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Bachelor Of Arts (Biblical Theology)

BACHELOR OF ARTS (BIBLICAL THEOLOGY

Academic Year

1

2

3

4

Total

No. of Units

12

12

12

12

48

S/NO

UNIT CODE AND TITLE

SEM 1

SEM 2

 

LEVEL 100

   
 

UCU 100: Communication Skills

   
 

UCU 101: Development Studies

   

     1.

UCU 103: Introduction to Critical and Creative Thinking

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   2.

ARE 104: Introduction to World Religions            

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3.

ARE 105: Introduction to African Religion and Culture

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4.

APH 100: Introduction to Philosophy

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5.

APS 102: Social Psychology

 

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6.

ARE 109: Ancient Israelite Religion

 

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7.

ARE 110: Formation of the Canon

 

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8.

ARE 111: History of Biblical Theology

 

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9.

ARE 112: Text of the Old Testament

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10.

ARE 113: Text of the New Testament

 

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LEVEL 200

   

     1.

ARE 230: Theology of the Old Testament 1

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     2.

ARE 231: Theology of the New Testament I

 

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     3.

ARE 232: Introduction to the Pentateuch

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     4.

ARE 233: Historical Background to the New Testament

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     5.

ARE 234: Literature of Inter-Testamental Period

 

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     6.

ARE 235: Introduction to the Gospels

 

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     7.

ARE 236: New Testament Letters I

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     8.

ARE 237: Johannine Literature

 

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     9.

ARE 240: History of the English Version of the Bible.

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     10.

ARE 241: Unity and Diversity in Old and New Testaments

 

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     11.

ARE 242: Contemporary African Theologies.

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     12.

ARE 243: Biblical Texts and Texts of Other Religions

 

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LEVEL 300

   

       1.

ARE 347: Old Testament Exegesis

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       2.

ARE 348: New Testamet Exegesis

 

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       3.

ARE 349: Theology of the Old Testament II

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       4.

ARE 350: Theology of the New Testament II

 

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       5.

ARE 351: Old Testament Hermeneutics

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       6.

ARE 352: New Testament Hermeneutics

 

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       7.

ARE 353: The Book of Psalms

 

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       8.

ARE 354: Prophetic Literature

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        9.

ARE 355: New Testament Letters II

 

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       10.

ARE 356: African Biblical Hermeneutics

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       11.

ARE 368: 1&2 Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah

 

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     12.

ARE 369: Theology of Deutronomistic History

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LEVEL 400

   

     1.

ARE 404: Techniques in the Study of Religion

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     2.

ARE 405: Research Project

 

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     3.

ARE 430: Contemporary Theories of Biblical Interpretation

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     4.

ARE 431: Contemporary Methods of Reading the Bible.

 

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     5.

ARE 434: Theory and Practice of Translation of the Bible.

 

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     6.

ARE 435: Poetic and Wisdom Literature

 

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     7.

ARE 436: Feminist/Womanist Reading of the Bible

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     8.

ARE 437: Biblical Theology and Ecumenism

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     9.

ARE 438: Ecological Theologies

 

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     10.

ARE 439:   Luke – Acts

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     11.

ARE 440: The Letter to the Hebrews

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     12.

ARE 441: The Book of Revelation

 

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