The Logos Institute has created a one-year postgraduate Masters programme in Analytic and Exegetical Theology (M.Litt.), which is the first of its kind.
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It is taught by N.T. Wright, Oliver Crisp, Alan Torrance, C. Stephen Evans, Thomas McCall, Michael Rea, Peter van Inwagen, and Andrew Torrance. With this top-flight community of scholars, the programme brings together the worlds of biblical studies, theology, and philosophy, into a constructive conversation that is not only exciting and intellectually rigorous, but is also breaking new ground.
The programme is made up of three modules: (1)” Analytic Theology: God, History and Revelation”; (2) “Reconciliation: Divine and Human”; and (3) “Persons: Divine and Human”. The students are also given to opportunity to engage in some of their own research, in the form of written dissertation.
This unique programme is ideal for students who are thinking about pursuing a PhD in theology.
Further information about this course and how to apply can be found here.
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