all HE Cert, HE Dip and BA Hons in Theology students.

10 credits

Running  14 November - 18 December 2022 (assessment deadline 13 January 2023)
Teacher: David Ng

Practical Placement 1 (TH4012) 2022-23

This year long module combining a taught element and a practical placement will introduce the knowledge, skills and spiritual gifts for Christian engagement on a practical level within the context of the local church.  It will put particular emphasis on Christian discipleship and disciple-making in this context, and encourage students to integrate their learning through acquisition and participation with their own personal and spiritual formation as a Christian disciple.

This is a compulsory Level 4 course for all HE Cert, HE Dip and BA Hons in Theology students.

10 credits

Running 3 October 2022 - May 2023
Teacher: Isaac McNish

Introduction to the Old Testament (TH4002) 2022-23

The aim of this course is to immerse students in the world of the Old Testament as Christian Scripture and begin the process of transforming their understanding of the Bible by demonstrating a range of approaches to the Old Testament in contemporary scholarship. To complement related study of Christian Scriptures and hermeneutical tools necessary for their interpretation at Level 4, and lay foundations for further study at Levels 5 and 6. 

This is a Level 4 Theology Common Core module, shared with the Music and Worship programmes and the BA in Theology and Counselling.

10 credits

Running 3 October - 3 November (assessment due 13 January 2022)

Introduction to the New Testament (TH4001) 2022-23

The aim of this module is to begin the process of transforming the students’ view of the Bible by demonstrating the importance of genre and historical context and, thus, the foundations of a more critically aware methodology. This foundation will serve as a basis for further modules in which these hermeneutical, exegetical, theological and applied foundations will be built upon

This is a Level 4 Theology Common Core module, shared with the BA in Theology, Music and WorshipBA in Theology and Worship and the BA in Theology and Counselling programmes.

10 credits

Running 14 November 2022 - 18 December 2022 (assessment deadline 16:00 13 January 2022)
Teacher: julie robb