Courses Offered in Fall 2023
Critical Analysis course (CA10120) must be taken as a prerequisite to all other courses (except for Biblical langages and Academic langages). In other words, this course is compulsory for all new students (except for those who choose the Audit program). It is not possible for the student to take any other class as long as he has not passed the Critical Analysis class.
|OT1023||Old Testament Survey II||Part II covers Job to Malachi. It consists of a general overview of the OT as God’s inspired Word in its ANE contexts, introductory issues (author, genres, major themes, and theology), and gives attention to some current critical methods (form, canon, and narrative criticisms).||3||Njato RAZAFIMBAHINY|
|ST1014||Systematic Theology I||An Introduction to Christian Doctrine, surveying the principal themes that make up the core of Christian Theology.||4||Mandimby RANAIVOARISOA|
|CA1012||Critical Analysis||This course introduces the student to the practice of academic critical analysis. It seeks to develop the skills of accurately identifying, summarizing, analyzing, and evaluating the argument of an author or a text.||2||Mandimby RANAIVOARISOA|
|LA1210||Academic English||This course trains students to read and write academic and theological works in English.||0||Charissa WILSON|
|LA1310||Academic French||This course trains students to read and write academic and theological works in French.||0||Tiana RANAIVOARISOA|