MELBOURNE CAMPUS OPTIONS
RTC has some great options for study at our Melbourne campus for Semester 2, 2021 starting Tuesday 20th July. If you are about to begin study, why not begin with one or more of these?
Old Testament Prophets and Writings
Providing a great overview of the second half of the OT (Chronicles to Malachi).
Class times: Tuesdays, 10.00am to 1.00pm (TBC)
Christianity in History to 1550
This is a great entry level unit that introduces the phases and developments in the history of Christianity and surveys the life and thought of its key figures from Pentecost through to the Reformation era.
Class times: Thursdays, 1:40pm to 4:40pm
Pauline Theology and Romans (English and Greek)
Dr Martin Williams will guide this exploration of the themes and ideas behind Paul’s theology and examine the book of Romans and its relationship to his other Epistles.
Class times: Tuesdays, 10am to 1pm (TBC); 2:40pm to 3:30pm for Greek students (TBC)
The Psalter (English and Hebrew)
Dr Stephen Lewis will teach this unit that is designed to equip students to understand the themes and theological teaching of the Psalms for personal understanding and in ministry.
Class times: Wednesdays, 9am to 12pm (TBC); 12:40pm to 1:30pm for Hebrew students (TBC)
New Testament Greek B
Students who have been introduced to the basics of NT Greek have the opportunity to join Dr Martin Williams on Thursdays for a deeper exploration of the original language of the NT.
Class times: Thursdays, 9am to 1:30pm (TBC).
Expository Preaching: An Introduction (Intensive)
A great subject for pastors, leaders and church members who want to understand the biblical basis for preaching, the basic principles of effective communication, and to be equipped with a sound method for sermon preparation. Dr Murray Capill will teach this unit as an intensive, from 23-27 August, with some online teaching in advance.
Church, Sacraments and Ministry (Intensive)
This team-taught intensive (23-27 Aug.), featuring presentations from Dr Andrew Stewart and Dr Karl Deenick (TBC), will focus on the theology of the church, and its ministry and relation to the kingdom of God. A great unit for anyone wanting to think more deeply about the doctrine, life and ministry of the church.
If you are not wanting a degree or diploma, you could consider being an “audit” student (with no assessment or academic credit) for just $300/unit.