NT781 A Ministry in Crisis: Studies in 2 Corinthians

Paul’s letters to the church in Corinth are a rich resource that encouraged believers in their walk of faith with the Lord.

Subject CodeNT781 - Postgraduate
Pre-requisitesNone
Study ModeIntensive
Next Available29 August - 2 September, 2016 and 5 - 9 September, 2016

Dr. Colin Kruse

WHY study an intensive?

Intensives are a great way to add units to your studies as they are taught over a short time frame rather than over a semester. This means that the course work is compressed into a week or two, with the same lecturers and types of assessments as other subjects.

This may be of benefit to students who find themselves forgetting lessons from week to week, or for students who have limited time during semester due to work and family.

Anyone can study an Intensive as long as they meet enrolment and any pre-requisites required.

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    Overview

    At the end of this intensive subject, you should be able to appreciate 2 Corinthians as a resource for pastoral ministry.

    You will also be equipped with skills to use the text of 2 Corinthians responsibly in pastoral ministry; recognise the contribution of recent scholarly work to an understanding of 2 Corinthians for use in pastoral ministry; and understand the connections between weakness and power in Christian ministry, and recognise the marks of authentic Christian ministry.

      Lecturer

      This subject will be taught by Dr. Colin Kruse.

        Assessments

        Assessments will be advised first day of class.

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