AdmissionStarts: 29 August, 2016
Duration : 3-4 년
Instructors: 신학 박사
Phone : 213-736-6500
Email : Admissions@ReformedUniversity.org
과정 소개 및 목적
신학박사는 미주개혁대학교에서 제공하는 가장 놓은 수준의 신학 과정이다. 이 과정의 목적은 일반 대학이나 신학교 그리고 교회 리더쉽을 위한 교육과 연구를 위한 학자를 양산하는 것에 있다. 이 과정은 기독교 사역의 여러 분야에서 학자나 교육 리더가 되고자 하는 사람들을 위하여 최고 수준의 연구를 할 수 있도록 고안되었다. 학생들은 다른 관점과의 의사소통을 통해 자신의 신학적 지위를 정의하고 독립적인 조사, 학술 연구, 비판적 및 학술적 저술에 대한 훈련을 발전시키기 위해 다른 접근법의 타당성을 탐구할 수 있는 학문의 자유를 누릴 것이다.
신학 박사는 신학석사와 교역학 석사 프로그램의 연속 선상에 있으며 전문 신학자로서 신학적인 문제와 자신에게 주어진 상황에서 신학적 문제에 대한 리더쉽을 훈련하는 것을 목표로 삼고 있다.
신학 박사 학위는 선택 과목(27학점), 전공 과목(24학점: 구약, 신약, 조직신학, 실천신학) 그리고 필수 과목(12학점)으로 구성된 과목을 63학점을 이수하여야 한다. 본 과정은 보다 철저하게 신학적으로 구성될 것이다.
전공 분야 필수
신학 박사는 전공 분야에서 최소 24 학점이 필요하다. 학위 과정의 한 부분으로서 한 전공분야를 선택하게 된다;
박사 학위를 위하여 63학점을 이수하여야(3.0평점 이상) 하며 이중에서 선택과목 30학점, 전공 24학점, 세미나, 개별 독서 지도, 종합 시험, 그리고 학생의 전공 분야에 따른 논문 계획서 및 구술 시험이 요구되어 진다. 박사 학위 후보자들은 학위 논물을 쓰고 구술 시험에 참여하여야 한다. 학생들은 종합 시험을 두번까지 응시 할 수 있다. 박사 학위 후보자는 신학적 틀 안에서 실제적인 논문을 제시할 것이 요구되어 진다. 학위 논문 제안서, 관련 서적 목록, 초안과 최종본, 구술 시럼의 절차와 마감일에 대한 세부 정보는 지정된 교수 또는 학장과 상담할 수 있다
1. 논문/구술 시험: Pass or Fail
2. 선택 과목 : 27 학점
학생들은 아래의 과목을 모두 수강해야 한다:
|TD701||문화 이론과 정체성 그리고 신학||3 Units|
|TD702||성경 공부와 가르침 II||3 Units|
|TD703||기독교 사회 윤리의 역사||3 Units|
|TD704||중급 히브리어||3 Units|
|TD705||중급 헬라어||3 Units|
|TD706||여성과 구약성서||3 Units|
|TD707||초기 기독교||3 Units|
|TD709||예배 III||3 Units|
3. 전공 (1) : 구약성서 : 24 학점
학생들은 아래의 6과목을 수강해야 한다 :
|OT701||고급 신학 세미나 I||4 Units|
|OT702||고급 신학 세미나 II||4 Units|
|OT703||성서 주해 II||4 Units|
|OT704||고급 히브리어||4 Units|
|OT705||조직신학 II||4 Units|
|OT706||구약성서 심층 연구 II||4 Units|
|OT707||신약에서 구약의 사용 II||4 Units|
4. 전공 (2) : 신약성서 : 24 학점
학생들은 아래의 6과목을 수강해야 한다 :
|NT701||고급 신학 세미나 I||4 Units|
|NT702||고급 신학 세미나 II||4 Units|
|NT703||고급 헬라어||4 Units|
|NT704||성서 주해 II||4 Units|
|NT705||조직신학 II||4 Units|
|NT706||신약 성서 개관 II||4 Units|
|NT707||신약에서 구약의 사용 II||4 Units|
5. 전공 (3) : 조직신학 : 24 학점
학생들은 아래의 6과목을 수강해야 한다 :
|ST701||고급 신학 세미나 I||4 Units|
|ST702||고급 신학 세미나 II||4 Units|
|ST703||신학적 방법론과 성경학||4 Units|
|ST704||성서 주해 II||4 Units|
|ST705||성서 세미나||4 Units|
|ST706||히브리어 성서 세미나||4 Units|
|ST707||기독론과 속죄||4 Units|
6. 전공 (4) : 실천신학 : 24 학점
학생들은 아래의 6과목을 수강해야 한다 :
|PT701||고급 신학 세미나 I||4 Units|
|PT702||고급 신학 세미나 I||4 Units|
|PT703||고급 설교의 이론 및 실재||4 Units|
|PT704||설교의 신학과 사명||4 Units|
|PT705||성서적 설교 II||4 Units|
|PT706||영성 훈련 II||4 Units|
|PT707||성경적 삶||4 Units|
7. 필수 세미나: 12 학점
학생들은 아래의 과목을 모두 수강해야 한다:
|OT800||논문과 구두 시험||6 Units|
|TD801||리서치 세미나 III||3 Units|
|TD802||리서치 세미나 IV||3 Units|
TD701 문화 이론과 정체성 그리고 신학
This course explores theories of what constitutes culture, how those understandings of culture are affected by experiences of living in a variety of contexts, and what this understanding means for doing theology. It stands within the widespread international discourse which is exploring what is recognized as “the cultural turn” in theology. Through its attention to theories of culture and cultural encounter, this subject is foundational to cross-cultural awareness and provides a foundation for the expression of theology within that awareness.
