Programs Offered

Master of Divinity (MDiv)

Accredited by Asia Theological Association (ATA) and South African Theological Seminary (SATS)

Program Details

Pre-theology course: 1 Year (*Additional classes at the discretion of the Admissions Committee)
Program duration: 3 Years
Academic session starts in June.

Our Courses

Biblical Studies

1. Old Testament Studies
• Basic Hebrew
• Advanced Hebrew
• OT Introduction
• OT Theology
• Pentateuch
• Major Prophets
• Minor Prophets
• Bible Geography and Archaeology
• Wisdom Literature
2. New Testament Studies
• Basic Greek
• Advanced Greek
• Greek Exegesis
• NT Introduction
• NT Theology
• Gospels
• Book of Acts
• Pauline Epistles
• Biblical Criticism and Textual Criticism

Theological Studies and Ethics

• Systematic Theology I
• Systematic Theology II
• Systematic Theology III
• Indian Christian Theology
• Contextual Theology
• Introduction to Apologetics
• Christian Ethics and Values

Practical Ministry Skills

• Communication Skills
• Field Ministry
• Basic Computer Skills

Music

• Christian Worship
• Instrumental Music

Mission Studies

• Biblical Foundation of Mission
• Biblical Theology of Mission
• Cross Cultural Mission
• Contemporary Missiological Issues

Church History

• World Church History
• Indian Church History
• History of Ecumenical Movement

Religion and Science

• World Religions
• Cults
• Science and Spirituality

Research and Writing

• English
• Research Methodology
• Thesis Writing
• Field Research Project

Christian Ministry

• Spiritual Formation
• Church Administration and Management
• Biblical Counselling
• Christian Leadership
• Church Planting and Church Growth
• Expository Preaching
• Evangelism and Ministry Skills
• Communication Theory and Practice
• Hermeneutics/ Biblical Interpretation
• Christian Counselling and Education

Master of Theology (Missiology)

Accredited by South African Theological Seminary (SATS)

Program Details

Program duration: 2 Years
Academic session starts in June.

Our Courses

A: Required Subjects (9 Modules X 4 Credits = 36 Credits)

• Biblical Theology of Mission
• Christ and Reconciliation: A Constructive Christology for Pluralistic Context
• Contemporary Issues in Indian Mission
• Culture and Mission
• History of Christian Missions

• Methodological Issues in Mission
• Research Methodology
• The Holy Spirit and Theology of Mission
• Trinity, Creation and Plurality of Religions

B: Dissertation (20 Credits)
• 40,000 ~ 50,000 words.

C: Optional Courses (4 Credits each. Minimum 20 Credits required)

• Conversion and Baptism
• Cross Cultural Communication/ Contextualization
• Dalit Issues and Casteism
• Ecological Crisis, A Missiological Perspective
• Gender Issues in Missions – Historical Perspective
• Local Church and Mission
• Ministry and Mission
• Mission and The Ecumenical Movements

• Mission in The Pluralistic Society – Interfaith Dialogue
• Reading and Reflection
• Religious Fundamentalism and Persecution
• Teaching Pedagogy/ Field Practice – Teaching Project
• Tribal Missions and Mass Movements/ People Groups – Issues and Challenges
• Urban Mission

Master of Theology (Theology)

Accredited by South African Theological Seminary (SATS)

Program Details

Program duration: 2 Years
Academic session starts in June.

Our Courses

A: Required Subjects (10 Modules X 4 Credits = 40 Credits)

• Biblical Theology
• Christology and Soteriology
• Doctrine of God
• Ecclesiology
• Eschatology
• Historical Theology

• Pneumatology
• Research Methodology
• The Holy Spirit and Theology of Mission
• Theological Method

B: Dissertation (20 Credits)
• 40,000 ~ 50,000 words.

C: Optional Courses (4 Credits each. Minimum 16 Credits required)

• Apologetics
• Biblical Theology of Mission
• Christian Philosophy
• Contemporary challenges and Issues
• Cross Cultural Communication/
Contextualization
• Dalit Issues and Casteism
• Leadership
• Mission and The Ecumenical Movements

• Mission in The Pluralistic Society – Interfaith Dialogue
• Reading and Reflection
• Religious Fundamentalism and Persecution
• Science and Theology
• Theological systems
• Theology in Context
• Theology of Religion

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