Events

Saturday, 3 Feb 2018
AL1/8100P Introduction to New Testament Greek A (Compulsory two day intensive for weekly unit (1/2)

This compulsory two-day intensive is only for those who intend to enrol in AL1/8100P Introduction to New Testament Greek A.  The unit itself will run weekly throughout semester 1 and will introduce students to the original language of the New Testament. It provides sufficient knowledge of the vocabulary, grammar and syntax to enable students to begin to translate and interpret the New Testament from the Greek text. Some attention will also be given to other writings in Greek that were important for early Christians, such as the Septuagint or non-NT Christian texts from the first and second centuries.

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When
Saturday, 3 Feb 2018
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Cres, Parkville 3052
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Saturday, 10 Feb 2018
AL1/8100P Introduction to New Testament Greek A (Compulsory two day intensive for weekly unit (2/2)

This compulsory two-day intensive is only for those who intend to enrol in AL1/8100P Introduction to New Testament Greek A.  The unit itself will run weekly throughout semester 1 and will introduce students to the original language of the New Testament. It provides sufficient knowledge of the vocabulary, grammar and syntax to enable students to begin to translate and interpret the New Testament from the Greek text. Some attention will also be given to other writings in Greek that were important for early Christians, such as the Septuagint or non-NT Christian texts from the first and second centuries.

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When
Saturday, 10 Feb 2018
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Cres, Parkville 3052
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Wednesday, 14 Feb 2018
DA1/8000P Children and Families Ministry: Core issues in diverse contexts (1/2)

This unit examines the theological, developmental and methodological resources for contextual children and families ministries across the spectrum of Australian church based, community based and para-church expressions. Addressing the theology, spirituality and sociology of the child in relation to family, church, faith, culture, technology, history and philosophical discourse, the unit develops critical skills for evaluating and designing robust, contextual processes for discipleship, pastoral care, safe practice, mission and leadership with children and their families.

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When
Wednesday, 14 Feb 2018 – Friday, 16 Feb 2018
Where
Stirling Theological College
44-60 Jacksons Rd, Mulgrave VIC 3170
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Monday, 19 Feb 2018
DA1/8000P Children and Families Ministry: Core issues in diverse contexts (2/2)

This unit examines the theological, developmental and methodological resources for contextual children and families ministries across the spectrum of Australian church based, community based and para-church expressions. Addressing the theology, spirituality and sociology of the child in relation to family, church, faith, culture, technology, history and philosophical discourse, the unit develops critical skills for evaluating and designing robust, contextual processes for discipleship, pastoral care, safe practice, mission and leadership with children and their families.

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When
Monday, 19 Feb 2018 – Wednesday, 21 Feb 2018
Where
Stirling Theological College
44-60 Jacksons Rd, Mulgrave VIC 3170
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Friday, 23 Feb 2018
DP1/8000P Self and Other in Pastoral Relationships (1/4)

In this unit the student will have the opportunity to explore the notion of ‘self’ as part of their identity in pastoral and other relationships. The development of notions of self will be examined theologically and theoretically, the impact on self-identity will be explored from social, familial, and cultural contexts, and a variety of human emotions will be considered as they impact on relationships with others. The implications of understandings of self and emotion will be explored and examined to deepen understanding and practice of healthy pastoral relationships.

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When
Friday, 23 Feb 2018
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Cres, Parkville 3052
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Friday, 23 Mar 2018
DP1/8000P Self and Other in Pastoral Relationships (2/4)

In this unit the student will have the opportunity to explore the notion of ‘self’ as part of their identity in pastoral and other relationships. The development of notions of self will be examined theologically and theoretically, the impact on self-identity will be explored from social, familial, and cultural contexts, and a variety of human emotions will be considered as they impact on relationships with others. The implications of understandings of self and emotion will be explored and examined to deepen understanding and practice of healthy pastoral relationships.

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When
Friday, 23 Mar 2018
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Cres, Parkville 3052
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Friday, 20 Apr 2018
DP1/8000P Self and Other in Pastoral Relationships (3/4)

In this unit the student will have the opportunity to explore the notion of ‘self’ as part of their identity in pastoral and other relationships. The development of notions of self will be examined theologically and theoretically, the impact on self-identity will be explored from social, familial, and cultural contexts, and a variety of human emotions will be considered as they impact on relationships with others. The implications of understandings of self and emotion will be explored and examined to deepen understanding and practice of healthy pastoral relationships.

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When
Friday, 20 Apr 2018
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Cres, Parkville 3052
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au
Friday, 4 May 2018
DP1/8000P Self and Other in Pastoral Relationships (4/4)

In this unit the student will have the opportunity to explore the notion of ‘self’ as part of their identity in pastoral and other relationships. The development of notions of self will be examined theologically and theoretically, the impact on self-identity will be explored from social, familial, and cultural contexts, and a variety of human emotions will be considered as they impact on relationships with others. The implications of understandings of self and emotion will be explored and examined to deepen understanding and practice of healthy pastoral relationships.

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When
Friday, 4 May 2018
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Cres, Parkville 3052
Contact
03 9340 8892; study@pilgrim.edu.au