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Welcome to the Lahore College of Theology Online Training Platform
بواسطة Wednesday, 25 January 2017, 7:08 PM - Admin User
 

We are honoured to unveil for your use, the online training platform for all students.

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In this course we will survey the books of Genesis through Deuteronomy. We will try to find out why they were written, what their meaning to their original audience was, and how we should respond to them today. The students will be introduced with the literature, history, and messages of the Pentateuch. This course provides the beginning of Israel and its relationship with God.


This course is designed to acquaint the beginning student of Scripture with textual and transmission issues. Introduce the issues of biblical authority, inspiration, and interpretation. Introduce religious studies, and to give the students an overview of basic biblical content in both the Old and New Testaments.


The purpose of this course is to introduce the LCT students about the collection of documents called “The New Testament” with a focus to study each of the distinct book, the purpose of its writing, themes, the message about Jesus Christ, and challenges it sets for His followers; beginning from a brief introduction about Hellenism. The course will help the students to recognize the different social contexts in the light of historic events and how they impact the themes that base the events occurred in the pages of Holy Bible. The course strives to help students develop the skills to relate the truths of Bible and translate them according to their culture/need. A special emphasis of this course is to urge the students to turn to the New Testament and read it cover to cover. Evaluation will be carried out during the classes by means of assignments, quizzes to recapitulate and revise, and the exam will be held at the end of the course.

The purpose of this course is to introduce the LCT students about the life and ministry of Apostle Paul. The course is designed in a way to understand the life and achievements of Paul in a historic perspective, and then understand his New Testament writings with the basic knowledge of each church or individual Paul addressed. In this course, we shall start with the basic lectures on Geography of the South Europe, North Africa, Near Asia, Israel and Mediterranean Sea. We shall briefly have an overview of Paul’s mission trips in the book of Acts to understand the world of the time. In the final part of the course, we shall have an overview of the Churches Paul wrote letters to. The course shall enable a student to have a brief overview of the life and ministry of Paul as penned in the book of Acts. The course will help the students to recognize the different social contexts in the light of historic events and how they impact the themes that base the events occurred in the pages of Holy Bible. The course strives to help students develop the skills to relate the truths of Bible and translate them according to their culture/need. A special emphasis of this course is to urge the students to turn to the New Testament and read it cover to cover. Evaluation will be carried out during the classes by means of assignments, quizzes to recapitulate and revise, and the exam will be held at the end of the course.

This course aims to explore the poetic features of books of poetry in the Old Testament, namely: Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Songs of Solomon. By the end of this module students will know how to interpret Hebrew poetry as most of the God’s Revelation is written in Poetic form. Moreover, students will be briefly introduced the three books known as wisdom literature that are also written in poetic form.


The purpose of this course is to introduce the LCT students about the passion of Jesus Christ, starting from the Garden of Gethsemane followed by the six trails of Jesus Christ. The course will enable the students to understand the passion of Christ in the historic perspective as presented in the gospel accounts. The course strives to help students develop the skills to relate the truths, and message of cross and passion and translate them according to their culture/need. A special emphasis of this course is to urge the students to turn to the New Testament and read it cover to cover. Evaluation will be carried out during the classes by means of assignments, quizzes to recapitulate and revise, and the exam will be held at the end of the course.

This course is designed to explore and experience the richness of relationship between believer and God through Jesus Christ. By the end of this module students will understand, what is union with Christ? What does it mean to be born again (Doctrine of Regeneration) and What does it mean to be united to Christ, and what are a few of the most significant implications of it? Moreover, the in-depth study of the phrases such as “In Christ”, “Christ in us”, “Like Christ” and “with Christ” used throughout the New Testament. Although it will be taught in the Academical manner but the purpose is to meditate and reflect on this truth that we are in Christ and Christ in us; and deepen the fellowship with our Savior and Lord.