MA in Kingdom Theology


This Part-time Master’s Degree gives students the opportunity to explore the deep riches of Biblical theology, Christian History, church life, and life in the Spirit. The programme has a distinct emphasis on the relevance of theology to all spheres of life, with an optional integrative track focussing on marketplace theology or social transformation. All students will produce a substantial piece of independent research (the dissertation).

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Course Content

Year 1 Modules

TH7928: Reading the Old Testament for the Church - Dr Matt Lynch

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TH79: Reformation and Revivals - TBC

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TH7929: Luke - Acts - Dr Adesola Akala & Dr Jason Myers

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Year 2 Modules

TH7926: Faithfully Performing the Biblical Drama: Christian Ethics for Discipleship & Witness - Dr Andrew Goddard

This module explores and critically assesses concepts and issues in Christian ethics with a biblical and theological focus. It introduces the subject of ethics more broadly before examining the particular task of Christian ethics as an academic discipline enabling Christians to live lives worthy of their calling in faithful discipleship and witness as part of Christian mission.

TH79: Church - TBC

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TH7930: Paul & the Spirit - Dr Ben Blackwell

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TH7917: MA Research Dissertation - various faculty

The dissertation gives students the opportunity to explore their own theological interests, and if they choose, to undertake a sustained study in some aspect of social transformation or marketplace theology. Students select a dissertation topic in conjunction with tutors and will pursue guided, but largely independent, research.

 

 


Course Delivery

In addition to two compulsory residential teaching weeks, Hub based MA students are required to attend 3 MA Teaching Saturdays throughout the year. The dates for the 2018/19 academic year are still to be confirmed.

MA Year 1

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MA Year 2

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Students who are on the Flexi-MA do not attend the MA teaching Saturdays, but receive recorded teaching after each Saturday event.


Entry Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree (at 2:1 or higher) or a Graduate Diploma in theology (average mark 60% or higher) or a related discipline is generally required.

  • Those without a theology degree may be eligible for the Post Graduate Diploma in Kingdom Theology, which equates to the MA without the dissertation element. Students who maintain a 60% or higher average may be eligible to also complete a dissertation for an MA award. Eligibility for the Post Graduate Diploma will be determined on the basis of a humanities degree, evidence of theological engagement and/or training, or relevant work experience.

  • Applications may be taken from EU Nationals (in addition to those students resident in the UK or Sweden) for the Flexi-MA. Please see the Flexi MA for more details.

  • If English is not your first language, please see the English Language requirements on the Admissions page.


Fees

The costs of this course are £3,100 per year which includes a £350 non-refundable deposit to confirm your place after receiving an offer. There is also an additional £650 fee for the dissertation which becomes payable upon submission of a dissertation proposal.