TD702 성경 공부와 가르침 II
This course is based upon the premise that teaching/learning in the church occurs at different levels and through a variety of techniques. This course will explore learning theories, teaching preparation, characteristics of the learner/environment, and will also analyze teaching techniques that will merge learner needs, expectations, and abilities with church curriculum needs.
TD703 기독교 사회 윤리의 역사
A study of the ethical thought of key figures and movements throughout Christian history to enable our own understandings of and commitment to Christian ethics. Through lectures and discussion of primary sources and secondary interpretations, the course will attempt to discern how varied segments of the Christian church have endeavored to formulate ethical norms and apply them to the moral issues of their day. Among those to be studied are: Tertullian, Clement of Alexandria, Augustine, Monasticism, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, the Anabaptists, Edwards, Wesley, the Social Gospel, Barth, Brunner, R. Niebuhr, and Stanley Hauerwas.
TD704 중급 히브리어
The aim of this course is to continue the process of learning the Biblical Hebrew language. As such, the student will progress in his understanding of Hebrew grammar. Our intention is also to help the student acquire a significant Hebrew vocabulary, and to equip the student with some exegetical skills. In addition, the student will begin to read the book of Jonah in Hebrew.
TD705 중급 헬라어
The foundation from Basic Greek consists of essential grammar, accidence, morphology, and vocabulary of New Testament Greek. This course will build upon that foundation by increasing the student’s knowledge and recognition of functional relationships among words, phrases, and clauses (syntax), by strengthening the student’s grasp of previous vocabulary, and by adding new vocabulary. Assignments will include reading, memorization, grammatical diagrams, grammatical analysis, and translation of various NT texts, use of Bible software and web resources for grammatical research and analysis, and preparation for class discussions.
TD706 여성과 구약성서
The Hebrew Bible commands laws and tells stories about women as war leaders, lovers,prophetesses and prostitutes, as well as ordinary daughters, mothers, and goddesses (possiblyincluding God’s wife!). Formed in an ancient Near Eastern society, these laws and stories arestill drawn on today to make religious rules, social roles and art. We will read these texts asworks of art and factors in history: Who wrote them? What did these stories and laws say anddo? What roles do their images carve out and what realities do they reflect and create? Wewill read Biblical texts in translation and draw on cultural anthropology, feminist theory,linguistics and archaeology to provide critical perspectives on ancient patriarchy and the stateas well as modern secular-liberal notions of freedom and self.
