St. Andrew’s Theological College

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Systematic Theology II
Systematic Theology II is the careful analysis of the philosophical implications and the doctrinal content of faith as expressed in the doctrines, and theological writings of the Christian tradition. Confessional diversity is acknowledged and explored and constructive dialogue and mutual understanding are intended to foster appreciation of the faith of others as well as one’s own.


Systematic Theology I
This introductory course is intended for persons without any background knowledge in Christian Theology. It hopes to emphasize the importance of biblical, historical, philosophical and moral insights for understanding theology.


Specialized Ministry
Specialized Ministry This course will examine the call to ministry, ministry as vocation and explore issues that are important in carrying out the “call” effectively and efficiently through and within the various “Orders” and “Ministries” of the Church. This course places emphasis on the practice and performance of ministry.  It assists students in developing a range of skills and in acquiring increased competence in their use.


Reformed Theology
This course is especially designed for those preparing for ministry. This course will provide the student with a comprehensive view of the evolution of Reformed Theology. The course will entail some history, theology, doctrine, and pastoral issues. The class will involve both teaching, discussion and student presentations. Students will apply what is learned to their Church.


Reformed Spirituality
This course provides an introduction to the spiritual life of the individual and spirituality of the church as experienced in the Reformed Tradition. It examines the Biblical foundations, history, and theology of Reformed Spirituality.  The course will expose students to a variety of personal and communal spiritual experiences.


Reformed Sacraments
This course is designed to prepare students who are preparing for the Ordained Ministry. Students will explore the theology and administration of the sacraments from a Reformed perspective within the context of the worship experience.


Church Leadership and Management
The Church Leadership and Management course equips students for ministry in a world where the only constant is change. The capacity and knowledge base of students in leadership, management and administration will be created and enhanced and they will gain tools to continue unlocking the multiverse of wisdom throughout the course of their lives and ministries.


Philosophy of Religion
The course will seek to philosophically examine key religious concepts through the lens of the religious traditions themselves. It will also seek to engage, philosophically, religious ideas in general as well as the philosophical questions raised by modernity. Of fundamental concern is the relating of this to our local (Trinidad and Tobago) and regional (Caribbean and Hemispheric) context/space.


Pastoral Counselling II
This course is a continuation of Pastoral Counselling I, which gave the theoretical bases for biblically based counselling. In addition to basic reviews of the theories this course takes a very practical line, as it is primarily a simulated practicum. With counselling and leadership needs of church and community rising, this course is designed to assist prospective clergy and lay individuals who find themselves called upon to provide pastoral guidance and counselling to individuals and families.


Pastoral Counselling I
The course entails some of the basic theories and practice of counselling. The course covers counselling situations that arise wherever people meet and interact, including the offering of pastoral care where necessary.


Old Testament Prophets
This course is a survey of the prophets and prophetic books of the Old Testament. Students will be introduced to the meaning and mission of a prophet, and to the prophetic books consisting of the Former Prophets and the Latter Prophets. Emphasis is placed on context, theological content and scope as well as historical considerations of the development and function of prophecy.


Old Testament Studies
The Old Testament as an ancient work of literature is subject to academic study like any other texts of the ancient world. The Theology of the Old Testament is concealed with an understanding of God and His self-revelation, as found in the 39 books from the Old Testament. This study necessitates the uncovering of the meaning of texts as to their original contexts and the major doctrines the texts helps to shape for the Faith of Israel.



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St. Andrew’s Theological College (SATC) seeks to provide sound theological education with a view of

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