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NT018 / NT019 - Pauline Theology & Romans (English / Greek)

This unit provides an overview of the theology of Paul’s letters as a prelude to the study of one of the most profound writings of the New Testament: his epistle to the Romans. Students will engage with both old and new perspectives on Paul’s thought, the debate over the purpose of the letter, and grapple with the difficult exegetical questions that frequently arise in the study of Romans. The focus is on the first eight chapters, which have much to say about our understanding of God, sin, justification, the role of the Holy Spirit, and the hope of resurrection.

NT018 (English)

Pre/Co-requisite Units: 

NT002 or NT003
NT018-712 co-requisite: 96cps of study, including 36 cps at AQF level 6

Unit Exclusions: 

Prior to 2020, this unit content was delivered under the unit code NT425/NT625.
Unit Exclusions: NT026, NT051

NT019 (Greek)

Pre-requisite Units: 

LA006

Co-requisite Units: 

NT002 or NT003
NT019-712 co-requisite: 96cps of study, including 36 cps at AQF level 6

Unit Exclusions: 

Prior to 2020, this unit content was delivered under the unit code NT435/NT635.
Unit Exclusions: NT027, NT051

Full Course Unit Descriptor:

For the full Course Unit Descriptor, please see the Australian College of Theology website 

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