Seminary & Graduate Courses
The following is a list of Seminary & Graduate courses offered by Tyndale. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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|Course code||Course Name/Description|
Celtic spirituality appeals to the mind, body and spirit. Intended to introduce the mysterious spiritual world that draws on pre-Christian...
Building the Church through Small Groups
Same as CHED 0663 and PAST 0644.
Special Topics in Spiritual Formation
Examination of specific topics in spiritual formation.
Spiritual Care of the Dying and Grieving
Same as COUN 0684 and PAST TH51.
Provides an integrated study of the Christian life and the development of personal character shaped by the values and virtues of God’s...
|SPIR 0710 and SPIR 0711||
Spiritual Direction Internship I and II
Designed for those seeking to become certified spiritual directors. Students learn the art and practice of spiritual direction through weekly...
Provides a personal spiritual growth experience through a theological understanding of the essentials of spiritual formation; exploring major...
This one-week retreat course seeks to develop a biblical-theological spiritual theology and addresses central aspects of the Christian...
Indigenous Spirituality and Formation
Indigenous understandings of the nature of the spiritual and of spirituality differ in many respects from those commonly held within Western...
Leadership Development: A Lifelong Spiritual Journey
Seeks to foster the student’s holistic spiritual growth, to deepen the student’s understanding of his or her own spiritual path, gifts and...
An introduction to some chief elements in the Christian spiritual life, including biblical and theological foundations for balanced...
Systematic Theology: Faith Seeking Understanding
Equips students to use the tools of systematic theology to understand, proclaim, and live the Christian faith today. We will address such...
Designed to introduce students to the field of Christian apologetics. Attention will be given to the rationale for apologetics and its place...
Christian Ethics in a Post-Christian World
Equips students to navigate the complexities of following Jesus with faithfulness, integrity, and wisdom in our contemporary post-Christian...
Doing Theology in Context
Exposes students to important shifts and trends in contemporary Christian thought and provides an enriching context for discussion and...
Theological Method and Practice
Guides and equips students to reflect critically and constructively on the practice of theology as an academic, pastoral, and missional...
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...
Compassion, Social Justice and the Mission of God
Same as MISS 0603.
Theology of Church Renewal: Movements of the Spirit
Focuses on the recurring phenomenon of renewal in the Church as a key aspect of a biblical and contemporary ecclesiology. Church renewal will...
John Wesley’s Theology: Renewing the Heart, Renewing the Church
An examination of the life and thought of John Wesley, and of early Methodism as a movement of evangelism, renewal and mission within the...
Topics in Christian Doctrine
A seminar in systematic theology in which one major Christian doctrine, such as the doctrine of the Trinity, Christ, salvation, etc., is...
Theology of Martin Luther
Examines the key works of Luther, as well as major themes in the Wittenberger’s theology (e.g., the righteousness of God, the theology of the...
Theology of John Calvin
Examines closely Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion. Topics such as the knowledge of God, Trinity, Scriptures, providence, the...
Theology of Karl Barth
Examines the work of the most significant theologian since the Reformation. Attention is directed to expositions of major doctrines; e.g....
Theology of the Human Person
Acquaints students with the theology of the human person. It focuses on biblical and doctrinal issues that bear upon such questions as, “What...