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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Ministry in the Margins: Poverty, Inequality and Justice
Explores theology and practical ministry through a socio-economic lens. Students will seek to discover how one’s social location and economic...
Special Topics in Missions
Examination of specific topics in missions.
Developing Intercultural Competency for Ministry
Seeks to develop intercultural competencies for Christian leaders. Students will learn how to develop greater cultural self-awareness,...
Gospel, Church and Culture
Preparing missional leaders requires careful examination of the ideologies and cultural milieu of contemporary society. Examines the main...
Same as THEO 0737.
Christianity and Islam: Global Perspectives
Offers a comprehensive study of Islam: its main teachings and beliefs as well as its socio-political impact worldwide. A variety of topics...
Poverty in Canada: The Church’s Mission Among the Poor
An examination of the causes and effects of poverty in Canada from a sociological and biblical perspective, with a focus on poverty as a...
Perspectives on the World Christian Movement
Provides a comprehensive survey of the nature of the Christian mission worldwide with a focus on fulfilling the Great Commission. It covers...
Global History of Mission and Chinese Church as a Sending Church
Analyzes and evaluates 2,000 years of global history of mission, with special emphasis on major mission movements into China, beginning with...
The Challenges of World Religions
Analyzes the thought systems and developmental trends of major world religions such as Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism, and also deals...
Special Topics in Mission
An examination of various topics in missions. May be repeated with different content in different years. Offered in Mandarin.
Cross-cultural Understanding of Mission
Designed to introduce students to the discipline of cultural anthropology from a Christian perspective. Students will learn not only basic...
Mission Ministry and Strategy in the Chinese Church
Based on the importance and implementation of Christian mission in the Chinese churches, this course deals with the foundation of how to...
Introduction to Theology of Mission
Provides an overview of both the Old and New Testaments, and explores the biblical and theological foundation of global mission, to help the...
Culture and Systems Change
The experience of Christianity has often been culturally disastrous for Indigenous peoples. Through the process of decolonization and...
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 0321. Prerequisite: NEWT 0321.
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....
Greek Exegesis I
Designed (with its continuation, NEWT 0524) to bring students with an elementary knowledge of Koine Greek to the point where they can...
Greek Exegesis II
Designed (following on NEWT 0523) to bring students with an elementary knowledge of Koine Greek to the point where they can comfortably use...
Acts of the Apostles: The Church, the Spirit and the Mission of God
A study of the Book of Acts with a focus on its theology, literary artistry and depiction of Christian origins. Prerequisite: BIBL 0501. Same...
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...
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...