etc. Theo2325 Systematic Theology II: Christology and Soteriology Prerequisite: theo1305 or theo1402 Theological/Systematic and Ethical Studies This course is the second course in a series of three courses that outline the major themes in systematic theology. Under the new curriculum, candidates select subjects from three levels of study, namely Higher 1 (H1 Higher 2 (H2) and Higher 3 (H3). Subject examination of the H3 level subjects were previously offered as "Special papers" (or "S-Papers under the Cambridge GCE Advanced Level before 2006. The move from Special paper to H3 is primarily to place more emphasis on independent thinking, learning and creativity. In the process of this historical investigation, some modern forms of these rites will be considered theologically and ecumenically taking into consideration pastoral implications. Theo1402 - Philosophy for Christian Theology. Theo3208 - Theory and Practice of Ecumenism.
Subjects are divided into knowledge skills and content-based subjects. Theo2404 Comparative Religion Religious and Philosophical Studies - Semester II Theory of Non-Christian ReligionsJudaism, Hinduism, Islam and Afro-Caribbean expressions; foundations of interreligious dialogue. Level II theo2020 Biblical Exegesis Hermeneutics Prerequisite: Any two of: theo1001, theo1002 or theo1010 Biblical Studies This course seeks to examine the various tools and critical approaches for analysing and interpreting the Bible in its context (exegesis). Theo1203 - Fundamentals of Christian Ministry. Teaching materials/notes are mainly obtained from a guide written by the University of Cambridge. Theo1002 Introduction to New Testament Literature. Special emphasis will be placed on the Anglican Spiritual Tradition with particular reference to the Caroline Ideal of true piety with sound learning. Period: The First to the Fifteenth Century Historical Studies This course will examine the major historical events (such as certain aspects of Roman imperialism, the ecumenical councils, Benedicts monasticism, the coronation of Charlemagne, the schism of East and West, the rise of the Papacy, and. Theo3325 Systematic Theology III: The Holy Spirit, the Church and Eschatology Prerequisite: theo1305 and theo1402 Theological/ Systematic and Ethical Studies This course is the final course in a series of three courses that outline the major themes in systematic theology. Theo2316 Christian Social Ethics Theological/Systematic and Ethical Studies This course seeks to embark upon a textual and thematic study of the social encyclicals and other major official social documents of the Christian churches, paying special attention to methodology, anthropology and the evolution of ideas. Theo1203 Fundamentals of Christian Ministry Pastoral Studies A critical study of historical and contemporary models of ministry with particular reference to the Caribbean. Theo3011 Pauline Theology Prerequisite: At least 6 credits in Biblical Studies at Level II Biblical Studies This course is intended as an advanced course on Paul, specifically focusing on the identification of the theology of the Apostle Paul, including its relationship with Judaism and Hellenistic.