The Master of Divinity is a professional degree program that prepares students for pastoral ministry. We seek to shape whole persons to communicate the gospel and demonstrate its implications in everyday life. Pastors and church leaders must be biblically saturated, theologically discerning, and contextually sensitive Christians; to that end, the curriculum focuses on three major areas: biblical, theological, and practical ministry studies.See Program Outline
The Masters of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies) is an academic degree program designed for persons who intend to pursue further graduate studies in Biblical exegesis and theology or who desire to broaden and deepen their knowledge in these areas. The MABTS is a 60 credit hour program.See Residential and Knox Online Program Outline
The Master of Arts (Christian and Classical Studies) is a 48 credit hour academic degree program designed for persons intending to pursue a role as educator in Christian schools, to pursue further graduate theological studies, or to become conversant on the dialogue between the Bible and the Great Tradition of literature. The coursework provides a solid foundation in the areas of Biblical study and selected great texts of the classical Western tradition.
This program aims to equip you with:
Historical Perspective: drawing on the wisdom of the ages to address the needs of the present.
Philosophical Habit of Mind: distinguishing superficial from effective solutions to the problems we face.
Moral Imagination: not just to see the present, fallen condition of our world but also to see what it can become through the redemptive power of Christ.
Rhetorical Skill: to encourage the faithful to live courageous and sacrificial lives for the Kingdom of God.See Residential and Knox Online Program Outline
The Doctor of Ministry is a professional program for pastors, missionaries, and others actively engaged in ministry-related fields. Courses are normally offered in intensive one-week sessions throughout the year and up to three courses can be taken online. Students receive pre-course assignments that include assigned readings and/or written papers. At the end of the sessions, students receive post-course assignments that may include a written project requiring the students to apply course material.Program Requirements Doctor of Ministry Course Schedule The Gospel in Church and Culture Track Biblical Preaching and Teaching Track Theological Exegesis Track Theology and Worship of the English Reformation Track
The Certificate in Christian Ministry at Knox Theological Seminary is a program specifically designed for individuals who are interested in pursuing theological training without the commitment to a master’s program. The program is well suited for lay leaders in the church, missionaries who require a year of formal theological training, or individuals desiring to both broaden and deepen their understanding in the Christian faith. The 24-hour program is designed with flexibility in mind. Certificate students may take courses as desired in any department of the school.See Program Outline
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