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Electives

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Course Description:

Electives must meet certain outcomes. Please check with your Faculty advisor before selecting courses. A complete list of courses can be found at on the TST Web site.

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Teaching Method: Varies

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Biblical Hermeneutics – KNB 3930H

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Course Description:

An exploration of contemporary hermeneutical theories, including those of Heidegger,
Gadamer, Habermas, Ricoeur and Levinas. This is an interdisciplinary course, which integrates
aspects of biblical studies with philosophy, semiology and theology. Journals; assignment;
major essay.

Prerequisite: Greek Exegesis


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Teaching Bible in the Church – KNP 3426H

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Course Description:

What are unique, creative, effective and meaningful ways of teaching Bible in the church today? This course will explore and experience various approaches of teaching Bible in the church, assessing appropriateness to the church, to the world we live in, a variety of social and cultural dynamics, and various age levels. Also, the students will be expected to apply Biblical interpretation skills to actual teaching. Lectures, teaching practice, small papers and final paper.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Education, >Intro OT ,  and >Intro NT.


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Pastoral Integration – KNP 3663H

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Course Description:

This final year Knox course aims to bring together various elements of the courses done by students as a final year integrative exercise.

Prerequisite: TFE placement. Assignments and major paper.


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Ethics in Context – EMT 2902H

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Course Description:

An introduction to the content, methods, and practices of Christian ethics through select key voices, past and present, in Christian ethics and using tools for moral reflection/action. Focus on moral issues, for example, poverty and ecological destruction.  Students will be encouraged to refine the ethical awareness they bring to a variety of moral challenges within their lives, the churches, society and wider world.  Lectures, small group discussions; analysis of a moral argument (30%); paper on a theological ethicist (figure) (30%); final integrative project on wealth and poverty (40%).  Prerequisites: Introductory Bible and Theology.

Please consult the TST Web site for more information.

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