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|
The Pastoral Epistles
A study of the messages of the letters of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus in light of their historical, literary, and theological background and...
Book Study: Romans
An interpretive (exegetical, structural, social, theological and pastoral) study of Paul’s letters to the Roman believers. Students will go...
The Book of Revelation
A study of the Book of Revelation with a focus on its literary genre, theological themes and the various schools of interpretation. A...
Elementary Greek I
An intensive introduction to the fundamentals of Greek for the study of the New Testament. Intended for Master of Divinity students and other...
Elementary Greek II
Continuation of NEWT I801. Prerequisite: NEWT I801.
Greek Exegesis I
Involves a second year of work with the Greek New Testament. This course is designed to sharpen exegetical skills.
New Testament Theology and History
Provides an overview of the New Testament and moves toward developing an integrated biblical theology from the standpoint of a missional...
This one-week intensive course, held at a retreat centre, focused study of the book of Ephesians designed to sharpen exegetical skills and...
New Testament Foundations
A general introduction to the historical, sociological, and theological context in which the New Testament Scriptures came into existence,...
New Testament Theology and History
A study of the New Testament focusing on its overarching vision of God’s mission in the world and how human beings are called to respond....
New Testament Book Study: Gospel
A detailed examination of one of the four Gospels.
New Testament Book Study: Ephesians
A detailed examination of Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians. Critical issues with regard to cultural and historical contexts, authorship and...
Old Testament Theology and History
Designed to provide the student with a general introduction to the historical, sociological and religious world in which the Old Testament...
Old Testament Prophets
A study of introductory issues related to the prophetic books of the Old Testament. Traces the theological themes and progression of thought...
A literary and theological study of the wisdom literature in the Old Testament (Proverbs, Job, Ecclesiastes) with special focus on the place...
A survey of the first five books of the Bible with reference to their cultural background, historical context and the history of...
An exegetical and theological study of selected texts from the Book of the Twelve Minor Prophets. Attention will be devoted to the historical...
1 & 2 Kings
Relates the history of God’s people from David to the Exile. Students will read the Books of Kings to discover their thematics, structure and...
1 & 2 Chronicles
Among the least read (and most misunderstood) books in the Old Testament are 1 & 2 Chronicles. Yet, we will discover in this course that...
Wrestling with Troubling Texts
Same as NEWT 0541.
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...
Women in the Old Testament
What did it mean to be a woman during Old Testament times? In order to gain theological insight into the Bible’s portrayal of women, we...
Hebrew Grammar I
An introduction to the basic principles of biblical Hebrew with emphasis on morphology, phonology and syntax.
Hebrew Grammar II
The continuation of OLDT 0611 Hebrew Grammar I, including some reading of selected portions of the Hebrew Old Testament. Prerequisite: OLDT...
Daniel and Apocalyptic Literature
A literary, interpretive and theological study of the book of Daniel with special focus on the apocalyptic genre, the sociohistorical milieu...