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The Bachelor of Theology is a three-year undergraduate study designed for those who intend to be fully equipped as pastor, missionaries and church workers. This program focuses on biblical and theological content.
The objective of this program is that the student will:
Gain a good working knowledge of biblical and theological content
Develop a deepening conviction to the teaching of God's Word and 5mg cialis online the leading of the Holy Spirit
Commit to developing spiritual maturity in oneself and others
Develop skills of exegesis, interpretation and application of Scriptures to practical life situations
Develop communication skills to present biblical truth with clarity and conviction
Develop professional competencies for local church ministries and pastoral vocation
Develop capacity to reflect theologically on contemporary issues in local and global contexts.
Candidates must have a HSC or STPM or its equivalent. A student with a MCE or SPM or its equivalent can apply to upgrade from the Diploma in Theology program to the Bachelor program after completing two years of studies provided that he/she maintains a minimum GPA of 2.5. The Admissions Committee must approve any exception to this GPA minimum.
Asia Theological Association
Old Testament Introduction
New Testament Introduction
Principles of Biblical Interpretation (Hermeneutics)