BB407/607 Biblical Theology of Mission
A study of the centrality of God’s redemptive plan on behalf of humanity and creation as it unfolds in the Old and New Testaments. This course pays particular attention to Christological (Messianic) and Missional (mission of God’s people) themes in the Bible.
|Subject Code||BB407 - Undergraduate|
|BB607 - Graduate|
|Next Available||Semester 1, 2019|
Approximately half the course is devoted to gaining an understanding of Biblical Theology and the other half to learning how to apply it. The learning outcomes of the course are to: (1) Know and understand the biblical foundations for, and the role of humanity in God's mission as it unfolds from Genesis to Revelation; (2) Be able to explain and discuss the different eras of God's unfolding plan of salvation; analyse a theme/passage in light of God's unfolding plan of salvation; (3) Be in a position to apply the biblical theology of mission to personal and contemporary ministry/mission contexts.
1. Six reading reflections (250 words each)
2. Major Essay (2500 words)
3. Short Essay (BB407 students 1500 words; BB607 students 1250 words)
4. Book Review (BB607 students only, 1250 words)
- Bartholomew, C.G. & Goheen, M.W. The Drama of Scripture. London: SPCK, 2014.
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