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This five week course will teach those who have a thorough basic knowledge of NT Greek to develop their grasp of grammar and syntax, and start to read adapted or glossed passages of text. It is suitable for those who have taken the Post-beginners’ NT Greek 1 course, and for those who have learned some Greek elsewhere or studied it a long time ago! Please ask if you are unsure about the level.
This five week course will bring students to the point of being able to read adapted texts and unadapted sentences with the help of a dictionary, grammar, and commentary. It is suitable for those who have taken the first Intermediate Latin course, and for those who have learned some Latin elsewhere.
The St Albans Certificate in Theology is a programme entailing four compulsory modules and a choice of optional modules (with one or more modules offered each term) introducing the academic discipline of theology. It is externally moderated and is taught at the level of the first year of an undergraduate degree.
This course is an introduction to academic study of the Old Testament, covering the broad sweep of the text, but rooted also in the study of a range of specific passages, paying attention to their genre, structure, purpose, theology, and themes. While attentive to the historical and critical issues of academic research, these issues will be applied for a better understanding of how the Old Testament works as scripture.
St Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians is one of the most interesting pastoral letters composed by Paul. The course will look closely at what we can uncover about the background and situation of the letter.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer is widely acknowledged as a hugely important twentieth-century Christian witness, particularly for his unswerving resistance to Nazi totalitarianism which led to his execution in Flossenbürg Concentration Camp in 1945. However, his life cannot be separated from his theological studies, although some of his texts have remained obscure and have as yet gained only a limited readership among theological specialists.