This subject designed for MTS and DMin students will help students better understand, preach, and apply Paul’s Letters to the Philippians and Philemon. In class, students will learn about Paul’s biography, ministry, and message, unpacking the backgrounds and main themes of these letters and exegeting the texts. Students will receive homiletical tips, look at relevance for theology, and consider the contemporary application. This subject will better equip students to preach and apply these two letters in their own ministry contexts.
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|Workload||One week intensive with the pre-reading and preparatory assessment.|
|Status||Elective, level 8 and 9|
|Subject Code||NT204; NT205-912 capstone available|
|Prerequisites||24 credit points of NT|
|Reading List (Bibliography)*||Postgraduate|
*Note: the reading list is only accessible with a student online login.
Students are expected to do the pre-readings in advance, participate in the intensive, and complete assessments. You should allow 6-8 hours per week for this advanced subject.