In 2020 we are offering FOUR Christian Studies (formerly Anglican Studies) courses, in association with the accredited provider of these courses, the College of St John the Evangelist, Auckland (also known as St John’s College or SJC).

Semester 1: MMF 505 Formed for Mission (10 credits)

This course will investigate, analyse and apply Christian doctrine, Christian spirituality and theological method for the formation of missional identity and reflective ministry practice in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course participants will be able to:

  1. Articulate how the theology of the missio Dei, selected elements of Christian doctrine, Church history and contextual theological methods relate to missional praxis.
  2. Describe missional models for disciple-forming and mission-oriented Christian communities for application in one’s own practice.
  3. Apply an Anglican ethos of mission and missional practices for leadership of self and others.

Face to face teaching weekend (optional): Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, 14th – 15th February 2020, Christchurch, plus 4 online weeks

Online only: 8 weeks

More information regarding online seminar dates can be found on the St Johns website (click here).

For more details about the course, please read the course outline: MMF 505 Formed for Mission FlexiLearn Chch 2020.

Lead tutor: Mark Barnard, St John’s College, Auckland

Registration: by 5pm Friday 24 January 2020. Register by emailing Heather Fraser, Administrator of Theology House, admin@theologyhouse.ac.nz who will supply you with a formal enrollment form.

Cost: tuition fees are zero (thanks to funding from St John’s College) but there is a $50 administration fee for each course, payable to Theology House.

 

Semester 1: BST 512 Gospel of Luke Today (10 credits) 

An exploration of meaning of the Third Gospel for our current context.

Face to face teaching weekend (optional): Friday evening to Saturday afternoon, 1st – 2nd May, Christchurch, plus 4 online weeks

Online only: 8 weeks

Lead tutor: Tom Innes, Diocese of Christchurch.

Registration: by 5pm Friday 24 January 2020. Register by emailing Heather Fraser, Administrator of Theology House, admin@theologyhouse.ac.nz who will supply you with a formal enrollment form.

Cost: tuition fees are zero (thanks to funding from St John’s College) but there is a $50 administration fee for each course, payable to Theology House.

Semester 2: THE 510 Doing Theology (15 credits)

Face to face teaching weekend: Friday evening to Saturday afternoon 17th – 18th July, plus 8 online weeks

Registration: by 5pm Friday 29 May 2020. Register by emailing Heather Fraser, Administrator of Theology House, admin@theologyhouse.ac.nz who will supply you with a formal enrollment form.

Cost: tuition fees are zero (thanks to funding from St John’s College) but there is a $50 administration fee for each course, payable to Theology House.

 

Semester 2: MMF 508 Developing Inter-generational (5 credits)

No intensive, 6 weeks of 2 hours teaching online.

Registration: by 5pm Friday 29 May 2020. Register by emailing Heather Fraser, Administrator of Theology House, admin@theologyhouse.ac.nz who will supply you with a formal enrollment form.

Cost: tuition fees are zero (thanks to funding from St John’s College) but there is a $50 administration fee for each course, payable to Theology House.

 

 

For more information regarding enrollment and administration of these courses, please email Heather Fraser, Administrator of Theology House, admin@theologyhouse.ac.nz.