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The Synoptic Gospels (Greek)
SEMESTER 2 2021
Tuesday Daytime Unit
Luke was a doctor, a theologian, a careful historian and a follower of Jesus – the evangelist who recorded Jesus’ momentous words to Zacchaeus, “Today salvation has come to this house.” This unit studies the Gospel of Luke in its context as one of the three Synoptic Gospels, considering the question of what kind of writing the Gospels actually are.
We begin by considering how the Synoptic Gospels fit together. We will look at Luke as a whole, but will also in a more detailed way work through translating and understanding the Greek text of Luke’s climactic chapters: 19-24. And as we do that, we will be considering the big theological emphases of Luke’s Gospel and how they apply to and inform Christian belief, life and ministry: topics like Jesus’ role as Saviour, humanity and wealth, the Holy Spirit’s work, prayer, the Law and the temple, the future, and people on the margins of society.
Lecturer: Rev Dr Alan Mugridge
Prerequisite: LA006 Corequisites: NT001 or NT003
AQF level: 6/7/8
Lecture Mode: hybrid*
Times: Tuesdays 2.10pm-3.00pm + 3.05pm-3.55pm + 4.00pm-4.50pm
Dates: 13, 20, 27 July; 3, 17, 24, 31 August; 7 September; 5, 12, 26 October; 2 November 2021 (Exam period = 11-22 November)
Location: Croydon Campus, 43 Badminton Road, Croydon 2132
Credit Points and Costs:
ANT009 = 36hrs - Audit (no assessments) - $390 on-campus*/$351 off-campus*
NT009-612 = 12cp (1 unit) - BTh - $2520
NT009-712 = 12cp (1 unit) - BTh - $2520
NT009-812 = 12cp (1 unit) - MDiv - $2520
Note: This unit is also available as NT008-612/712/812 The Synoptic Gospels (English)
*2021 LECTURE MODES:
On-Campus: units in this mode are delivered face-to-face in the classroom only, with a limit on numbers (for Covid safety).
Off-campus: units in this mode are delivered live online only, that is, a mix of online lectures, videos, activities and interaction with lecturers and fellow students.
Hybrid: units in this mode are delivered both on-campus (limited face-to-face numbers) and off-campus (live online) concurrently.