TD707 초기 기독교
Students will examine the theological, social, historical, intellectual, cultural, political, and popular influences upon the development of early Christianity through the establishment of the imperial Christian church in the late 4th century.
The students will grow in their understanding of faith and their personal faith formation through: the reading of Scriptures, learning the significance of the Sacraments, and developing a community of faith through participation in group discussions, prayer, planning Liturgies and service outreach.
TD709 예배 III
Chapel presentations address the imperatives of the Christian message related to worship, evangelism, discipleship, fellowship, and ministry. Through the course, students will gain an appreciation for the integration of faith, learning and vocation. Also, students will develop a personal spiritual journey through understand of the Bible and the practice of spiritual disciplines.
OT/NT/ST/PT701-702 고급 신학 세미나 I & II
Explores the place of work within God’s kingdom program for history. The contours and major movements in God’s program to rule the creation provide the context for identifying the biblical understanding of the purpose and nature of work in the present age. These major movements include the pattern of work in the initial created order, patterns of work within the theocratic society of Israel, and finally work redeemed in the truth of Jesus Christ for the present age. Special attention is given to the place of the work in the believer’s spiritual formation and function in the church of Jesus Christ.
OT703/NT/ST704 성서 주해 II
Pivotal methods and interpretative principles involved in discerning the meaning of the biblical text. Topics covered include essential steps in interpreting the Bible, the variety of methods and approaches available to the contemporary student of Scripture, historical and theological issues arising out of the interpretative task, the relationship between the testaments, word studies and literary genre. Students learn to use standard tools of biblical research.
OT704 고급 히브리어
A critical reading and translation of biblical, non-biblical, and postbiblical Hebrew prose and poetic texts. We will concentrate during this semester on prose narrative tales culled from the Deuteronomistic History (Joshua-Kings), with occasional attention given (where relevant) to alternative intrabiblical or even extrabiblical renditions of the assigned readings (e.g., from the Liber antiquitatum biblicarum of Pseudo-Philo), pertinent material in the early versions (primarily Targum, but also Septuagint and Peshitta), Qumran and medieval manuscripts, rabbinic midrash, and the medieval commentaries (Rashi, Ibn Ezra, et al.).
OT/NT705 조직신학 II
This course is a study of Christology, giving particular emphasis to both the Person and Work of Jesus Christ. This course is designed to give students a concise introduction to the nature, history and methodology of systematic theology. It should also provide a helpful stimulus in understanding the relationship between the practice of one’s faith and the belief context into which that practice fits. The course will attempt to survey the material from an exegetical, biblical-theological, historical, and creedal basis, giving particular attention to points of interest and debate in our own time. And, the course will focus the nature of a theological vision, the inspiration and authority of Scripture, the interpretation of those Scriptures and the nature of the God whom we worship.
OT706 구약성서 심층 연구 II
This course is provided an appreciation for and cohesive understanding of the major figures, events, and themes of the Old Testament and its foundational relationship to the New Testament. The objective follows directly from the first priority in the GCTS Mission Statement: “to become knowledgeable of God’s inerrant Word.”
OT/NT707 신약에서 구약의 사용 II
A study of how historical, exegetical, and theological themes of the Old Testament are developed in the New Testament. Special attention will also be given to how the hermeneutics of the New Testament writers should impact Christian interpretation of Scripture.
NT703 고급 헬라어
This course deals with selected New Testament writings with special study in Greek grammar. Class will consist of lectures, various activities, and class discussion. Since a large amount and a wide range of material will be covered during each class meeting, regular attendance is necessary to do well in the class. Roll will be taken, and a student who is consistently absent or ill-prepared should expect a lower grade.
NT706 신학 성서 개관 II
The purpose of the course is to introduce the student to the background and literature of the New Testament. After a background study of the historical and cultural factors of the inter biblical period and of pertinent political and geographical factors, the remainder of the course is devoted to a book-by-book study, including introductory matters for each book and a content summary. This course is a prerequisite to all New Testament Interpretation courses.
