The following is a list of courses offered by Tyndale Seminary. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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|Course code||Course Name/Description|
Participating in God's Work: Preaching Foundations
Grounded in the conviction that God speaks by the power of the Holy Spirit when the words of scripture are read and preached, this course...
Sustaining the Preaching Life: Spiritual Well-Being
John Calvin said all wisdom springs from knowing God and ourselves. Without a deep knowledge of God and self, the preacher is incapable of...
Communicating the Gospel in Post-Christian Canada
Assessment of the challenge and opportunities of preaching the good news in the context of emerging post-modern attitudes and values,...
Embodying the Gospel: Enhancing Communication Skills
Using seminar and workshop settings, the relationship between speech communication, content, form and style in preaching will be addressed....
Exegeting the Congregation and Community: Research Methods
An exploration of research methods used to acquire a more comprehensive and holistic understanding of the local congregation and its...
Proclaiming Biblical Narratives
Narrative/story material is the largest single genre of literature in the Bible. This course addresses how to faithfully interpret and preach...
Proclaiming the Parables
The parables Jesus spoke in are deceptively simple yet frequently misunderstood. This course helps students gain competence in exegetical and...
Proclaiming the Message of the Cross
Explores the biblical teaching and the church's reflection upon the doctrine of the atonement, pondering how the message of the cross of...
Proclaiming the Psalms
Explores how to extract the Psalms for comfort, encouragement, and wisdom and as use as templates for worship, prayer, proclamation, and self...
Directed Reading and Research
Directed Reading and Research (DRR) courses allow students to study in a specific area of interest not addressed by the scheduled course...
Special Topics in Preaching and Communication
Examination of specific topics in preaching and communication. E.g., History of Preaching, Theology of Preaching, Cultural Differences in...
Provides support and guidance for continuing in and competing work for the DMin program. Pass/ Fail No credits.
Articulating the Journey: Preaching Identity
Students will articulate their own theology of preaching, informed by coursework, readings, a preaching mentor drawn from church history, and...
Discerning the Setting: Preaching Context and Strategies
Students will describe and apply understanding of their congregation/ministry in its larger community setting, and propose strategies for...
Making a Difference: Preaching Field Project
Students will create, implement and assess a personalized preaching field project in collaboration with members of their own ministry setting...
Integration: Research Portfolio and Hearing
Facilitates the completion of the summative Doctor of Ministry project, integrating the three portfolio artifacts into a coherent single...