The following is a list of undergraduate courses offered by Tyndale University. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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Second Temple Judaism
Study of the history, culture, religion and literature of the Jewish people from the end of the exile until the destruction of Jerusalem by...
Jesus and the Synoptic Tradition
An exploration of who Jesus was and what he accomplished as recorded by the canonical witnesses of Matthew, Mark and Luke, in conversation...
Paul: Apostle and Theologian
Examination of the person, life and theology of the apostle Paul. Will emphasize Paul’s missionary journeys and order of his letters, his...
Directed Study in Biblical Studies and Theology
Open to third- and fourth-year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and in which the professor has an...
The Spirituality of the Early Church
Examines the spirituality and theology of the early Church Fathers by addressing early Christian creeds, liturgies, and teaching on prayer...
Augustine of Hippo
Explores the life and thought of one of the most influential figures in the history of Christianity and Western culture. Particular attention...
Medieval Theology and Spirituality
Provides an introduction to medieval theology and spirituality in both the Eastern (Byzantine) and Western traditions, from the 6th to the...
Examination of the life, writings, and thought of Thomas Aquinas. Particular attention will be given to his Summa Theologiae, among other...
Focuses primarily on the theology of the main Protestant Reformers, including Luther, Zwingli and Calvin. Attention may also be given to the...
Examines the development of Christian theology from the 17th to the 20th centuries, including post-Reformation scholasticism, the influence...
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...
Examines one or more major theological figures from church history and their contribution to the articulation and development of theological...
Doctrine of Scripture
Explores the Christian understanding of God’s revelation. Although attention may be given to the doctrines of general and special revelation...
Doctrine of God
Examines the existence and attributes of God and the relationship of God to the world. It gives particular attention to the biblical and...
Doctrine of Creation
Focuses on the doctrine of creation and the related doctrine of providence. Attention will also be given to the doctrine of the human...
Doctrine of the Human Person
Endeavors to acquaint students with the theology of the human person. Focuses on biblical and doctrinal issues that bear upon such questions...
Doctrine of Christ
Examines the doctrine of the person and work of Jesus Christ. Attention will be given to controversies in the early church leading to the...
Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
Examines the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Attention is given to fundamental theological questions concerning the person, work and ministry of...
Doctrine of Salvation
Explores key areas of salvation, such as election, conversion, justification and sanctification, paying close attention to Scripture and also...
Doctrine of the Church
Examines the origin, nature, purpose, polity, mission, and ministry of the church. Some contemporary issues in ecclesiology will be...
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...
Examines the religious beliefs and practices of Judaism, including Rabbinic Judaism, Medieval Judaism, and Contemporary Judaism. Topics will...
Offers a comprehensive study of Islam: its basic beliefs and practices, including the impact of social and political Islam on our...
Contemporary Religious Movements
Focuses on new religious movements (traditionally referred to as “cults”) that are connected to existing religious traditions yet are no...
Christianity and Science
A basic exploration of the relationships between science and the Christian faith that includes both philosophic issues and concrete examples...