This course examines the book of Acts and its presentation of the faith, mission and practices of the early Church. There is an analysis of authorship, historical background, literary structure, contents, and theology.

This course examines the history and problems of interpretation of the biblical text; examining the nature, principles, tools and problems in interpretation of biblical literature. It deals with issues about the source of meaning, whether in the author, the text or the reader. It gives the students experience in working on various genres – such as narrative and poetry, and in exposition of the Bible text. In each exercise, the student is required to relate the message of the text as it might have been understood by the original readers to a modern context (in Africa and elsewhere in the world).

The purpose of this course is to give introduction to the interpretation of the Bible, seeking to provide a historical perspective and reliable principles with which to study, interpret, and apply Scripture.

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a general overview of the Old Testament books of the Bible. They are basically categorized as Mosaic books, OT Historical, Poetic and Wisdom Literature, Major Prophets and Minor Prophets. Special emphasis is put on themes of each book of the OT books and how they relate to the New Testament and God's promise of redemption to humankind. The teachings and the insights gained in the Old Testament should find their relevance and application into the issues affecting people and society today.

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the basic elements of Biblical Hebrew, starting with the alphabet and vocabulary, and covering verbal and non-verbal parts of speech.

This course is an exegetical study of the Epistle to the Hebrews to gain general mastery of the Epistle’s content, developing argument, and theological synthesis.