UNISA Short Course in Enterpreting the Gospel of Mark in Context



UNISA Short Course in Enterpreting the Gospel of Mark in Context

University of South Africa Short Course in Enterpreting the Gospel of Mark in Context



Short Course in Enterpreting the Gospel of Mark in Context (76909)

 

Purpose

To enhance the quality of ministry of lay preachers by helping them attain a deeper knowledge and better understanding on how to approach and interpret the New Testament Gospels, thereby enhancing their ability to communicate (preach and teach) their message in an African context.
 
 



Target group

Lay ministers and preachers of various Christian denominations; Sunday school teachers and other persons involved in teaching or pastoral care in faith communities; Anybody interested in understanding the New Testament better.
 

Admission requirements

National Senior Certificate and recognition of prior learning
 



Duration

One year
 

Language medium

English
 

Registration periods

December 2016-February 2017
 
 



Tuition method

Unisa Open distance learning
 

Kind of assessment

Formative and summative assessment will comply with UNISA’s assessment rules and policies
Formative assessment:
Two assignments
Summative assessment:
A portfolio submission
 

Interpreting the Gospel of Mark in Context (SCGOSA1)
Syllabus/Content Topics
  • Studying the Gospels
  • The historical context of Jesus and the Gospels
  • The social and cultural context of Jesus and the Gospels
  • The Gospel of Mark

 

Course leader

Rev Maponya M S MA (Missiology)
Christian Spirituality, Church History & Missiology
Office 6-120, Theo Van wijk Building, Unisa
Tel:012 429 3168
Email:maponsm@unisa.ac.za
 
 

Programme administrator(s)


Mr Fulufhelo Solvin Ndou
Administrative Officer and Personal Assistant to the Manager
Tel: 012 429 8647
Email: ndoufs@unisa.ac.za