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Christianity and Science
A basic exploration of the relationships between science and the Christian faith that includes both philosophic issues and concrete examples...
Practicum in Psycho-Social Health and Health Determinants
A capstone requirement in the Health & Human Services with a Minor in Psychology program at Tyndale. All program candidates must complete...
General Chemistry II
A continuation of CHEM 101(3), covering topics such as general chemical equilibrium theory, solution chemistry, acid-base theory, rates and...
Elementary New Testament Greek II
A continuation of detailed Greek grammar and syntax study with significant reading and analysis of Greek New Testament passages. Prerequisite...
A course in professional sales which focuses not only on the professional disciplines needed to succeed in sales, but also emphasizes the...
Literature and Composition
A development of writing skills necessary for university work, including a review of the fundamentals of grammar. Students will be given...
Cinema and Christianity
A film survey course designed to study the history and value of cinematic expression in the context of a theological framework. Landmark...
Applications in Community Development
A follow-up to CDEV 301. This course allows students to apply theoretical perspectives learned in the previous course. This advanced level...
Introduction to Sociology I
A general introduction to basic concepts and themes in sociology. These include social change, institutions and organizations. Theoretical...
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew II
A more detailed study of Hebrew grammar and syntax through the reading of selected portions of the Hebrew Old Testament. Prerequisite: HEBR...
Introduction to Theatre II
A practical introduction to the fundamentals of acting. This course will introduce students to the foundations of acting through movement,...
A section-by-section study of Paul's letter to the Romans to determine what Paul wanted his audience in Rome to hear, and then to ask...
Seminar in Intercultural Studies
A seminar for ministry designed to explore the folk nature of religion and why understanding theological systems alone is inadequate. The...
A standard first year level Calculus course which covers a wide variety of topics, which include: the real number system, algebra of...
A standard first year level integral Calculus course which covers a wide variety of topics, which include: inverse functions, pital's...
Visual Art: Introduction to Studio Practice
A studio class for students who have a basic knowledge of art and are ready to challenge themselves to discover their own art-making...
Ancient Near East
A study of the archaeology, culture, religions and texts of the Ancient Near East, with particular interest in understanding the people of...
George Herbert: Priest and Poet
A study of the life and works of one of 17th century England's supreme poets, drawing on biographies and other secondary sources to...
A study of the structure, message and uniqueness of the Gospel of Mark that is intended to help students interact with the literary genre...
Israel Study Tour: Historical Geography of the Bible
A study tour of Israel that combines travel with lectures and readings to provide students with a rich, on-site learning experience. Students...
Developmental Psychology II: Adulthood and Aging
A survey of current theories of physical, cognitive, personality and social development as applied to adults and the elderly is the focus....
A survey of the first five books of the Bible, also called the five books of Moses or the Law (Torah) in Judaism. Examination of the literary...
Doctrine of Eschatology
Addresses the doctrine of the return of Jesus Christ in glory and a number of surrounding events, including the millennium, the resurrection...
The Evangelical Movement: From the Great Awakening to the Present
Addresses the question, what is Evangelicalism? By examining the origins, development, and theological distinctives of the Evangelical...
Seminar in Philosophy
Advanced study of a topic in contemporary philosophy of religion. Students are expected to contribute to the seminar by conducting research...