Do you know that you can study the Bible and Theology at Morling College through many flexible study modes like Evenings Classes if you can't fit in full-time study? Evening Classes are a great way to get to know God and His Word more deeply, and be better equipped for the ministry God has called you to.
5 reasons to join an Evening Class
- Flexible mode of study that allows you to pursue your studies while working full-time.
- Provision to accumulate credit toward an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or diploma.
- Strong support from qualified educators and access to the latest research and resources.
- State-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities (located at our new Macquarie Park campus).
- Opens a pathway to further study that can lead toward accreditation as a Baptist pastor or being equipped for other ministries.
Evening Classes in Semester 1 2020
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
6.45pm to 9pm
Morling College: 5 Saunders Close, Macquarie Park
Getting to Morling
Semester 1 runs for 13 weeks, starting on the week of 18–20 February and ending on the week of 26–28 May, with a mid-semester break from 11–26 April.
Courses that Transform
- Old Testament Foundations by Marc Rader (Tuesday)
- Deepen your grasp of the Old Testament and its significance for your life as a Christian.
- Christian Social Ethics by Ian Packer (Tuesday)
- Broaden your understanding of the implications of Christian faith for the shaping of a just society and equip yourself for a more informed ministry of advocacy.
- Christian Apologetics by Ross Clifford (This unit is held on Tuesday, 7pm at Morling South: 23 Cahors Rd, Padstow 2211 NSW.)
- Strengthen your witness as you equip yourself to grapple with the big questions about God and the Christian faith.
- Christianity in History to 1550 by Nicole Starling and Edwina Murphy (Wednesday)
- Be encouraged by God's faithfulness in the history of the Church and learn wisdom from the achievements and mistakes of our forebears.
- Foundational Christian Beliefs by Matt Andrew (Thursday)
- Dig into the foundational beliefs that we hold in common as Christians.
- Pentateuch (English/Hebrew) by Anthony Petterson (Thursday)
- Enrich your understanding of the history of salvation by studying the first five books of the bible, with a special focus on Genesis and Deuteronomy. (This is an advanced-level class. If you wish to enrol in it for academic credit you will need Old Testament Foundations as a pre- or co-requisite.)
Free Trial Class
You're welcome to trial a class on the first week of Semester 1 - 18 to 20 February 202O. Places are limited. Apply for a trial class early using the form on this page.