“Practical Theology” covers a variety of subject
areas of study that pertain to practical ministry skills, such as
Preaching, Christian Counselling, and other areas of related
parish work. This package is divided into two parts, Practical
Theology I and II.
Instructions for Study: It is mandatory
to follow the course plan as outlined below; study the subject
areas and its related texts in the given order.
Practical Theology -
“Pastoral Theology” serves as an introductory course
to Practical Theology, and upon successful completion of the exam
included in the course file listed below, you will be awarded 4
semester hour credits.
The next two courses below deal with Christian
Counselling and Preaching (Homiletics). When you feel ready for
the exam, take the exam “Exam - Practical Theology 1” listed below
and submit your written work to our Institute for grading. For the
successful completion of the exam, you will be awarded 8 semester
Preaching and Its Developments.pdf
Practical Theology Part 1
Practical Theology - Part 2
In this course, you will continue your studies in
Homiletics, the Power of Preaching God’s word. Upon successful
completion of the exam, you will be awarded 5 semester hour
credits. When you feel ready for the exam, contact our Institute
and request an exam file.
Without Authority, Craddock.pdf
of Canonical Interpretation, Packer.pdf
Word in the Modern World, Easton.pdf
Weekly sermon preparation,
This course deals with various and essential aspects
of parish work. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will
be awarded 5 semester hour credits. When you feel ready for the
exam, contact our Institute and request an exam file.
Vesteries, & Parishes.pdf
and Spiritual Direction Reader.pdf
Undergrauate Reader in Ecclesiology.pdf