After completing this course, the student can: •Enhance his graduate degree by taking any of the graduate certificates available•progress towards an D.Min
•Unit research essays according to module requirements.•Final research paper Student learning requirement evaluation
Master of Divinity - Christian Ministry
After completing this course, the student1.Trace major themes or agendas throughout the book of Acts (such as empowerment by the Spirit, cross-cultural evangelism, and prayer) and how those themes further develop ideas introduced in Luke’s first volume (the Gospel of Luke).2.Determine ways in which the lessons Luke teaches through his major themes in the book of Acts can be applied most effectively in your own cultural/ministerial context.3.Develop advanced skills in using both print and electronic biblical language research tools (lexicons, concordances, grammars, wordbooks, etc.) in order to deepen one’s understanding of the biblical texts.4.Thinkcriticallyaboutlearningandinstructionaltheoriesandtheirepistemologicalandworldviewassumptions.5.Integrated with his or her faith worldviews assumptions and apply them in his or her ministry and cultural context.6.3.Explain different learning theories and evaluate the contribution of each one to the development of learning experiences.7.Interpret the Great Commission passages in the light of their immediate and remote biblical contexts.8.Develop a personal position statement that reflects the missionary nature of the church—including both the evangelistic and socio-humanitarian mandates—and expresses how living according to this statement will affect your ministry.
MQF/EQF Level 7
Master of Divinity - Biblical Language Track - Course modules