Building upon the foundations of the narrative of the Old Testament, this unit examines the New Testament texts and traditions describing the continued work of the Creator to redeem the creation and people of God in the ministry, life, death and resurrection of Jesus, as recorded and lived out in the earliest communities of followers.
Unit code: BN8002W
Unit status: Approved (Minor revision)
Unit level: Postgraduate Foundational
Unit discipline: New Testament
Proposing College: Whitley CollegeShow when this unit is running
Describe the complex religious, social and historical circumstances in which Jesus and the early church lived and ministered.
Apply a method for interpreting the different types of New Testament literature.
Apply New Testament teachings to our lives in culturally appropriate ways
Use the tools for biblical interpretation: dictionaries, commentaries, journals, monographs, along with primary sources.
Identify contemporary applications of NT texts by noting similarities and differences between ancient contexts and various contemporary contexts, including but not limited to Indigenous contexts.
Adapt these skills and cultural insights to further studies of the New Testament
Face to Face: lectures, discussion groups Online: following the intensive, weekly online quizzes and interaction for the duration of the semester
|Type||Description||Word count||Weight (%)|
1,250 word Interpretive Journey paper (epistle)
|Project Report or Project Journal||
Cultural Engagement Project (2500 words)
1,250 Interpretive Journey paper (narrative)
|Multiple Choice Quizzes or Tests||
Reading comprehension quizzes (1000 words)
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Prof Albert Haddad on 20 Oct, 2022
Unit record last updated: 2022-10-20 16:18:59 +1100