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Brain and Behaviour
Examines the relationship between behaviour and the structure and function of human and animal neural systems. Technological advances in...
Principles of Ecology
This course is an introduction to the study of the interaction of organisms and the environment. Topics include physiological ecology,...
This course examines fundamental concepts of genetics. Topics include mechanisms and patterns of inheritance, structure and function of DNA,...
Old Testament Scripture
Survey of the redemptive story in the three major divisions of the Old Testament (the Law/ Torah, the Prophets and the Writings), including...
New Testament Scripture
Survey of the redemptive story in the literature of the New Testament, including an orientation to the historical backgrounds, religious...
Provides an orientation to the different types of literature in the Bible, with a practical study of relevant methods used in their...
Torah & the Ancient Near East
Examines the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, the Pentateuch, with special reference to introduction, exegesis and history. Attention is...
Life and Teachings of Jesus
Explores Jesus's life and teachings against the backdrop of the first-century world and the intentional witness of the four evangelists...
Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements
Introduces students to the nature and the effect of twentieth century Pentecostal and charismatic movements and examines the influence and...
Introduction to Christian Theology
Provides an orientation to the central teachings of the Bible as revealed in the flow of redemptive history, including a focus on various...
Introduction to World Religions
Explores various major religions of the world, such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism and Islam. Other topics may include Daoism, Shamanism,...
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...
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...
Former Prophets(Historical Books)
Explores aspects and themes of the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings. May emphasize some books and texts more than others, but the...
Latter Prophets: Major
Study of the theological and literary emphases of Isaiah, Jeremiah or Ezekiel. Will address the themes, historical situation of the prophet(s...
Latter Prophets: Minor
Explores the section of the Latter Prophets known as The Book of the Twelve. Considers the relationship of Hosea-Malachi and the problem of...
Examines the hymns of the people of Israel with regard to their theology and literary types of the Psalms. The arrangement of the Psalms and...
Survey of especially the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, which may cover Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs and should...
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...
Explores the legal and cultic context of the Ten Commandments. The course will also address the significance of the Decalogue in Christian...
A study of the structure, message and uniqueness of the Gospel of Mark that is intended to help students interact with the literary genre...
Luke and Acts
Study of the life of Jesus and the beginning of the early church as told in Luke and Acts. Either Luke or Acts will function as the primary...
Examines the literary structure, narrative development, authorial purpose and interpretation of the Fourth Gospel in its historical context...
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...
Explores the letters of Paul and concentrates on the historical, social and religious contexts of the early Christian communities to which...