ST703 신학적 방법론과 성경학
A study of prolegomena as the nature, method, and sources of theology; revelation, especially the inspiration, authority, sufficiency, inerrancy and canonicity of the Bible; and theological hermeneutics, including an introduction to dispensationalism. This course is prerequisite to all other Systematic Theology courses.
ST705 성서 세미나
This seminar focuses on the primary themes and fundamental issues shared by both Testaments. Students present papers for formal critique and discussion on relevant topics within the discipline of Biblical Theology.
ST706 히브리어 성서 세미나
This course aims to enrich students’ understanding of and appreciation for the contribution of the Hebrew Bible to systematic theology. Questions central to theological discussion are used to structure an investigation of the diverse responses to them found in the Hebrew Bible. Historically, biblical theology has been a part of the tradition of Christian interpretation, so its discussions and interests predominate in this course
ST707 기독론과 속죄
Scripture’s teaching on Christ’s atoning sacrifice will be examined in light of various theories of the atonement, both ancient and contemporary. Special concern will be shown to understand current models of the atonement, along with historical, philosophical, theological, and biblical interaction regarding their viability. Four hours.
PT703 고급 설교의 이론 및 실제
This course is designed to enable advanced preaching students to build upon the foundation of constructing and practicing expository sermons learned in the foundation courses of homiletics and biblical studies. Students will be actively involved in the exegesis, the homiletical considerations, and the preaching of sermons.
PT704 설교의 신학과 사명
The work of the Christian ministry has many emotional hazards. This seminar will examine these hazards as they pertain to the mental and spiritual health of the ministry leader, attempting to assist the leader in identifying the areas of potential personal weakness and provide resources for dealing with the problems that arise in ministry. Attention will be given to aspects of the minister’s personal and family life, problems of anger, depression, assertiveness, relationships, etc. There will be two components to the seminar: a didactic session on the mental health of the minister which will cover three-quarters of the course material, and a component focusing on group support and discussion that will cover the other one-quarter.
PT705 성서적 설교 II
This course is an introduction to the principles of preparing relevant biblical sermons. Lectures and exercises cover a stage-by-stage explanation of how preachers think as they prepare to preach. The aim of the course is to help students understand what is required to preach effectively and to practice what they understand. Recitation sessions provide opportunity for students to preach and have their efforts recorded on video for playback and critique by the professor.
PT706 영성 훈련 II
This course is designed to introduce to a history of Christian Spirituality from the beginning of Christianity to reformation. It is intended to explore spiritual trends and various mystics in Christian history. Also this course provides students with an opportunity to examine spiritual movements of each ages in the perspective of reformation
PT707 성경적 삶
This course will examine how one lives as a Christian in today’s world from a Christian perspective based upon Scripture, Tradition and Magisterial teaching. This course seeks to enable students to become a more effective pastoral staff through exposing them to Biblical norms and other proven models of ministry; by encouraging students to reflect on their previous experiences of caring for others; and by developing personal criteria and goals which will inform and promote their pastoral ministry in the future. Students will have opportunities to grow in self-knowledge through introspection, reflection, writing and inquiry and in self-awareness as to why people make the moral choices they make. Topics include theories of moral and social development, natural law, sin, virtues, vices, the Beatitudes and Commandments.
OT800 논문과 구두 시험
This is a required seminar designed to assist the participant through the project design phase of their Doctor’s Program. Completing an approved proposal is one of the final steps that moves a participant to Candidacy status and allows the participant to proceed with the implementation and completion of their project. A review of the various research paradigms will assist the participant to design their doctoral project whether they use qualitative research (ethnographic), action-reflection or quantitative research. It is anticipated that participants will complete a penultimate draft of the project proposal during the seminar.
TD801-802 리서치 세미나 III-IV
Designed to give students a working knowledge of the materials and methods used in theological research. Emphasizes philosophical analysis, theological bibliography, critical methods of reading and studying, research methodology, and thesis writing.