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|
Revelation: Hope in a World Gone Wrong
A study of the Book of Revelation with a focus on its literary genre, theological themes and the various schools of interpretation. A...
The Parables of Jesus: Words that Transform
Jesus’ parables provide rich insight into the main themes of his preaching and have a powerful message for the contemporary church. It is...
Same as SPIR 0529.
Wrestling with Troubling Texts
Examines troublesome biblical texts by exploring hermeneutical methods that emphasize reading biblical texts redemptively within their...
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...
Encountering Jesus in the Gospels
Offers an opportunity to study Jesus through the lens of the canonical Gospels. We will consider what it means to know and follow Jesus based...
A study of the Gospel of Mark on the basis of the English text. Attention will be given to the Gospel’s historical context, literary...
Romans: Faith in the God who Rescues
As he prepared for his last, fateful journey to Jerusalem, Paul sent the Roman churches a summary and defence of his controversial preaching...
A study of the Gospel of Matthew on the basis of the English text. The literary structure and characteristics, the portrayal of Jesus and the...
The Pastoral Epistles
A study focusing on the letters of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus based on the English text. Critical issues with regard to background, context...
The General Epistles
A close reading of James, 1 & 2 Peter and Jude, with special attention given to literary, sociohistorical and theological understandings...
Explores the questions of authorship and situation of the Johannine epistles, ancient letter writing as it relates to 1, 2 & 3 John; the...
Special Topics in New Testament
Examination of specific topics in the New Testament.
The common thread of Paul’s imprisonment ties Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon together as the “Prison Epistles.” This course...
1 Corinthians: Paul’s Letter to a Community in Chaos
Although we sometimes idealize the first century church, Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians reveals a community in chaos. Examines the...
A cultural and literary study of the Epistle to the Hebrews, concentrating upon such themes as the new covenant, Christology, and eschatology...
The purpose of this section-by-section analysis of the third Gospel is to determine what Luke wanted his audience to hear. Our approach to...
Gospel of John: Light in the Darkness
A study focusing on the Gospel of John on the basis of the English text. After reviewing the background to the Gospel, emphasis is placed on...
Examines 2 Corinthians to discover its profound teaching on the nature of true Christian ministry. Issues such as discipline and forgiveness...
Luke’s Charismatic Theology
Same as PENT 0503.
New Testament Theology and History
A study of the background contents of the New Testament with a view to placing the books in their historical setting. An introduction to...
Elementary Greek I
An introduction to the fundamentals of Greek for the study of the New Testament. Intended for MDiv and other theological students who wish to...
Elementary Greek II
Continuation of NEWT CM10 Elementary Greek I. Prerequisite: NEWT CM10. Offered in Mandarin.
Greek Exegesis I
An introduction to the practice of Greek exegesis with a view to equipping the student with a methodology to interpret the New Testament text...
Gospel of John
A study of the message of the Gospel of John in light of its historical, literary, and theological contexts. Special emphasis will be given...