The Bachelor of Theology concentrates on the disciplines by which the knowledge of God if developed and articulated in two main field: Bible and Language (LA, OT, NT, BB) and, Christian Thought and History (TH, CH, PE).
This course in theology provides a grounding for ministry by establishing a foundation in theological education and reflection. Up to 24 credit points from Ministry and Practice units can also be incorporated as electives within this degree.
Open to persons who have achieved an Australian Tertiary Admission rank (ATAR) score of no less than 65 or equivalent. Mature-age entry is available for candidates 21 years and older.
The Bachelor of Theology introduces students, in a systematic manner, to the classical discipline of theology, as a means of preparing men and women for well-informed participation in the life of the church and, if students so choose, for ministry in one or more areas of pastoral practice.
The Bachelor of Theology has been devised to train men and women for ministry in areas of pastoral practice. Morling is the accrediting college for Baptist ministers in NSW and ACT, and the Bachelor of Theology is recommended for those who wish to become an accredited Baptist Pastor.
96 credit points at 300/400-level.
3 years full-time (The maximum candidature is 9 years part-time).
Units are available both on-campus and online.
|BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY|
|OT301 & OT302||Old Testament Introduction||8|
|NT301 & NT302||New Testament Introduction||8|
|CH301 & CH302||Church History||8|
|TH401, TH402, TH403 or TH404||Theology||12|
|OT4-- & NT4||Exegesis||20|
|CH/TH/PE/BB/ OT/NT/LA||Christian Thought/Bible/Languages||4|
No more than ten 300-level units can be taken in the degree.
This is a course of the Australian College of Theology.
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