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RTC has some great options for study at our Melbourne campus in Semester 1, 2020. If you are about to begin study, why not take up one or more of these?
Jesus and the Gospels
This unit provides an overview of the Gospels, examining how they came to be, how they are best understood, and how their authors highlight the life, ministry, and significance of Jesus of Nazareth. Taught by Dr Martin Williams, this foundational unit is ideal for students commencing a new course of study.
Christianity in History from 1550 to Modern Times
The Church from 1550 to Modern Times surveys the major phases and developments in Christian history from the time of the Reformation, with a view to applying these perspectives to current issues in ministry and the contemporary world.
Theology: The Knowledge of God
Dr Martin Williams will lead this exploration of how we know God, how God reveals himself, and how this knowledge benefits us and helps others to know Him.
Foundations for Pastoral Care
This unit is designed to help you commence a ministry of pastoral care and enable you to maintain appropriate self-care throughout. It will survey various perspectives and issues in pastoral theology and explore their application to the Christian life.
Biblical Hebrew A
Here’s a unique chance to learn the language the OT was written in. It will equip students with the basic tools for translating biblical Hebrew, laying a foundation for a deeper exploration of the OT.
Introduction to Biblical Theology (Intensive)
An ideal subject for all pastors, preachers, and lay persons! Dr Karl Deenick and Rev. Andrew Stewart will lead an exploration of the discipline of biblical theology, trace the development of major themes within Scripture, and provide a basis for understanding the relationship between the two. This foundation will equip you to undertake further study in theology, and biblical exegesis and hermeneutics, and to explain to others how the Bible hangs together as a whole.
Theology of Mission (Intensive)
Theology of Mission, with Dr Phillip Scheepers, is a great subject for anyone with a mind to explore a call to mission-based ministry and apply a biblical perspective to their mission work locally or overseas.
Additional study opPortunities
In addition to these subjects, we are also offering units on The Pentateuch, Greek Exegesis, and Preaching.
All units can be taken toward a diploma, undergraduate degree, graduate degree or gradate diploma. All awards are accredited by the Australian College of Theology. Classes begin on 18th February.
If you are not wanting a degree or diploma, you could consider being an “audit” student (with no assessment or academic credit) for just $300/unit.