Theological Studies

The Theological Studies degree develops your capacity for careful analysis and study of theology. You will learn the thoughts of great theologians while incorporating the disciplines of Christian spirituality from the evangelical perspective.

Integrative Studies

Tyndale’s Theological Studies focuses on studying theology and practicing Christian spirituality. It is designed to integrate several areas of study including: biblical studies, biblical languages, Christian theology, church history, and ministry formation. You will gain the knowledge, skills, and tools to be ready for church ministry or continued education in your future.

Holistic

You will learn from great theologians such as John Calvin, John Wesley, and Martin Luther. Holistically studying the perspectives of several major theologians will give you the understanding, confidence, and answers to address difficult theological questions. Courses such as Philosophy for Understanding Theology, Historical Theology, and Contemporary Theology produce the foundation for you to develop as a theologian in your own right.

Contemporary

You will study in a contemporary, multicultural, and denominationally-diverse Christian community. Our professors tailor and teach courses such as Prayer and the People of God, Theology of the Human Person, World Religions, Christianity and Islam, and, Evil and Suffering to help you understand and address the issues relevant to today’s church.

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Our program includes studies in topics such as The Meaning of ‘Evangelical’, The Sovereignty of God, The Doctrine of the Trinity, Salvation by Grace, Grace vs. Works, Meaning of the Cross and more...

Degree and Diploma Options


MDiv

Master of Divinity

27 courses
3 years

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MTS

Master of Theological Studies

18 courses
2 years

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Diploma

Graduate Diploma

9 courses
1 year

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ThM

Master of Theology

6 courses + thesis
1 year

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Holistically studying the perspectives of several major theologians will give you the understanding, confidence, and answers to address difficult theological questions.