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Whatever your calling and wherever it is to be exercised, the ability to think and speak clearly about God is crucial. Tabor's Theology and Christian Studies courses provide in-depth understanding for handling Scripture and deepening spiritual life. All our courses introduce you to studies of Scripture and Christian truth, an overview of history and ethics, and much more.
The bachelor's degree (BTh) includes biblical languages, and provides a solid foundation for further academic studies in biblical and theological areas. Many perspectives on major issues are presented and discussed, with students free to draw their own conclusions and defend with own perspectives.
The graduate diploma (Gr Dip A) provides a grounding for graduates of other disciplines. The graduate diploma exposes the student to thinking theologically, analysing scripture carefully and thinking about ideas in the light of their history and social context.
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Certificate and Diploma courses are offered to give functional training for a variety of specific settings. These include specialisations in youth ministry, chaplaincy, and a range of community and church ministries. Certificate and Diploma students learn the basics of ministry.
The Bachelor of Theology degree is a rigorous academic program setting a student on a path towards ministry, leadership or further theological studies. The degree includes a solid foundational exploration of Scripture, through its history, the interpretation of the texts, and how it has been applied by Jews and Christians. Students are exposed to study of Biblical Greek and/ or Hebrew, and develop skills in biblical interpretation. A solid foundation in Christian History and the development of doctrine is laid, and further exploration through a wide range of electives rounds out the course to suit student needs and learning desires.
The Graduate Diploma in Arts (Theology) is a means whereby a non-theology graduate can kick start their studies of theology. Its eight units include five core units in Theology, History of Biblical interpretation and Christian thinking. Three electives, drawn from a wide range of options including biblical and theological studies, round out the program to the student's requirements.
The following courses are no longer taking new enrolments but are being taught out to existing students.